notification 2012

                                        THE CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION-2012

               The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is conducted every year by theUnion Public Service Commission (UPSC) as a common examination forrecruitment to various services like the Indian Administrative Service,Indian Foreign Service and Indian Police Service, as well as Group A andGroup B Central Services. The notification for the examination, (givingrules and the syllabus for all subjects included in the exam) is published inthe month of November/December every year in EmploymentNews/Rozgar Samachar and Gazette of India as well as in someNewspapers.All students are advised to get a copy of this notification fromthe Employment News or other publications.

             The UPSC has changed the pattern of the Exam from 2012 and hasreplaced the existing Preliminary Examination with a Civil ServicesAptitudeTest (CSAT), which will be a common Test for all candidates.The Aptitude Test Consisting of Paper I and Paper II will be of objectivetype. The test will be common for all candidates.With the above change the Civil Services Examination, 2012 willconsist of

a. The CivilServices Aptitude Test - CSAT (Objective Type) for theselection of candidates for the Main Examination
b. Civil Services Main Examination (Written) and
c. A Final Interview for those who pass the Main Exam.

I. Aptitude Test
The Aptitude Test will be held by the UPSC normally on a Sunday in thelatter half of May every year. The exact date will be published in the
Notification.The Aptitude Test will have two papers (Papers I & II) of the Objective(Multiple Choice) type questions and carries a maximum of 200 marks each.Each paper will be of two hours duration.2Penalty for Wrong Answers

i) There will be a penalty (negative marking) for wrong answersmarked by a candidate in the objective papers. For each questionfor which a wrong answer has been marked, 1/3rd of themarks assigned to that question will be deducted as a penalty.

 ii) If a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as awrong answer even if one of the given answers happens to becorrect and therewill be the same penalty as in i) above for thatquestion.

iii) If a question is left blank i.e. no answer is given by the candidate,there will be no penalty for that question.The Examination Centres for the Aptitude Test are: Agartala, Ahmedabad,Aizawl, Aligarh, Allahabad, Aurangabad, Bengaluru, Bareilly, Bhopal,Chandigarh, Chennai, Cuttack, Dehradun, Delhi, Dharwad, Dispur ,Gangtok, Hyderabad, Imphal, Itanagar, Jaipur, Jammu, Jodhpur, Jorhat,
Kochi, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji(Goa), Patna, Pondicherry, Port Blair, Raipur, Ranchi, Sambalpur, Shillong,Shimla, Srinagar, Tirupati, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur andVishakhapatnam.*

II. Main ExaminationOnly those who are declared by the Commission to have qualified in thePreliminary Examination in a year, are eligible for admission to the MainExamination of that year, provided they are otherwise eligible for admissionto the Main Examination.* All informationfurnished herein is based on the UPSC Notification for CSE 2010 and 2011. TheNotification for CSE 2012 is expected to be published in January 2012.
       The number of candidates admitted to the Main Examination is generallyabout 20 times the total approximate number of vacancies to be filled thatyear in the various services and posts.The written part of the Main Examination is usually conducted inOctober/November every year spread over a period of 3 weeks andconsists of 9 papers, as detailed below, of the conventional essay-typequestions, in the subjects prescribed by the Commission.The Main Examination is intended to assess the overall intellectual traits andthe depth of understanding of the candidates, rather than merely the rangeof their information and memory. Sufficient choice of questions will beallowed in the question papers.The Question Papers (III to IX) will be set both in Hindi and English.

                            The Level of Optional Subject PapersTwo subjects are to be selected from the prescribed list of optionalsubjects. The papers are broadly of the Honours degree level, i.e. a levelhigher than the Bachelor’s degree and lower than the Master’s degree. InEngineering, Law and Medical Sciences, the level corresponds to theBachelor’s degree.Pattern of the Main ExaminationThe written examination will consist of the following papers:CompulsoryPaper I One of the Indian Languages* 300 marks

Paper II English 300 marksPapers I and II are of a qualifying nature only. The marks obtained inthem will not count for ranking purposes.
Paper III Essay 200 marksPapers IV & V General Studies - (Papers I & II) 300 marks each
4Optional Subjects - (2 Subjects)

