Am I eligible to apply for UPSC exam after doing graduation in distance education?
Am I eligible to apply for UPSC exam after doing graduation in distance education?
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if your college or university from which you have done graduation in distance mode is recognized
and your age is in between 21 years to 30 years.
then you can definitely apply for UPSC exams.
And there is relaxation in UPPER AGE limit for reserved category candidates(3 years for OBC and 5 years for SC/ST candidates).
if your university is recognized and approved by the ugc/aicet. then you are eligible of the civil service exam. distance education/correspondence study/regular study is no
matter for the civil service exam. upsc required only the graduation in any stream for the recognized university. percentage of marks is no matter for the exam
the age limit for the civil service exam is:-
The age limit is for general category is 21 to 30 years. And attempt the exam 4 times.
The age limit is for obc category is 21 to 33 years (3 years relaxation). Attempt the exam 7 times.
Age limit for SC/ST category is 21 to 35 years and attempt chance till overage. Means unlimited
best of luck for the future
yes dear friend,
you are eligible for that because this is also an equivalent degree .
but your university must be govt. recognized .
Eligibility criteria required for UPSC are:Graduation from distance education is not eligible.
Age Limit: - The candidate should be minimum 21 years of age and the maximum age is 30 years.
Educational Qualification: - The candidate should have a degree completed from any of the institutes established by an Act of Parliament or any University deemed by the University Grant Commission under section 3, Act, 1956.
It is good to see that you really want to give
UPSC examination.So for your kind Information
I want to tell you that UPSC is that type os examination
which conducts different other examinations every year.
So there are some rules and regulations to give this
-->Those candidates who have completed there graduation
and are willing to give this examination they can apply
in this examination.But they must have a degree of
graduation from a recognized university or organization.
-->Those candidates who are in final year in there
graduation course can also apply in this examination.
But they must bring the valid certificate and proof.
Generally the age criteria for general category candidates
are ranges from 21 to 30 years.
But there are some age relaxation given as per
In short your answer is this is not the matter that from
where you had done your graduation,the matter is that
whether the Institution is recognized or not.
All the very best...
The qualification for UPSC CSAT is Bachelors degree in any stream at any recognized university. If your college, where you have done your distance course, is a recognized Institure, then you can surely appear the UPSC CSAT examination. Best of Luck
The answer to your question is definitely YES.
First, you need to know what is UPSC.
UPSC is Union Public Service Commission which conducts many exams in which Civil Service Exam(CSE) is one of them.
CSE has a misnomer as 'IAS exam' or 'UPSC exam'.
You're eligible to write the UPSC exam even if you do Distance education.
But the university must be recognised by UGC.
For more details regarding UPSC : http://www.upsc.gov.in
I WISH YOU ALL SUCCESS!!
>> If the university under which you completed your Graduation through Distance Education is a recognized on,them there are no reasons why you cannot appear the Civil Services exams,known to as the UPSC exam to many.
-The complete eligibility criteria for the Civil Services exams are mentioned below ::
You must be a citizen of INDIA,
or,You must be a subject of NEPAL or BHUTAN,
or,You must be a TIBETAN refugee settled permanently in INDIA before 1962.
02. AGE LIMITS.
You must be 21 To 30 years of age.
However,the upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST & Ex-servicemen and by 3 years for OBCs and Physically Handicapped.
03. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS.
You must have completed your Graduation or equivalent,from a recognized university with any subject or stream.
Final year students are also applicable.
ONLY PASSING PERCENTAGE IS REQUIRED.
04 NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS.
For OPEN category : 04
For OBC candidates : 07
For SC/ST candidates : UNLIMITED.
>> For any further details,visit the official website of the UPSC :: www.upsc.gov.in !!
yes you are eligible for the UPSC exam though you done your graduation from distance education .
Because you fulfill the eligibility criteria for the UPSC exam like
-> one should done their graduation from any recognized university
-> A final year student can also eligible for applying the exam , but before the main exam one have to complete the graduation .
-> age limit is 21-30 for general cast , 3 years relaxion for obc , 5 years relaxion for sc/st/ex-serviceman , 10 years relaxion for physically handicapped .
-> maximum 4 attempts are allowed for the general cast , 7 for obc cast and no limit for the no of attempts for the sc/st cast .
So according to this criteria you are eligible so start the preparation for the exam and give it .
As we all know that the minimum qualification required for UPSC examination(except NDA and SCRA) is graduation form a recognised university.
So,yes you are eligible for the UPSC exams if the university from which you have pursued your gradaution is recognised by DEC( distance education council) and UGC (university Grants commission).
The other requirements are :
>>Your age should be between 21-30 years if you come from general category.
>>3 years age relaxation to OBC and 5 years to sc/st.
>>You should be an Indian.
No of attempts:
>>sc/st: no limit.( you can attempt all the exam that is held during your age limitations).
