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    Maximum Information about I.A.S Exam

    I.A.S is an Indian Administrative Services.These Jobs are higher profiles Jobs in India.If you want to become a I.A.S Officer You have to write All India Civil Service Exam.Indian Administrative Service posts are as follows Collector,Bank Governors etc.

    All India Civil Service Exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission once in a Year.Generally this Exam notification released in the month of December or January Month.These Exam Applications are available in all Head Post offices.

    Qualifications require to apply for these post as follows

    Educational Qualifications
    A candidate must have obtained minimum graduation from recognized University with minimum pass marks from a recognized University.

    Age Limits
    A candidate must have attained minimum 21 years and not maximum 30 years as on 01/August/Exam conducting year for all General category candidates.For OBC candidate upper age limit is relaxable upto 3 years and for SC/ST upper age limit is relaxable upto 5years

    Number of Attempts
    For General Category Candidate Four Times in his life
    For OBC candidate Seven times
    For SC/ST candidate no limit.

    Scheme of Recruitment for these posts are as follows
    • Preliminary Exam
    • Mains Exam
    • Interview

    Official Websitehttp://www.upsc.gov.in/

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    hi dear........
    The details information for IAS exam .
    this exam is conducted by UPSC commission once in a year.



    this are the details information for this course are as follows.......


    good luck....

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    I want to know all information abount ias, how to do, course etc.
    well,friend.............

    ## IAS entrance exam is conduced by the UPSC state level examination and IAS is the civil service exam ,this is the very responsibility service.You want to attend the this exam you should be qualify the conditions of UPSC examination .follow the below Requirements;.............

    Requirements:

    IAS eligibilty criteria:
    • Any Graduation course from any recognised university.

    Age Limit:
    • 21-31 years (3 years relaxation for OBC and 5 years for SC/ST)

    Number of permissible attempts:
    • 4 attempts (7 attempts for OBC and unlimited for SC/St)

    Fee:
    • 100 rupees (no fees for SC/ST).

    Syllabus and Exam pattern:
    • The IAS written will be conducted exam by the 3 stages,
    1.Civil service aptitude test (CSAT),
    2.mains exam and
    3.An Interview.
    • In this new pattern the Preliminary Test (PT) for IAS exam is replaced by Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT).Preliminary Examination would consist of two papers- Paper I and Paper II.

    Syllabus for CSAT as proposed by UPSC:

    Paper 1 and Duration :2 hrs:
    • Current events
    • History of India
    • Indian and World Geography
    • Indian Polity and governance
    • Economic and social development .
    • General issues
    • General science.
    Paper II and Duration : 2 hrs
    • Comprehension
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Logical reasoning
    • Decision making
    • General mental ability
    • Basic numeracy
    • English language comprehension skills
    • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills
    IAS exam Mains Examination:
    • In the mains exam, one has to choose 2 optional subjects instead of one. there are total 9 papers in Mains exam.

    Compulsory subjects:
    • General Studies ,Essay ,English

    Optional subjects:
    • Any two subjects to be selected from the 25 optional subjects.

    Interview:

    • Every candidate should asked for his preferences in civil services.

    Important dates for IAS Examination :

    • Notification of Exam every year February/March
    • Conduct of Pre - Exam(CSAT) every year June-july
    • Result OfPre - Exam(CSAT) every year September
    • Mains Exam October every year November
    • Personality Test(Interview) every year March-April


    all the best...........

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    COMPLETE INFORMATION ABOUT IAS

    Number of attempts:

    Four (4)attempts for general category, seven (7) for OBCs and no limit for SCs/STs.

    Preliminary Examination:

    Preliminary Exam is meant to serve as the screening stage/qualifying round only. The exam is held in the month of May every year and it consists of two objective type papers which carry a maximum of 400 marks in the following manner:
    a) General Studies - 200 Marks & 2 hours in duration
    b) Aptitude - 200 Marks & 2 hours in duration

    Segments/portions of General Studies paper
    General Studies, compulsory paper for all, comprises of six segments.

    * Current events of national and international importance
    * History of India and Indian National Movement
    * Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic geography of India and the World.
    * Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.
    * Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.
    * General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization
    * General Science

    Segments of Aptitude paper:

    * Comprehension
    * Interpersonal skills including communication skills;
    * Logical reasoning and analytical ability
    * Decision making and problem solving
    * General mental ability
    * Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. -Class X level)
    * English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level)
    * Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of Paper-II) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper.

