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31st July 2011, 08:12 PM
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I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class. how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips
It is really interesting that you small kids have this strong aspiration at a small age of 15 like you.
I appreciate your decision !

Actually IAS/IPS are big words at the age of 15 but I will provide you the basic details about how to walk towards your goal.

First about IAS/IPS

IAS : Indian Administrative Service
IPS : Indian Police services

IAS officers will have certain powers to administrate(to guide) the Government officers under him.

He/She is the supreme in a particular area that is for example in a state there will be different districts right..? So for each district there will be an IAS/Collector who is the king of that district I hope you understood.

IAS also have to monitor the privileges provided by Govt mainly like Sanitation, Land Robbing issues and all He will have continous support from the respective Minister and The Police department will provide full support to the IAS officer so that he can order a high level police officer as he wish.

IPS officer is the one who will maintain law and order with respect to the ruling Party or The Government.

This is all about your desired job structures

now we will see how to get there !!

-> you have to get a degree of your wish
-> first you have to obtain 21 years of age

after that you have to apply for the three stage Civil Service examination.

You need not to prepare the General Studies books or Psychology books from this stage but you need to have a vision about your future goal with that vision you have to set your mind in a particular way

what it means is you have to tune your mind before preparation of IAS exam
you should grasp a lot of information from tv/newspaper/surroundings/relations/tactical thinking/logical reasoning

all these abilities should be possessed by an IAS aspirant.

I hope you got the gist of what I'm trying to explain

All the best for your future

there is a long way to go
Keep your interest with Same Enthusiasm

Regards

~AdityA~




 
31st July 2011, 08:15 PM
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How to start preparation for IAS and IPS from 10th standard?

Quote: Originally Posted by Unregistered
I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class. how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips

It is really interesting that you small kids have this strong aspiration at a small age of 15 like you.
I appreciate your decision !

Actually IAS/IPS are big words at the age of 15 but I will provide you the basic details about how to walk towards your goal.

First about IAS/IPS

IAS : Indian Administrative Service
IPS : Indian Police services

IAS officers will have certain powers to administrate(to guide) the Government officers under him.

He/She is the supreme in a particular area that is for example in a state there will be different districts right..? So for each district there will be an IAS/Collector who is the king of that district I hope you understood.

IAS also have to monitor the privileges provided by Govt mainly like Sanitation, Land Robbing issues and all He will have continous support from the respective Minister and The Police department will provide full support to the IAS officer so that he can order a high level police officer as he wish.

IPS officer is the one who will maintain law and order with respect to the ruling Party or The Government.

This is all about your desired job structures

now we will see how to get there !!

-> you have to get a degree of your wish
-> first you have to obtain 21 years of age

after that you have to apply for the three stage Civil Service examination.

You need not to prepare the General Studies books or Psychology books from this stage but you need to have a vision about your future goal with that vision you have to set your mind in a particular way

what it means is you have to tune your mind before preparation of IAS exam
you should grasp a lot of information from tv/newspaper/surroundings/relations/tactical thinking/logical reasoning

all these abilities should be possessed by an IAS aspirant.

I hope you got the gist of what I'm trying to explain

All the best for your future

there is a long way to go
Keep your interest with Same Enthusiasm

Regards




 
31st July 2011, 08:25 PM
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I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class. how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips
Dear friend there is given all information about IAS exam.............

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If you wanna crack UPSC...web is NOT a good source to look for but you'll get a starting point...Most of your questions (like Calendar For Examinations, Eligibilty Criteria, Prelims and mains question papers, Indian Forest Service, Combined Defence Services, Combined Medical Services, Indian Economics Services, Indian Statistical Services) have been answered at ..

Some Useful Sites:
-- Sri Ram's IAS study circle

-- Official Website of UPSC

-- Crack IAS

-- Vajiram and Ravi classes' webpage

Before discussing further, I would like to answer the most popular questions.... (Ofcourse if you don't get the info. at the above mentioned sites...LOL)

Where can I get old upsc question papers?
Get in touch with

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Question papers are pretty cheap...Rs. 50- 60 per subject. They publish papers in Hindi Medium also. You can request them to send to papers by VPP


Address or Contact Details of IAS Coaching Classes
Buy magazines like Competition Success Review , Toppers , Civil Services Chronicle ..etc.. You'll get everything.
The address of Brilliant tutorials is :


Brilliant Tutorials , 12, Masilamani Streeeet, T. Nagar, Chennai 600017, India



What subjects shall I choose ? What are my chances to win the race?
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Where can I get syllabus for Prelims and mains ?
Employement news publishes it along with the add...or You can send a request to Brilliant Tutorials regarding coaching...they'll send you the syllabus.. ..or...you can mail me...but remember....it may take about 15-20 days to get a response from me.......


