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Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS)

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Exam Date
22 January, 2021
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About Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS)

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) exam is organized by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC). This exam is held for the recruitment of eligible applicants for numerous posts in the Ministries and departments in Government of Uttar Pradesh.This exam is a state level exam and is held in offline mode. Desiring applicants can apply for the exam in online mode through the official website. This exam is organized yearly.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Conducting Body: Originated on 1 April 1937 the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is the state agency which is authorized to organize the Civil Services Examination for entry level appointments to the various Civil Services of Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Important Dates 2021:

Events

Dates

Registration Date

21/04/2020

Application Date

21/04/2020 to 04/06/2020

Admit Card

01/10/2020

Preliminary Exam Date

11/10/2020

Mains Exam Date

22/01/2021

Result Date

Will Be Updated Soon.

Mode to apply

Online

Link to apply

Click here

Official Notification

Check here

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Selection Procedure: The selection procedure for the UP Civil Services exam is as follows:

The exam is held in 3 stages:

Preliminary Exam

Mains Exam

Interview

The selection of the candidates purely depends on merit which is based on the performance in the above-mentioned rounds.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Exam Pattern:

Preliminary Exam: The preliminary exam involves 2 papers each of 200 marks. The Paper 2 is qualifying in nature and the applicants are selected on the basis of their marks obtained in Paper 1 for the next round. The duration of each of the papers is 2 hours. Negative marking will be done of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Paper

Name

Nature of the paper

No. of Questions

Marks

Time Duration

Paper-1

CSAT

Qualifying(33% marks)

80

200

2 hours

Paper-2

General Studies

Considered for merit.

100

200 

2 hours

Mains Exam: Qualified applicants from the preliminary exam are allowed to sit for the mains examination. The Mains exam is a conventional pen paper based descriptive examination. There are as many as 7 papers in the Mains Exam. There is no negative marking for the mains exam .The exam pattern is given below:

Paper

Subject

Type of Exam

Total Marks

Time Duration

Paper-1

General Hindi

Descriptive Type

150

3 hours

Paper-2

Essay

Descriptive Type

150

3 hours

Paper-3

General Studies-I

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-4

General Studies-II

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-5

General Studies-III

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-6

General Studies-IV

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-7

Optional Subject (Paper-I)

Descriptive Type

200

3 hours

Paper-8

Optional Subject (Paper-II)

Descriptive Type

200

3 hours

Total

-------

-------

1500

--------

Interview: The interview consists of 100 marks. The interview is held with the purpose to access the awareness, intelligence, problem-solving ability and the suitability of the applicant towards the services.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Eligibility Criteria:-

Nationality: Applicant must be a citizen of India

Age Limit:Age limit required is between19 to 36 years.

A resident of Nepal,

A resident of Bhutan,

A refugee from Tibet who travelled to India with the purpose of permanently settling

People who travelled from Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and East African Countries, but must be of Indian origin, with the purpose of settling in India permanently. 

Educational Qualification: Applicant must have a graduation degree in any discipline with a second division in marks.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Syllabus: For Prelims and Mains

General Studies

Current Affairs

History of India

Indian and World Geography

Indian Polity & Governance -Constitution

Economic and Social Development

Issues regarding Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change

General Science

CSAT

Comprehension

Interpersonal skills

Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability

Decision making

General mental ability

Elementary Mathematics (Class X level)

General English (Class X level)

General Hindi (Class X level).

Essay

There are three sections from which applicant select the topic for essay. One topic from each section is to be selected and applicants are required to write essay in not more than 700 words. The topic of the Essay is based on the following subjects:

Part A: 

Literature and Culture

Social sphere

Political sphere.

Part B:

Science

Environment and Technology

Economic Sphere Agriculture, Industry, and Trade.

Part C:

National and International Events.

Natural Calamities, Landslide, Earthquake, Deluge, Drought, etc.

National Development programs and projects.

General Studies I:

History of Indian Culture

Modern Indian history

The Freedom Struggle

Post-independence

History of the world- the French revolution, the Industrial revolution, World Wars, Socialism, Nazism, Fascism, etc.

Indian Society and culture.

Role of Women in society

Meaning of liberalization, privatization, and globalization and their effects

Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism.

Distribution of major natural resources of World and India

Physical Geography-Cyclone, Earthquake, Glaciers, Ocean Currents, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, and Winds.

Oceanic resources of India

Human Refugee-Migration problem of the World with a focus on India.

