The Union Public Service Commission (ISO: Sangh Lok Seva Ayog), commonly abbreviated as UPSC, is India's premier central recruitment agency for recruitment of all the Group 'A' officers under Government of India . It is responsible for appointments to and examinations for all of the Group 'A' posts of all the union government establishments which also includes all of the central public sector units and all of the central autonomous bodies. While Department of Personnel and Training is the central personnel agency in India. The agency's charter is granted by Part XIV of the Constitution of India, titled as Services Under the Union and the States. The commission is mandated by the Constitution for appointments to the services of the Union and All India Services. It is also required to be consulted by the Government in matters relating to the appointment, transfer, promotion and disciplinary matters. The commission reports directly to the President and can advise the Government through him. Although, such advice is not binding on the Government. Being a constitutional authority, UPSC is amongst the few institutions which function with both autonomy and freedom, along with the country’s higher judiciary and lately the Election Commission. The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is a nationwide competitive examination in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment to higher Civil Services of the Government of India, including the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, and Indian Police Service. Also simply referred to as the UPSC examination, it is conducted in three phases: a preliminary examination consisting of two objective-type papers (General Studies Paper I and General Studies Paper II also popularly known as Civil Service Aptitude Test or CSAT), and a main examination consisting of nine papers of conventional (essay) type, in which two papers are qualifying and only marks of seven are counted followed by a personality test (interview). A successful candidate sits for 32 hours of examination during the complete process spanning around one year.
Appearing in mock interviews will provide a simulated environment like that of an actual UPSC interview and will help identify possible mistakes one could commit on the interview day. Feedback received from the mock interview panel also helps in improving the answering style, body language and voice modulation. Practicing mock interviews is very essential to crack the real UPSC interview. Hence one should utilize all the available resources and ensure to get the best outcome IAS interviews can be tough to crack. Giving at least three to five mock IAS interviews is a must if you want to secure a good rank in the exam. The sole purpose of the interview is to test your personality and not your knowledge. We arrange a mock interview infront of honorable panellist.
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