What is the UPSC IAS Exam 2023?

The UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) is conducted every year to recruit candidates to various civil services of the Indian central government such as IAS, IPS, IFS (Foreign), IRS, IP & TAFS, IFoS (Forest), ITS, etc. It is one of the toughest exams in the country.

The UPSC CSE is also popularly known as the IAS exam and is conducted subsequently after the official release of the UPSC vacancy memo.

The UPSC exam is no shorter than a marathon I tell you. It has three rounds that you need to clear in order to get selected as an IAS officer. The first round that you’d need to clear is the Prelims, the second round is Mains, and,the third and final round is the personal interviews.

The IAS officer Job profile is something that varies from officer to officer depending on the nature of assignments. They can either be assigned a field job, a job at a state secretariat, a public sector undertaking, or a job at the central secretariat.

Now, as far as the most challenging of all the types of jobs that an IAS officer can be assigned to carry out, the most challenging is the one that he does in the field, like that of a district administrator.

IAS Officer Job profile 

The IAS officer job profile as a district administrator would include things like:

    • Managing and distributing the various funds allocated by the central government to a particular district as per government schemes.
    • Handling government and administrative affairs, such as framing, implementing, and reviewing policies.
    • Working with elected representatives and other government departments to successfully implement a scheme or a policy on the ground.
    • Attending to the needs and grievances of citizens and responding to emergencies such as earthquakes, or other natural disasters, riots, or accidents in their jurisdiction.

UPSC announced a total of 1105 vacancies which include 37 vacancies reserved for Persons for Benchmark Disability Category, out of which 15 vacancies are reserved for candidates with locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid attack victims and muscular dystrophy; 10 vacancies are reserved for candidates with multiple disabilities; 7 vacancies for candidates with low vision and blindness and 5 for candidates with deafness and low on hearing.

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