Change in UPSC exam pattern 2018 | Baswan commitee report

Hello students if you are preparing for UPSC civil services exam then this article is for you. Recently baswan committee submitted the report on changes in civil services exam to department of personnel and training for final decision.
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Baswan committee report
Baswan committee was constituted for key changes in UPSC civil services exam and finally baswan committee submitted its report to department of personnel and training for final decision.


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Mr bhartendra Singh baswan is a retired IAS officer from 1967 batch of Madhya Pradesh cadre and later he was in Chhattisgarh cadre after partition of state. He is originally from Uttar Pradesh. He is the one of dynamic and honest IAS officer.

Recommendation by baswan committee
Baswan committee recommended two major changes in UPSC civil services exam.
  1. Suggestion to remove optional paper in mains exam.
  2. Reduction of upper age limit.
These two recommendations are major changes in UPSC civil services exam if it is considered by department of personnel and training. The same recommendation was recommended by Alagh committee in 2000 and also CSAT. CSAT also recommended by khana committee in 2010. It was considered from 2014 civil services exam.

Age limit for UPSC

Category Age before 2014 Age after 2014 New age limit
General 30 32 Pending
OBC 33 35 Pending
ST/SC 35 37 Pending


Optional paper for UPSC
In UPSC civil services exam we have to select optional subject for Mains exam. And optional subject consists of two papers that makes this subject more weighted than others. Trainers of civil services aspirants also feel same like the removal of optional paper will work to the advantage of urban youngsters of UPSC aspirants.

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