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I want all the information regarding UPSC & MPSC and which branches are open after the exams?

Sayali Sawant
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017
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Ravi Mahawar
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The government of India is all set to recruit many of aspirants for various posts. If you want to check the latest notification for UPSC jobs then click here- Government Jobs 2018. There will be approx. 78939 new vacancies in UPSC Job list 2018. So, check the notification and apply for the exam.

YoungBuzz Career Counsellor
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 22nd Mar 2017

UPSC is an examination conducted for the following branches

Indian Administrative Services (IAS)

  • Indian Police Service (IPS)

  • Indian Foreign Service (IFS)

  • Indian Railway Service (IRS)

  • Indian Postal Service (IPS)

  • Indian Audit and Accounts Services (IA & AS)

  • Indian Civil Accounts Services (ICAS)

  • Indian Customs and General Excise Services (IC & GES)

  • Indian Defence Accounts Services (IDAS)

  • Indian Revenue Service Officers (IRSO)

  • Indian Ordinance Factories Services

  • Indian Information Service (IIS)

Applications should be made in the prescribed format (the form is available from all leading post offices) and sent to: Under Secretary (CSP),

Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, New Delhi-110 011.

MPSC conducts the following examinations.

  • Agricultural Services Examination

  • Assistant (Secretariat) & Sales Tax Inspection Examination

  • Asisstant Inspector of Motor Vehicles Examination

  • Clerical & Typist Examination

  • Engineering Service Eaxmination

  • Forest Services Examination (Assisstant Conservator of Forests)

  • Police Sub-Inspectors (Unarmed) Examination

  • Range Forest Oficers Examination

  • Stenographers Examination

Details of the MPSC examination such as centers, examination fees, how to apply and exam date is published in most Marathi newspapers such as Navakal and Samna in the month of January.