Union Public Service Commission Limited Departmental Competitive Examination 2022

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION OVERVIEW

Union Public Service Commission conducts various examinations every year to recruit numerous posts such as IFOS, CAPF, ISS, IES, LDCE etc. 

The UPSC has issued a notification for the Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for the position of Assistant Commandant (Executive) in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). The CISF AC Exe LDCE Exam is set to take place on March 13, 2022. Those who are willing to appear in this examination can go through this notification for all the exam-related information.

Important Dates

EventDates
Application Begin1st December 2021
Last Date To Apply21st December 2021
Exam Date13th March 2022
Admit Card Released21st February 2022

To view and download the official notification, Click Here: UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION CISF ASSISTANT COMMANDANTS [EXECUTIVE] LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION, 2022  

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION APPLICATION

How To Apply

Candidates can apply online for the post of UPSC LDCE through the official website of UPSC, no other mode of application will be accepted. 

If you are facing any trouble in filling out this application form then you can follow the below-mentioned steps: 

1. Visit the official website of the commission by clicking the given link Click Here

2. New candidates have to register themselves by clicking on “New Registration” link.

3. After registration, your Login ID and Password will be sent on your registered email address and/or your contact number.

4. You can now apply using your newly generated login credentials.

5. Upload your details and documents such as image and photograph in the required format and size.

6. Pay your Application Fee through net banking.

7. Candidates will be needed to send a hard copy of the online application form, along with the relevant certification from the authorised authority, to the CISF authorities at the address listed below by December 30th, 2021:

Director-General, Central Industrial Security Force,

13, CGO Complex, Lodi Road,

New Delhi – 110003

Application fee

CategoryApplication Fee
SC/ST/ PwBD/ Female CandidatesRs. 0/-
OthersRs. 200/-

Admit Card

The Commission has released the Admit card and candidates can download it through the official website of UPSC from 21st February 2022.

The direct link to download the Admit Card is given below:

 E-Admit Card Link

In case you still face any difficulty in downloading the Admit card then you can follow the below-mentioned instructions.

  1. Go to the official website i.e.  Click Here
  2. Click on the Forthcoming Examination link given under the examination section and go to the CISF AC(EXE) LDCE-2022 
  3. Now click on the e-admit card link.
  4. The Instructions page will appear in front of you.
  5. In the next step select any of the given options, i.e. By CISF Number or by Roll Number to download your admit card.
  6. Now, enter the required credentials and click on submit button.
  7. Your Admit Card will be displayed on the screen.
  8. Download and take a printout of the same for future references.

(Note: Admit card or hall ticket is the most important document for your examination in which all required details such as your name, date of birth, photo, registration details, name of your centre, date of your examination and reporting time of your examination are mentioned.)

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

(a) Nationality

The candidate must be a citizen of India, a subject of Nepal or Bhutan. Refugees of Tibetan origin can also apply. (In case an aspirant is migrated here to become a permanent citizen of India can also apply).

(b) Age

Candidate’s maximum age limit should be 35 years.

(c) Educational Qualification

Candidates must be Graduated from any recognized university.

(d) Experience

Candidates must have completed 5 years of regular service including basic training.

(e) Physical Standard

Height

CategoryMaleFemale
General/BC/SC170 Cms157Cms
Garhwalis/ Kumaonis/ Dogras/ Marathas or Sikkim/ Nagaland/ Arunachal Pradesh/ Tripura Meghalaya/ Assam/ Mizoram/ Manipur/ Meghalaya/ Himachal Pradesh/ Jammu & Kashmir/ Ladakh.165 Cms155 Cms
ST162.5 Cms154 Cms
Gorkhas & ST of North Eastern157 Cms

Chest (For Male only)

CategoryChest
For all candidates (Except ST)80-885 Cms
ST77-82 Cms

Weight

Weight should be corresponding to Height and age.

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION EXAM PATTERN

Paper-1

SubjectPartNo. of Ques.MarksDuration
General Ability and intelligenceA75150150 minutes (2 ½ hrs)
Professional SkillB75150

Paper-2

SubjectMarksDuration
Essay, Precis Writing and Comprehension100120 minutes (2 hrs)

Stage-3 Candidates have to fit with Medical Standard which is above mentioned to appear in the next stage of the examination.

