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    Previous Date for UPSC Preliminary Exam Postponed?

    Tarun Uikey

    Yah, its true that Prelims of UPSC exam date is Postponed and scheduled on 10th October and mains is Scheduled in January 2022. An important Update for Civil services aspirants.

    Thilak Kumar

    As Covid cases were increasing regularly during the lockdown period due to which UPSC Prelims exam postponed and it is a positive news for UPSC aspirants in tensed situation, Moreover Candidates get some more time to prepare for Preliminary exam as well as for Mains.

    Durgesh Upadhyay

    One of the best medium to Learn for CIVIL SERVICES Exam is watching videos of DRISHTI IAS,Moreover it’s a channel on Youtube,which Precisely change the mindset of student related to UPSC as well as for other exams.

    Ankur Gupta

    There was a video uploaded on the channel DRISHTI IAS, candidate name Shrusti Jayant Deshmukh student of LNCT college Bhopal,Madhya Pradesh. She cleared UPSC with AIR-5 and became IAS,her journey is really admirable.

    Alok Jha

    An aspirant should study for an average of 6-8 hours to crack the exam. Being an IAS officer is itself a prestigious position. Those who all clear the stages of examination become an officer in IAS, IPS, or IFS, and other services. It is considered to be one of the hardest examinations.

    Rajan Pawar

    Union Public Service Commission, UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on October 10, 2021. However, application window to change exam centre will open from July 12, 2021 and conclude on July 19, 2021. UPSC aspirants can get more information on the official website,

    Rakhi Pandey

    There is still time in UPSC 2022 but preparing for civil services exams is challenging, UPSC is one of the most tough exams that demands for aspirant’s hard work, dedication and time, for better understanding of the exams, have the clear understanding for the pattern and procedure, go through the UPSC syllabus thoroughly, start with the basic and don’t forget the newspaper since current events are important part of exam pattern

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