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8th June 2013, 04:53 PM
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How should I become an IAS officer after passing 10th?


i wanna become ias officer .so after 10th wat should i prefer in order to go in that way




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12th June 2013, 01:56 PM
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Graduation is the basic qualification preferred for IAS. You need to pass 11th, 12th, and graduation to join to the position of IAS Officer. Selection to the position is done through UPSC conducted entrance exam and interview. English language, Indian Polity, mental ability, geography, Indian history, world history, general studies, etc is the topics asked for the exam. You age must be between 21 and 30 years.
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12th June 2013, 09:23 PM
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After 10th, one is not eligible to become an IAS officer as the minimum academic qualification to become an IAS officer is Graduation Degree.

IAS - Indian Administrative Service and to become an IAS officer, one has to apply, appear and crack Civil Service Exam after Graduation Degree.

The eligible candidate must be an Indian National having either appear for the final Graduation Degree exam or pass in any stream from a recognised University within the age of 21 to 30 years with upper age relaxation for reserved candidate.

The selection is through three phases:-

-CSAT - Civil Service Aptitude Test - Preliminary Exam

-Civil Service Main Exam

-Personal Interview

For more information you may log on to http://www.upsc.gov.in
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13th June 2013, 12:50 AM
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Sorry , There is no choice to join in IAS after 10th stands because min qualification IAS is any degree .

So first ofall complete your Degree in any stream

IAS Stands Indian Administrative Service

IAS is a one of the civil service examination , IAS exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission once in a year

IAS Eligibility :

Candidates must be Indian

Candidates should have any Degree from a recognized University

Final year appearing Candidates also eligible for apply

Candidates age limit not more then 21 years & not less then 30 years

Reserved candidates have age relaxations as follows

3 years age relaxation for OBC Candidates (33 Years)

5 years age relaxation for SC/ST Candidates (35 years)

Number of Attempts :

General Candidates : 4 Times

OBC Candidates : 7 Times

SC/ST Candidates : No Limit

Selection Process :

Preliminary Examination

Main Examination

Interview
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13th June 2013, 06:25 AM
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Dear Friend,

The Acronym "IAS" Stands for Indian Administrative Services. If you want to join the Indian Administrative Services as an IAS Officer , then you have to pass the Civil Services Exam.

The Civil Services Exam is conducted every year for those candidates who want to join the following service departments :

* Indian Administrative Services

* Indian Police Services

* Indian Economic Services

* Indian Foreign Services

This Exam is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.

The Different stages of the Civil Services Exam are :

1) Preliminary Examination

2) MAINS Examination

3) Interview

Note : Each N Every candidate has to crack all the above mentioned stages to ensure his/her success in this exam.

The Essential Requisites for the Civil Services Exam are :

* The candidate must hold a Bachelor`s Degree in any stream from any UGC recognized university.

* Candidates pursuing Graduation and are in final year are also allowed to appear for this exam.

* The Age Limit :

a) For General candidates : 21-30 yrs

b) For OBC Candidates : 21-33 yrs

c) For SC/ST Candidates : 21-35 yrs

So , as you can see that there is no way out to become an IAS Officer right after passing the 10th standard.

So , you need to complete graduation first along with fulfilling all the other requisites to set your self eligible to apply for the Civil Services Exam.

This is the information i have to the bets of my knowledge regarding your query. Hope the information will help you to the extent you want.
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13th June 2013, 11:23 AM
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Default Re: How should I become an IAS officer after passing 10th?

hi,
IAS stands for Indian Administrative Services

Sorry, you are not eligible for Indian Administrative Services exam After passing 10th class....

A candidate must have completed their Graduation degree from Recognized Universities are eligible for It....

Final years student also apply for it...

Age Limit: 21-30 years General category, but there is relaxation is available for reserved category(OBC +3 , SC/ST +5)...


No. Attempt: Only 4 attempts available for General category

For OBC 7 attempt limit and for SC/ST no attempt limit

Exam Pattern:
1.Prelim Exam
2.Main Exam
3.Personal Interview..

