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16th June 2012, 10:07 PM
saraanu
 
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How to study IAS after finishing my UG?


sir i was finished my ug. i want to studey ias. i dont no how many section in the ias.




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19th July 2012, 02:57 PM
imira
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Default Re: How to study IAS after finishing my UG?

After under graduation, you need to attend UPSC Civil services exam to apply for IAS post. You can get all important details about this exam, from UPSC site. Since, this is one of the most competitive and tough exam you should prepare in a good manner. You have two sections of written exam a preliminary exam and a main exam. If you clear both these levels you can attend P.I too. You can join for IAS coaching classes after UG. As part of your study, try to refer model questions, attend mock tests etc.
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20th July 2012, 11:42 AM
abthar
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Default Re: How to study IAS after finishing my UG?

hi


none will succeed without hard..


first go and approach training institutes.

because they know what are the techniques,short cuts,repeatd questions,current affairs,etc..


So approach training institute and they buy books;;

ALL THE BEST
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1st March 2014, 03:35 PM
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Default Re: How to study IAS after finishing my UG?

At present am doin my ug and will complete in month of may.so when should i apply for iaS?
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