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UPSC CSE 2024 Know how to choose nearest exam center for IAS IPS exam – This is how you will get the nearest exam center for UPSC CSE 2024, just keep this in mind, Education News


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UPSC CSE IAS 2024: As per UPSC Exam Calendar 2024, the application form along with notification for Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2024 will be published on February 14, 2024. The last date for submission of online application form has been fixed as March 3, 2024. Interested candidates will be given 18 days to apply for many big posts including IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS. Notification will be issued on the official website of UPSC upsc.gov.in. After which the online application process can be started by visiting upsconline.nic.in. Let us tell you, UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) will be conducted on 26th May.

For the candidates who are appearing in the UPSC CSE 2024 exam this year, it is most important that the exam center is found at a short distance, so that much time is not wasted in travel. Like every time, this time too UPSC will maintain complete transparency in the allotment process of the examination centre. That means no candidate is discriminated against in the matter of examination centre. UPSC always ‘First Apply, First’
The examination center is determined on the basis of ‘allot’. Therefore, candidates are advised, if they want an examination center near their city, then fill the application form as soon as possible after the release of the notification.

Let us tell you that for the UPSC CSE exam, the applicant will have to first register himself on the One Time Registration (OTR) platform available on the Commission’s website, and then fill the online application for the exam. OTR has to be registered only once. This can be done any time throughout the year. If the candidates have already registered, they can directly proceed to fill the online application for the examination.

UPSC Civil Services Examination (UPSC CSE) consists of three stages, Prelims, Mains and Interview. Candidates who are successful in these three stages are selected for posts like IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS on the basis of rank.