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You'll get syllabus and reference books. There are many resources available at Delhi...
The competitive examinations at UPSC are in three stages

IAS Preliminary examinations (Prelims)
The prelims are held around May-June.It has objective ie multiple choice questions. There are two papers (duration of each being 2 hrs).

a) General studies
b) Optional subject

you can choose from Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Agriculture, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Statistics etc.

Important: It is not compulsory to choose the same subjects of your graduation. The results are declared in July-August and the successful candidates are called for the main examinations.

PS. The prelims score has no bearing for determining the final merit list for the services.

Civil Services Main examination
The main written examination usually takes place in Oct-Nov, it comprises of 9 papers in all (a lot more strenuous than CAT!) Duration of each paper is 3 hrs.

Language: one of the Indian languages, English, Essay GK and Current Affairs: 2 papers on general studies

Optionals: papers from two subjects that fall in optional-1 and two papers from optional-2 (a choice of subjects is listed by the UPSC in the prospectus) Candidates who are successful in the main examinations are eligible for an interview which plays a crucial part in the selection.


Civil Services - The Interview
The interview calls are sent in March-April of the following year and they take place in the month of April-May. The Board of interviewers look for a well-adjusted personality with the social traits, integrity and qualities of leadership . PS. The number of candidates called for the interview is normally twice the number of vacancies.

BEWARE : The whole process of selection in the civil services takes a full year and when the application process is included it sums up to 18 months in all. PLEASE NOTE :The main exam score and the interview determines the placement in the final list. You have your say in the choice of service if you have secured a high position, otherwise accept what is offered if not take another attempt (4 attempts permitted) in the general category. Of course you have to start from the prelims all over again.


PS. the I.A.S.occupies the highest order of importance and is usually given first preference by the selected candidates. In recent years Income Tax, Customs etc also have become popular. IFS is not that sought after now.

5 tips for IAS aspirants

Be very particular about the subject you choose for prelims, as you will be appearing for an objective type of paper. History, maths, geography may prove to be very scoring. Choose subjects which have availability of books, reading material and guidance. In recent years engineering subjects like civil and electrical can be chosen, giving BEs and IITians an edge (yes! even here they are giving the BAs and BScs a tough fight!)
G.K. will definitely pay in your prelims. Reading newspapers, watching TV news and of course quiz shows like KBC is a must.
If you have been lucky enough to reach the interview stage book knowledge may not be the only thing you need. Your mental alertness will count as they ask you questions like �How many steps did you walk up to reach here?� or � What is the colour of the wall behind you ? - So be prepared.
Enhance your personality becoz it will definitely be one of the criteria for selection. For IPS physical wellbeing is of great importance, you should be medically fit.
Improve your communication skills. IFS aspirants must be proficient in at least one foreign language. So go ahead, have your say in this political mess of our country and try to make it a better place. Preparing for the UPSC Exam: There are numerous private coaching institutes and �study circles�. To guide and encourage IAS candidates in Maharashtra the govt has set up SIAC (State Institute for Administrative Careers), Hazarimal Somani marg (CST) Mumbai-1. Tel :2070942 (You must have Maharashtra domicile to get admission here)




Flash News: The government is contemplating a change in the UPSC selection format which is essentially the same since British times. But, don�t worry - that will definitely take a few years.

Tell me something about Civil Services Examination?

Civil Services Introduction A country as vast and thickly populated as India needs a well organised government machinery for proper governance. There are two facets to the administration of a country. One is security for which the country has its defence services and the other is the non-military part, which is taken care of by the Civil Services.