    Civil Services Mains Exam

    The Main written examination comprises a total of nine (9) papers of two types:
    a) 2 papers of non-ranking types
    b) 7 papers of ranking type

    Non-ranking Papers:
    Two papers of non-ranking type include:

    Paper I: Indian language, to be selected by the candidate out of languages included in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution, and - 300 marks
    Paper II: English, which is a compulsory paper - 300 marks

    Ranking Papers:

    Paper III: Essay - 200 marks
    Paper IV & V: General Studies - 300 marks per paper
    Paper VI, VII, VIII, IX: Two optional subjects with two papers each - 300 marks per paper

    Segments/portions of General Studies paper:
    There are 4 segments in GS paper 1:

    a) History of Modern India & Indian culture
    b) Geography of India
    c) Constitution of India & Indian Polity
    d) Current National Issues & Topics of Social Relevance

    There are 5 segments in GS paper 2:

    a) India & the World
    b) India's Economic Interaction with the World
    c) Developments in the field of Science & Technology, IT and Space
    d) International Affairs & Institutions
    e) Statistical Analysis, Graphs & Diagrams

    List of optional subjects for Main Examination:

    a) Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
    b) Anthropology
    c) Botany
    d) Chemistry
    e) Civil Engineering
    f) Commerce and Accountancy
    g) Economics
    h) Electrical Engineering
    i) Geography
    j) Geology
    k) History
    l) Law
    m) Management
    n) Mathematics
    o) Mechanical Engineering
    p) Medical Science
    q) Philosophy
    r) Physics
    s) Political Science and International Relations
    t) Psychology
    u) Pubic Administration
    v) Sociology
    w) Statistics
    x) Zoology
    y) Literature of one of the following languages:Arabic, Assamese, Bodo, Bengali, Dogri, Chinese, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Pali, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.

    Notes:

    a) Candidates will not be allowed to offer the following combinations of subjects:

    i) Political Science & International Relations and Public Administration
    ii) Commerce & Accountancy and Management
    iii) Anthropology and Sociology
    iv) Mathematics and Statistics
    v) Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
    vi) Management and Public Administration
    vii) Of the Engineering subjects, viz., Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering–not more than one subject
    viii) Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science and Medical Science
    b) The question papers for the examination will be of conventional (essay) type
    c) Each paper will be of three hours duration. Blind candidates will, however be allowed an extra time of thirty minutes at each paper.

    d) The question papers other than language papers will be set both in Hindi and English.

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    I.A.S is an Indian Administrative Services.These Jobs are higher profiles Jobs in India.If you want to become a I.A.S Officer You have to write All India Civil Service Exam.
    Indian Administrative Service posts are Collector,Bank Governors etc.

    All India Civil Service Exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission once in a Year.
    Generally this Exam notification released in the month of December or January Month.These Exam Applications are available in all Head Post offices.

    Qualifications require to apply :-

    Educational Qualifications
    you must have obtained minimum graduation from recognized University with minimum pass marks from a recognized University.

    Age Limits
    you must have attained minimum 21 years and not maximum 30 years as on 01/August/Exam conducting year for all General category candidates.For OBC upper age limit is relaxable upto 3 years and for SC/ST upper age limit is relaxable upto 5years

    Number of Attempts:-
    For General Category Four Times in his life
    For OBC Seven times
    For SC/ST no limit.

    Scheme of Recruitment :-
    Preliminary Exam
    Mains Exam
    Interview

    Official Websitehttp://www.upsc.gov.in/

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    hi dear friend
    IAS means (Indian Administrative Services) this exam will conducted by UPSC (union public service commission) this is the civil service examination. this exam will condcuted once in a year.
    Eligibility for this exam candidate should Graduate from any recognized university with good percentage
    age limit 21 to 28 years for open category
    OBC candidates have 3 years relaxation
    SC ST candidates have 5 years relaxation
    paper 1 300 marks (one of the inidan language you have choose)
    paper 2 300 marks (English)
    paper 3 200 marks (Eassy)
    paper 4 600 marks (general studies)
    all the best

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    Information about IAS
    The Civil Services Examination is conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) every year.
    The examination has three stages i.e.,
    (1) Civil Services Preliminary Examinations (CSP) - normally conducted during the second half of May.
    (2) Civil Services (Main) Examinations conducted during the month of October/November. Here, those who are selected in the preliminary examination only are eligible to appear.
    (3) Those who are selected in the main examination will be eligible to appear before the Interview Board at New Delhi.

    Subjects for Preliminary Examination:

    • As per the decision of Government of India, there shall be change in the syllabus and pattern of the Preliminary Examination from 2011 in the scheme of the Civil Services Examination.

    • The Preliminary Examination shall now comprise of two compulsory Papers of 200 marks each and of two hours duration each. Detailed below is the new syllabus and pattern of the Preliminary Examination, which is brought to the notice of the prospective candidates intending to appear at the Civil Services Examination (CSE) in 2011 onwards:



    Paper I - (200 marks) Duration: Two hours

    • Current events of national and international importance

    • History of India and Indian National Movement

    • Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic geography

    of India and the World.

    • Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System,

    Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.

    • Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development,

    Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.

    • General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate

    Change - that do not require subject specialization

    • General Science.



    Paper II- (200 marks) Duration: Two hours

    • Comprehension

    • Interpersonal skills including communication skills;

    • Logical reasoning and analytical ability

    • Decision making and problem solving

    • General mental ability

    • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude

    etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data

    sufficiency etc. -Class X level)

    • English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).

    • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level

    (last item in the Syllabus of Paper-II) will be tested through passages from

    English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question

    paper.

    • The questions will be of multiple choice, objective type.