Frontiers and boundaries

Population and Settlements

Knowledge of Uttar Pradesh - Art, Architecture, Culture, History, Heritage, Festival, Folk Dance, Literature, Regional Languages and Tourism.

Knowledge of U.P.- Geography- Human and Natural Resources, Climate, Soils, Forest, Wild Life, Mines and Minerals, Sources of Irrigation.

General Studies II:

Indian Constitution

Finance Commission role

Separation of powers

Comparison of the Indian Constitutional Work with other major Democratic Countries.

Parliament and State legislatures

The Executive and The Judiciary and their functioning and structure

Appointment procedure of Constitutional posts and their responsibilities.

Statutory, regulatory, and various quasi-judicial bodies including NITI Aayog

Government policies

Development processes- the role of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Welfare schemes

Issues regarding development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to subjects of Health, Education, Human Resources.

Important aspects of governance

Role of Civil Services in a democracy

India and its relationship with Neighbouring Countries

Groupings and Agreements related to India and/ or affecting India's interest.

The political effect of Developed and Developing countries on India's interests- Indian diaspora.

Important International Institutions, Agencies their structure, mandate, and functioning.

Knowledge of Uttar Pradesh related to Political, Administrative, Revenue, and Judicial System.

Current Affairs of Regional, State, National, and International importance.

General Studies III:

Economic planning in India

Issues regarding Poverty, Unemployment, Social justice

Government Budget

Major Crops, Types of irrigation and irrigation systems, storage, transport, and marketing of agricultural produce and technology.

Farm subsidies and minimum support price

Distribution System, Issues of buffer stocks and Food Security

Food processing and related industries in India

Land reforms in India Post Independence.

Liberalization and Globalisation

Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Waterways, Airports, Railways, etc.

Science and Technology.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Space Technology, Nano- technology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Energy resources, Computers

Environmental security

Disaster mitigation and management.

International Security.

India's internal security

Security forces

Knowledge of Uttar Pradesh Economy

Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Horticulture, and Forestry.

Civil Defence with special reference to U.P.

General Studies IV:

Ethics and Human Interface.

Attitude: Moral and Political Attitude

Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service

Emotional Intelligence

Contributions of Philosophers and Moral Thinkers from India and  the World

Corporate Governance.

Governance: Philosophical basis of governance and Case study regarding the same.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) FAQs:

Ques 1. How can an applicant apply for the Exam?

Ans. By online mode through Official website.

Ques 2. What precautions should be taken by a candidate while filling up the Online Application Form?

Ans. Please read the instructions attentive before filling up the Online Application Form.

 Ques 3. Does a candidate edit the details after submission of the application?

Ans. A candidate can not edit any information after submission of the application in the Commission.

Ques 4. What should be the size of the scanned Photograph and Signature?

Ans. The size of the scanned photograph and signature should not be more than 50 kb each.

Ques 5. Can candidates belong to other states apply for UP PSC?

Ans. Yes, the candidate belonging to other states are eligible to apply but through the general category. Reserve category quota applies to reserved candidates of UP only.

Ques 6. What is the educational qualification for the exam?

Ans. Any graduate from any recognized university is eligible for UPPSC except for some posts which require some special qualification.

Ques 7. Is there any reservation for OBC/SC/ST in UP PSC exam?

Ans. Yes, there is reservation for OBC/SC/ST.

Ques 8. Is there any reservation for Female candidates in UP PSC?

Ans. Yes, there is a reservation of 20% for female candidates.

Ques 9. Is OBC/SC/ST of other states are eligible for reservation?

Ans. No, Only OBC/SC/ST candidates of Uttar Pradesh are eligible for reservation. All candidates belonging to other states are treated as general candidates.

Ques 10. Is the Hindi language mandatory in secondary level to be eligible for UP PSC?

Ans. Yes, Hindi at the higher secondary level is an essential qualification.

Ques 11. Is Hindi language paper in Mains examination of qualifying nature?

Ans. No, the Hindi language paper in the Mains examination is not of a qualifying nature. It carries 150 marks and these marks get considered while preparing the merit list.

Ques 12. How many papers are there in the Mains examination?

Ans. There are a total of 8 papers in the Mains examination from which 2 are GS papers, 2 papers from 1st optional, 2 papers from 2nd optional, 1 paper of Hindi language, and 1 paper of Essay.

Ques 13. Are all papers in the main examination of Descriptive nature?

Ans. No, all papers in the Mains exam are not of Descriptive nature. Both GS papers are objective type with no negative marking and the remaining all are Descriptive.

Ques 14. Is there any negative marking in the exam?