Papers VI & VII Optional I (Papers I & II) 300 marks each
Papers VIII & IX Optional II (Papers I & II) 300 marks each

Grand Total (Papers III to IX) 2000 marks

  i. The aim of Papers I and II is to test the candidate’s ability to readand understand serious discursive prose and to express his/her
ideas clearly and correctly in English/the Indian language concerned.These papers will be of the Matriculation level and of the qualifyingnature; the marks obtained in these papers will not be counted forranking.

ii. Paper I (Indian Language) will not, however, be compulsory forcandidates hailing from the North Eastern States of ArunachalPradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland or the Stateof Sikkim.

iii. Candidates have the option to answer Papers III to IX in Englishor in one of the Indian languages as per Schedule VIII of theConstitution of India.*III. InterviewThe number of candidates who pass the Main Exam and are called for theInterview is usually more than twice the number of likely vacancies. A totalof 300 marks is alloted for the Interview.Final RankingThe total marks obtained in the Main Examination - both written and interview - will determine the candidate’s rank in the final selection.* Indian Languages as per Schedule VIII of the Constitution of India: Assamese, Bengali,Bedo (Devanagari), Dogri (Devanagari), Maithili (Devanagari), Santali (Devanagari or olchiki)Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya,Persian, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi (Devanagari or Arabic Script), Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.

5i. Nationality:
(1) For the Indian Administrative Service and the IndianPolice Service, the candidate must be a citizen of India.
(2) For other Services a candidate, subject to certain conditions,must be either
(a) a citizen of India or
(b) a subject of Nepal or
(c) a subject of Bhutan or
(d) a Tibetan refugee satisfying certain conditions or
(e) a person of Indian origin who has migrated fromPakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka or some specified EastAfrican countries and Vietnam with the intention ofpermanently settling in India.

ii. Age:
A candidate for CSE 2012 must have attained the age of21 years and must not have attained the age of 30 years on 1stAugust, 2012 i.e. he/she must have been born not earlierthan 2nd August, 1982 and not later than 1st August, 1991.The upper age limit will be relaxable by 5 years for Scheduled Caste /Scheduled Tribe candidates, by 3 years for candidates of OBCand by various periods for certain other categories.

iii. Qualification: A candidate must hold a degree from any IndianUniversity or other educational institution deemed as a University orpossess an equivalent qualification (there is no restriction on thebasis of marks, class or duration of the course.)A candidate who is in the final year of his/her degree course canapply for and appear in the Aptitude Test. However, he/sheEligibility
6should submit proof of his/her qualification while applyingin the month of July/August 2012 for the Main Examination, if

iv. Number of Attempts: A candidate is allowed four attempts only,subject to the age limits. Appearance in any one of the two papersof the Aptitude Test will be considered as an attempt.Submission of CSAT Application to UPSC and receipt of the Hall
Ticket will not be treated as an attempt if the candidate does notappear at all in either paper. An OBC candidate is allowed a
maximum of seven attempts subject to the age limit with relaxation.There is no ceiling on the number of attempts for a candidateBelonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe, subject to theage limit with relaxation.

v. Reservation: Reservation will be made for candidates belonging toScheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes andPhysically disabled categories in respect of vacancies as may be fixedby the Government from time to time.Admission Fee for the CSE Aptitude Test.
           A candidate seeking admission to the Aptitude Test must pay theprescribed fee (currently Rs.50) to the UPSC (candidates from ScheduledCastes/Scheduled Tribes are not required to pay any fee). Payment mustbe made by affixing a single Central Recruitment Fee Stamp on thestandard Application Form.Application for the Aptitude TestThe Application should be submitted for the Aptitude Test only. Theapplication forms are not supplied by the UPSC, but will be available atall designated Head Post Offices/Post Offices on a cash payment of theprescribed fee. The relevant examination rules and Notice will bepublished in the Employment News and an abridged version published
7in leading daily newspapers. Central Recruitment Fee (CRF) stamps ofRs.50/- and Rs.100/- denomination specially designed for optical scanningare available at designated HPOs/POs. Candidates are advised not to useany photo copies/unauthorised printed copies of the form which are likelyto be rejected. Candidates should go through the instructions givenin the Application Form carefully and fill the Application Form inthe correct manner so that it does not get rejected.Last Date of ApplicationThe completed Application Form for the Aptitude Test must reach theSecretary,

