UPSC Notice, Civil Services IAS Exam Notification 2021 Delayed

Union Public Service Commission(UPSC) flashed a message on its website that the IAS Exam will be held on the scheduled date. This can be considered that notification will not be released today as per the schedule.

UPSC Notice for Civil Services IAS Exam Notification 2021

The commission displays a message stating that “CS(P)E-2021 (including IFoS(P)E-2021) shall be conducted as per already declared schedule on 27.06.2021. Detailed Notifications for CSE-2021 and IFoSE-2021 shall be published in due course.

UPSC Notice IAS 2021

This might be due to the ongoing age issue currently pending with the supreme court.

Candidates don’t have to think that the exam will not be held or delay. It will be held on the scheduled date i.e. 27th June 2021. This is only the reason for the notice for the IAS exam from the UPSC.

You can check notice at the official website of the commission.

UPSC IAS Exam Schedule for 2021

As per the UPSC calendar of 2021, notification for the examination is scheduled to be released on 10th February 2021, and the last date will be 2nd March 2021.

The IAS prelims exam 2021 is scheduled to be held on 27th June 2021. This exam contains two parts, GS and CSAT. General Studies is competitive in nature, and CSAT is a qualifying in nature exam.

Candidates who qualify the preliminary exam will be eligible for the mains exam. As per the calendar, the mains exam is scheduled to be held from 17th September 2021.

How to Prepare for the Prelims and Mains Exam?

Candidates can prepare for the Civil Services Prelims and mains examination 2021 from home. And it creates confusion among aspirants if the schedule is not fixed or disturb. This could be the only reason for a notice from UPSC.

For UPSC Civil Services IAS Exam preparation, check out our article on how to prepare from Home.

The exam needs dedicated preparation for at least one year. If thinking of applying and not prepared anything yet. Then it will be tough to qualify for the examination, consider for the next year.

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