The origin of the IAS can be traced back to the year of India�s independence, 1947. The IAS operates at three levels -central, district and divisional. Work at the central level involves the framing and implementation of policies. The functions of the IAS at the district level encompass all district affairs with special emphasis on development. General administration and development work is the responsibility of the IAS at the divisional level. The post of an IAS officer carries a lot of responsibility. The work definition of an IAS officer would encompass framing, modifying and interpreting policy matters in consultation with the concerned Minister. Implementation of policies calls for supervision and also travelling to the places where the decisions taken are being implemented. Implementation entails disbursement of funds, which calls for personal supervision. The officers are answerable to the Parliament for any irregularities that may occur. At the top of the hierarchy of IAS officers is the Cabinet Secretary followed by Secretary/ Additional Secretary, Joint Secretary, Director, Under Secretary and then the Junior Scale Officers. These posts are filled according to seniority.

The Indian Police Service (IPS) As the name suggests, the main responsibility of the IPS is public safety and security. The Indian Police Service is divided into various departments like the Crime Branch, the Criminal Investigation Department, Home Guards and the Traffic Bureau. The area of functioning for the IPS can be broadly divided into: maintenance of law and order, crime prevention and detection, traffic control and accident prevention and management. The IPS also has several policing agencies like the Intelligence Bureau, the Central Bureau of Investigation, Cabinet Secretariat Security, Border Security Force and the Central Reserve Police Force. After the initial probation of two years, an IPS officer is given charge as an Additional Superintendent of Police of a district. This post is usually held for two years and then comes the next appointment, that of the Superintendent of Police and then the post of the Deputy Inspector General (DIG). The hierarchy in the IPS cadre is like this - the Director General of Police (DG) is the head of the entire Police force of a state. Special divisions of the Police force like the Border Security Force, the CBI, etc., have a Director General at the helm.

The Indian Forest Service (IFS) The maintenance of the natural resources of the country is very essential for a balanced all round development of the country. Maintenance of forests is so important for maintaining the ecological balance that the Indian Forest Service has been set up for this very purpose. The All India Forest Service came into being in 1966. The areas of functioning for the Indian Forest Service include protection and conservation of forests, wildlife and forest produce.

What does it take to opt for civil service?
Mental alertness; interest in a variety of subjects; good intellect in order to be able to tackle any subject or situation; an ability to sift, weigh and apply differing opinions from various people; leadership qualities; the ability to inspire others and to channelise available talent; tact and diplomacy; and, integrity. These are some personality traits that you should look for in yourself when you consciously make a decision to opt for civil service.

What is the Cadre System in civil services ?
The Civil Services has been divided into various grades to facilitate functioning. The grade determines the area of work. Junior scale officers work in the states that they are allotted to. Senior scale officers work as Under Secretaries in the State. Officers in the Junior Administrative Grade, which is reached after nine years of service, hold the position of a Deputy Secretary. When officers make it to the Selection Grade, which is reached after fourteen years of service they hold the position of Directors or Deputy Secretary. The next scale is known as the Super Time Scale or the Senior Administrative Grade and the officers in this grade hold the post of a Joint Secretary, Additional Secretary, Secretary or Cabinet Secretary. The Civil Services can be broadly classified as All India Services and Central Services.

What is the Selection Process ?
Eligibility for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination The minimum age requirement for appearing for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination is 21 and the upper age limit is 30 years. The minimum academic requirement is graduation in any discipline from a recognised Indian University or an equivalent academic qualification. All candidates are allowed four attempts. There is a relaxation for SC/ST candidates on the number of attempts, if they are otherwise eligible.

For entry to the civil service, there�s a multi-step examination process. The entire process takes a full calendar year. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) first conducts an objective type preliminary examination for screening candidates.

The Preliminary Examination:

There are two papers for the preliminary round. There is one on general studies and another on an optional subject. The question papers are set in both Hindi and English. Each paper is for a duration of two hours. General study covers history, geography, economics and so on. The question papers have objective type multiple choice questions. The general studies paper carries 150 marks.

