UPSC

UPSC Jobs : For Group A & Group B

UPSC jobs
Written by Akash

The Union Public Service is one of the major and fundamental agencies in our nation that has been conferred on the Civil Services Examination, Engineering Services Examination, Combined Defence Services Examination, National Defence Academy Examination, Naval Academy Examination and Combined Medical Services Examination. The first Public Service Commission came in to being on 1st October 1926.

Union Public Service Commission recruitment proposes a prodigious and remarkable profession in several posts including Library Attendant, Accounts Officer, Lineman, Motor Transport Supervisor, Protocol Assistant, Marketing Officer, Junior Research Officer, Assistant Professor.

Interested candidates can pursue courses in Matriculation, Motor Mechanic Certificate, 12th standard passed, Master’s Degree in Agriculture or Botany or Agricultural Economics or Agricultural Marketing or Economics or Commerce, Master’s Degree in Mathematics/Statistics, Postgraduate Diploma in Personnel Management for a great career at Union Public Service Commission.

There are 2 types of services that aspirants may take up for UPSC CSE (Civil Service Examination) on the account of ranks and grade when you submit the application with-

  • GROUP A SERVICES
  • GROUP B SERVICES

GROUP A SERVICES offers following services: 


 INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE (IAS) 


It is the most -pursued by all contenders. Suppose, you are a wide-ranging merit contender, it is natural for you to be well-versed with Rank 90 to enroll in IAS. IAS officers assist b the Central and State Governments and virtually all the departments and ministries are controlled by IAS officers. They are at the high peak of career.

INDIAN POLICE SERVICE (IPS) 


Maintenance of Law and Order is the key purpose of these officers. It is a costumed service combined with decorations. Owing to the intricate nature of scheme IPS also is contributing towards job variability. IPS officers also head the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). These armed forces have varied responsibilities from guarding the country’s borders to protecting industrial installations to protecting the Prime Minister.

INDIAN FOREIGN SERVICE (IFS) 


These officers signify our nation in many ways. They are required to maintain Brand worldwide. They are dispatched to the Ministry of External Affairs in Delhi where International Policy decisions are taken in what is known as South Block where the ministry is housed.

INDIAN REVENUE SERVICE (IT) (IRS-IT) 


These officers produce earnings for the Government through income tax. All taxes that are imposed on income are to be gotten together the incomes and fulfill the expenses of the government.

INDIAN REVENUE SERVICE (CBEC) (IRS-Customs) 


Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) is a portion of the Department of Revenue under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. The officers in this department agree with the responsibilities of the formulation of policy regarding tax and collection of Customs and Central Excise duties and Service Tax, inhibition of smuggling and administration of matters relating to Customs, Central Excise, Service Tax, and Narcotics.

INDIAN AUDIT AND ACCOUNT SERVICE (IAAS) 


Indian Audit and Accounts Department (IAAD) have contributions in constitutional authority named as CAG (Comptroller and Auditor General) in the accomplishment of his constitutional obligations. Indian Audit and Accounts Service (IAAS) officers assist as the top management of audit department.

INDIAN INFORMATION SERVICE (IIS) 


These officers undertake the government’s print media, electronic media, advertising needs of ministries and act as press advisors. They regulate certified media. They get to work for the management of Door darshan and All India Radio.

 INDIAN CIVIL ACCOUNT SERVICES (ICAS) 


The departure of inspection from accounts at the Central level has brought about the conception of this service. These officers sustain the financial records of the government. Public Financial Management is what you do as an ICAS officer. Consequently, they accomplish receipts, payments, pension, accounting and financial reporting and internal audit in the civil ministries.

INDIAN CORPORATE LAW SERVICE (ICLS) 


These officers govern the viable sector in the country. They are entrusted with the enactment of Companies Act and Limited Liability Partnership Act.

 INDIAN TRADE SERVICE (ITS) 


These officers manage India’s international trade and commerce. They frame India’s Foreign Trade Policy and partake in the international trade negotiations at the multidimensional setting like World Trade Organisation. Export promotion, quality checks, etc are some other roles.

INDIAN POSTAL SERVICE 


These officers bring about delivery facilities in our nation. There are numerous workers helping in this section and post offices are situated all over the place.

This is related to the department of posts. These officers maintain the accounts and finance of the department as there are many employees and offices.

INDIAN RAILWAY ACCOUNT SERVICE (IRAS)


Indian railways are the chief government employer and acquire the domination of offering rail services in the country, IRAS officers maintain railway accounts.

INDIAN RAILWAY PERSONNEL SERVICE (IRPS) 


These officers are similar to the HR of Railways.

 INDIAN RAILWAY TRAFFIC SERVICE (IRTS)  


These officers are able to accomplish the duty for passenger and cargo traffic of Indian Railways.

 RAILWAY PROTECTION FORCE (RPF) 


These officers assist as security commissioners in the Railway Protection Force.

GROUP B SERVICES 


ARMED FORCES HEADQUARTERS CIVIL SERVICE (AFHQ)


The officers of AFHQ subsidize suggestively in the operation of Armed Forces Headquarters/Inter-Service Organizations excluding technical and fight parts in respect of the Armed Forces.

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