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7th March 2012, 06:15 PM
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How could I become a district collector after passing B.Tech Mechanical? What are the qualifications for the same? What type of knowledge and which books are to be referred?


sir,
I am doing B.Tech(mech) 2nd year. I like to become a district collector.
How to become a collector after this degree?
what are qualifications to become?
what type of knowledge to become?
what are all the needs to become?
what type of books i have to study????




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which subject should i take in college period...............
what are the steps of further studies........................
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how could i became a collector after 12 hsc and how many percentages required
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what type of books to be referred of District collector after B.Sc
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what is the percentage required in cls (10 2) for giving IAS exam?plz give me correct data.
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sir,
I am doing B.Tech(mech) 2nd year. I like to become a district collector.
How to become a collector after this degree?
what are qualifications to become?
what type of knowledge to become?
what are all the needs to become?
what type of books i have to study????
The district collector has many responsibities on his shoulders. He has to maintain law and order in his district at the same time handly crisis situation like floods, earthquake and drought. He even plays important role in development of the district. Collector also has to play important role in panchayat elections and municipa elections.

If you can handle these responsibilities then yes you can easily become district collector with the B.Tech degree. All you need to do is complete the B.Tech after which appear in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) exam. If you passed this exam, you can become district collector.

You simply need to appear for the UPSC Civil Service Examination conducted every year for IAS and IPS officer. Make sure you choose IAS officer exam in the admission form. The preparation of IAS exam would have to be started parallel with your B.Tech course. IAS is not a easy exam to crack because a high competition. A lot of people opt for professional coaching before they appear for the IAS exam.

It is also important to understand that a lot of people don't crack the exam in first attempt. You should not lose confidence in such situation and prepare hard for the next time. Each candidate is given at least 4 chances to crack the IAS exam therefore even if you fail in the first attempt, take it positively and use the experience to prepare for the next exam.


Here is the eligibility criteria for IAS Exam:-

1. This exam is only open for the Indian citizens.

2. You should complete at least graduation course to appear in IAS exam. A B.Tech degree would be more than enough.


Age Limit:-

1. For General - 21 to 30 years.

2. OBC - 21 to 33 years.

3. SC/ST - 21 to 35 years.


Number of Attempts:-

General - 4

OBC - 7

SC/ST - There is no limit.


Exam Pattern:-

1. Preliminary Exam - 2 Papers of 200 marks each.

2. Main Exam - 9 Papers in total of 2000 marks.

3. Interview - 300 marks.



Subjects:-

For the 4 papers in Main exam, each candidate is required to select 2 subjects. Below is the list of subjects.

Agriculture
Management
Animal Husbandry & Vetinary Science
Mathematics
Anthropology
Mechanical Engineering
Botany
Medical Science
Chemistry
Philosophy
Civil Engineering
Physics
Commerce & Accountancy
Political Science & International Relations
Economics
Psychology
Geography
Sociology
Geology
Statistics
Indian History
Zoology

Useful Books to Prepare for IAS Exam:-

Administrative Thinkers by Prasad and Prasad

Public Administration and Public Affairs by Nicholas Henry

Sociological Thought by Abraham and Morgan

Methodology and Techniques of Social Research by Jaspal Singh

Our Constitution by Subhash Kashyap

Comprehensive Geography by D.R Khullar

Physical Geography by Savindra Singh

History of Political Thought Plato to Marx

Political Theory by O.P Gauba

Indian Political Thought: Themes and Thinkers
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how many years we have to study for IAS
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hello sir/madam

I have completed my B.E n i want to apply for upsc exams. May i knw the month when exams are conducted yearly?
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Respected Sir/Madam,
I have successfully completed my MS in Forensic Computing Investigation/Cybercrime from University of Derby (United Kingdom). I a also interested to utilize my skills to be a District collector, for that purpose I have to apply for IAS exams. But the subjects you have mentioned above is mandatory or a optional for Computer graduate? furthermore, what is the next exams date in the year of 2013?
I am very much look forward to hear from you.
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can i become a district collector after compliting my engineering from electronics and communication ?
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How could I become a district collector after passing B.E Computer? What are the qualifications for the same? What type of knowledge and which books are to be referred?


sir,
I am doing B.E(computer) 2nd year. I like to become a district collector.
How to become a collector after this degree?
what are qualifications to become?
what type of knowledge to become?
what are all the needs to become?
what type of books i have to study????
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how to become a deputy collector?
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I am student of engineering studying in last year of mechanical branch, please ans my doubt.
how many candidate are select as an IAS officer per annum ? What should be the highest and lowest merit for selection ?
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hi i m an bsc tyit student ,i wanted to know which subject should i take from 1)digital signal & systems or 2) IPR and cyber law ;
in my sixth semester . do any of the above subject is ok for applying to the IAS exams ?,
i want to become district collector ,what should i do after my graduation to get success in becoming DC?.
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26th November 2013, 09:27 PM
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hi i m a bsc tyit student what subject should i take from;
1)digital signals and systems or 2) IPR and cyber law
in my sixth semester, in order to appear for the IAS exams?
i want to become district collector , what should i do after my graduation to become DC?.
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sir i am doing B.E. With mechanical branch and i want to become an IAS , district collector what is procedure after B.E. ? What can i do now with parallel to B.E. As i am in 1st year for my aim ?
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It is necessary to select 2paper means if am mechanical engineeringstudent from 2nd year then I have to do one more degree or qualifications for applying this job plz sir plz mam anyone tell me I am little confused............
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I am studying in std 6 I want to be a collector of gondia district suggest me some books for preparation . Thanks . Reply me at [email protected]
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