    Main Exam:

    Only those who are declared by the Commission to have qualified in the Preliminary Examination in a year, are eligible for the Main examination of that year, provided they are otherwise eligible for the Main Examination.

    Civil Services Main examination has two optional subjects (two papers each carries 300 marks), one General Studies (two papers each carries 300 marks), one essay (carries 200 marks) - total 2000 marks. Other than this, there are two language papers one in Indian language and one in General English at the level of 10th standard. This is to test the ability of the candidate's proficiency in his mother tongue / Indian language and English. Total nine papers. These two papers carry 300 marks each but it will not be considered for the ranking. It is must to clear these two papers. If a candidate fails to clear these papers, his other papers will not be evaluated.
    Optional Subjects for the Main Examination:

    Optional subjects: Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Accountancy, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Geography, Geology, History, Law, Management, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science and International Relations, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Statistics, Zoology. Each paper is of 3 hours duration.

    Literature: Arabic, Assamese, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Marathi, Malayalam, Manipuri, Nepali, Oriya, Pali, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.

    Interview:
    At interview stage, two-fold vacancies are called to appear before the UPSC Board. Interview carries 300 marks. Interview calls are sent on the basis of minimum marks fixed by the UPSC at its discretion. The overall ranking is done based on the Mains performance (i.e., 2000 marks) and interview. Therefore, the total marks involved in the ranking are 2300. Candidates are allotted various services keeping in view their ranks in the examination

    Eligibility criteria:
    1)candidate must be a citizen of India.
    2) For other services, a candidate 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 who came over to India before 1st January, 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India. or
    e) a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Srilanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.
    Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (b), (c), (d) and (e) shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.
    Provided further that candidates belonging to categories (b), (c) and (d) above will not be eligible for appointment to the Indian Foreign Service.
    A candidate, in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary, may be admitted to the examination but the offer of appointment may be given only after the necessary eligibility certificate has been issued to him by the Government of India.

    Educational qualification:
    The candidate must hold a degree of any of Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University Under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification.

    Age limit:
    21 years must be completed on 1st August of the year, which a candidate is appearing. Maximum 30 for general category, 33 for OBCs and 35 for SCs/STs. Ex-servicemen will get 5 more years exemption from the prescribed age limit.

    Number of Attempts:
    Four attempts for open,
    seven for OBCs and
    no limit for SCs/STs.
    If a person appears in the Preliminary Examination or even one paper is counted as an attempt.


    The UPSC have developed an application form common for all their examinations, which will be processed on computerised machines. This application form alongwith an Information Brochure containing general instructions for filling up the form, an acknowledgement card and an envelope for sending the application is obtainable from the designated Head Post Offices/Post Offices throughout the country as against cash payment of Rs. 20/- (Rupees twenty only). Form should be purchased from the designated Post Offices only and not from any other agency. This form can be used only once and for only one examination. Candidates must use the form supplied with the Information Brochure only and they should in no case use photocopy / reproduction / unauthorisedly printed copy of the Form. Since this form is electronically scannable, due care should be taken to fill up the application form, correctly.

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    Hello,
    Indian Administrative Service exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) every year Preliminary exam in month of May or June. Notification for preliminary exam generally comes in the month of December or January. There are three stages for IAS exam.
    Preliminary Exam
    Main Exam
    Interview
    In prelim exam there are two papers each 2 hours, first paper is General studies which includes Indian History, Constitution of India, Geography ,Economics , Science & Current Affairs. Total 150 questions. Second paper is an optional that you choose any subject. These both papers are objective type.Students who qualify prelim exam they only can write main examination. Main exam is a written exam and generally it conducts in the month of October or November. There are two language paper , first one is english and other is a indian language which is optional.There are two papers of General Studies & four papers of two optional subjects. In prelim only one optional paper but in main one more optional paper so total two optional subjects.When you will pass in this exam then only you will be called for interview
    You should be a indian and your age should be between 21 to 30 years age for general category,33 years for OBC and 35 for SC/ST,You must have a bachelor's degree or an equivalent in any discipline from a recognized university.
    No. of Attempts :
    4 for general category
    7 for OBCs
    there is no limit for SC/STs.
    for detailed and clear information you can visit official website www.upsc.gov.in

    Thanks

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    Hello friend.
    IAS exam is conducted by UPSC in every year.
    Eligibility criteria for IAS exam is..

    1. Graduation in any stream from a recognize university college.
    2. The age between 21 to 30 years for general category Age relaxation is provided for OBC SC/ST candidates.
    3. No. of attempt 4times OBC 7times abs ST/SC no limit.

    Preliminary Examination consists of Two Papers-
    Paper I — General Studies 150 marks
    Paper II — An Optional subject 300 marks.

    So, If You Are Interested To Apply for IAS Exams,
    then You Can Opt Any One Subjects -
    Agriculture,
    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science,
    Botany,
    Chemistry,
    Commerce,
    Economics,
    Electronics & communication engineering,
    Electrical Engineering,
    Mechanical Engineering,
    Civil Engineering,
    Geography,
    Geology,
    Indian History,
    Law,
    Mathematics,
    Medical Science,
    Philosophy,
    Physics,
    Political Science,
    Psychology,
    Public Administration,
    Sociology,
    Statistics,
    Zoology
    etc..