The syllabus for the optional subject is the same as that for graduation level. The question paper for the optional subject carries 300 marks. The optional subject for the second paper may be chosen from the following :

Agriculture
Animal Husbandry and veterinary science
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
Indian History
Law
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology

The Main Examination:

The preliminary round is basically a screening round. The marks obtained are not counted for in the final stage of the examination. For candidates who clear the preliminary round, there is the main round. The second stage is the main examination that includes written tests and an interview. The written test consists of nine papers (essay type answers to be written)

Paper I: One Indian language

That is included in the Eighth schedule of the Indian Constitution. These languages are
Assamese
Bengali
Gujarati
Hindi
Kannada
Kashmiri
Malayalam
Marathi
Oriya
Pali
Punjabi
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Tamil
Telugu
Urdu.
This paper is of a qualifying nature and the marks obtained are not counted for ranking. This paper is not compulsory for candidates from the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim. Paper II: English. The English language paper is also of a qualifying nature and the marks obtained are not counted for ranking.

Paper III: Essay

Paper IV &V: General Studies Optional Subject I (two papers)

Optional subject II (two papers). For papers VI, VII, VIII, and IX two subjects are to be chosen. The list of subjects from which the choice may be made is
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry and veterinary science
Anthropology
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce & Accountancy
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
History
Law
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science & International Relations
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology
Literature in one of the following languages: Arabic, Assamese, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Marathi, Malayalam, Oriya, Pali, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.Except English, the question papers are set in both Hindi and English.

The total marks secured in both the written tests and the personal interview determine the rank of a candidate. The Interview This is the last hurdle to be cleared. The interview carries 250 marks and there are no stipulated minimum qualifying marks. The main aim of the interview is to assess a candidate's overall personality. The interview is conducted by a board. The board is fully informed about the candidate and they base their questions on a record of the candidate's career, which is provided to them. The aspects that are generally looked into are the candidate's grasp of academics and general awareness as in current affairs, social issues, etc. It is basically a test of the potential of a candidate. The board tries to assess whether he or she can rise to the demands of the job of a Civil Servant.

What are the Job Prospects ?
Depending upon his rank, a candidate is recruited to services such as the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and other departments including Finance, Post and Telegraph, Revenue, Secretariat and so on. The appointment offers executive power. Promotions are time bound and increase in privileges are automatic. Selected candidates are first put through a training session for a short period. He is usually sent to an academic staff college associated with the service to which he is allocated. The greatest thing about civil service is the job security. Special facilities include subsidised accommodation, telephone and transport facilities, medical benefits, leave travel concession, etc. After retirement, there are very good social welfare facilities. Last but not the least is the immense satisfaction one derives at being able to participate in the development process of the country.


What is the Remuneration?
The Government of India has fixed salary grades for Civil Servants. Approximately the range of salaries drawn at various levels is as follows (not updated according to the sixth pay commision - will update soon):
Junior Officers: Rs. 8000-275-13500
Senior Officers: Rs. 10650-325-15200
Junior Administrative Grade: Rs. 12,750-375-16,500
Selection Grade: Rs. 15,100-400-18,300
Additional Secretary: Rs. 22400-525-24500
Secretary/Cabinet Secretary: Rs. 26,000/30,000 (The above scales only provide an idea of the pay scales. Different branches of the service have different scales of pay.)

In addition to the salary civil servants receive various allowances such as Dearness Allowance, City compensatory Allowance, Leave Travel Allowance, Medical and subsidised housing.


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31st July 2011, 08:40 PM
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How to start preparation for IAS and IPS from 10th standard?

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Originally Posted by Unregistered
I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class. how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips
It is really interesting that you small kids have this strong aspiration at a small age of 15 like you.
I appreciate your decision !

Actually IAS/IPS are big words at the age of 15 but I will provide you the basic details about how to walk towards your goal.

First about IAS/IPS

IAS : Indian Administrative Service
IPS : Indian Police services

IAS officers will have certain powers to administrate(to guide) the Government officers under him.

He/She is the supreme in a particular area that is for example in a state there will be different districts right..? So for each district there will be an IAS/Collector who is the king of that district I hope you understood.

IAS also have to monitor the privileges provided by Govt mainly like Sanitation, Land Robbing issues and all He will have continous support from the respective Minister and The Police department will provide full support to the IAS officer so that he can order a high level police officer as he wish.

IPS officer is the one who will maintain law and order with respect to the ruling Party or The Government.

This is all about your desired job structures

now we will see how to get there !!

