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Is there any restriction on number of attempts in the Examinations?

 Ans: Number of attempts - General-6, OBC-9, SC/ST- No restriction.

Is there any relaxation in number of attempts for physically handicapped?

Ans: No. However physically handicapped candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories will be eligible for relaxation in number of attempts provided to such categories.

Can a candidate choose an optional subject, which he has not studied at graduate/PG level? 

Ans: Yes. they can choose an optional subject.

 

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                   GENERAL

1.

What is the restriction on number of attempts in Commission's Examinations?

Number of Attempts :-
Civil Service Examination - General-6, OBC-9, SC/ST- No restriction
 IFS Examination- General-6, OBC-9, SC/ST-No restriction
There is no restriction on number of attempts in any other Examination conducted by the Commission.  

2.

Is there any relaxation in number of attempts for physically handicapped?

No. However physically handicapped candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories will be eligible for relaxation in number of attempts provided to such categories.

3.

Can a candidate who has completed his education from an open school/ University apply for Commission's Examination?

Yes, provided it is a recognized University and he possess the educational qualifications prescribed for the exam and is otherwise eligible

4.

Whether a candidate belonging to a community included in the OBC list of states but not in the Central list of OBCs is eligible for age relaxation, reservation etc. for Commission's Examinations?

No. Only candidates belonging to communities which are included in the Central list of OBC's are eligible for such concessions.

CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION

1.

Can a candidate choose an optional subject, which he has not studied at graduate/PG level?

Yes.  

2.

  Is it necessary for a candidate to take the same optional subject in the Main Exam, which he had taken in the prelims Examination?

No.

3.

If a candidate has applied for the CS (P) Examination but has not appeared at any paper in the CS (P) Examination will it be counted as an attempt?

  No. An attempt is counted only if a candidate has appeared in at least one paper in CS (P) Examination.

4.

Is a candidate who has done his graduation without passing class X and class X11 eligible for Civil Service Examination?

Yes.

5.

Can a candidate write different papers of Civil Service (Main) Examination in different languages?

No, Candidates have the option to write their answers either in English or in any one of the Eighth schedule languages.

6.

Can a candidate write the Civil Service (Main) Examination in English and take the interview in Hindi or any other Indian language?

The candidates, opting for Indian Language medium for the written part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination, may choose either the same Indian Language or English or Hindi as the medium for the interview.
The candidates, opting to write the Civil Services (Main) Examination in English, may choose as the medium for interview either English or Hindi or any other Indian Language opted by them for the compulsory Indian Language Paper in the written part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination.  However, the candidates, who are exempted from the compulsory Indian Language Paper, will have to choose either English or Hindi as medium of Interview of Personality Test.

TIE PRINCIPLES - Wherever the two or more candidates have secured equal aggregate marks, the tie(s) is/are resolved in accordance with the principles approved by the Commission, viz.,
Civil Services (Main) Exam.
  1. Candidate securing more marks in the Compulsory Papers and the Personality Test put together is to be ranked higher;
  2. In case where the marks mentioned at (i) above are equal, the candidate senior in age is to be ranked higher; and
  3. In case where the (i) and (ii) above are same, then the candidate getting more marks in the compulsory papers is to be ranked higher.