    How to prepare for IAS?
    To Prepare your self or go for I.A.S coaching,many centers offers the I.A.S Coaching.
    Prepare topics like,
    Current Events
    History of India
    Geography
    General Science
    Comprehension
    Logical reasoning
    analytical ability
    Decision making
    problem solving
    General mental ability......etc.

    Date of Notification: 19.02.2012.
    For more information please see the website
    http://www.upsc.in

    All the best..

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    hi
    Civil Services Introduction A country as vast and thickly populated as India needs a well organised government machinery for proper governance. There are two facets to the administration of a country. One is security for which the country has its defence services and the other is the non-military part, which is taken care of by the Civil Services.
    The origin of the IAS can be traced back to the year of IndiaοΏ½s independence, 1947. The IAS operates at three levels -central, district and divisional. Work at the central level involves the framing and implementation of policies. The functions of the IAS at the district level encompass all district affairs with special emphasis on development. General administration and development work is the responsibility of the IAS at the divisional level. The post of an IAS officer carries a lot of responsibility. The work definition of an IAS officer would encompass framing, modifying and interpreting policy matters in consultation with the concerned Minister. Implementation of policies calls for supervision and also travelling to the places where the decisions taken are being implemented. Implementation entails disbursement of funds, which calls for personal supervision. The officers are answerable to the Parliament for any irregularities that may occur. At the top of the hierarchy of IAS officers is the Cabinet Secretary followed by Secretary/ Additional Secretary, Joint Secretary, Director, Under Secretary and then the Junior Scale Officers. These posts are filled according to seniority.
    The Indian Police Service (IPS) As the name suggests, the main responsibility of the IPS is public safety and security. The Indian Police Service is divided into various departments like the Crime Branch, the Criminal Investigation Department, Home Guards and the Traffic Bureau. The area of functioning for the IPS can be broadly divided into: maintenance of law and order, crime prevention and detection, traffic control and accident prevention and management. The IPS also has several policing agencies like the Intelligence Bureau, the Central Bureau of Investigation, Cabinet Secretariat Security, Border Security Force and the Central Reserve Police Force. After the initial probation of two years, an IPS officer is given charge as an Additional Superintendent of Police of a district. This post is usually held for two years and then comes the next appointment, that of the Superintendent of Police and then the post of the Deputy Inspector General (DIG). The hierarchy in the IPS cadre is like this - the Director General of Police (DG) is the head of the entire Police force of a state. Special divisions of the Police force like the Border Security Force, the CBI, etc., have a Director General at the helm.
    The Indian Forest Service (IFS) The maintenance of the natural resources of the country is very essential for a balanced all round development of the country. Maintenance of forests is so important for maintaining the ecological balance that the Indian Forest Service has been set up for this very purpose. The All India Forest Service came into being in 1966. The areas of functioning for the Indian Forest Service include protection and conservation of forests, wildlife and forest produce.
    What does it take to opt for civil service? Mental alertness; interest in a variety of subjects; good intellect in order to be able to tackle any subject or situation; an ability to sift, weigh and apply differing opinions from various people; leadership qualities; the ability to inspire others and to channelise available talent; tact and diplomacy; and, integrity. These are some personality traits that you should look for in yourself when you consciously make a decision to opt for civil service.
    What is the Cadre System in civil services ? The Civil Services has been divided into various grades to facilitate functioning. The grade determines the area of work. Junior scale officers work in the states that they are allotted to. Senior scale officers work as Under Secretaries in the State. Officers in the Junior Administrative Grade, which is reached after nine years of service, hold the position of a Deputy Secretary. When officers make it to the Selection Grade, which is reached after fourteen years of service they hold the position of Directors or Deputy Secretary. The next scale is known as the Super Time Scale or the Senior Administrative Grade and the officers in this grade hold the post of a Joint Secretary, Additional Secretary, Secretary or Cabinet Secretary. The Civil Services can be broadly classified as All India Services and Central Services.
    What is the Selection Process ?

    Eligibility for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination The minimum age requirement for appearing for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination is 21 and the upper age limit is 30 years. The minimum academic requirement is graduation in any discipline from a recognised Indian University or an equivalent academic qualification. All candidates are allowed four attempts. There is a relaxation for SC/ST candidates on the number of attempts, if they are otherwise eligible.

    For entry to the civil service, thereοΏ½s a multi-step examination process. The entire process takes a full calendar year. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) first conducts an objective type preliminary examination for screening candidates.

    The Preliminary Examination:

    There are two papers for the preliminary round. There is one on general studies and another on an optional subject. The question papers are set in both Hindi and English. Each paper is for a duration of two hours. General study covers history, geography, economics and so on. The question papers have objective type multiple choice questions. The general studies paper carries 150 marks.

