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Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2004 : Profile of Candidates
The Civil Services Examination is conducted in two successive stages viz.the Preliminary Examination and the Main Examination. The PreliminaryExamination consists of two objective type papers and is meant for initialscreening only. Only those candidates who qualify the Preliminary Examination,are eligible for admission to the Main Examination. The Main Examinationconsists of written examination of conventional type papers and a PersonalityTest. Out of 3,49,020 candidates who had applied for the Civil Services(Preliminary) Examination, 2004, 3,34,133 were found eligible for appearingin the examination. However 1,74,475 candidates appeared in this examinationheld on May 16, 2004. On the basis of results of this examination, 5,565candidates were declared qualified for taking the Main Examination. Community-wise and gender-wise details of these candidates are given in Table 13.1.
Table 13.1 : Number of Candidates who Applied, Appeared and Qualified the CivilServices (Preliminary) Examination, 2004
 Number of Candidates Applied Appeared QualifiedCommunity Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female TotalScheduledCastes71,595 16,394 87,989 36,845 7,943 44,788 884 89 973ScheduledTribes23,442 5,597 29,039 11,782 2,631 14,413 466 35 501OtherBackwardClasses82,027 17,727 99,754 43,886 8,912 52,798 1,895 100 1,995General 98,975 33,263 1,32,238 47,400 15,076 62,476 1,864 232 2,096Total 2,76,039 72,981 3,49,020 1,39,913 34,562 1,74,475 5,109 456 5,565
Out of 5,565 candidates, 5,328 had appeared in the written part of CivilServices (Main) Examination, 2004 held in October November, 2004. Based onthe results of the written part of the Main Examination, 1,163 candidates hadqualified for Personality Test. Of those, 1,162 candidates had appeared forthe Personality Test, of whom 453 candidates were recommended by the Commissionfor appointment to the civil services. The number of candidates appeared,
interviewed and recommended during the last five examinations are shown inDiagram 13.1.3. A comparative statement, showing the number of vacancies to be filledup through Civil Services Examination (including those reserved forScheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes) during theyears 1995 to 2004 is given in Table 13.2.
Table 13.2 : Year-wise Number of Vacancies - Civil Services ExaminationsYear Number of VacanciesYear Number of Vacancies
1995 645 2000 4271996 740 2001 4171997 621 2002 3101998 470 2003 4571999 411 2004 453
Diagram 13.1 : Candidates Appeared, Interviewed and Recommended -Civil Services (Main) Examinations
Year of Examination
   N  u  m   b  e  r  o   f   C  a  n   d   i   d  a   t  e  s
4. The success rate of candidates in the examination by broad stream ofdisciplines is given in Table 13.3.
Table 13.3 : Success Rate vis-à-vis Broad Stream of Disciplines - CivilServices (Main) Examination, 2004 Number of CandidatesEducationalQualification Appeared RecommendedSuccessRate(Percent)I Bachelor Degrees 2,779 243 8.7
(i) Humanaties 1,116 75 6.7(ii) Science 491 24 4.9(iii) Medical Science 220 38 17.3(iv) Engineering 952 106 11.1
II Higher Degrees 2,549 210 8.2
(i) Humanaties 1,834 152 8.3(ii) Science 598 49 8.2(iii) Medical Science 33 5 15.2(iv) Engineering 84 4 4.8
Total 5,328 453 8.5
Note: Success rate is number of candidates recommended as a percentage ofthose appeared.Thus, the success rates of candidates having higher degrees in thediscipline of Humanities and Science were higher than that of those withbachelor degrees in the corresponding streams of disciplines. However, in casesof Medical Sciences and Engineering subjects, the success rates of candidateshaving higher degrees were slightly lower than that of those with bachelordegrees in the corresponding streams of disciplines.5. Success rates of candidates in the examination by their academicqualifications (instead of broad stream of disciplines) is given in Table 13.4.

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