UPSC to open window for change of civil services 2021 prelims exam centres

Union Public Service Commission has announced that they will open the window to change the test centre for UPSC IAS prelims exam for the candidates in two phases.

UPSC to open window for change of civil services 2021 prelims exam centres
Richa Kapoor | Jul 9, 2021 - 6:02 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Union Public Service Commission has issued a notice in which it has said that the candidates who will be appearing for the UPSC civil service prelims exam 2021 and the Indian Forest Service, they will get an opportunity to revise the choice of UPSC IAS exam centre from July 12 to Jul 19, 2021 and from July 26th to July 30th, 2021.

In wake of the large number of candidates who will be applying for the UPSC 2021 exam, the commission has also stated that conduct the exam at four additional test centres which are:

  • Almora, Uttarakhand

  • Srinagar, Uttarakhand

  • Nasik, Maharashtra

  • Surat, Gujarat

UPSC IAS Exam Dates

Events

Dates

First phase - Start and end date to Change the exam centre

July 12-July 19, 2021

Second phase- Start and end date to change UPSC IAS exam centre

July 26th to July 30th, 2021

UPSC IAS Civil Services Prelims Exam

October 10, 2021

Details related to change in UPSC IAS and IFS exam centres

Candidates will have to login onto the official website of upsc.nic.in to make changes in the trest centre for the UPSC IAS. However, the commission will take into account their request for change in the exam centre based on first come and first serve basis.

If the seats are filled at a particular UPSC IAS test centre, then in such a case the same will be frozen and it will not be visible to the candidate. The candidate will have to choose the test centre from the remaining ones.

UPSC IAS 2021 Selection Process

The UPSC IAS selection process comprises three stages. In the first stage, the candidate will have to appear in the preliminary exam and those who clear the prelims, they would have to appear in the mains. Candidates who clear the first two stages, that is civil services prelims and mains both, will have to appear in the interview. The final selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of the performance of the candidate in mains and interview stage.

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