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    Percentage requirement for civil services? Am i eligible with below 60%?

    sar pls guide me due to some prblm my engg. % is not 60 then i am fit for civil services?

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    GovernmentJobsExpert is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Percentage requirement for civil services? Am i eligible with below 60%?

    You have mentioned that you have scored below 60% marks in engineering. With this percentage of marks you are in all ways eligible to apply for Civil Services exam. There is no condition about the percentage of marks to be scored in graduation to apply for Civil services exam. Graduation is the main qualification required for this exam. Hence only a pass percentage is necessary to apply for this exam. Candidates who are above 30 years cannot attend this exam. If you qualify both preliminary and main examination you can attend personal interview. Clearing this round too is an important part of the selection procedure.

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    Re: Percentage requirement for civil services? Am i eligible with below 60%?

    I want best govt job with good salary? my qualification is B.E CIVIL ENGINEERING, pls reply

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    sah.alok is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Percentage requirement for civil services? Am i eligible with below 60%?

    Hello

    There is no issue with the percentage of the graduation for the civil services as you must know that to apply in any civil services you must have completed your graduation,but you do not need to have a minimum percentage to apply for the exam.There are mainly five civil services
    IAS,IPS,IES,IES,IFS

    For IAS,IPS,IFS you just need to complete your graduation in any stream with no minimum percentage required.
    For IES,IES one stands for engineering services and other stands for economic services,in both you need to have a engineering degree in mechanical,civil,electrical,electronics and communication and post graduate degree in economics/applied economics/business economics respectively.
    But no issue of age is here also,you must go with it ,do not worry about the percentage.

    For more details visit the website of UPSC
    www.upsc.gov.in

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    Re: Percentage requirement for civil services? Am i eligible with below 60%?

    What is percentage of quota for the ex servicemen of indian army in PCS in U.P.

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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Percentage requirement for civil services? Am i eligible with below 60%?

    Hello dude!

    Union Public Service Commission conducts various exams and some of them are IAS, IPS, IFS etc.The age limits, educational qualifications and number of attempts are mentioned below:

    AGE LIMITS:

    * The minimum age is 21 years and that too irrespective of caste and religion. For example if you are writing exam in 2014 then you must be 21 years old on 1st August of 2014.
    * Coming to the maximum age limit,If you're a _ _ _ _ _ category candidate and you want to give exam in the year _____,then you must not be __ years old on August 1st of that year.

    Now in the above sentence fill in the blanks from the below list.
    1. General category: 30 years.
    2. SC /ST : 35 years.
    3.OBC: 33 years.
    4.Physically handicapped persons: 40 years.
    5.Citizens of Jammu and Kashmir: 35 years.
    6.Defense services personnel: 35 years.
    7.Ex-Service men category: 35 years.

    So if you're a GENERAL category candidate and want to give exam in the year 2013,then you must not be 30 years old on August 1st of 2013.These are the age limits of the exams.

    EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS :

    The minimum educational qualification required for the exam is graduation in any stream.

    NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS:

    * For General category : 4 attempts.
    * For OBC and physically handicapped category : 7 attempts.
    * For SC/ST category : No limit.

    These are the complete details of the UPSC exams.

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