PCS Coaching In Chandigarh – Introduction
Divine IAS Academy offers best PCS Coaching in Chandigarh. The Punjab Public Service Commission, is an independent and impartial Constitutional Authority, set up under Article 315 of the Constitution of India have to discharge the duties and functions, assigned to them under Article 320 of the Constitution. Further, by virtue of the provisions made in the relevant Acts, the Commission is required to advise the State Government on all matters relating to framing of Recruitment and Promotion Rules, principles to be followed in making appointments, promotion and transfer from one service to another and in respect of disciplinary matters affecting Civil Servants. At present direct recruitment of Class-I & Class-II posts of different departments is done by the Commission.
Divine IAS Academy provides separate batches for STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION also right now we provide education for: Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, U.P, MP, Bihar, M.P., Jharkhand, Rajasthan etc. in both English and Hindi medium. We also provide the separate set of notes for all these states and provide special PCS test series too.
We not only prepare you for exams rather our effort is to make you an “Enlightened” (aware and confident) person.
Kundan Sharma, Teacher
PCS Syllabus and Pattern
|PCS Preliminary Examination Syllabus|
|Paper – I General Studies –||Paper – II Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) –|
|(1) Both the papers will be of objective type multiple choice questions.|
|(2) Duration of each paper for preliminary examination will be two hours.|
|(3) There will be no negative marking.|
|(4) The question paper shall be bilingual and shall be printed in English (Roma script) and Punjabi (Gurmukhi script) except for questions where candidates’ proficiency in language is to be tested.|
|(5) The standard of questions would be to test the knowledge as is expected of a person who graduation level.|
|(6) The Preliminary Examination is only a screening test for selecting candidates who would be eligible to take the Main Examination and the marks obtained in this Examination shall towards the merit of the candidates arrived at after the Main Examination.|
|PCS Main Examination Syllabus|
|(1) All papers shall be descriptive in nature and duration of each paper will be three hours.|
|(2) The main competitive examination shall include seven compulsory papers.|
|(3) Candidates will have the option to attempt all the papers, except the language papers in Punjabi or English medium.|
|(4) Candidates exercising the option to answer Papers in Punjabi language may, if they so desire, give English version within brackets of only the description of the technical terms, if any, in addition to the version in Punjabi language.|
|Punjabi||In Gurumukhi Script – Compulsory (of 10+2 standard)||100|
|English Compulsory||(of 10+2 standard)||100|
|General Studies Paper-I||(History, Geography and Society)||250|
|General Studies Paper-II||(Indian Constitution & Polity , Governance and International Relations)||250|
|General Studies Paper-III||(Economy, Statistics and Security Issues)||250|
|General Studies Paper-IV||(Science &Technology, Environment, Problem Solving & Decision Making)||250|
SOME OF THE KEY POINTS THAT ARE ESSENTIAL TO BE KNOWN BEFORE PURSUING THE PCS EXAMINATION.
Just because the world is turning advanced with each day that is why there is a great advancement in the minds of the people too, that is why now; most of them are establishing their career in the civil services by giving the concerned examination for the same and taking the PCS coaching in Chandigarh. Likewise the other civil services examination , there is yet another one which is the PCS , which is fully known as the Provincial Civil Service or state public services commission (different in every state) , which is an administrative civil service honored under the group-A of the state service in the executive branch of the Government of states. This position is also meant as the feeder service for the Indian Administrative Service in the desired state of the place. A lot of numbers of people are inclined towards pursuing this test, as it is also one of the most reputed examinations that are undertaken by the government of India.
What is PCS course?
PCS course is the preparation course for the Provincial Civil Services which is undertaken by a large number of people for attaining specified posts like the sub-divisional, divisional, district, state by the management of the revenue administration who does the maintenance of the law plus orders. Examination is the toughest of all and one needs to take the classes from the top PCS coaching in Chandigarh. The main service of the cadre controlling service takes place by the Department of Appointment and Personnel of the State government. It carries different and newly made pattern that includes the preliminary exam, and then the main examination which is not really easy because as per the new rules the preliminary is introduced with the negative marking and a more modular approach with the main examination. People pursuing the exam should have a proper domicile of their respective state, a bachelor’s degree from a good university and irrespective of the stream they can pursue the preparation for of the examination.
What is the age limit for PCS exam?
With the number of PCS coaching centers there is also the age limit of the students that must be noted by the educational institutions before giving them admission as the age limit for this examination also varies with the categories; in accordance the general category is liable to give the exam from the age of twenty one year to thirty years of age, whereas for the SC/ST there is an age limit relaxation in comparison to the general one that is of five years and over. In Punjab maximum age is 38 years and in Haryana it is 40 years.
How many attempts are there for PCS?
For undertaking the examination, one should take admission in the PCS institute in Chandigarh which will help one in cracking the exam just in one attempt. The number of attempts that a person can pursue for this examination is in all four, which is for the general category students till the maximum age prescribed by respective state public service commission. Meanwhile, the students belonging to the SC/ST category can give the examination unlimited amount of times as there is no limit for them till the age of thirty five years.
How much study is required for PCS?
For seeking this test, one should get on the boards at the finest institute and should study for around six to seven hours so that the completion of the syllabus and the extra notes plus study material can be done absolutely. So, that in addition the student is liable to practice for all of the same five to six times more, and this would eventually take a lot of hours in a day. This process must be synchronized with the little fifteen to twenty minutes of break in between which will refresh the student and he or she will not have to study for a stretch of continuous hours.
Provided further that candidates belonging to categories (c), (d) (e) and (f) above will not be eligible for appointment to the Indian Foreign Service
Age Criteria for PCS Exam 2017
Candidate should not be less than 21 years and more than 38 years of age as on 1st Jan, 2017.
Educational Qualification for Appearing in PCS Exam 2017
The candidate should possess a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised university or institution. Provided that the candidate may be permitted to take Preliminary Competitive Examination while studying for his degree. However, the candidate shall be required to produce proof of passing the degree course for being eligible to take the Main Competitive Examination during that year.
The Candidates must have passed Punjabi of matric or its equivalent standard as on the last date of receipt of application i.e. 8th October 2012
The Age of the candidate shall be between 21 to 37 years with relaxation for reserved categories as per Govt. instructions mentioned below:-
Provided that in the case of Punjab Police Service, a candidate should have attained the minimum age of twenty one years and should not have attained the age of twenty eight years as on 01-01-2012.
However, in the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes of Punjab the age is relaxed upto 5 years as per Punjab Government Instructions including the Punjab Police Service
The upper age limit for a Punjab Government / Other State Government/ CentralGovernment employees will be relaxed up to 47 years.