-> you have to get a degree of your wish
-> first you have to obtain 21 years of age

after that you have to apply for the three stage Civil Service examination.

You need not to prepare the General Studies books or Psychology books from this stage but you need to have a vision about your future goal with that vision you have to set your mind in a particular way

what it means is you have to tune your mind before preparation of IAS exam
you should grasp a lot of information from tv/newspaper/surroundings/relations/tactical thinking/logical reasoning

all these abilities should be possessed by an IAS aspirant.

I hope you got the gist of what I'm trying to explain

All the best for your future

there is a long way to go
Keep your interest with Same Enthusiasm

Regards

~Ankur
 
31st July 2011, 09:51 PM
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hey dear 10th class it is so early but it is nice of you and your goal determination

well the graduation is the basic requirment for eligible in this exam

by now you can just aware yourself with current affairs and general knowledge

you can study history geography civics now

but later you need to study the same subject in vast manner.
 
4th August 2011, 12:20 AM
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I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class. how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips
dear friend,

after 10 th you are not eligible for IAS and IPS exam. after completion of your graduation you are eligible for IAS and IPS exam.

(i) Age limits :
21-30 years. (Upper age limit relaxable for SCs/STs, OBCs and certain other categories).

(ii) Educational Qualifications :
Bachelors degree of a recognised university with at least one of the subjects namely Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physcs, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Enginerring or an equivalent qualification .

(iii) No. of permissible attempts :
Four (Seven attemps of OBCs and no limit for SCs/STs )

all the best.
 
4th August 2011, 03:34 PM
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hello frnds
i am giving you some tips
Preparation tips for IAS exam
The foremost thing you need to consider while looking for Civil Services like IAS is to make a wise selection of subjects for the Preliminary as well as for the Main Examinations. Often you will have choice of choosing the subjects you are familiar with. Make sure that you choose the subject you are comfortable with.
Always do an analytical study of previous years syllabus and question papers. Look for the pattern of the subject you have chosen. It is always better to seek advice from seniors and colleagues to keep confusion at bay at higher level of the exam.
The IAS exam preparation must be done in a perfect manner. Prepare for General Studies at the same time, while preparing for optional papers. You can adjust your timings for both; thus you will not be bored and be able to give more time to your studies.
Never, ever compromise with your optional subjects for General Studies as every question in optional subjects will get you 2.5 marks and the paper will be of 300 marks in total. Most importantly, the input and output ration is lots better in optional compared to General Studies.
The prominent thing in preparing for the IAS preliminary exams is to identify your weak points and work on them effectively.
Only way to be successful in the exam, in addition to rigorous hard work, is planned and systematic study. Prepare a schedule as per your convenience and stick to it.
It is essential to read newspapers and magazines regularly. Other than keeping you updated with current affairs, you will also get to know how facts are presented in a clear manner. Current issues are addressed in all Civil Services Exams, so it is a must that you are aware of recent happenings in not only India, but across the World.
Complete your entire syllabus at least a month prior to the main exam. Keep the syllabus handy so that you can tally it time and again to be sure that you are not wasting your precious time in studying topics which are not of much relevancy in the exam.
Consider the question papers of previous years and see the pattern of questions asked and point out which types of questions are often repeated.
It is best if you attempt previous years question papers. This will help you know your mistakes and weak points better. Additionally, it will help you in improving your speed and accuracy too.
In the end, no doubt, IAS exam is an important exam, but depression or nervousness will not take you anywhere. So have faith in yourself and keep on moving steadily. Remember, quality of time you put in your preparation is far important than the quantity of time.
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26th August 2011, 08:08 PM
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hey dear 10th class it is so early but it is nice of you and your goal determination

well the graduation is the basic requirment for eligible in this exam

by now you can just aware yourself with current affairs and general knowledge

you can study history geography civics now

but later you need to study the same subject in vast manner.

after completion of your graduation you are eligible for IAS and IPS exam.

(i) Age limits :
21-30 years. (Upper age limit relaxable for SCs/STs, OBCs and certain other categories).

(ii) Educational Qualifications :
Bachelors degree of a recognised university with at least one of the subjects namely Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physcs, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Enginerring or an equivalent qualification .
 
5th November 2011, 07:16 PM
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What are the subjects in pre exam for ias.
 
