UPSC IAS Eligibility Criteria 2023: UPSC Age Limit, Educational Qualification, Nationality, and Number of AttemptsThe IAS eligibility criteria is released by UPSC on its official website. The basic eligibility criteria for candidates to take the UPSC exam is to have a bachelor degree from a recognized university or institution.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Does UPSC accept candidates who have degrees from foreign universities?
Yes, candidates who have a degree from foreign universities or institutions are eligible to appear for the UPSC examination. However, candidates must have their foreign degree attested from the Indian High Commission in the country where the candidate has completed his degree.
Can CA qualified candidates appear for the UPSC CSE exam?
Yes, individuals who have passed the CA final exam are eligible to take the UPSC CSE exam. The Government of India considers the CA certificate to be a professional degree.
Is there any minimum percentage required in graduation by UPSC aspirant?
No, there is no minimum percentage required by the candidate in their graduation. Candidates must have passing marks in the graduation to appear for the UPSC examination.
What is the age limit to apply for UPSC IAS Exam 2023?
Candidates must be 21 years old to apply for the exam. Candidates from general category can appear for the exam till the age of 32 years.
How many attempts can one give for the UPSC IAS exam 2023?
Candidates from general category are allowed to take six attempts. However, aspirants who belong to OBC & SC/ST category are allowed to take nine and infinite attempts, respectively.
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