Ans. Yes there is a provision of negative marking for Paper I. 1/3rd of the total mark allotted to that question gets deducted for each wrong answer

Ques 15. Can a PCS be promoted to IAS?

Ans. Yes, PCS officers can become IAS officers providing they are fulfilling the requirements of UPSC. 

CONCLUSION: Applicants willing to make their careers in the Government of Uttar Pradeshhave a good opportunity as this exam is held for the recruitment of eligible applicants for various posts. Aspirants must take the benefit of this opportunity by preparing well for the exam. Applicants are advised to visit the official website regularly for future updates. The team ofestudentbookwishes you all the best for your upcoming future.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Eligibility Criteria

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Eligibility Criteria:-

Nationality: Applicant must be a citizen of India

Age Limit:Age limit required is between19 to 36 years.

A resident of Nepal,

A resident of Bhutan,

A refugee from Tibet who travelled to India with the purpose of permanently settling

People who travelled from Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and East African Countries, but must be of Indian origin, with the purpose of settling in India permanently. 

Educational Qualification: Applicant must have a graduation degree in any discipline with a second division in marks.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Selection Procedure

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Selection Procedure: The selection procedure for the UP Civil Services exam is as follows:

The exam is held in 3 stages:

Preliminary Exam

Mains Exam

Interview

The selection of the candidates purely depends on merit which is based on the performance in the above-mentioned rounds.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Application Process

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Application Process

The application form can only be filled in online mode. Applicants who are eager to apply for the test can apply in online mode through the official website. The applicants must fill the application form correctly, as sometimes there is no provision of correcting the application form after the submission. To apply for the exam the applicants are required to have a mobile number, date of birth, and an email id. The steps required to follow while filling the form are as follows:

Go to the official website and after that click on Apply Online.

Then click on the New Registration in the application page and then click on the register button of the page.

Applicant is now required to fill the form and provide some basic information like the applicant’s name, parent’s name, date of birth, mobile number, email id etc.

Now, the applicant must click on the submit button to submit the online registration form. All the applicants will be issued with a registration ID for the exam.

So, now the applicant is required to login with the provided registration ID, date of birth, and password to complete the registration process.

Now the applicant is required to upload a photograph and signature. The photo must be of white color or light color background. The least photograph resolution required is 100 by 120 pixels in WH. The signature should be only in blue or black ink on a white sheet. The scanned copy of the applicant’s signature should be in jpg format.

Now the applicant must login with the registered ID and password to complete the part 2 of the application form.

After filling the application form the applicant must preview the entire application form to look for any mistakes.

Now click on the Final Submit button to complete the online application form. 

The last step is the payment of the application fee for the exam. The applicant must make the payment to apply successfully. The payment can be made in online mode or as suggested by the organization.

After the payment is made the applicant must submit the application form to complete the online application form process. The applicant must keep a printout of the application form for future use.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Syllabus

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Syllabus: For Prelims and Mains

General Studies

Current Affairs

History of India

Indian and World Geography

Indian Polity & Governance -Constitution

Economic and Social Development

Issues regarding Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change

General Science

CSAT

Comprehension

Interpersonal skills

Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability

Decision making

General mental ability

Elementary Mathematics (Class X level)

General English (Class X level)

General Hindi (Class X level).

Essay

There are three sections from which applicant select the topic for essay. One topic from each section is to be selected and applicants are required to write essay in not more than 700 words. The topic of the Essay is based on the following subjects:

Part A: 

Literature and Culture

Social sphere

Political sphere.

Part B:

Science

Environment and Technology

Economic Sphere Agriculture, Industry, and Trade.

Part C:

National and International Events.

Natural Calamities, Landslide, Earthquake, Deluge, Drought, etc.

National Development programs and projects.

General Studies I:

History of Indian Culture

Modern Indian history

The Freedom Struggle

Post-independence

History of the world- the French revolution, the Industrial revolution, World Wars, Socialism, Nazism, Fascism, etc.

Indian Society and culture.

Role of Women in society

Meaning of liberalization, privatization, and globalization and their effects

Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism.

Distribution of major natural resources of World and India

Physical Geography-Cyclone, Earthquake, Glaciers, Ocean Currents, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, and Winds.

Oceanic resources of India

Human Refugee-Migration problem of the World with a focus on India.

Frontiers and boundaries

Population and Settlements

Knowledge of Uttar Pradesh - Art, Architecture, Culture, History, Heritage, Festival, Folk Dance, Literature, Regional Languages and Tourism.