Union Public Service Commission,

Dholpur House,
New Delhi 110 069,

        Registered Post or by personal delivery at thecounter, on or before the due date. Candidates are advised not to wait tillthe last date but submit their applications at the earliest so that it reachesthe UPSC in time. If the Admit Card for the Aptitude Test is not received,the Facilitation Counter of UPSC should be contacted for informationand help. The Commission's website can also be accessed at
                     Application for the Main ExaminationCandidates who appeared in the Aptitude Test and who are declared bythe UPSC to have qualified for admission to the Main Examination, mustapply again for the Main Exam, in the detailed application form which willbe sent to them by the UPSC, along with the prescribed fee (currentlyRs.100/-) in the form of Central Recruitment Fee Stamp.The completed Application Form for the Aptitude Test, togetherwith the enclosures must be sent to the UPSC, New Delhi.
8Syllabus and Other Details
                       The notification and syllabus for CSE 2012 will be released by the UPSCin January 2012 in Employment News and Rozgar Samachar. Candidatesare advised to see the Press advertisement and obtain EmploymentNews/Rozgar Samachar from News Agents.
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure compliance with allrequirements of the UPSC for application to write the CSE.The results of the Aptitude Test will likely be announced around the firstweek of August 2012 and that of the Main Exam in the Second week ofMarch 2013. The results are normally available with the local PressInformation Bureau, on the UPSC website and/or through EmploymentNews.
                           State Public Service Commissions hold examinations for recruitment toState-level Administrative posts of Group I etc., as and when required. Thesyllabus and pattern for these examinations will be more or less the sameas those for the Civil Services Examination. Our study material would,therefore, be generally useful for the preparation of the State ServicesExaminations. Although our course is targeted specifically only towardsthe Civil Services Exams, candidates wanting to write the State PublicService Exam, may on their own volition, opt to use our study material byenrolling under our CSE Enrolment.

               The Civil Services which constitutes all the departments running theAdministration are the back bone of any Government machinery. A desireto serve the country as well as the power that come with these jobs is adefinite reason to take the examination. But the long drawn out examprocess, which tests both intensive as well as extensive knowledge, needsspecial preparation and a focused approach.
The Civil Services Examination is a three-stage process - Aptitude Test,Main Exam and Interview - in which a candidate has to exclusively andsuccessively qualify at each stage. It is, therefore, advisable that one shouldplan for an integrated preparation to cover both the Aptitude Test and theMain Exam.Brilliant’s ‘Total Strategy’ Package for CSE candidates consists ofconcurrent material for the Aptitude Test and Main Exam. Our packageprovides material for Papers I & II of the Aptitude Test as well as for GSand two Optionals for the Main Exam.This is an integrated course of support for the Aptitude Test and Mainexamination as well as for the Interview. The Civil Services Examinationbeing highly competitive, preparation for the Aptitude Test and MainExaminations must be concurrent. This also gives the student widerexposure and knowledge even for the Aptitude Test.
             Medium of InstructionThe course material is in the English medium and only students who canfollow our lessons in the English medium should apply for enrolment.Course Material for the Aptitude TestThe course material for the Aptitude Test will be in the form of short noteson all topics prescribed under the syllabus. An exhaustive Sectional Test10Paper/Question Bank consisting of a variety of Multiple Choice Questionsis also included in each Set. It is essential that students practise these Testsand the Question Bank under examination conditions in order to developthe skill necessary - speed with accuracy - in answering such questions inthe Aptitude Test.The study materials for Paper I will comprise eight sets and for Paper IIsix sets; despatch will commence in April 2011 and be completed byMarch, 2012.A select Bibliography of additional source material is also included for thestudent's reference.The Question Paper for the 2011 Aptitude Test, with answers will beprovided. Further, close to the time of the Aptitude Test, a Model TestPaper to further enhance the level of preparedness before the exam, willalso be sent.
                         Course Material for the Main ExamThe course materials for General Studies and Optionals will contain athorough treatment of the topics given in the syllabus in the form of notes,short and long essays. Questions from previous years’ CSE QuestionPapers will be indicated under each topic. Further, an assignment will alsobe given in each set. It is essential that students answer these assignments
on their own and send the answers to us, for evaluation and return by ourProfessors along with their suggestions. A select bibliography will begivenfor the students’ reference for additional source materials.The study materials will be in twelve sets each in General Studies andthetwo optional subjects and will be despatched at regular intervals to becompleted by August, 2012.The study materials for Essay and Compulsory English will have anapproach paper, adequate exercises for improving the art of writingEnglish, and model essays.The most recent five years’ CSE Main Exam Question Papers with theiranswers will be provided as additional guidance for students. One ModelTest Paper with answers will also be sent as a final boost to the student’spreparation.

