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    Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    hello sir/madam
    Minimum percentage required in Graduation (commerce)to appear UPSC exams

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    HELLO DEAR,

    FOR APPEARING IN
    UPSC YOU CAN APPLY AS A

    GRADUATE FROM ANY DISCIPLINE ALL YOU NEED

    IS A
    PASSED GRADUATION DEGREE FROM RECOGNIZED

    UNIVERSITY AND YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR UPSC...



    GIVEN BELOW IS AGE LIMIT TO APPLY...


    GEN--21 to 30 yrs
    OBC--21 to 33 yrs
    SC/ST--21 to 35 yrs



    HAPPY TO HELP YOU....

    GOOD LUCK...

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    Dear

    There is no percentage required for UPSC Exam.

    A Candidate who have gradate from any recognized university can apply for UPSC Exam.

    for UPSC Exam only pass marks required, no percentage required.

    So dear you can apply for UPSC Exam if you have pass Graduation.

    your age should be between 21-30 years

    Relaxation for OBC 3 years
    SC/ST 5 years.

    Best Of Luck

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    Cool Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    hello dear,



    there is no need to good percentages for UPSC EXAM.


    YOU NEED THESE THINGS FOR UPSC EXAM:-


    • you should have to passed graduate from the recognized university.
    • you must bean indian.
    • age for general candidates should be 21 to 30 years without age relaxation.
    • age for obc candidates should be 21 to 33 years with 3 years age relaxation.
    • age for sc/st candidates should be 21 to 35 years with 5 years age relaxation.



    all the best

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    If you are graduate from any recognized university then you qualify for the UPSC exam, there is no rule of the percentage or any class.

    Rules are as follows:
    - You have Indian nationality
    - Age must be in between 21 years to 30 years
    - If you are OBC candidate then age relaxation of 3 years
    - If you are SC or ST candidate then age relaxation of 5 years
    - In general there are four attempts to any UPSC

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    HI,
    upsc-logo.jpg
    UPSC EXAM STANDS FOR UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.

    UPSC EXAM CONSISTS MANY EXAM;-

    ****IAS

    ****IPS

    ****IES

    ****SCRA

    ***NDA

    ***CDS


    ***IFS

    ****CPF


    THERE IS NO PERCENTAGE CRITERIA FOR UPSC EXAM.

    ELIGIBILITY;

    - ----GRADUATION FROM A RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITY.

    **AGE LIMIT IS 21-30 YEARS.
    \
    *-***-INDIAN CITIZEN



    FOR MORE,

    http://upsc.gov.in

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    Hello friend............
    For upsc exam,
    minimum educational qualification-the person must be graduate from any recognized univercity
    minimum age limit-the person must be in between 21 to 30 years

    menimum persentage required;-the is no persentage required for upsc exams

    any graduate students can apply for upsc exams

    you can check the below eligibilities for upsc exams

    eligibilities creteria for upsc exam;-

    educational qualification;-the person must be graduate from any recognized univercity

    age limits;-
    general-21 to 30 years-maximum 4 attempts for cse exam
    obc-21 to 33 years-maximum 7 attempts for cse exam
    sc/st-21 to 35 years-no limit for cse exam

    nationality;-indina

    for more details you can visit the below website

    www.upsc.gov.in

    thank you

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    If you want to appear for UPSC exam then there is no minimum percentage required only Graduation required.

    General criteria for appearing UPSC
    - If you want apply for the UPSC then you passed degree or graduation or last year appearing for graduation

    - There are four number of attempts for UPSC

    - Candidate age must be in between 21 years to 3 year (age relaxation for obc for 3 years, SC/ST for 5 years)

    - Nationality Indian

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    Re: Minimum percentage required in Graduation (Commerce) to appear in UPSC exams.

    Dear Friend,

    There are a number of UPSC Exams which are conducted every year. But in my opinion you are talking about the Civil Services Exam.

    So , i have just described the whole eligibility criteria for Civil Services Examination below :

    a) Educational Qualification : Graduation in any discipline from any recognized college/university.

    b) Final Year Students are also eligible for the Civil Services Exam.

    c) Nationality : Indian

    d) Age Limit : 21-30 years for Open Category Candidates.

    e) There is also a relaxation in upper age of 3 years for OBC Candidates and of 5 years for SC/ST Candidates.

    So , you can see above that there is no any percentage bar in graduation for Civil Services Exam. If you have passed your graduation then you are eligible.

    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.

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