Knowledge of U.P.- Geography- Human and Natural Resources, Climate, Soils, Forest, Wild Life, Mines and Minerals, Sources of Irrigation.

General Studies II:

Indian Constitution

Finance Commission role

Separation of powers

Comparison of the Indian Constitutional Work with other major Democratic Countries.

Parliament and State legislatures

The Executive and The Judiciary and their functioning and structure

Appointment procedure of Constitutional posts and their responsibilities.

Statutory, regulatory, and various quasi-judicial bodies including NITI Aayog

Government policies

Development processes- the role of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Welfare schemes

Issues regarding development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to subjects of Health, Education, Human Resources.

Important aspects of governance

Role of Civil Services in a democracy

India and its relationship with Neighbouring Countries

Groupings and Agreements related to India and/ or affecting India's interest.

The political effect of Developed and Developing countries on India's interests- Indian diaspora.

Important International Institutions, Agencies their structure, mandate, and functioning.

Knowledge of Uttar Pradesh related to Political, Administrative, Revenue, and Judicial System.

Current Affairs of Regional, State, National, and International importance.

General Studies III:

Economic planning in India

Issues regarding Poverty, Unemployment, Social justice

Government Budget

Major Crops, Types of irrigation and irrigation systems, storage, transport, and marketing of agricultural produce and technology.

Farm subsidies and minimum support price

Distribution System, Issues of buffer stocks and Food Security

Food processing and related industries in India

Land reforms in India Post Independence.

Liberalization and Globalisation

Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Waterways, Airports, Railways, etc.

Science and Technology.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Space Technology, Nano- technology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Energy resources, Computers

Environmental security

Disaster mitigation and management.

International Security.

India's internal security

Security forces

Knowledge of Uttar Pradesh Economy

Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Horticulture, and Forestry.

Civil Defence with special reference to U.P.

General Studies IV:

Ethics and Human Interface.

Attitude: Moral and Political Attitude

Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service

Emotional Intelligence

Contributions of Philosophers and Moral Thinkers from India and  the World

Corporate Governance.

Governance: Philosophical basis of governance and Case study regarding the same.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Results

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Results

The applicant can check the result on the official website when the result is declared. The applicant is required to follow these steps to check the result:-

Go to the official website.

Select and click on the result tab.

Then click on the result link.

Then download the result PDF file.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Exam Pattern

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Exam Pattern:

Preliminary Exam: The preliminary exam involves 2 papers each of 200 marks. The Paper 2 is qualifying in nature and the applicants are selected on the basis of their marks obtained in Paper 1 for the next round. The duration of each of the papers is 2 hours. Negative marking will be done of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Paper

Name

Nature of the paper

No. of Questions

Marks

Time Duration

Paper-1

CSAT

Qualifying(33% marks)

80

200

2 hours

Paper-2

General Studies

Considered for merit.

100

200 

2 hours

Mains Exam: Qualified applicants from the preliminary exam are allowed to sit for the mains examination. The Mains exam is a conventional pen paper based descriptive examination. There are as many as 7 papers in the Mains Exam. There is no negative marking for the mains exam .The exam pattern is given below:

Paper

Subject

Type of Exam

Total Marks

Time Duration

Paper-1

General Hindi

Descriptive Type

150

3 hours

Paper-2

Essay

Descriptive Type

150

3 hours

Paper-3

General Studies-I

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-4

General Studies-II

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-5

General Studies-III

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-6

General Studies-IV

Descriptive Type

200

2 hours

Paper-7

Optional Subject (Paper-I)

Descriptive Type

200

3 hours

Paper-8

Optional Subject (Paper-II)

Descriptive Type

200

3 hours

Total

-------

-------

1500

--------

Interview: The interview consists of 100 marks. The interview is held with the purpose to access the awareness, intelligence, problem-solving ability and the suitability of the applicant towards the services.

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Admit Card

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Admit Card

The admit cards for the exam are issued by the UPPSC in online mode. The applicants can download the admit card on the official website. The applicants are able to download the admit card by using details such as registration number and date of birth. The steps required to download the admit card is as follows:

Go to the official website.

Click on the admit card tab on the page.

Click on the related website link.

Now click on the link available for downloading the admit card then enter the required details asked like roll number, registration id and date of birth.

Click on the search button.

View, download, and print the admit card.

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Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Fee

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) Fee

The fee and payment details are given below:

General  - Rs. 125/-

BC/OBC - Rs. 125/-

SC/ST     - Rs.65/-

Payment Mode - Online through Debit card/Credit card/Net Banking etc.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS) FAQs:

Ques 1. How can an applicant apply for the Exam?