                  11We do not offer support for Paper I - Indian Language, for optionalsMedical Sciences, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry &VeterinaryScience,Botany, Civil Engineering, Geology, Law, Philosophy, Statistics andLiterature (all languages).Current Affairs and  Backgrounders      A “Current Affairs” booklet with short essays discussing in-depthimportant national and international events of the month, and   aCalendar       of  Events with a short description of the events of the month will be sentevery month. Students enrolled in our course for CSE 2012 will receive24 such issues, from April 2011 to March 2013.Two Backgrounders presenting select issues in Current Affairs in properperspective will also be sent; the first in June 2012 and the second inAugust 2012.Interview SupportTo help candidates get an idea of what to expect at the Interview, topicsrelating to personality and bearing will be dealt with in special counsellingdespatches after the completion of the Main examination; these will bemailed between January and March 2013 to all candidates who qualify forthe Main examination. For this purpose, students must send us theirUPSC Roll Numbers and the results of the Aptitude Test without fail.Doubt Letter SchemeOur lines of communication between the teacher and the taught are alwaysopen.

               The student should send us his/her questions in writing with his/hersolutions/answers in the prescribed format and indicate the working steps.Doubts must be restricted to 5 per letter and be within the examinationsyllabus. Specific references to the Subject, Set, Page and Question Numbermust also be given. Questions in different subjects should be on separatesheets of papers.It will be our Professors’ endeavour to satisfy students about relevant anddifficult questions and genuine doubts that arise within the syllabus in thecourse of their preparation with our study material.The student is expected to put in special efforts to find the solution byhimself/herself before writing to us. Doubt Letters will cease to beanswered two months before the examination.


We offer:
* An 18-month stream commencing April 2011 and concluding
September 2012. Enrolment closes on June 30, 2011.
* A 15-month stream commencing July 2011 and concluding
September 2012. Enrolment closes on September 30, 2011.
* A 12-month stream commencing October 2011 and concluding
September 2012. Enrolment closes on December 31, 2011.
* A 9-month stream commencing January 2012 and concluding
September 2012. Enrolment closes on March 15, 2012.
The streams vary only in duration. All four have identical study
material - the shorter duration streams are not abridged courses.
It will be to the student’s advantage to opt for the longer stream in order
to have the maximum amount of time for study, preparation and revision.


We offer the following Optional subjects for the 2012 Civil Services Main
Anthropology Geography Political Science &
Chemistry History International Relations
Commerce & Management Psychology
Accountancy Mathematics Public Administration
Economics Mechanical Engg Sociology
Electrical Engg. Physics Zoology


13We do not offer support for the following:
Indian Language (Paper I), Literature (all languages), Medical Science,Agriculture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany,
Civil Engineering, English Literature,Geology, Law, Philosophyand Statistics for the Main Examination.

Note: The following combinations of Main Optionals are NOTpermitted by the U.P.S.C. for the Civil Services Examination:
1. Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
2. Anthropology and Sociology
3. Commerce & Accountancy and Management
4. Management and Public Administration
5. Mathematics and Statistics
6. Political Science & International Relations and Public Administration
7. Any two Engineering subjects (Civil/Mechanical/Electrical)
8. Medical Science and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
Choice of Optional Subjects
Students are advised to devote considerable thought and care to theirchoice of Optional subjects for the Main Exam since this is an important
decision for success. We provide the following guidelines to help students   make this crucial decision:

(i) The student must remember that the standard for the Main Exam isof the Honours levelThe student will, therefore, need to acquire this standard in the chosensubjects in order to compete with those who have studied thesesubjects at the Graduate or Post Graduate level.14

(ii) It would, therefore, be advisable to choose subjects with which thestudent is already familiar to a large extent, having studied itattheGraduate/PG level.