7th November 2011, 02:16 AM
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I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class. how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips
dear friend..it's a very good career to opt for...well if you want to prepare for IAS & IPS..you should have a strong hold on current affairs..for which u must read magazines and newspapers daily..
Also prefer books like-1.competition success review,
2.general studies by Pearson.
3.pratiyogita darpan


wish you good luck...
 
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if i want to become a doctor as well as an IAS so what i choose after completing my 10th standard.
 
18th March 2012, 09:08 PM
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either you choose science stream and become a doctor in that case also you are eligible for ias so dear friend if you are interested in both option than you can do both thing for example our 2010 ias batch topper dr. shah faisal is doctor and or wo ias topper bhi h. i think you understood jo me kahna chahti hun..........
gud luck
 
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what books i should to become IAS
 
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im doing third year bcom(ca) i would like to know wat are the steps that i have to proceed to do IAS ..
 
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is arts best for ias?
 
1st September 2012, 12:04 AM
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You have to command on General knowledge and awareness from the level of 10th.

So, I want to give you IAS syllabus and pattern also.
he Syllabus for UPSC CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test ):

Paper I - (200 marks) Duration: Two hours

- Current events of national and international importance

- History of India and Indian National Movement

- Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic geography of India and the World.

- Indian Polity and Governance Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.

- Economic and Social Development Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.

- General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization

- General Science.


Paper II- (200 marks) Duration: Two hours


- Comprehension

- Interpersonal skills including communication skills

- Logical reasoning and analytical ability

- Decision making and problem solving

- General mental ability

- Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. - Class X level)

- English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).

IAS optional subject----
General Studies
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry
Anthropology
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce&Accountancy
Economics
Electrical Engineering
English Qualifying
Essay
Geography
Geology
Indian History
Law
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology
 
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hi,my name is AAMIR HUSSAIN and I want to prepare for IAS and IPS right from my 10th class.so my base will be strong for IPS entrance how to take coaching from 10th standard in ias or ips.i am in patna so where will i find a gud institute
 
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Re:how much percentage is needed in10th standard re IAS and IPS.can second division students of 10th standard apply?want it will create problem in entrance exam
 
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i have completed my 9th standard, should i get coaching for civil service from any coaching centers?
and which is the best subject to take?
 
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IF I TAKE GENERAL SCIENCE AFTER 10TH FOR BECOMING AN IAS IT IS BENEFICIAL FOR ME OR NOT?
 
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I am commerce student ,but people say very difficult for IAS and IPS PREPATION...
 
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I prefer you to take the science stream merely i.e PCMB (physics,chemistry,maths and biology)
It would be better for you to take science stream so that you can become whatsoever you want to with this though still it is a quite tangled decision that you want to become IAS and doctor both.. for that I prefer you to choose a particular goal first so that you can focus on it more instead on everything because IAS includes much knowledge about latest news and social studies besides, doctor includes extremely science and math solely. Still if your your goal is both then I prefer you PCMB merely!
 
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Sir I have completed my 10th I have secured 83.6percent and I want to become ips officer. But my maths is week. So what should I do. . And for exam which book should be read. ..
 
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I am not completed 10th but in 8th I have got 83.3 percent marks but my math is week and I want to become ips officer so which subject should I want
 
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I'M A NINTH STANDARD STUDENT.MY TEACHERS SAYS THAT I HAVE TO HARD WORK A LOT MORE TO FULFILL MY DREAM OF BECOMING AN IPS OFFICER. WHAT ARE THE BOOKS THAT SHOULD BE REFERRED BY ME .
 
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I AM STUDENT OF STANDARD NINTH AND MY AIM IS TO BE IAS AND MY FATHERS DESIRE TO MAKE ME COLLECTOR. BUT I AM POOR IN MATHS SO HOW MAY I START MY STUDY FROM NOW AND WHAT BOOKS I WOULD REFER TO ACHIEVE MY AND MY FATHERS DREAM!!??
 
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Sir I have completed 10th grade just 3days back. My goal is to become IAS or IPS. I am good in maths and physics but week in languages so what should I do to achieve my goal. Starting from now
 
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I am now in 10th std. How to get prepared for being an IPS officer. My weak subject is math. Please advise me to be successful in catching my dreams
 
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