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    How to pepare for IAS? Which job is better after B.Com graduation?

    I m bcom graduate i want to become ias officer. But i dont know how to pepare and how many subjects are. I have passed 10th from hindi medium and after that 12th from science english medium and after that graduation from commerce. I m little in english not fluent. My nature is very simple i speak very less. I m totally confused which job is better and which cource govt. Job or pvt. Job i m cofused. Please suggest me for my future. Can i get job in railway.My email id is a_aihatesham@yahoo.in

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    UIETan is offline Senior Member
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    Re: How to pepare for IAS? Which job is better after B.Com graduation?

    hello friend,

    IAS is the Indian Administrative service for this post entrance exam conducted by the UPSc department in the month of may.
    IAS is the toughest exam and for the preparation of the iAS exam you need to do the more hardwork and need the approximately 1 year for the preparation of the IAS exam..

    IAS exam preparation you can also join the best couching center like:

    Classic IAS academy
    JTS institute
    Destination IAS Academy

    Eligibility for the IAS exam:
    Educational Qualification: you should be passed the bachelor degree from any recognized university.

    Age limit: age must be between the 21 to 30 years

    nationality: Indian citizen.

    SElection process:

    1.preliminary exam
    2.Main exam
    3. INterview

    Syllabus of the written test:

    so you have to start the preparation according to the written test ..
    in the preliminary exam questions related to the general knowledge awareness, general studies and english.
    But in the main exam you have to choose the optional subject related to the bachelor degree subjects..

    DAtes of the IAS exam:
    issues of the notification: febuarary
    last date for apply: March
    Exam date: may

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    umashankar.G is offline Junior Member
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    Re: How to pepare for IAS? Which job is better after B.Com graduation?

    AS exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), every year in three stages (Prelim, Mains & Interview). Announcement for Prelims Exam is usually announced in December every year. You can only apply for Prelim and if you succeed, then only can you appear for mains & after clearing it you will be called for an interview. The exam is a quite tough one. You will have to clear two papers in Prelims (Objective Type) out of which one is General Studies and other is of your choice from the list of subejcts approved by UPSC. The age limit is 21 - 30 with usual relaxation for SC, ST& OBC. For more information, you can refer the past notification of UPSC for Civil Services at http://www.upsc.gov.in and for booklist and other resources, refer the following websites.

    Visit Specific Page of UPSC at http://www.upsc.gov.in/general/civil.htm…


    You will have to study various subjects for GS - History, Geography, Polity, Economy, Current Events (National & Int). You can also refer Tata Mcgraw Hill's GS - Prelims Guide. Exam can be given in most parts of the country (you can chose the centre in application form).

    The Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) includes two objective type question papers of two hundred marks and two hours time duration for each paper. One is on General Studies and the other is General Aptitude Paper( which has now replaced the optional subject that was there earlier). With the Civil Service exam having very limited seats it’s a very difficult exam to crack. Many students appear multiple times to clear it.

    Changes in formats of question papers always tend to create a lot of mental discomfort in students. Many students are fearful of subjects like mathematics. This fear may be baseless considering the changes lay greater emphasis on the “aptitude” which mainly involves reasoning skills and not just mathematics.

    The civil services examination is basically a test to choose suitable administrators. It tests the candidate right from the stage when one starts the preparation. One common misconception about the prelims is that it is a test of facts and figures. That was never so and specially now. A candidate should have the right frame of mind and the will power to succeed in the exam. A proper action plan is needed for the preparation itself since he /she will be tested for some essential qualities like power of retention, clarity of concepts, ability to identify the correct alternatives with efficiency and accuracy. All this requires a quick decision making power.

    With the new pattern, more stress is on language skills and analysis and decision making capacities, so work on these on a consistent basis as these are skills that are developed over years and not just in a few months. It would be advisabble to start focusing on your problem solving and language skills as sooon as you decide to take these exams.

    Paper 1 is on General Studies
    This includes areas like
    Indian National Movement, Indian Polity, Basic Economic Understanding, Geography
    While the dynamic part includes current affairs, GK and has no proper definition and syllabus making quite vast.
    Paper 2 includes English, mathematics, reasoning, analytical ability, and interpersonal skills. Unlike paper 1 which has a static part this paper provides no such respite.

    Unlike paper 1 where quantity of questions is a major determinant for the static section paper 2 cannot be tamed without solving quality questions, though few in number Since the preliminary exam in particular is a test of endurance the candidate needs to prepare himself on the physical as well as mental level. The main constraint is the time one gets to answer questions. On an average one gets around 40 seconds for each question. Added to this time constraint is the fact that the exam is conducted in the month of May which is usually the hottest month all over the country. Most of the centres for the exam do not have proper facilities which adds to the stress. One sure way of dealing with this stress is to count numbers or to take a few deep breaths. Meditation and Yoga also help in dealing with stress to a great extent.