    The syllabus for the optional subject is the same as that for graduation level. The question paper for the optional subject carries 300 marks. The optional subject for the second paper may be chosen from the following :

    1. Agriculture
    2. Animal Husbandry and veterinary science
    3. Botany
    4. Chemistry
    5. Civil Engineering
    6. Commerce
    7. Economics
    8. Electrical Engineering
    9. Geography
    10. Geology
    11. Indian History
    12. Law
    13. Mathematics
    14. Mechanical Engineering
    15. Philosophy
    16. Physics
    17. Political Science
    18. Psychology
    19. Public Administration
    20. Sociology
    21. Statistics
    22. Zoology

    The Main Examination:

    The preliminary round is basically a screening round. The marks obtained are not counted for in the final stage of the examination. For candidates who clear the preliminary round, there is the main round. The second stage is the main examination that includes written tests and an interview. The written test consists of nine papers (essay type answers to be written)

    Paper I: One Indian language

    That is included in the Eighth schedule of the Indian Constitution. These languages are
    1. Assamese
    2. Bengali
    3. Gujarati
    4. Hindi
    5. Kannada
    6. Kashmiri
    7. Malayalam
    8. Marathi
    9. Oriya
    10. Pali
    11. Punjabi
    12. Sanskrit
    13. Sindhi
    14. Tamil
    15. Telugu
    16. Urdu.
    This paper is of a qualifying nature and the marks obtained are not counted for ranking. This paper is not compulsory for candidates from the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim. Paper II: English. The English language paper is also of a qualifying nature and the marks obtained are not counted for ranking.

    Paper III: Essay

    Paper IV &V: General Studies Optional Subject I (two papers)

    Optional subject II (two papers). For papers VI, VII, VIII, and IX two subjects are to be chosen. The list of subjects from which the choice may be made is
    1. Agriculture
    2. Animal Husbandry and veterinary science
    3. Anthropology
    4. Botany
    5. Chemistry
    6. Civil Engineering
    7. Commerce & Accountancy
    8. Economics
    9. Electrical Engineering
    10. Geography
    11. Geology
    12. History
    13. Law
    14. Management
    15. Mathematics
    16. Mechanical Engineering
    17. Philosophy
    18. Physics
    19. Political Science & International Relations
    20. Psychology
    21. Public Administration
    22. Sociology
    23. Statistics
    24. Zoology
    Literature in one of the following languages: Arabic, Assamese, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Marathi, Malayalam, Oriya, Pali, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.Except English, the question papers are set in both Hindi and English.
    The total marks secured in both the written tests and the personal interview determine the rank of a candidate. The Interview This is the last hurdle to be cleared. The interview carries 250 marks and there are no stipulated minimum qualifying marks. The main aim of the interview is to assess a candidate's overall personality. The interview is conducted by a board. The board is fully informed about the candidate and they base their questions on a record of the candidate's career, which is provided to them. The aspects that are generally looked into are the candidate's grasp of academics and general awareness as in current affairs, social issues, etc. It is basically a test of the potential of a candidate. The board tries to assess whether he or she can rise to the demands of the job of a Civil Servant.
    What are the Job Prospects ?
    Depending upon his rank, a candidate is recruited to services such as the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and other departments including Finance, Post and Telegraph, Revenue, Secretariat and so on. The appointment offers executive power. Promotions are time bound and increase in privileges are automatic. Selected candidates are first put through a training session for a short period. He is usually sent to an academic staff college associated with the service to which he is allocated. The greatest thing about civil service is the job security. Special facilities include subsidised accommodation, telephone and transport facilities, medical benefits, leave travel concession, etc. After retirement, there are very good social welfare facilities. Last but not the least is the immense satisfaction one derives at being able to participate in the development process of the country.

    What is the Remuneration?

    The Government of India has fixed salary grades for Civil Servants. Approximately the range of salaries drawn at various levels is as follows (not updated according to the sixth pay commision - will update soon):
    1. Junior Officers: Rs. 8000-275-13500
    2. Senior Officers: Rs. 10650-325-15200
    3. Junior Administrative Grade: Rs. 12,750-375-16,500
    4. Selection Grade: Rs. 15,100-400-18,300
    5. Additional Secretary: Rs. 22400-525-24500
    Secretary/Cabinet Secretary: Rs. 26,000/30,000 (The above scales only provide an idea of the pay scales. Different branches of the service have different scales of pay.)

