The full form of UPSC is Union Public Service Commission. UPSC conducts the recruitment process for the All India Services, Central Services and Cadres as well as the Armed Forces of the Indian Union. UPSC is a national level examination responsible for recruitment to 24 services under the Central and State Government of India. UPSC Exam is one of the toughest exams in India. full form of UPSC
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What is UPSC?
Let us tell you that UPSC is the organization working for the recruitment of qualified employees for Level A and Level B posts of the Central Government in the country, whose full name is Union Public Service Commission. UPSC is one of the country’s most prestigious, popular and independently working organization. full form of UPSC
History of UPSC?
When India was ruled by the British Government, a Royal Civil Service Royal Commission was established in 1923 under the chairmanship of Lord Lee of Fareham. The commission issued a report in front of the British government in 1924, in which it was proposed that 40% British, 40% Indians and 20% of those who are employed in the provincial services of India in the civil service should be promoted and admitted to the civil service. full form of UPSC
The British Government, accepting the proposal of the report, established the UPSC on 1 October 1926, which we know today as the Union Public Service Commission. Presently the headquarters of UPSC is in Delhi. The Head Commission of UPSC is executive. Presently the head of UPSC “Prof. (Dr.) Pradeep Kumar Joshi ji”. UPSC works under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions of the Central Government. full form of UPSC
Administrative Services coming under UPSC
Let us tell you that UPSC selects eligible candidates for 24 civil services across the country through Civil Services Examination, here we are giving you the list of all these 24 civil services of UPSC –
|Indian Administrative Service||Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group A||Indian Defense Accounts Service, Group A|
|Indian Foreign Service||Indian Trade Service, Group A (Grade-3)||Indian Corporate Law Service, Group A|
|Indian Police Service||Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman Diu and Dadar Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group B||Puducherry Administrative Service, Group B|
|Indian Revenue Service Group A||Puducherry Police Service, Group B||Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman Diu and Dadar Nagar Haveli Civil Service (Administrative), Group B|
|Indian Revenue Service (IT) Group A||Indian Defense Estate Service, Group A||The post of Assistant Security Commissioner in Railway Protection Force|
|Indian Postal Service, Group A||Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group A||Indian Railway Personal Service, Group A|
|Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group A||Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group A||Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group A|
|Indian P&T Accounts & Finance Service, Group A||Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group A||Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service, Group B (Section Officers Grade)|
Exams conducted by UPSC
|Civil Service Examination||National Defense Academy Examination||Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination|
|Indian Forest Service Examination||Naval Academy Examination||Combined Geoscientist and Geologist Examination|
|Engineering Services Examination||Combined Medical Services Examination||Central Armed Police Forces(Assistant Commandant) Examination|
|Combined Defence Services Examination||Special Class Railway Apprentice|
The full form of UPSC is “Union Public Service Commission“. Civil service examinations are conducted by UPSC only, on the basis of which candidates are selected for all India examinations like IAS, IPS, IRS and IFS.
Examinations are organized by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) for the first class services of the Central Government. The responsibility of conducting the examination for the Indian Administrative Service has been entrusted to the Union Public Service Commission.
For the Indian Administrative Service in UPSC, the candidate has to cross three stages – preliminary examination, main examination and interview, only the candidate who passes all the three stages is selected for the Indian Administrative Service.
The headquarters of UPSC is located in New Delhi.