    Now we come to the actual preparation for the prelims exam. Since it is a multiple choice question paper, it needs a different preparation and a proper strategy. The first thing a candidate needs to bear in mind is that the examination is designed to evaluate certain qualities like a sharp memory and basic retention power. There are ways to increase one's memory like preparing charts. One gets confused when faced with mind boggling facts and figures. Important facts and figures can be simplified and represented on charts and they can arranged in the form of tables or graphs. Another thing to remember is to make short and brief notes on each topic so that the entire syllabus can be revised a day before the exam.

    It is better to use diagrams and link words which make it easier to understand difficult concepts. One more technique to help in retaining information is the use of abbreviations. Since the syllabus involves exhaustive information abbreviations help you to remember it better. It is a good method to remember dates, facts and figures in a picture format and to break up complex names and places into smaller and simpler words. The last and the most important technique is doing regular revision. This helps in retaining the maximum information. A separate time slot should be given to doing not only regular but multiple revisions like daily, weekly, monthly etc.

    Many candidates make a mistake of overloading themselves with lots of information and end up remembering nothing. One should be able to differentiate between relevant and irrelevant information. Since the preliminary exam is an elimination round the candidate should also learn to focus only on the information needed and filter out the rest. It helps to discuss with friends and teachers but the most reliable way is to solve past years question papers. One should also keep abreast with current events and information related to them.

    An important thing to remember is that for this exam it is just enough to remember information but to understand the concepts well instead of memorizing facts and figures. The questions asked are of 10+2 level. Therefore emphasis has to be on conceptual clarity. Any concept has to be understood with its origin, merits and de-merits, then it needs to be analysed with other relevant topics and lastly it has to be correlated with the events that have taken place during the year.

    The preliminary exam requires candidates who have the acumen and the ability to choose the right option of many given options. This needs a proper method of elimination. It is a good idea to go through previous years and model question papers and solve as many as possible. Taking a mock test of a certain number of G.S. questions and mathematics and general ability questions would be a good practice and help to pick out the most appropriate option.

    Each prelims paper is for two hours but a lot of time is wasted in signing attendance sheets etc, therefore there is a lot of need for effective Time Management not only for the exam but in the preparation as well. It is not enough to know the right answer but it has to be marked correctly on the answer sheet. Speed and Accuracy are important, so solving model question papers on a regular basis would be a great help.

    A good presence of mind is needed to eliminate the least appropriate options and arrive at the right one. However beware of negative marking so it is better to mark only sure shot answers than making guesses.

    Throughout the preparation for the prelims exam, it is important to remember that any topic or concept should not be studied in isolation. It is better to understand and establish a correlation between related concepts from other subjects and current events and happenings.

    Even with all this preparation, it is necessary to have a positive attitude and a great amount of will power to succeed to achieve your goal, that of getting through the civil services examination with flying colors!

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    umashankar.G is offline Junior Member
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    Re: How to pepare for IAS? Which job is better after B.Com graduation?

    after fishing B.Com Banking jobs , company accountant . IT audit department,

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    koti.kwr is offline Senior Member
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    Re: How to pepare for IAS? Which job is better after B.Com graduation?

    Hi guest,
    To become an IAS Officer you need to crack Civils Exam. Preparing for civils is a very tough job, there will be lots of competition andyou need to work very hard to crack civils exam. You need to be perfect in general knowledge and current affairs as the questions asked in the prelim exam are based on the two topics.

    All you need to know about is on india and its constitution and other matters. For the second level you need to be good at reasoning and English. As you mentioned that your communication is not good I suggest you to be prepared for that

    All the best.

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    How to prepare for IAS

    After B.com there are many job opportunities. After you can apply for the job in civil services, in defence, railway and in banking sector……

    As you want to do preparation for the IAS then it is good option……
    IAS stands for the Indian administration service….. This exam is conducted by the UPSC every year.

    Eligibility for the IAS:
    The candidate must be an Indian
    The candidate should have graduation in any field from a recognized university
    The candidate has graduation with minimum 55% marks….
    The age should be between 21 to 30 years….
    No. of attempts are given below:
    For General category: 4 attempts
    For OBC: 7 attempts
    For SC/ST candidates: no limits
    If you are eligible for the IAS then you can apply for the IAS exam
    Procedure for the IAS:
    Premilarnary exam
    Mains exam
    These are the three steps for the selection for IAS
    For the IAS you need to do hard work

    You should improve your general knowledge and read newspaper daily you should also have the knowledge about the current affairs…

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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: How to pepare for IAS? Which job is better after B.Com graduation?

    Hello dude!

    Generally IAS EXAM consists of Preliminary Examination and Main Examination.

    The Preliminary Exam contains two papers.
    * one paper is optional.
    * one paper is General studies.

    If any wants to have command on General studies,they must concentrate on topics such as:

    Mental Ability,
    General Knowledge,
    Current affairs,

    Concentrating on the above topics will make you successful.


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