Stage-4 Physical Efficiency Test

MaleFemale
1.6 km Race in 6:30 Mins800 Meters Race in 4 Mins
100 Meters Race in 16 sec100 Meters Race in 18 sec
High Jump – 3.9 Ft. in 3 chancesHigh Jump – 3 Ft. in 3 chances
Long Jump – 12 Ft. in 3 chancesLong Jump – 9 Ft. in 3 chances
Shot Put (16 Lbs) – 14.8 Ft. in 3 chances 

Note: The Physical Efficiency Test (PET) will be only of qualifying nature but failure even in one of these tests will amount to disqualification.

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION SYLLABUS

Paper-1

SubjectPartTopic
General Ability and intelligenceAGeneral Mental Ability General science Current events Of National; and International Importance General Awareness
Professional SkillBCISF related professional skills Law Computer Skills and awareness Service Rules and HR matters

Paper-2

Subject/TopicAbility Tested
Essay, Precis Writing and Comprehensionability to bring ideas on a specific essay topic and organize them in a cohesive, organized, succinct,  intelligible, and lucid manner ineffective and grammatically accurate language free of spelling issues ability to comprehend the offered passages for précis-writing and comprehension, as well as their ability  to summarise the précis passage and respond to short-answered questions on the comprehension passage.

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION SELECTION

Selection will be based on below mentioned stages.

Stage-1 Checking of Service record- Candidates will not get any marks for this stage.

Stage-2 Written Examination- This examination will be conducted on the OMR sheet. Objective type question will be asked which candidates have to complete in 3 ½ hours.

Stage-3 Candidates have to fit with Medical Standard which is above mentioned to appear in the next stage of the examination.

Stage-4 Physical Efficiency Test

UPSC LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION POST

The exam is being held for a total of 19 vacancies. The distribution of vacancies according to the different categories are given below:

CategoryVacancy
General14
SC03
ST02
Total19

FAQs

  1. What is the UPSC Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE)?
    • The UPSC LDCE is an examination conducted to select eligible government employees for recruitment to various higher civil services and posts within their respective departments.
  2. Who is eligible to appear for the UPSC LDCE?
    • Eligibility criteria can vary depending on the specific department and service. Typically, candidates must have completed a minimum number of years in service and meet other specific requirements outlined by their department.
  3. What are the departments that participate in the UPSC LDCE?
    • Various departments and services under the Central Government may participate in the UPSC LDCE, including the IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS, and other Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ services.
  4. How often is the UPSC LDCE conducted?
    • The frequency of the UPSC LDCE can vary for different departments. Generally, it is held annually, but you should check with your department or refer to the official UPSC website for the most current information.
  5. What is the exam pattern for UPSC LDCE?
    • The exam pattern may vary for different departments, but it typically includes a written examination followed by a personal interview or personality test. The written examination usually consists of multiple-choice questions and/or essay-type questions.
  6. How can I apply for the UPSC LDCE?
    • Eligible government employees should apply for the UPSC LDCE through their respective departments. The application process and deadlines may vary, so it is important to follow the instructions provided by your department.
  7. What are the subjects or syllabus for the UPSC LDCE?
    • The syllabus for the UPSC LDCE can differ based on the department and the service for which the examination is being conducted. Candidates should refer to the official notification and guidelines provided by their department.
  8. What is the age limit for the UPSC LDCE?
    • Age limits can vary based on the specific department and service. Some departments have an upper age limit, while others may not have a specific age restriction. Candidates should check the official notification for details.
  9. How is the selection process conducted for UPSC LDCE?
    • The selection process typically involves a written examination and a personal interview or personality test. The final selection is based on the candidate’s performance in both stages.
  10. What are the benefits of qualifying in the UPSC LDCE?
    • Qualifying in the UPSC LDCE allows government employees to get promoted to higher civil services and posts within their respective departments, which can offer better career prospects and opportunities for serving the nation.

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