All the best....................
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13th June 2013, 04:19 PM
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Graduation is the essential qualification for IAS Officer examination which is also known as Civil Services Examination.

As you are in 10th means you have a long time ahead of you for IAS examination. You must opt for the stream in which you have interest and also make sure that you have other options also other than IAS examination
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IAS examination is conducted for the top level jobs in Central Government and you need to be very well prepared for the exam then only you will be able to crack the examination.

You must study very deeply whatever you study in your schooling because the syllabus for IAS examination is mainly from the NCERT books. Hence if you have studied throroughly in your school days then your half the work will be done.

Age Limit for IAS Exam:

General Category - 21 to 30 years

OBC Category - 21 to 33 years

SC/ST Category - 21 to 35 years

Exam Pattern:

-Preliminary Exam

-Mains Exam

-Personality Test

Number of Attempts Allowed:

General Category - 4 attempts

OBC Category - 7 attempts

SC/ST Category - No Restriction

For more information visit http://www.upsc.gov.in
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13th June 2013, 06:55 PM
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Default Re: How should I become an IAS officer after passing 10th?

what should i do after passed 12th with 45 PERCENT
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13th June 2013, 09:19 PM
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Default Re: How should I become an IAS officer after passing 10th?

You are not eligible to become IAS Officer after completion of 10th class.

one should have completed Graduation with any of the stream from a recognized university in order to be eligible for IAS Exam.

One should have to crack civil services exam to make entry into IAS.

The complete selection procedure is by

Civil Services Aptitude Test
Civil Services Main Exam
Interview

The required age criteria for the candidates to take this exam is

21-30 years of age for the candidates of General category.
21-33 years of age for the candidates of OBC category
21-35 years of age for the candidates of SC or ST category.

So, I suggest you to complete 12th class first.

Once you complete 12th class, join Graduation in the stream which you are interested.

Start preparing for civil services exam from the 2nd year of your Graduation and apply for this exam after completion of your Graduation.

If possible, try to have preparation for this exam from a coaching institute.

You should secure more marks in the Entrance Exam to be placed in IAS.

keep this in mind and carry out your preparation.

Wish you all the best.
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14th June 2013, 07:52 PM
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Default Re: How should I become an IAS officer after passing 10th?

Hai,

A 10 th class completed students are not eligible for Indian Administrative Service. The educational qualification for IAS is Graduation, So first complete your graduation then after you are eligible. The complete details are given below.

To become an IAS officer you need to appear Civil Services examination, which is conducted by the UPSC(Union Public Service Commisson) once in a year.


Eligibility criteria:-

The applicant must have to complete graduation or any equivalent bachelor's degree from a recognised university.

No need of percentage restrictions.

Final year graduation appearing candidates are also be eligible.

Candidate must be an Indian citizen.

Age criteria:-

The candidates age should be not lessthan 21 years and not morethan 30 years.

3 years upper age relaxation for OBC candidates,

5 years upper age relaxation for SC/ST candidates,

10 years upper age relaxation for PWD candidates.


Selection process:-

Civil Services Preliminary Examination,

Civil Services Mains examination,

Personal Interview.



Number of attempts:-

4 times for General candidates,

7 times for OBC candidates,

No limit for SC/ST candidates.

For more detail visit
www.upsc.gov.in

All the best.
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14th June 2013, 10:24 PM
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Default Re: How should I become an IAS officer after passing 10th?

For IAS officer post you have to appear and clear the UPSC Civil services exams


Eligibilty to apply for this exams is

Education: Graduation pass in any stream from a recognized university
No minimum percentage of marks is required in Graduation

Age- Minimum 21 years
Maximum 30 years
OBC can apply till 33 years
SC/ST can apply till 35 years

Attempts/Chances: UPSC has also fixed number of attempts
General- 4 times
OBC-7 times
SC/ST-No Restrictions


So, complete your graduation and than apply for this exam
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