(iii) Do not be carried away by the impression that some subjects areeasier to score in than others. Performance depends upon the levelof individual proficiency in the subject

.(iv) Students with an Engineering background often choose Mathematicsor Physics as an Optional, depending on how strong they arein those subjects.

(v) A non-engineering student should avoid the EngineeringSubjects - Civil, Mechanical or Electrical, unless he/she has at least a diploma in that subject. Similarly, if a student has not qualified in Law,either as a graduate or undergraduate, it would be advisable not tochoose Law as anOptional for the Main Exam.

(vi) Finally, the time available to the student and how quickly he or shecan come up to the level required for the Civil Service Exam should
also play a major role in the choice of Optional subjects.After the student has started his/her preparation, any change in the optionalsubject, mid-stream, will involve an additional charge and will alsoconsiderably upset the student’s schedule of preparation. It is, therefore,
best avoided.
                   Normally we will not accept any change in Optionals after enrolment.It is imperative, therefore, that the student exercises utmost care inselecting up the Optionals at the time of enrolment. However, inexceptional cases, where a change of Optional is unavoidable, such
requests for change must be received by us in writing preferably within amonth from the date of enrolment. Each such request will be considered
with a view to assisting the student to the best extent possible and thestudent will be advised of the additional charge involved. Payment must bereceived within two weeks, failing which it will be presumed that thestudent is no longer interested in the change and the despatch of study
materials in the existing Optionals will be resumed. Along with thepayment, the Student should also return the Admit Card, which will be
returned after recording the change of Optional. We, however, reserve theright not to effect any change in the Optional. Return of course material
will not be accepted under any circumstances in lieu of the fee for effectingthe change.Since we believe that any subject requires at least 6 to 8 months of in-depthstudy, a change of Optionals for the Main Exam will not be allowed afterApril 2012.ENROLMENT
                This is an integrated course of support for the Aptitude Test and Mainexaminations as well as for the Interview. The Civil Services Examinationbeing highly competitive, preparation for the Aptitude Test and MainExaminations must be concurrent. This also gives the student widerexposure and knowledge even for the Aptitude Test; the objective patternof the CSAT questions calls for in-depth knowledge and a good grasp ofthe fundamentals in the subject.The fee for the course is Rs. 18,690/- + Service Tax Rs. 1925/-.Total Rs. 20,615/- to be paid in full at the time of enrolment.

For students offering Medical Science, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry& Veterinary Science, Botany, Civil Engineering, Literature (allLanuages),Geology, Law, Philosophy, Statistics as one Main Optional:Fee: Rs. 16,810/- + Service Tax Rs. 1731/-. Total: Rs. 18,541/-Fees, once paid, will not be refunded or adjusted under anycircumstances.

16       The Second AttemptReenrolment for CSE 2013 will open in June 2012. Students wishing toreenrol for CSE 2013 for a second subsequent attempt with or withoutchange of Main Optional(s) should write to us for the ReenrolmentProspectus and Enrolment Form after the results of the 2012 Aptitude Testhave been announced.Course material sent for the first attempt should be preserved

                Requests for duplicate copies of study material will not beentertained at any point of time.The despatch of study material for changed Optionals will commencesoon after re-enrolment. The material for the new Optional(s) will be sentin line with the schedule of despatch to our regular CSE 2013 students,while despatch to students who re-enrol without a change in any Optionalwill depend on the Programme they reenrol for.Our former students who wish to re-enrol for CSE 2012 after a gap ofa few years are also welcome to write to us for a re-enrolment form whichare available from June, 2011. These students are strongly advised to takeGeneral Support so that they will get Current Affairs/Current Events inorder to get updated in general knowledge as well as the Interview Supportprovided they clear the Aptitude Test.Complete details about the support for repeat attempts will be availableon request and on our website from June 2012.