    In addition to the salary civil servants receive various allowances such as Dearness Allowance, City compensatory Allowance, Leave Travel Allowance, Medical

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    I want to know all information abount ias, how to do, course etc.
    Dear Aspirant,
    IAS stands for Indian Administrative Service.
    The exam of IAS is conducted by Union Public Service Commission Every year.
    Educational qualification Required for giving IAS exam IS A graduation Pass degree in any subject from a college or university which is a reputed one.
    The age of the candidate who want to apply for IAS exam should be from 21 to 30 years.
    Relaxation is also given to Reserved class candidates in upper age limit.
    SELECTION PROCESS
    1. CSAT EXAM
    2. MAIN EXAM.
    3. PERSONAL INTERVIEW.
    >>Number of Attempts
    For General Category Candidate 4 Times.
    For SC/ST candidate no limit.
    For OBC candidates is 7 times.>> Mode of Applying:
    1. Online and
    2. Offline.
    Official Website: www.upsc.gov.in

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    IAS EXAM DETAILS

    The IAS exam will consist of three stages,
    -Prelims
    -Main &
    -Interview ( Personality Test)
    While the preliminary exam will be of objective type , the mains will be written and personality test is verbal.
    How To Apply:- To appear for IAS exam you will first need to apply for it. all the three stages will be conducted by the UPSC. The notification for IAS prelim will appear in Employment news or UPSC's website on 04-02-2012 and you can apply online or either through application form available at Head Post Office throughout the cities in India.
    The last date of receipt of your application is 05-03-2012
    The preliminary exam or the first stage of exam will be held on 20-05-2012.
    IAS Exam Syllabus:-
    1)Paper-I: 200 marks & duration 2 hours
    - current events
    -history
    -indian and world geography
    -indian politics
    -economics and social development
    2)Paper-II : 200 marks & duration 2 hours
    -comprehension
    -interpersonal skills
    -logical reasoning
    -decision making and problem solving
    -basic numeracy
    -english language

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    hello . .

    The Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has approved the Union Public Service Commission to the Civil Services Examination from 2011.

    IAS (Indian Administrative Services) is basically for those who are firmly determined for dedication of themselves towards the own country.

    Eligibility Criteria :-

    The minimum qualification required for appearing the competitive examination is Graduation.

    If you are so interested for IAS,after being Engineers, Doctors, or Ph.d you can sit IAS exam conducted by UPSC.

    Application forms will come out in the month of January.

    According to the new exam pattern of the IAS exam
    1) General-Studies paper which carries 150 marks
    2) Optional paper which carries 150 marks.

    The General Studies paper and one Optional paper both the papers are the compulsory paper.

    according to the list of optional paper are as:
    1) Psychology
    2) Commerce and Accountancy
    3) History
    4) Geography
    5) Physics
    6) Medical Science
    7) Law
    8) Mathematics
    9) Mechanical Engineering
    10) Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
    11) Public Administration
    12) Agriculture
    13) Sociology
    14) Botany
    15) Chemistry
    16) Geology
    17) Electrical Engineering
    18) Civil Engineering
    19) Economics
    20) Philosophy
    21) Zoology
    22) Political Science
    23) Statistics

    for some questions or subjects follow the link:http://www.iupsc.com/label/ias/

    For more latest update on IAS 2011 visit :http://www.iasexam2011.in/.

    Good luck.

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    Hello Friend,

    Civil Services Aptitude Test: The new Recruitment Process of Civil Services Exam conducted by the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is called the CSAT or Civil Services Aptitude Test. The CSAT is coming into effect from the Civil Services Examination, 2011. CSAT will not only enable us to choose civil servants with right aptitudes but also end the use of scaling system for varying subjects that has been a matter of concern for many. No changes are being introduced at this stage in the Civil Services (Main) Examination and Personality Test in the scheme of Civil Services Examination (CSE). From Civil Service Examination 2011, Preliminary Examination would consist of two papers- Paper I and Paper II. The syllabus and pattern of the Preliminary Examination would be as under :
    (Paper 1) (200 marks) - Duration : Two hrs.
    • Current events of national and international importance
    • History of India and Indian national movement
    • Indian and World Geography- physical, social, economic geography of India and the world
    • Indian Polity and governance – constitution, political system, panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
    • Economic and social development – sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
    • General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change-that donot require subject specialization
    • General science.
    (Paper II) (200 marks) – Duration : Two hrs
    • Comprehension
    • Interpersonal skills including communication skills
    • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
    • Decision making and problem solving
    • General mental ability
    • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc. (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. –Class X level)
    • English language comprehension skills (Class X level)
    • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of Paper-II) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper.
    • The questions will be of multiple choice, objective type.
    For further detail refer UPSC web link for Civil Services as given as below:
    http://upsc.gov.in/general/civil.htm
    http://upsc.gov.in/general/civil.htm...Preliminary%29

    and 2011 advertisement also given for you reference with all your details need: http://upsc.gov.in/exams/notificatio...cs2011_eng.pdf


    All The Best.

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    Re: Complete information about IAS? How to do the course?

    hello, sir/ mem
    my question is what is the time period of all three exam of IAS course to completed ?

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    Re: Complete information about IAS? How to do the course?

    wt course lik BA BBA have to do 1st for IAS

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    Re: Complete information about IAS? How to do the course?

    sir, i complete 10th class and waiting for result.so,i want do IAS.which group i have choose(mpc,cec,mec)

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    hello friends .............................................

    IAS stands for Indian Administrative Service.

    This exam is conducted by UPSC.

    ELIGIBILITY for IAS:

    A candidate must have completed their graduation Degree in any Discipline with atlest 55% from recognised universities.

    And Final year students are also applicable.

