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31st July 2011, 12:50 PM
susmit banerjee
 
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Can I apply for all UPSC Posts being a candidate of pursuing Graduation on Public Administration?


I'm doing graduation on Public Administration,can i apply for all posts of UPSC





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7th August 2011, 09:52 AM
jits
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Default Re: Can I apply for all UPSC Posts being a candidate of pursuing Graduation on Public Administration?

There are many exams conducted under the UPSC Board and you can attend only a few of them.Some of the exams conducted under the UPSC are CDS, CSAT, IES ,NDA ,CRPF, Forest Officer's,.etc

Since you cannot meet the eligibility criteria of all of the exams hence you can attend only a few of them related to your stream.Please go through the official website of the UPSC so that you can get all the details regarding the exams conducted by them.

UPSC-Click here

The notification regarding all the exams will be available in the site in Archival and Current notifications page hence please go through it.The old notification will be available in the Archival page.You can even go through it so that you can get the eligibility details.
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7th August 2011, 10:10 AM
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Default Re: Can I apply for all UPSC Posts being a candidate of pursuing Graduation on Public Administration?

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I'm doing graduation on Public Administration,can i apply for all posts of UPSC
hello
susmit

Hmmmmm UPSC............ under UPSC many exams are coducted some demands lect qualification ,some veternity ,some MBBS , some LLB and many more are there .You can also apply but if you are eligible for the jobs which are out.

If UPSC conducts exam for pubic administration then you can apply for it. It totally depends on which exam is gonna be conducting so check the "EMPLOYMENT NEWSPAPER" for latest news.

Best of Luck
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7th August 2011, 10:15 AM
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Default Re: Can I apply for all UPSC Posts being a candidate of pursuing Graduation on Public Administration?

hi dear
yes you can attend the exam which is organize under upsc , but in some few as you are a pursuing your graduation in public administration,
for more details you can visit website http://www.upsc.gov.in
from this website you can get details about which post you can appear .

good luck.......
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7th August 2011, 11:38 AM
rana2011
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Default Re: Can I apply for all UPSC Posts being a candidate of pursuing Graduation on Public Administration?

There are many exams conducted under the UPSC Board like:-
CDS, CSAT, IES ,NDA ,CRPF, Forest Officer's,.......etc

But you cannot fullfill the eligibility criteria of all of the exams so ,you can attend only a few of them related to your stream.
For all the details regarding the exams conducted by UPSC cheeck:-

www.upsc.gov.in

Thanks!
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7th August 2011, 01:49 PM
gauri2011
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Default Re: Can I apply for all UPSC Posts being a candidate of pursuing Graduation on Public Administration?

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Originally Posted by susmit banerjee View Post
I'm doing graduation on Public Administration,can i apply for all posts of UPSC
Dear Friend,
You have not mentioned about which UPSC exams you want to appear for.Many exams are conducted by the UPSC.Each exam has its own eligibility criteria regarding educational qualification and age.
If you want to appear for the IAS or IPS then at present you are not eligible as the minimum educational qualification required for these examination is Graduation.
For more details you can check UPSC's official website www.upsc.com.

Best wishes...
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