Ans. By online mode through Official website.  

Ques 2. What precautions should be taken by a candidate while filling up the Online Application Form?

Ans. Please read the instructions attentive before filling up the Online Application Form.

 Ques 3. Does a candidate edit the details after submission of the application?

Ans. A candidate can not edit any information after submission of the application in the Commission.

Ques 4. What should be the size of the scanned Photograph and Signature?

Ans. The size of the scanned photograph and signature should not be more than 50 kb each.

Ques 5. Can candidates belong to other states apply for UP PSC?

Ans. Yes, the candidate belonging to other states are eligible to apply but through the general category. Reserve category quota applies to reserved candidates of UP only.

Ques 6. What is the educational qualification for the exam?

Ans. Any graduate from any recognized university is eligible for UPPSC except for some posts which require some special qualification.

Ques 7. Is there any reservation for OBC/SC/ST in UP PSC exam?

Ans. Yes, there is reservation for OBC/SC/ST.

Ques 8. Is there any reservation for Female candidates in UP PSC?

Ans. Yes, there is a reservation of 20% for female candidates.

Ques 9. Is OBC/SC/ST of other states are eligible for reservation?

Ans. No, Only OBC/SC/ST candidates of Uttar Pradesh are eligible for reservation. All candidates belonging to other states are treated as general candidates.

Ques 10. Is the Hindi language mandatory in secondary level to be eligible for UP PSC?

Ans. Yes, Hindi at the higher secondary level is an essential qualification.

Ques 11. Is Hindi language paper in Mains examination of qualifying nature?

Ans. No, the Hindi language paper in the Mains examination is not of a qualifying nature. It carries 150 marks and these marks get considered while preparing the merit list.

Ques 12. How many papers are there in the Mains examination?

Ans. There are a total of 8 papers in the Mains examination from which 2 are GS papers, 2 papers from 1st optional, 2 papers from 2nd optional, 1 paper of Hindi language, and 1 paper of Essay.

Ques 13. Are all papers in the main examination of Descriptive nature?

Ans. No, all papers in the Mains exam are not of Descriptive nature. Both GS papers are objective type with no negative marking and the remaining all are Descriptive.

Ques 14. Is there any negative marking in the exam?

Ans. Yes there is a provision of negative marking for Paper I. 1/3rd of the total mark allotted to that question gets deducted for each wrong answer

Ques 15. Can a PCS be promoted to IAS?

Ans. Yes, PCS officers can become IAS officers providing they are fulfilling the requirements of UPSC. 

Important Dates

Registration Date

21-04-2020

Application Start Date

21-04-2020

Application End Date

04-06-2020

Admit Card Date

01-10-2020

Preliminary Exam Date

11-10-2020

Main Exam Date

22-01-2021

28 Institutes preparing Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UP PCS)

Viraj IAS (Raj Academy for IAS)

Karanpur, Uttarakhand

Non Recognised

Nirman IAS, Prayagraj

Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Srishti IAS Coaching Centre, Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Youth Destination

Delhi, Delhi

Non Recognised

PI

Parivartan IAS Academy, Bahraich

Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

RI

Rushil ICS Institute, Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Lakshaya Academy, Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Divine Institute for judicial Services

Chandigarh, Chandigarh

Non Recognised

Abhimanu IAS,Chandigarh

Chandigarh, Chandigarh

Non Recognised

Kumar's IAS, Agra

Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Expert Opinion Academy

Chandigarh, Chandigarh

Non Recognised

Kumar's IAS, Mathura

Mathura, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Kumar's IAS, Jhansi

Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

AI

ATULYA IAS, DEHRADUN

Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Non Recognised

Parakh Coaching, Allahabad

Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

The Scholars

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

OS

Oriental Study Center

Gomti Nagar, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

TCS Academy

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Chayan IAS Academy, Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Ensemble IAS Academy

New Delhi, Delhi

Non Recognised

Prayatna IAS Coaching

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

PI

Prepare IAS Coaching, Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

The Administrator Academy

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Non Recognised

Ultimate Learning Systems - ULS

Delhi, Delhi

Non Recognised

NAM Institute of Professional Studies

New Delhi, Delhi

Non Recognised

Prepare IAS PCS Coaching, Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Non Recognised

Neostencil, Gurugram (HQ)

New Delhi, Delhi

Non Recognised

Dhyeya IAS, Central Delhi

Delhi, Delhi

Non Recognised

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