UPSC 2019 Mains Exam Date
Union Public Service Commission has released the exam date for Civil Services exam 2019. The result for CSE preliminary examination was declared on 13th July 2019, the exam for which was held on 2nd June 2019. Now, the candidates should boost their preparation as the exam dates are also announced. The UPSC Civil Services Mains exam is scheduled to be conducted from 20th to 22nd September and then on 28th & 29th September 2019. E-Admit Card shall be issued three weeks before the commencement of the examination. The e-Admit Card will be made available in the UPSC website. Candidates can click on the given link to check the schedule of papers in UPSC mains examination.
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UPSC 2019 Mains Exam Pattern
The UPSC Civil Services 2019 Mains examination consists of Paper‐I Essay, 4 papers of General Studies: General Studies‐I, General Studies‐II, General Studies‐III, & General Studies‐IV, Paper A: of any Indian Language, Paper B: English and 2 papers of optional subject. Out of the mentioned papers, Paper A and Paper B are qualifying in nature. The rest of the papers will be calculated for merit and candidates will be qualified for the interview on the basis of the merit.