UPSC EPFO INTERVIEW 2021/ Questions/Tips/Tricks for Interview

When UPSC will conduct EPFO INTERVIEW 2021

The UPSC EPFO 2021 result was announced on October 8, 2021. Candidates who passed the written test will now be required to attend an interview. UPSC EPFO Recruitment Exam is held by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to recruit qualified and interested individuals for the position of Enforcement Officer/Account Officer at the Employees Provident Fund Organization. 

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All selected applicants must complete and submit the detailed application form (DAF), failing which their application will be dismissed. On the online recruiting application (ora) website, a DAF link will be accessible ( in due time. The date of publication of the detailed application form (DAF) and the deadline for DAF submission will be announced. Candidates should check the commission’s website for updates on a regular basis.

UPSC did not announce any official notice for the interview date. 

Interview Tips

  1. Candidates must deal with current events in the nation in addition to the static portion of the EPFO curriculum.
  2. Read the newspaper every day and try to read it thoroughly to keep up with current events, both domestic and foreign.
  3. Candidates must be familiar with economic terminology as well as current events concerning economic and social growth.
  4. Despite excellent preparation and expertise, applicants occasionally lack confidence, therefore it’s a good idea to focus on developing self-confidence, which is crucial for an interview. 

EPFO Interview with UPSC (Expectation)

  1. As the UPSC interview panel has the authority to ask whatever question they choose, including personal inquiries about interests, achievements, present and future goals, and an in-depth understanding of current problems in the nation.
  2. The interview panel may evaluate a candidate’s history by asking questions from their graduating discipline; for example, if you were an electrical engineer, expect to be questioned in that field. Questions such as why you choose this test or engineering should be well prepared. In short, why you’re applying and why you want to pursue EO/AO as a profession.
  3. The bulk of questions will come from general studies and will evaluate candidates’ expertise in many areas. One should pay greater attention to economics and finance, such as fundamental terminology and key organisations such as NABRAD, SEBI, and RBI. Recent government programmes relating to the economy and banking sector, as well as how they have fared in the past and present.
  4. Because the interview panel will ask questions based on the CV provided, make sure that all aspects of the resume are familiar to the applicants. Prepare any potential queries that may be framed over and around the resume and, if feasible, re-visit the saved copy very carefully.
     (Do not write any false information in your resume)
  5. Visit different government websites, such as PIB, PRS, EPFO, Ministry of Labour and Employment, and so on, in addition to reading newspapers.
  6. Gain a better understanding of the English language.

EPFO Interview Questions Asked by UPSC

  1. Tell us why do we have so many labour laws?
  2. So what are the four labour codes?
  3. Have you heard of Conditional cash transfers?
  4. So, there are so many countries in the world, particularly South American that provides conditional cash transfers, Do, you think Universal Basic income will work in India because don’t you think if we provide money without any conditions people will become lazy?)
  5. Give me a condition for conditional money transfer
  6. Why do we have an insurance scheme here when we have the Life Insurance Corporation of India for Life Insurance?
  7. What is the worth of EPFO?
  8. Is there any organized sector industry exempted from the provident fund?
  9. Have you heard of Vishakha Guidelines? What is its status now?
  10. You are a Public Administration student; can you explain what is Delegated Legislation.
  11. Tell some of the constitutional provisions related to women and children.
  12. You seem to have graduated in Engineering but all of a sudden switched over to a social sector job, why is that?
  13. You don’t have any specific experience in the Accounts field. Can you tell us the account structure of the Government of India?
  14. What are the divisions in the Consolidated Fund of India
  15. Revenue and Capital Accounts. What is the difference?

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