Every year, the UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) is held to recruit candidates for various Indian central government, civil services such as IAS, IPS, IFS (Foreign), IRS, IP & TAFS, IFoS (Forest), ITS, and others. It is regarded as one of the most difficult tests in the country.

The UPSC CSE, also known as the IAS test, is held after the issuance of the UPSC vacancy memo.

I tell you, the UPSC exam is nothing short of a marathon. In order to be selected as an IAS officer, you must pass all three rounds. The Prelims are the first round, the Mains are the second, and the personal interviews are the third.

I’ll be talking a bit more about these rounds in the section of the IAS exam pattern further down in the blog.

If you succeed in becoming an IAS officer, you will become vital part of our country’s 
Bureaucratic Structure.  At every level of your assignment, you will have significant 
Socioeconomic impact in the work area.
When it comes to the UPSC CSE’s hardness, it is commonly regarded as having high 
difficulty level. Not only is the paper difficult, but so is the competition. As result, as 
stated in the TVF’s “Aspirants” on YouTube, you will need to be exceedingly focused, 
persevering, and patient in order to pass the IAS  officer exam.

Therefore, having said all that I guess you already know that the UPSC recruitment being spoken of here is the CSE, also called the Civil services exams. 

Now, to get recruited as an IAS or IPS officer is a pretty grueling process, with annual UPSC recruitment processes lasting for a duration of more than 9 months. 

Millions of students apply for the process each year, and only a handful are able to get through to being able to fill in the various UPSC vacant positions.  

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