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New Indian Skill Development Service (ISDS)

India needs a lot of jobs for the youth population. The skill development initiative is intended towards this goal. This is the only way India can reap its demographic dividend. 

The cenrtal government has announced the creation of a new Group A Service, The Indian Skill Development Service (ISDS).

There will be a total of 263 posts in the service. There are 3 posts at Senior Administrative Grade level, 28 posts at Junior Administrative Grade Level, 120 posts at Senior Time Scale Level and 112 posts at Junior Time Scale level.

What is the CTC of an IAS officer?

What is the CTC of an IAS Officer

Indian Adminstrative Services is arguably the most prestigious job in India. So how much money does an IAS officer make? You must have heard about CTC numbers from people working in IT and Software industry. Lets understand the CTC of an IAS officer.

IAS Officers go through five different pay scales Junior Scale, Senior Time Scale, Junior Administrative Grade , Selection Grade and Super Time Scale

How to make notes from newspapers for UPSC

notes for upsc

We all accept the fact that reading newspapers is important for preparation of competitive exams. It becomes even more important for current affairs heavy exams like the Civil Services and for all UPSC exams for that matter. It is also important for exams like Bank PO and SSC.

Two more chances: Good news for UPSC aspirants

Important news for Civil Service aspirants: UPSC has announced that candidates of all categories will get two additional chances.

 

It’s one of the better news for all the civil services aspirants. All the students will get two more attempts for UPSC exams. So all aspirants who tried hard and came close to getting there, they now have a couple more chances to make it.

 

Students Worried over Changes in UPSC Syllabus

The Union Public Service Commission conducts Civil Services Examination. UPSC has recently made some changes to the Civil Services Mains Exam. They have decided to exclude foreign languages such as Persian and Arabic from the optional subjects list for the main examination. This means over a thousand financially backward students from Bihar who have opted for Persian and Arabic as their optional papers will now be excluded from the Civil Services Exam.