The student should send us:
1. The Enrolment Form, completed and signed on both sides,and with a passport size photograph pasted in the space provided.
2. Two additional signed copies of the photograph (preferably colour)with the Enrolment Form.Note: Enrolment Forms without the three photographs will notbe accepted.
3. Payment can be made by:

a. A crossed Demand Draft, drawn in favour of BrilliantTutorials Pvt. Ltd, payable at Chennai.

b. Money Order - please include the student's full postal addressand course in the coupon.

c. Net Banking / Online Credit Card / Bank Transfer (BankRouting Details on Enrolment Form).Log on to and follow instructionsfor online enrolment.

d. Cash or Credit Card at any of our Centres - See page 20.Personal cheques will not be accepted.Note: Students resident outside India must follow the remittanceinstructions given on the Enrolment Form they receive.Note: When calling to enquire about the status of your application,pleasehave the following information ready:
• A copy of your application form
• D/D Number and Date or Money Order Receipt
Number and Date
• Issuing Bank / Post Office

• For Net Banking / Credit Card or Online Bank Payment:Reference Number / Transaction Confirmation Number andDate
• Mode of Despatch of Application (Courier, Registered Post,Speed Post, Ordinary Post)
• Date of DespatchPlease wait at least 15 days after date of despatch before calling.

We are pleased and proud to announce the launch of the FIRST
COMPREHENSIVE set of student-centric services:

1. A "Live Chat Support" service on our website. Instead ofgoing through the laborious process of sending an email orcalling for any clarifications that students or parents may need,all they now need to do is log on to our website - - and get their questions answeredwithout any delay. It’s that easy!
2. We will send timely information by email or sms alerts to ourstudents about despatch of their course material, notification
about our online and sit-down tests, test result availability is imperative therefore that all students give us their email idsand cell phone numbers.And coming soon
3. An exhaustive student and parent portal to allow the studentand the Parent to get all pertinent information like cumulative
test scores, dispatch details etc.As always, Brilliant Tutorials leads the way in the service ofthe youth of this country.
19BRILLIANT’S PRIZE SCHEMEFORCIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION, 2012BRILLIANT TUTORIALS has great pleasure in announcing thfollowing Prize Scheme for our students writing the Civil ServicesExamination in 2012.Brilliant’s students, enrolled in any of our courses towards the CivilServices Examination, winning the ALL INDIA
First Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs.2,00,000
Second Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs.1,00,000
Third Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 50,000
Fourth Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 40,000
Fifth Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 30,000
Sixth Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 25,000
Seventh Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 20,000
Eighth Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 15,000
Ninth Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 10,000
Tenth Rank will receive a Cash Prize of Rs. 5,000
11th to the 100th Rank Rs. 4,000 each

Rank 101 and above declared in the final list Rs. 2,000 each
The above Prize Scheme is applicable only to the All India Ranks.
The prize amount will be paid in Indian Rupees.
In case of a tie, the prize money will be evenly divided.
In all cases, the decision of the Management of Brilliant Tutorials
Pvt. Ltd., shall be final.


       Normally we do not accept any advice for stoppage of despatchof study material. Change of address, or, in exceptional cases,stoppage orresumption of despatch etc. will be implemented only ifrequested by a letter signed by the student. A photocopy of the Admit
Card (with the photograph visible) must be enclosed with the letter.Telephone requests will not be honoured unless confirmed in writing.
This policy is designed to prevent fraud and to safeguard the interestsof our genuine students.Please allow 15 days from the date of receipt, for implementationof the changeAll matters are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Chennai only.

Note: It is imperative that all students enrolling in this course provideus with their email addresses and cell phone numbers and also
check their email often. All communication for this course will besent to our students by email.


Note: “Brilliant’s ‘Total Strategy’ Package as described in this Prospectusfor the 2012 Civil Services Examination is based upon theinformation for CSE 2010 given in the UPSC Notificationpublished in Employment News dated 2-8 January 2010 as well  as the Notification for the Aptitude Test. In the event of anychange that may be introduced in the syllabus, structure andpattern of questions or forany addition / deletion of optionalsor their combinations for CSE 2012, the Management reservesthe right to take an appropriate decision on the changesintroduced including changes in the fee structure as deemed appropriate.

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