Thursday, September 6, 2018

How to become an IAS officer

IAS Eligibility 

 Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) organizes many examinations, one of them is Civil Services Examination, today we know what qualifications (IAS eligibility) should be for civil service. Vacancy is in very small amounts compared to candidates participating in the Civil Services Examination, usually the number of Vacancy varies per year. Today, we will carefully understand all aspects of IAS eligibility such as qualifications, number of efforts, age limit, number of vacancies, UPSC pattern etc.

Because it is necessary to fulfill the following qualifications to participate in the Civil Services Examination, otherwise you can not participate in the Civil Services Examination.

How do become an IAS officer
How do become an IAS officer

IAS ELIGIBILITY: Qualification
Citizenship

It is compulsory for the candidate to be an Indian citizen for IAS, IPS and IFS.
For additional posts of IAS, IPS and IFS
Be a citizen of India or
Be a citizen of Nepal or
Be a citizen of Bhutan or
A refugee who lived permanently in India before 1 January 1962.

 QUALIFICATION for IAS

Graduation by any State or Central University or Deemed University
Bachelor degree obtained through distance learning
Bachelor Degree from Open University
Students who are in the last year of graduation can also apply for civil service. But before joining the main exam, it is necessary to attach a bachelor's degree with the application form.

AGE LIMIT For IAS

For general category candidates - 21 to 32 years

For OBC category candidates - 21 to 32 years + Years with relaxation of 03 years

For SC / ST category candidates - 21 to 32 years + Years with relaxation of 05 years

ATTEMPT

For General Category Candidates - 6

For OBC category candidates - 9

For SC ST Category Candidates - No Limit

UPSC PATTERN


The Civil Services Exam is done in three phases, its Notification comes in January-February. And its applications are in February-March, and the preliminary examinations are held in June. Click on the Civil Services Exam to know in detail?

Civil Services Initial Examination consists of 2 papers-

CSAT


The second step is the Mains Examination, to reach this, you must first pass the Civil Services Preliminary Examination.

Then after passing the main exam, the interview is called for, then in the interview, the pass candidate is given a place in the merit list according to the vacancies and marks.

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