    Age Limit:

    General category student:- 21-30 years.
    OBC relaxation in upper age +3 years.
    SC/ST relaxation in upper age +5 years.

    No. Attempt:

    General - max. 4
    OBC - max. 7.
    SC/ST - No limit.

    Exam Pattern ;;

    Preliminary Exam.

    Main Exam.

    Interview


    All the best

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    Re: Complete information about IAS? How to do the course?

    hlo sir i have diploma from ece what i can apply for IAS

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    • For IAS i.e Indian Administrative Services, a examination named Civil services is conducted which has to be qualified by you.
    • You are required to have the minimum qualification of graduation in any of the stream and it should be from the recognised university.
    • There is no minimum percentage marks required for this exam.
    • The age for this examination need to be in between 21 years to 30 years.
    • If you are from the reserved category then you will be provided upper age relaxations which will be as per the notification.
    • You must be from Indian citizen.

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    Indian Administrative Service is part of Civil Service exam. Civil service exam is conducted every year by UPSC(Union Public Service Commission)


    Eligibility for IAS:


    You should be graduate from any recognized university.

    The candidates who are in the final year they are also eligible ofr IAS examination.

    Your age should not more than 30 years and not less than 21 years.The upper age limit will be applicable for ST/Sc/OBC candidates.


    Number of attempts:

    4 for General candidates
    7 for OBC candidates
    No limit for ST/Sc candidates.


    Once you fulfill with this criteria,then you can appear for Civil Service exam.Civil service exam consist of two exams that are

    >>Preliminary Exam
    >>Main Exam



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    Re: Complete information about IAS? How to do the course?

    INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE

    IAS Eligibility Criteria---

    (i) Age limits :

    21-30 years as on 1.7.2012

    (ii) Educational Qualifications :

    Bachelor’s degree of a recognised university with at least one of the subjects namely Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physcs, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Enginerring or an equivalent qualification.

    (iii) No. of permissible attempts :

    Four (Seven attemps of OBCs and no limit for SCs/STs (Para 3 (iv) of Notice)

    (iv) Fee :

    Rs. 100/- (Rupees one hundred only)
    (No fee for SCs/STs/Physically disabled only)

    This exam has three stages--
    Preliminary Exam
    Main Exam
    Interview

    so, you have to hard study to achieve your aim.i wish you all the best and get a bright success.
    For more detail visit UPSC official website: http://upsc.gov.in

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    hello friend,

    IAS is the civil service job post under the central government of India which is the most better job post for the every indian citizen ...and every indian want to be get the job post

    But for the IAS job post you must have some experience and knowledge and you need to be qualify the entrance exam with good performance for get the IAS job post

    Eligibility for IAS :

    1, you should be passed the bachelor degree from any recognized university
    2. age must be between the 21 to 03 years
    Age relaxation as per government rules

    3. Indian citizen

    selection process :
    1. Preliminary entrance exam
    2. Main entrance exam
    3. Interview

    Preliminary entrance exam always conducted in the month of May ...which is the first round for the entry IAS job post after the qualify the Preliminary entrance exam you can give the Main entrance exam or INterview

    ON the basis of your performance in Main entrance exam and interview you can get the job post

    Preliminary entrance exam syllabus:

    1. General studies
    2. English comprehension
    3. APtitude

    Main entrance exam syllabus :
    1. Logical ability
    2 English comprehension
    3. Option subjects (according to your bachelor degree subjects )

    Then Interview ....

    For more details : www.upsc.gov.in

    thank you!

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    Re: Complete information about IAS? How to do the course?

    IAS exam is conducted by UPSC. But IAS candidate recruit through Civil Service Exam .

    Educational Qualification :-

    Graduation Degree in any stream from a recognized university , the final year students also eligible for applying preliminary examination

    Age criteria :-

    Candidates age should between 21 years to 30 years for general candidates

    5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates
    3 years relaxation for OBC Candidates
    10 years relaxation for PHC candidates
    5 years relaxation for Ex-serviceman

    Attempt Limit:-

    General Candidate can maximum 4 Times
    OBC Candidate can Maximum 7 Times
    SC/ST there is no attempt Limit


    >> IAS Preliminary Exam syllabus:-

    (Paper 1) (200 marks) - Duration : Two hrs.

    • Current events of national and international importance
    • History of India and Indian national movement
    • Indian and World Geography- physical, social, economic geography of India and the world
    • Indian Polity and governance – constitution, political system, panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
    • Economic and social development – sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
    • General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change-that donot require subject specialization
    • General science.

    (Paper II) (200 marks) – Duration : Two hrs

    • Comprehension
    • Interpersonal skills including communication skills
    • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
    • Decision making and problem solving
    • General mental ability
    • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc. (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. –Class X level)
    English language comprehension skills (Class X level)
    • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of Paper-II) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper.

