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23rd February 2011, 01:53 AM
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Subsequent procedure of becoming an IAS officer after clearing civil services exam?


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If someone had cleared all levels of IAS or UPSC exam means after Interview. What will be the next thing or work one has to undergo immediately? For how many months he/she has to undergo training & all that.When tht person will become full-pledged IAS officer?

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23rd February 2011, 11:28 AM
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after completion of IAS preliminary examination, IAS main examination, and Interview if you are selected then you have to take training for approximately two year. actually you have to study in this duration about law, economics and other few subjects and also you have to take physical training.


after interview if selected you will receive letter and on the letter all details will be mentioned carefully what you have to do and where you have to go. but total procedure take a long time. if you want to know the exact information regarding this better to personally contact with any IPS officer. visit the website http://www.upsc.gov.in for more details about civil service examination. to apply online for civil service examination visit the website http://www.upsconline.nic.in here i am attaching the notification for civil service examination.
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23rd February 2011, 01:26 PM
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IAS (Indian Administrative Services) officer

Is done though “UPSC held Civil Services” examination if you clears both preliminary and

the main exam for IAS then you will call for an interview. This interview is quite tough

and it tests the confidence, approach and understanding of an individual. After clearing

this interview, a person becomes an IAS/IPS officer.
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23rd February 2011, 03:19 PM
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How to become an IAS/IPS officer?
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You may have heard about IAS/IPS exams or officers a lot of times. If you have not then you should first know the full form of IAS and IPS. IAS refers to Indian Administrative Services and IPS refers to Indian Police Services. The procedure for becoming an IAS and IPS officer is same. IAS and IPS are very good career options for anyone who wants to be a part of Indian government and help the country by getting in to the system. IAS/IPS is a very prestigious rank. It is not really easy to become an IAS/IPS. Here are a few steps one needs to take for becoming an IAS/IPS.

IAS IPS OfficerFirst, in order to become an IAS/IPS officer, an individual is required to have a degree from an Indian University or a degree of same qualification. Students who are in the final year of their degree course can also appear in the preliminary examination.

Second, you need to prepare yourself for appearing in the exams of Indian Civil Services. The exam for IAS/IPS is conducted in two steps. First step is the “preliminary exam”; which takes place in May/June and the second step is the main exam which takes place in October/November every year. It is not easy to beat IAS/IPS exams. A large number of people appear for Indian Civil Services exams every year. However, only a few get selected. It takes dedication and patience for clearing this exam and becoming an IAS/IPS officer.

Third, you need to fulfill all the requirements for being an IAS/IPS officer. There are various requirements like minimum age and maximum age; for becoming an IAS/IPS officer. 21 is the minimum and 30 is the maximum age for appearing in the exam of IAS/IPS. There is relaxation for the upper age limit for applicants belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories.

Fourth, after an individual clears both preliminary and the main exam for IAS/IPS then he is called for an interview. This interview is quite tough and it tests the confidence, approach and understanding of an individual. After clearing this interview, a person becomes an IAS/IPS officer.
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Hello,
If someone had cleared all levels of IAS or UPSC exam means after Interview. What will be the next thing or work one has to undergo immediately? For how many months he/she has to undergo training & all that.When tht person will become full-pledged IAS officer?

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If you successfully clear all levels this exam

then first of all you'll get a call letter from delhi for undergoing training..with a stipend of 75% of your salary..

and this training period will be of 9 to 14 months.

you'll get a call letter after this to your state cadre as

a junior officer..

this is the time you'll be called as joint collector..

its a equal range of district collector..

but its almost like assistant to district collector..

because without getting proper grip on your work they will never leave a district on you..

so its must for any candidate to work as jc for atleast 2 to 3 years..

then you'll get a promotion like in the other district as district collector..this is the full fledged IAS officer stage

here on you'll get continous promotions and hike in your pay..

it will be a colorful life for you...

regards

~aditya~
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hi i am deepak completed my graduation in B.E. information technology
am i able to appear n tell mi whether i can select other subject for mains
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what minimum number required for ias
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Hi friend,

Procedure for becoming an IAS officer is too long and after clearing civil

service exam you must have to go for interview. To say about that interview

and process after that you can see the following

link
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please tell what is the minimum percentage to clear IAS exams??? and total how many years will it take to become a full-pledged IAS officer????
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I have 4 years of work experience in IT. Should I consider going for IAS considering the long procedure and time involved in recruitment and subsequent promotions? You almost have to spend your life to reach to the highest levels in the service..Please guide
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what if we clear both preliminary & mains and fail in interview
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How is the medical fitness test conducted by UPSC?
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how much sallary a ias officer ill get in starting
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I want to know that , which qualifications are the best or the most applicable for cracking the IAS examination .
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hi

iwant know how much i have to struggle for ias if now i am in 9th standard
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Hello,
If someone had cleared all levels of IAS or UPSC exam means after Interview. What will be the next thing or work one has to undergo immediately? For how many months he/she has to undergo training & all that.When tht person will become full-pledged IAS officer?

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hi friend,

IAS (Indian Administrative Services) is basically for those who are firmly determined for dedication of themselves towards the own country.

If you are so interested for IAS,after being Engineers, Doctors, or Ph.d you can sit IAS exam conducted by UPSC.

Application forms will come out in the month of January.

According to the new exam pattern of the IAS exam

1) General-Studies paper which carries 150 marks

2) Optional paper which carries 150 marks.

Eligibility Criteria :-

1.Educational Qualification:To appear in IAS exam you should have a Graduation degree in any stream from a recognize University. If you are in final year you can also eligible to apply for the examination.

2.Age:The age must be between 21 to 30 years at the time of appearing of this examination. The age relaxation is also applicable for the candidates belong to reservation category.

No.Of Attemptes:

General Candidates - 4 Attempts

OBC Candidates - 7 Attempts

SC/ST Candidates - No Limits.

The General Studies paper and one Optional paper both the papers are the compulsory paper.

according to the list of optional paper are as:


1) Psychology

2) Commerce and Accountancy

3) History

4) Geography

5) Physics

6) Medical Science

7) Law

8) Mathematics

9) Mechanical Engineering

10) Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science

11) Public Administration

12) Agriculture

13) Sociology

14) Botany

15) Chemistry

16) Geology

17) Electrical Engineering

18) Civil Engineering

19) Economics

20) Philosophy

21) Zoology

22) Political Science

23) Statistics

for some questions or subjects follow the link:http://www.iupsc.com/label/ias/

good luck
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Once you crack the elite Civil services exam and chosen for Indian Administrative Services i.e. IAS officer, you need to undergo training in Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration LBSNAA in Mussoorrie, Uttarakhand. Trainings on various topics like rural administration, revenue system, policy implementations etc is given. Various popular personalities come to address the candidates. Once the training is over, you are sent to your given cadre (Which is the state in which you will be working as an officer). So if someone is selected for Maharashtra cadre, he will be first trainee officer for few months in Maharashtra and then assigned a duty of responsible officer there.
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Hello dear,

Its nice to see that you are aspiring to become an IAS officer.

IAS is commonly known as Indian Administrative Services.
To become an IAs officer you need to clear UPSC Civil Services Examination.

You can sit for the exam provided you follow the eligibility norms:

** You must have completed your graduation in any stream.

** