ALL POSTS LIST OF UPSC CSE

Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) conducts Civil Services Examination almost every year for the recruitment of bureaucrats under the Government of India. The services are divided under 3 heads-

 

  1. All India Services
  2. Group- A Services or Central Services
  3. Group- B Services or State Services

 

The further subdivision of these posts goes as-

 

All India Services

 

  • Indian Administrative Service

 

  • It is one of the three All India Services, responsible for formulating and implementing Government Policies for the welfare of the Nation.
  • Their training centre is at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie.
  • It is one of the topmost services which is offered by being selected through the Civil Services Examination.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Indian Police Service

 

  • It is one among the three All India Services where officers get recruited at senior positions in Police Service.
  • Their training centre is at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad.
  • IPS Officers occupy senior positions in RAW, IB, CBI, etc.

 

  • Indian Forest Service

 

  • One among the three All India Services, this comes under the Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change.
  • The highest designation of IFoS serving with the Central Government is Director General (DG) of Forests and with the State Government is Principal Chief Conservator of Forests.

 

 

Group- A Services or Central Services

  • Indian Foreign Service (IFS)

 

  • IFS officers begin their training at LBSNAA and then move on to Foreign Service Institute located in New Delhi.
  • One of the most popular Group ‘A’ civil services, IFS officers handle the foreign affairs of India and can go on to become High Commissioner, Ambassadors, Permanent Representative of India at UN, and Foreign Secretary.
  • A candidate selected into IFS cannot reappear for the Civil Service Exam.

 

  • Indian Audit and Accounts Service

 

  • IA&AS is one of the most popular Group ‘A’ civil services with the training centre at NAAA, Shimla.
  • This cadre does the financial auditing of Central Government, State Governments and Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs).
  • This cadre comes under Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG).

 

 

  • Indian Civil Accounts Service

 

  • Functioning under the Ministry of Finance, this cadre comes under the Group ‘A’ civil service.
  • Their training centre is at National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM), Faridabad & Institute of Government Accounts and Finance (INGAF).
  • The head of this cadre is Controller General of Accounts.

 

  • Indian Corporate Law Service

 

  • Their training centre is at ICLS Academy, located at Manesar Campus of Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs(IICA).
  • Probationary officers are given extensive training on law, economics, finance and accounting.
  • The primary objective of this service is to govern the corporate sector in India.
  • This functions under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

 

  • Indian Defence Accounts Service

 

  • The officers of this cadre are first trained at CENTRAD, New Delhi. Then, NIFM; National Academy Of Defence Financial Management Institute, Pune.
  • The main objective of this cadre is to audit defence accounts and comes under the Ministry of Defence.
  • It is headed by Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA) and also acts as Chief Accounts Officer to the Heads of DRDO, BRO and Ordnance Factories.

 

  • Indian Defence Estates Service

 

  • The training centre is at the National Institute of Defence Estates, located in New Delhi.
  • The primary objective of this service is to manage the cantonments and land belonging to the defence establishment.

 

  • Indian Information Service, Junior Grade

 

  • This is Group ‘A’ service which is responsible for managing the media wing of the Government of India.
  • The primary responsibility of this service is to act as a bridge between the Government and the public.
  • IIS comes under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
  • The initial training for recruits of this cadre takes place at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC).
  • Officers from this cadre work in different media departments like DD, PIB, AIR etc.

 

  • Indian Postal Service, Group

 

  • The training centre is at Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postal Academy (RAKNPA) located in Ghaziabad.
  • IPoS officers are recruited as higher grade officers in India Post responsible for diverse services offered by India Post; from traditional postal services, banking, e-commerce services, disbursing old-age pensions, MGNREGA wages.

 

  • Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)

 

  • The training centre is at National Academy of Defence Production located at Nagpur for a period of 1 year 3 months.
  • Their main objective is to manage a large number of Indian Ordnance Factories which produce defence equipment, arms and ammunition.
  • This service comes under the Ministry of Defence.

 

  • Indian Communication Finance Services (ICFS)

 

  • Earlier known as Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service (IP&TAFS), the training centre is at National Institute of Financial Management located at Faridabad.
  • The primary objective of this cadre is to provide accounting and financial services to Indian Posts and Telecommunication Departments.

 

  • Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS)

 

  • IRAS officers are responsible for maintaining and managing the finances and accounts of the Indian Railways.
  • The probationers have to undergo a training programme for two years at the National Academy of Direct Taxes in Nagpur; Railway Staff College in Vadodara; and specialized training institutes along with on construction organizations, division, manufacturing establishments of the Indian Railways, and zonal railways.

 

  • Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS)

 

  • The training is initiated at LBSNAA and further continues at various institutes like National Academy of Direct Taxes, RCVP Noronha Academy of Administration, Dr Marri Channa Reddy Human Resource Development Institute and National Academy of Indian Railways located at Vadodara.
  • The officers have to manage the leviathan Human Resources of Indian Railways.
  • Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS)

 

  • The training centre is at Railway Staff College located at Vadodara and Indian Railway Institute of Transportation Management located in Lucknow.
  • The primary responsibility of officers is to generate revenue for Indian Railways and hence the service acts as the bridge between railways and public; railways and corporate sector.
  • They also have to manage the Operation and commercial wings of Indian Railways.

 

  • Indian Railway Protection Force Service

 

  • The training centre is at Jagjivan Ram Railway Protection Force Academy located at Lucknow.
  • The main objective of this cadre is to provide fool proof security to Indian Railway passengers and protect the property and assets of Indian Railways.
  • RPF is a Paramilitary force and comes under the Ministry of Railways.

 

  • Indian Revenue Service (IRS)

 

  • Their initial training is at LBSNAA and further continues at NADT which is located at Nagpur and National Academy of Customs, Excise and Narcotics located at Faridabad.
  • Coming under the Ministry of Finance, their primary objective is to collect direct and indirect taxes.

 

  • Indian Trade Service

 

  • The training centre is at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade located in New Delhi.
  • They have to manage the International Trade and Commerce for the country and come under the Ministry of Commerce.
  • It is headed by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT).

 

Group-B Services or State Services

 

  • Armed Forces Headquarters

 

  • They provide basic support services to Indian Armed Forces and Inter-Services Organisations.
  • This service comes under the Ministry of Defence.
  • The Defence Secretary is the head of this cadre.

 

  • Delhi, Andaman, and the Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu, and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service (DANICS)

 

  • This service acts as a feeder service to the Indian Administrative Service.
  • The full form is Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Civil Services functioning under the Government of India.
  • The initial posting of officers from cadre is the role of Assistant Collector (District Administration, Delhi).
  • The officers from this cadre are responsible for the administrative functions of the Delhi and other Union Territories.

 

 

  • Delhi, Andaman, and the Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu, and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police Service (DANIPS)

 

  • DANIPS is an acronym for “NCT of Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police Service”.
  • It is a federal police service in India, administering Delhi and the Union Territories of India.

 

  • Pondicherry Civil Service (PONDICS)

 

  • The recruitment for this cadre along with the Pondicherry Police Service takes place through the Civil Service Examination conducted by UPSC.

 

 

 

 

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