IAS :-

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is the central recruiting agency in India. The major role played by the UPSC is to select person to man the various central Civil Services and Post and the Service common to the Union and States (All India Services). Under the Constitution one of the functions of the UPSC is to conduct examinations for appointment to Civil Services of the Union. The commission usually conducts over a dozen examinations every year on an all India basic. These include Examinations for recruitment to services in various fields, such as Civil Services, Forest Service, Engineering, and Medical etc.

The Civil Services Examination (CSE) offers the widest range of jobs in our country and is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). There are about twenty-four (24) services offered through this single examination. Some of the top services offered are the two All India Services, viz., the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and the Indian Police Service (IPS) along with the other central services, viz., Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS), Indian Customs & Central Excise Services, etc.

PCS :-

PCS stands for Provincial Civil Services. PCS exam is held for the recruitment of candidates for the civil service posts of that particular state. These posts are under the control of the State government. It is advisable for the students to appear for both the PCS and IAS exams simultaneously because the syllabus is almost same with a slight difference.
At present the Union Public Service Commission conduct their examinations at numerous venues spread over 42 regular centers throughout the country. There are several other Public Service Commission i.e. Uttar Pradesh (UPPSC), Bihar (BPSC), Jharkhand (JPSC), Madhya Pradesh (MPPSC), Rajasthan (RPSC), etc.

Success Mantra to Crack Civil Services Exam :

■ Dedication
■ Hard work
■ Patience
■ Self Confidence
■ Time Management
■ Writing Skills
■ Personal Attention
■ Examination Tactics
■ Strategy

■ Dedication■ Hard Work
■ Patience■ Self Confidence
■ Time Management■ Writing Skills
■ Personal Attention■ Examination Tactics