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9th June 2017, 01:25 PM
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Which course to take next after 12th maths to become a collector in future?


Which course to take next after 12th maths to become a collector in future? Can you please suggest me all the next steps which I need to take to ensure that I will become collector in future? Hope that I will be guided better with your answers.




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9th June 2017, 07:17 PM
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To become Collector you must have to appear and qualify in Civil Service examination conducted by UPSC every year.

The eligibility to appear for examination is candidate must have passed bachelor degree from a recognised board in any discipline and age limit to appear for examination is 21-32 years with relaxation in upper age limit for reserved category.

So, you can pursue any stream in bachelor degree to appear for examination. The candidates are also eligible to select optional paper for Mains examination other than discipline paper of examination.

For more information about examination visit at www.upsc.gov.in.
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9th June 2017, 07:38 PM
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To become Collector you have to qualify the civil services exam that is conducted by UPSC.
If you will get good rank in this exam then only you can become Collector.
Age should be in between 21 to 32 years and relaxation in a price limit is provided to reserved category students.
Minimum qualification required to appear in this exam is graduation in any discipline from a recognised University. So you have to pursue your graduation after passing your 12th standard from a recognised University to become Collector in future.
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9th June 2017, 08:28 PM
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According to eligibility criteria, aspirants who have completed their graduation in any discipline from a recognised University are eligible to appear in civil services exam to become Collector in future which is conducted by Union Public Service Commission every year.
If you have passed your 12th standard with mathematics stream then you have to complete your graduation and after that you are eligible.
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10th June 2017, 12:34 AM
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Candidates are eligible to pursue any stream in there bachelor degree to appear for Civil Service examination condcuted by UPSC.

The eligibility to appear for examination is that candidate must have passed bachelor degree in any discipline from a recognised university and age limit to appear for examination is 21-32 years with relaxation in upper age limit for reserved category.

The examination will be conducted in three stages and you have to qualify in all three stages of examination for final recruitment.

So, from now you must start preparation for examination as according to syllabus of examination.

Candidates with determination, dedication and devotion to their study will be only eligible to qualify in examination.

To get information about examination visit at www.upsc.gov.in.
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10th June 2017, 02:30 AM
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Its not the time you can appear in the recruitment exam for becoming collector because you are not enough qualified to appear in the exam, the minimum qualification to appear in the exam is being a Graduate, once you are a graduate can apply in the Civil Service Exam conducted by UPSC which recruits IAS, IPS, IFS, etc. The exam is generally of 3 stages viz. Preliminary, Mains, Interview. For now onwards you should start preparing for the exam, so start focusing and reading the NCERTs and try to memorise the basic and common facts which are avoided by many and from their the questions are asked.
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10th June 2017, 10:48 AM
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Follow below steps to become a collector

>> After 10+2 do a graduation degree in any stream.
>> After your graduation you need to sit in ICS examination.
>> Age limit for the eligibility is between 21 to 31 years.
>> Candidate need to qualify prelims and mains exams with good rank.
>> As per the merit of mains exam students will be called for the interview schedule and document verification process.

*** For more detail of current vacancy and if you wish to contact the cell kindly visit www.upsc.gov.in
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10th June 2017, 11:05 AM
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If you wish to become Collector in future, then you will have to appear for Civil Services Exam.

For appearing in this exam, you will have to first pursue graduation in any course.

Either it is B.Com or B.Tech or BBA or B.A., it doesn't matter.

During the final year of your graduation, you can appear for this exam.

It will have three stages i.e.
  • Preliminary Exam
  • Main Exam
  • Personal Interview.
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10th June 2017, 02:58 PM
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I have scored 64% in 10th, 55.6 in 12th and 64% in BE-cse till 6th semester. Whether I can get any job in Company. Please let me know such type of company. Can you please send me those Company names
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