In every Indian family, there was a student dream to do civil service. The government of India conducts Union public service commission competitive exams. Twenty-three civil service exams are most popular in the Indian service and these exams are very difficult to clear. Students with courage and passion can crack these exams with their hard work. Here we can see some of the top UPSC competitive exams.
The Civil Service Exam CSE is a competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission UPSC. This exam is for employment in the Government of India’s higher civil services, including the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, and the Indian Police Service.
It is conducted mainly in three stages are, a preliminary exam which consists of two objective-type papers that include the topic General Studies Paper-1 and General Studies Paper-2 and the other one is the main exam that is of nine papers of essay type followed by a personality test or an interview.
Indian Administrative Service IAS is a competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission UPSC. The UPSC IAS exam is among the most prestigious examinations for recruitment to the central civil service of India forming one of the three arms of the All India Services followed by the Indian Police Service and the Indian Forest Service. These members serve both the Government of India and the individual states. This service is a part of the permanent bureaucracy of the nation and its officers may also be deployed to various international organizations and public sectors.
As with other countries whose parliamentary system of government is practiced, the IAS is a permanent member of the nation’s bureaucracy and is inseparably attached to the executive branch of the Government of India. Because of this, the bureaucracy remains politically neutral and ensures continuity in the administration irrespective of political influence. An IAS officer serves as a sub divisional magistrate for a probationary period when confirmed by the Indian Administrative Service.
After completing this probation, you become a district magistrate and collector for several years, and then assume a leadership position within that district. When an officer completes his tenure, he may be promoted to the position of divisional commissioner, which oversees the operations of a division of state administration.
In addition to being promoted to the higher scales of the pay matrix, IAS officers may also become department heads or ministry chiefs. These roles require the IAS officers to represent India’s interests at international levels formally and informally at bilateral and multilateral negotiations. While serving on a deputation, they will have the opportunity to work for intergovernmental organizations, such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Asian Development Bank, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, or the United Nations. In addition to their role in conducting elections in India, IAS officers are also involved in managing the Election Commission of India.
National Defence Academy NDA is a service for the Indian Armed Forces IAF where UPSC training goes in three services that are the Indian Army, the Indian Navy, and the Indian Air Force. This service is the first tri-service academy in the world which is located in Khadakwasla, Pune, Maharashtra.
There are 12 Ashoka Chakra recipients and 3 Param Vir Chakra recipients among the alumni of NDA. To date, NDA has produced 27 chiefs of staff for military services. The current Chiefs of Staff of the Army, Navy, and Air Force are all graduates of the same NDA program.
On 30 November 2019, the 137th course of cadets graduated, consisting of 188 Army cadets, 38 Navy cadets, 37 Air Force cadets, and more than 20 students representing friendly nations. As a result of an order issued by the Supreme Court of India on August 20, 2021, female candidates will now be allowed to participate in the NDA entrance examination on 5 September 2021.
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the Engineering Services Examination (ESE) to recruit officers in the technical services which serve the government of India.
The examination is a three-stage competitive test, involving subjective and objective components. There are five All India Services under the All India Services Act, 1951 – the Indian Engineering Service, the Indian Medical Service, the Indian Forest Service, the Indian Administrative Service, and the Indian Police Service. ESE recruits are mandated to manage and conduct activities across a wide spectrum of technical fields.
Government spending accounts for over 15 percent of India’s gross domestic product in segments such as railways, roads, defense, manufacturing, inspection, supply, construction, public works, and power. The President appoints officials to these services.
UPSC CDS is a competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission to recruit candidates at the Indian Military Academy, Officer Training Academy, Indian Naval Academy, and Indian Air Force Academy. There are generally two announcements per year, in October and June, and the examinations are held in February and November respectively. This test is only available to graduates who are not married. Examinations are held every two years. The Services Selection Board (SSB) interviews candidates before they are admitted to the respective Academies.