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    The Indian Administrative Service is the administrative civil service of the Government of India
    The IAS officers are recruited by the Union government on the recommendation of the Union Public Service Commission


    Age Requirement For IAS
    * You must have minimum age of 21 years and maximum age of 30 years.
    Age Relaxation
    * For SC/ST you will have age relaxation of 5 years
    * For OBC you will have age relaxation of 3 years
    * For J&K domilciled during 1980 to 1989 you will have age relaxation of 5 years
    * For Defence service disable you will have age relaxation of 3 years
    * For handicapped or disable,blind,deaf etc you will have age relaxation of 10 years

    Educational Requirement
    * You must hold a Graduation Degree in any Discipline from Recognized University

    CitizenShip Required
    * you must be an Indian to apply for IAS

    Number of Attempts
    * For General Category - Number of attempts are 4 attempts
    * There is no restriction of attempt for SC/ST

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    friend.............

    ## IAS entrance exam is conduced by the UPSC state level examination and IAS is the civil service exam ,this is the very responsibility service.You want to attend the this exam you should be qualify the conditions of UPSC examination .follow the below Requirements;.............

    Requirements:

    IAS eligibilty criteria:
    • Any Graduation course from any recognised university.
    Age Limit:
    • 21-31 years (3 years relaxation for OBC and 5 years for SC/ST)
    Number of permissible attempts:
    • 4 attempts (7 attempts for OBC and unlimited for SC/St)
    Fee:
    • 100 rupees (no fees for SC/ST).
    Syllabus and Exam pattern:
    • The IAS written will be conducted exam by the 3 stages,
    1.Civil service aptitude test (CSAT),
    2.mains exam and
    3.An Interview.
    • In this new pattern the Preliminary Test (PT) for IAS exam is replaced by Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT).Preliminary Examination would consist of two papers- Paper I and Paper II.
    Syllabus for CSAT as proposed by UPSC:

    Paper 1 and Duration :2 hrs:
    • Current events
    • History of India
    • Indian and World Geography
    • Indian Polity and governance
    • Economic and social development .
    • General issues
    • General science.
    Paper II and Duration : 2 hrs
    • Comprehension
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Logical reasoning
    • Decision making
    • General mental ability
    • Basic numeracy
    • English language comprehension skills
    • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills
    IAS exam Mains Examination:
    • In the mains exam, one has to choose 2 optional subjects instead of one. there are total 9 papers in Mains exam.
    Compulsory subjects:
    • General Studies ,Essay ,English
    Optional subjects:
    • Any two subjects to be selected from the 25 optional subjects.
    Interview:

    • Every candidate should asked for his preferences in civil services.
    Important dates for IAS Examination :

    • Notification of Exam every year February/March
    • Conduct of Pre - Exam(CSAT) every year June-july
    • Result OfPre - Exam(CSAT) every year September
    • Mains Exam October every year November
    • Personality Test(Interview) every year March-April

    all the best...........


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    friend.............

    ## IAS entrance exam is conduced by the UPSC state level examination and IAS is the civil service exam ,this is the very responsibility service.You want to attend the this exam you should be qualify the conditions of UPSC examination .follow the below Requirements;.............

    Requirements:

    IAS eligibilty criteria:
    • Any Graduation course from any recognised university.
    Age Limit:
    • 21-31 years (3 years relaxation for OBC and 5 years for SC/ST)
    Number of permissible attempts:
    • 4 attempts (7 attempts for OBC and unlimited for SC/St)
    Fee:
    • 100 rupees (no fees for SC/ST).
    Syllabus and Exam pattern:
    • The IAS written will be conducted exam by the 3 stages,
    1.Civil service aptitude test (CSAT),
    2.mains exam and
    3.An Interview.
    • In this new pattern the Preliminary Test (PT) for IAS exam is replaced by Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT).Preliminary Examination would consist of two papers- Paper I and Paper II.
    Syllabus for CSAT as proposed by UPSC:

    Paper 1 and Duration :2 hrs:
    • Current events
    • History of India
    • Indian and World Geography
    • Indian Polity and governance
    • Economic and social development .
    • General issues
    • General science.
    Paper II and Duration : 2 hrs
    • Comprehension
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Logical reasoning
    • Decision making
    • General mental ability
    • Basic numeracy
    • English language comprehension skills
    • Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills
    IAS exam Mains Examination:
    • In the mains exam, one has to choose 2 optional subjects instead of one. there are total 9 papers in Mains exam.
    Compulsory subjects:
    • General Studies ,Essay ,English
    Optional subjects:
    • Any two subjects to be selected from the 25 optional subjects.
    Interview:

    • Every candidate should asked for his preferences in civil services.
    Important dates for IAS Examination :

    • Notification of Exam every year February/March
    • Conduct of Pre - Exam(CSAT) every year June-july
    • Result OfPre - Exam(CSAT) every year September
    • Mains Exam October every year November
    • Personality Test(Interview) every year March-April
    all the best...........

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    After Graduation pass,you can apply for IAS exxam :

    Eligibility criteria :

    >>Graduation pass from any recognized university .

    >>Age is between 21-30 years.

    >>ST/SC gets 5 years age relaxation.

    >>OBC
    gets 3 years age relaxation.

    >>Candidate must be a citizen of India.

    You can check here for details ................


    www.upsc.gov.in

    Good luck !

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