UPSC vacancies are the most awaited detail of the UPSC official notification. IAS aspirants eagerly wait to check the IAS vacancies for every year. As, IAS vacancies represents the chances of getting into civil services.
IAS service allocation mainly depends on candidate’s order of service preference, ranking and the civil service vacancies available. UPSC allots the civil service in order of IAS exam exam ranking and reservation. The reservation for civil services will be applicable as per UPSC norms.
Further, in the Detailed Application Form (DAF) candidates have to mention the order of preference of services. So, filling the order of preference is crucial for IAS service allocation.
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‘It is good to have the power to bring a change! because the world needs more of it’.
Indian Civil services works on similar principle, by giving the power to the young IAS officers. So, that they bring the needed change to the society.
Thus, even from the entry level civil service officers are placed at a highly authorized and decision making positions. The civil service officers recruited through IAS exam work under following civil service organization hierarchy.