IFS News

UPSC IFS Main 2019 exam schedule released, check dates

UPSC IFS Main 2019: The Main examination is scheduled to be conducted from December 1 and will conclude on December 8, 2019

UPSC IFS Main 2019 applications closing tomorrow: Check how to apply, exam date and pattern

UPSC IFS Main 2019: The exam will be held on December 1 and the application process for the same is closing on September 18. Interested can apply at upsc.gov.in or upsconline.nic.in.


UPSC IFS 2019: Application process begins; check eligibility, attempts, how to apply and other details

UPSC IFS 2019: Last date to apply for Indian Forest Service examination is March 18, 2019. The exam will be held on June 2, 2019. Apply at upsc.gov.in.

CAT issues contempt notice to Haryana Chief Secretary over promotion

The application in CAT was filed by Partap Singh Birthal for not considering his claim for promotion to Group A with effect from 2008-09 to the IFS under the Indian Forest Service (Appointment by Promotion) Regulations, 1966, and for grant of other reliefs.

Bribery case: CBI files 1500-page challan against ‘tainted’ IFS officer

Meanwhile, after the challan was submitted on Wednesday, a bail application, filed by Chaudhary, was withdrawn. The bail plea was filed by advocate Jarnail Singh on August 28.

Aravalli Tree Felling Row: Senior IAS man putting pressure, behaving badly with us, say IFS officers

In letter to CM Manohar Lal Khattar Renjitha MH, posted as Divisional Forest Officer in Faridabad, has accused ACS S K Gulati, of verbal abuse, which according to her is “not conducive to establishment of a safe working environment for a lady officer”.


Prelims this Sunday, one rule is putting aspirants off Forest Service

New entrants to the Forest Service want this rule changed. They say it is no longer relevant, and is in fact harming the service.

Open Doors, Broken Walls

Foreign policymaking benefits from diverse inputs. But lateral entry is avoidable.

First visually-impaired woman becomes IFS officer, says she is raring to go

The literature graduate said she was excited and wanted to travel to Delhi as early as possible to take up her responsibility.

To ensure gender balance, UPSC encourages women to apply for civil services exam

"Government strives to have a workforce which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply," the UPSC said.