The Deaf candidates will be given exemptions regarding Age limit and the No. of attempts for UPSC CSAT.
The maximum Age Limit of Deaf Candidates can be up to 42 years for UPSC CSAT.
The number of attempts for UPSC CSAT is based on the category of the candidate:
Once you've cleared your UPSC CSAT Mains, you must undergo a Physical Fitness Test taken by Specially Trained Doctors/
Once the candidate meets all the physical fitness requirements and successfully completes the 6 months training in their allocated cadre and the 1-month academic training, he/she is confirmed as an IPS officer and will take the placement in the allocated cadre.
The preliminaries for UPSC CSAT act as a preparation segment for CSAT Mains and is also a filter for the CSAT Mains.
Those candidates who have cleared the prelims will be provided a shot at CSAT Mains and to a further extent, the chance to be a part of the IAS service in India.
The candidate will not be allowed to write the CSAT exam without the admit card.
The SBI bank challan should be printed on an A4-size paper.
The UPSC CSAT Main notification will be issued on October 7th, 2017.
The Union Public Service Commission is India's central agency authorised to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Engineering Sevices Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination and other exams. The agency's charter is granted by the Constitution of India. Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the constitution, titled as Services Under the Union and the States, provide for a Public Service Commission for the Union and for each state. The examination conducted for Civil Servants has a success rate of 0.1%–0.3%.
The UPSC CSAT exam has two stages which are as follows: -
Official website of UPSC where IAS Mains Result 2017 will be announced is upsc.gov.in
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