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    IAS exam after M.Sc in Microbiology and B.Sc in Medical lab technology

    gud evng .. sir \ madam . i am monika. i just complted my msc in june 2010 from microbiology. i had my gradution in bsc medical lab technology. i wnt to give ias exam coz i dnt wnt 2 do job for only myslf or 4 earning money i wnt 2 do job in whc i work for india or work for peole. so i wnt 2 knw is ths ryt platform mean do i hv any stability in gvng ths exam or i hv 2 do smthng else. thank u

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    sah.alok is offline Senior Member
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    Re: IAS exam after M.Sc in Microbiology and B.Sc in Medical lab technology


    The eligibility criteria for applying in IAS is
    1)minimum qualification-graduation in any discipline that is any stream
    and there is no minimum percentage require
    2)age limit-21 to 30 years,21-33 years,21-35 years for sc/st
    3)number of attempts 4-for general category,7-obc,unlimited-sc/st.

    So you get the criteria and according to it,you are very much applicable and will not have to do any special course,for that,just prepare for the exams,as it is considered as one the toughest exams in the world,so be fully committed towards it.
    for more informations visit the website of UPSC which conducts IAS exams

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    exam1 is offline Senior Member
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    Re: IAS exam after M.Sc in Microbiology and B.Sc in Medical lab technology

    IAS exam stands indian administrative service which is conducted by upsc.
    You have to apply when the notification for UPSC Civil Service Exam notification made in Dec 2012 or Jan 2013.

    Must be not less than 21 years and should not more than 30 years for general category candidates
    Up to 5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates
    Up to 3 years relaxation for OBC candidates

    3)Minimum Education Qualification:-

    Graduation from recognized University
    Final year students who are awaiting for results are also apply

    4)Number of Attempts:-

    For SC/ST candidates there is no limit
    For OBC candidates maximum number of attempts are 4
    For General category candidates maximum limit is 7 attempts

    Selection Process:-

    1)Preliminary Exam
    2)Main Exam
    3) Interview


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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: IAS exam after M.Sc in Microbiology and B.Sc in Medical lab technology

    Hello dude!

    It's good to see people like you having such beautiful thought of serving the country.Now a days people had become very selfish and they are not even bothering about the fellow humanbeing.Heartfully I wish you all the best.

    Coming to the details of I.A.S you are eligible for writing the exam as you have completed graduation.There is no objection that graduation must be completed in a particular stream only.So you can write the exam.But it is very tough to crack the exam,you need to work hard,concentrate a lot.I don't say you can't but if you have proper attitude and enthusiasm then surely you can make it.

    The exam for Indian Administrative Service is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.The Eligibility details of the P.O posts are as follows:
    • Candidates must have completed graduation from any recognized university.
    • Minimum 21 years of age.
    • The maximum age allowed is 30 years.
    • Age relaxation is provided for reserved categories.
    • 5 years for SC/ST Candidates.
    • 3 years for OBC candidates.
    • 10 years for physically handicapped candidates.

    The above mentioned are the eligibility details of the I.A.S Exam.

    Coming to the exam pattern,there are 3 stages totally involved.They are:
    1.PRELIMINARY Examination.
    2.Main Examination.

    Every round is a knockout round and candidates who are qualified in the preliminary exam are only eligible for the Main Examination.After the Main Examination there will be an Interview which is the final stage of the examination.

    For a General category student-4,
    For an OBC Candidate - 7 attempts.
    For a SC/ST Candidate- No limit.

    These are the details of the IAS Examination.

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