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9th October 2011, 04:27 AM
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Can a girl with 60% in 12th without Maths write SSD, CDS or UPSC exam?


Does a girl getting 60% in 12 without maths can write ssd , cda or upsc exam?




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11th October 2011, 12:29 PM
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Does a girl getting 60% in 12 without maths can write ssd , cda or upsc exam?
yeah for sure.. you can write all the exams even if you have less percentage in 12th.

I'll give you brief details about your mentioned examination so please do have a look at it.

CSE: Civil Service Exam by UPSC

This is a common entrance exam for recruiting people into Civil Services like IAS/IPS/IFS etc. Group A and Group B services also.

you need to complete your degree or at least pursue your final year degree to enroll and appear for the examination.

SSC : Staff Selection Commission.

This is responsible to recruit the technical and non technical posts in Central and state govt sector.

This conducts these examinations.
->Combined Graduate Level Exam.

->Tax assistant Exam.

->Statistical Investagators grade 4 exam

->Junior Engineer(Civl and electrical) exam

->Deputy field officer exam.

etc., etc.,

you are eligible for all examinations being a girl also after completing your degree only.

CDS : Combined Defence Services exam

This is the exam conducted by UPSC for recruiting degree students in to Defence services in all the three wings.

->Army wing
->Naval wing.
->Airforce wing.


Only graduates are eligible for this so you have to first complete your graduation for this too.


For all the above exams you need to complete your Degree course and also should have 21 years of minimum age.

This is all about your query.

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11th October 2011, 01:17 PM
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for sure.. you can write all the exams even if you have less percentage in board exams the only thing is ..you should have a degree.
Civil Service Exam by UPSC

This is a common entrance exam for recruiting people into Civil Services like IAS/IPS/IFS etc. Group A and Group B services also.

you need to complete your degree or at least pursue your final year degree to enroll and appear for the examination.

SSC : Staff Selection Commission.

This is responsible to recruit the technical and non technical posts in Central and state govt sector.

This conducts these examinations.
->Combined Graduate Level Exam.
->Tax assistant Exam.
->Statistical Investagators grade 4 exam
->Junior Engineer(Civl and electrical) exam
->Deputy field officer exam.etc., etc.,

CDS
This is the exam conducted by UPSC for recruiting degree students in to Defence services in all the three wings.
->Army wing
->Naval wing.
->Airforce wing.




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11th October 2011, 03:20 PM
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Does a girl getting 60% in 12 without maths can write ssd , cda or upsc exam?

Eligibility for CDS and UPSC Exams


In order to appear for the following exams..you just have to be a graduate degree holder without any percentage restriction..

There is no constraint of percentage in any of these exams..

For CDS(Cobined Defense Services)

In order to appear for this exam..

1) You need to be a graduate (in Science stream if you want to join the Indian Navy or Indian Air Force)

2) You should be within the age limit of 19-23 years

Apart from these..you need to be physically fit and should have a perfect eyesight..


For UPSC Exams

For Civil Service Exams :-

1) You should be a graduate or a graduation student from a recognized college..

2) You should be within the age limit of 21-30 years if you belong to general category..21-33 years if you belong to OBC and 21-35 years if you belong to SC/ST

The maximum number of attempts allowed for General Category is 4,for OBC its 7 and for SC/ST there is no limit..

So,first..in order to be eligible for any of these exams..you need to complete your graduation..

all the best..

With Warm Regards
"Nitz"
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11th October 2011, 03:21 PM
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Does a girl getting 60% in 12 without maths can write ssd , cda or upsc exam?
Yes, you can apply for ssc,cds and upse examination.
percentage is not affecting you eligibility,but you have to be a graducate with any stream in recognized university.

SSC-Staff Selection Commission

ssc conduct exam for matriculation and graduate exam every year.

>> combined metric exam.
>> Combined Graduate exam
>> Tax assistance exam

for more related post log on to http://www.ssc.org

UPSE: Union Public Service Exam


Every year UPSE conduct various examination for graduate candidate:
>> Civil Service Exam
>> Indian Police Service
>> Indian Forest Service

Qualification and Age: a candidate should be graduate and age between 21 to 30 year.
for more information log on to www.upse.gov.in

Combined Defense Service Exam (CDSE)
CDSE conduct by UPSE every year
a candidate having a interest in defense enroll for cdse exam after graduation.
age : 19 to 23 year and
19 to 22 for Indian air force.

So, dear friend firstly complete Graduation then you should be eligible for above examination.
good luck
*Gaint*
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25th March 2012, 08:26 PM
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should i gave upsc exam without maths in 12th?
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