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30th July 2015, 06:50 PM
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Step by step details to Become Collector?


How to become collector?

Actually i done my b.com now what is the process about collector please give me detail step by step for it.




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30th July 2015, 08:01 PM
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Default Re: Step by step details to Become Collector?

Procedure to become collector is same as to become IAS officer.

But you have to apply for a particular state. First you have to apply Indian/State Administrative Service.

Selection Process:

Written Examination(Prelims)

Written Examination(Mains Objective)

Personal Interview

There are age criteria and restriction of number of attempts, which is same as civil services examination.




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30th July 2015, 08:08 PM
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Becoming collector means joining the Indian Administrative Services. The entrance exam for the different civil services of Indian government like IPS, IRS, IAS etc is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission and is called Civil Services examination.

Here is the step by step approach to become IAS officer:

Step 1: Satisfying the eligibility criteria for the Civil Services exam.

>>Graduation is the minimum academic qualification required to be eligible for this exam. As you have done bachelor of commerce, you are eligible for the exam.

The age limit is 21-32 years for general category candidates. Upper age relaxed upto three years for OBC candidates and five years to SC/ST candidates.

Step 2: When you are eligible for the exam, you need to apply for the Civil Services exam if you have done proper preparation for the exam. Notifications are generally out in month of May. You can apply online at www.upsconline.gov.in.

Step 3: Appear for the various stages of this exam and crack each stage so as to proceed to further. There are three stages of this exam:

>>Preliminary Exam.

>>Main examination.

>>Personal interview.

Now, if you clear the all the three stages and your rank is among top ranks upto which IAS is alloted, then you can become collector after training and some years of service.




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30th July 2015, 08:33 PM
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It's very nice that you are interested to become a collector.Collector is appointed at district level by central government to handle various task & situation in district.now you have completed the B.com.So , you are eligible to apply for Collector Post.

Eligibility

Qualification
- You must have bachelor degree in any discipline from recognized university.

Age Limit
- 21 to 32 Years For General Category.Relaxation Applicable of 3 Years for OBC & 5 Years for SC/ST.Relaxation applicable of 10 years for PH category.

Maximum Attemps
- General : 6 Nos
- OBC : 9 Nos
- SC/ST : No Limits

Selection
- CSAT(Civil Service Aptitude Test)
- Main Exam
- Interview

Steps to Become a Collector
- Complete your graduation in B.com
- Apply For CSAT exam conducted by UPSC
- Crack the CSAT with good score & become eligible for Main Exam
- Appear In Main Exam & Crack it with good score
- Clear Interview successfully
- You will be appointed as collector in any district.

Important Dates For CSAT 2015
- Start Online Application : 23 May , 2015
- Last Date to Apply : 19 June , 2015
- CSAT Exam Date : 23 August , 2015

Personal Attributes For Collector
- Leadership
- Good Communication Skill
- Quick Dicision Making Ability
- Good Administrative Skill
- Good Interpersonal Skill
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30th July 2015, 09:15 PM
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Yes, as you want to become a collector you need to fore most complete your graduation. The examination to become an IAS/IPS/IFS is conducted by the UPSC every year as the Civil Services Examination.

The qualification required to appear for the examination are :-

* Candidates must have passed the graduation in any discipline from the recognised university.

* Candidates age must be between the
21-30 for the general candidates.
21-33 for the OBC candidates.
21-35 for the SC/ST candidates.

Note :-
* There is no specific requirements of the aggregate and the discipline of the graduation.

The application for the examination are available from the June and the examination are conducted in the three stages and the candidates have to qualify in all these stages for the final selection.

To qualify in the examination the candidates need the best knowledge in all the topics of the syllabus. For more information visit at the www.upsc.gov.in
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30th July 2015, 11:36 PM
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Default Re: Step by step details to Become Collector?

To became a collector you have to appear Civil Service Exam which is held through UPSC every year .
There are some eligibility criteria to get full fill for appearing for this exam .


The candidates should be a citizen of India.
The candidates should be a graduate in any stream from a recognize university.
The final years students can also apply for this exams.
The age limit is 21 - 30 years,
There is a age relaxation for reserved candidates.


For more details visit website of UPSC.
http://www.upsc.gov.in
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31st July 2015, 12:33 AM
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Yes, after completion of the B.Com now you are eligible to seat for the Civil Services Examination. The examination is conducted by the UPSC every year.

The qualification required to appear in the examination is candidates must have completed the graduation from the recognised university. Candidates age must be between the 21-30 years and relaxation for the OBC and SC/ST candidates.

The candidates have to qualify in all the paper of the examination to become an officer. The paper are conducted in the month of August as Paper I in December as Paper II and Interview finally.

The online filling of form for the 2015 examination is closed. So start your preparation as you are eligible to appear.
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31st July 2015, 02:15 PM
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The procedure to become Collector or an IAS officer is same.
Difference is that for becoming a collector you have to apply for a state. Firstly, you have to apply for state administrative exam for a particular state.

There are three steps to be followed in the procedure-

>Written Examination.(Prelims- Objective).
>Written Examination.(Main- Descriptive).
>Personal Interview.(Vocal).
There is age criteria and restriction on number of attempts also which is similar to Civil services exams.
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When we fail in interview,we can give again? How many question asked in interview?how much time to take to end the interview?
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Which subject should i choose after the 10th to become a collector
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Is it important to become an collector you have to first complete b.com or any bachelor degree is okay
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I will finish my Bsc course.. I would like to became a collector.. So, I want to know ,I will eligible for the service..
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I want to know that I will finish the Bsc .so I would like to became a collector. Ifany chance to became a collector.
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I have completed b tech it .iam a bc community.how many attempts have in these bc com
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I have completed intermediate with bipc course how can I become a collector
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I am passed 12 th class what subject I have to chose for becom collector
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I want to become collector And so which sub. Should i take
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I have completed BCA degree. So I would like to become collecter. Please tell me I am eligible for the post of collector?
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What subject did to make the collecter
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When we complete B. com? after graduation or before
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Date or notification for 2020 upsc is held or apply date is what
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I am B. Come graduate. And I am OBC candidate and now I am 33. Can i apply for this UPSC exam for become a collector post
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I have completed B.Com from Utkal. Can I apply for upsc exam
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How to take a proper study to become a collector.
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What is the main study of collectors?
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