Examination consists of three stages:
Hope the information helps you.
all the best
Of course friend you are fully eligible to apply for UPSC exam after doing graduation in distance mode.Hi Aspirant,
In this condition your university should be recognized by DEC( Distance Education Council) or IGNOU.
You must be in age of 21 to 30 years
Age relaxation for SC/ST and OBC
SC/ST 5 years more
OBC 3 years more
Physically handicapped 10 years more
You must be Indian.
You can apply for the following UPSC exam
Civil Service Exam
For further information visit UPSC official website http://upsc.gov.in
Best of Lucků
I just want to tell you that the educational qualification required to be eligible for most of the exams is that you must have completed your Graduation.
So , it doesn`t matter that how you have completed your graduation , whether it is normal or through Distance Mode.
The thing that matters the most is that the university from where you have completed your graduation must be recognized by the UGC.
The UPSC Exams for which you are eligible as per your educational qualifications are :
* Combined Defence Services Examination.
* Civil Services Examination.
* IFS Exam.
* IES Exam.
* CPF Exam.
* CMS Exam.
This is the information i have to the best of my knowledge regarding your query. Hope the information will help you to the extent you want.
Hope that you are in good health and good state of mind.
YES,you can surely sit for IAS exam even after doing your graduation in distance education.
See,the according to the eligibility criteria,the candidate must hold a degree of any of Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University Under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification.
So if the university from where you did graduation is approved by UGC,the you can surely sit in the exam.
But make sure that you also fulfill the age criteria.
-->A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 30 years on 1st
August,in the year of examination.
-->The upper age limit prescribed above will be relaxable in the following cases:
->Scheduled Caste or a Scheduled Tribe: upto a maximum of five years.
->Other Backward Classes: upto a maximum of three years.
->State of Jammu & Kashmir (Domiciled during the period from the 1st January, 1980 to 31st December,
1989): upto a maximum of five years.
->Defence Services personnel : upto a maximum of five years.
If you satisfy the above criteria,then you can sit for the exam!
Best of Luck for the exam!
Yes, You can Appear for UPSC Exam.
>>The minimum education qualification required for IES is Graduation Degree in any of field from Recognized University.
>> And age limit is 21-30 years.
>> Candidate must be citizen of India.
>> Final year candidate can also appear for upsc exam.
>> So you can Appear in upsc Exam.
I hope you will understand.
All the Best
UPSC conducts many exams like Civil services exams for entry into 20 different posts.
It also conducts exams for NDA, SCRA etc.
To give any UPSC Exam, graduation is the basic eligibility criteria.
Graduation from recognized University is needed.
You need to have a degree from recognized University that's it, it doesn't matter whether your degree is through regular mode or distance mode.
You need to satisfy one more criteria i.e age.
Candidate must attain 21 years of age and must not attain 30 years of age for general category.
There is Upper age relaxation as follows for reserved category candidates.
3 years for OBC.
5 years for SC/ST.
Hence if you satisfy the above mentioned eligibility criteria, then you can give these exams.
There is restriction on the number of attempts for this exam.
4 attempts for general
7 attempts for OBC.
No limit for SC/ST.
Yes you are eligible for giving the upsc exam after doing graduation from the open university provided that your university is a well recognized university in india. Moreover, your age should be in between 21-30 years of age if you want to give the upsc exam
if your university approved by ugc than you can apply for this .
for apply in upsc exam you should be graduate first in any term and there are no percentage required for this exam .
you should be an indian .
your age between 21 to 30 if you belong to general category and you can attempt 4 time in upsc .
if you belong to obc than your age between 21 to 33 and you can attempt 7 time in upsc
and if you belong to sc/st than there are no attempt limit in upsc exam .
yes you can apply for this if your degree approved .
for this the criteria under below :.
1 . should graduate in any term no percentage required for this exam.
2. should be an indian .
3. age required
for general category - 21 to 30 year
for obc category - 21 to 33 year
for sc/st category - 21 to 35 year
4. how many chance to attempt this exam
for general - 4 attempt
for obc - 7 attempt
for sc/st - no limitation
In case your university is definitely known and licensed by the ugc/aicet. you will be eligible on the municipal service exam. long distance education/correspondence study/regular analyze is no
make any difference with the municipal service exam. upsc required merely the university in a different steady stream with the known university. percentage of signifies is definitely no matter with the quiz
the age control with the municipal service quiz is definitely:-
This control is good for typical classification is definitely 21 to 30 years. As well as attempt test 4 times.
This control is good for obc classification is definitely 21 to 33 many years (3 many years relaxation). Endeavor test 7 times.
Time control with regard to SC/ST classification is definitely 21 to 35 years and attempt prospect right up until overage. Indicates infinite
Yes , you are eligible for civil services examination.
For that examination you should be graduate from any recognized university at any percentage , it does not matter that you are doing your graduation regular or distance, Only you should be graduate.
Your age must be under 21-30 years.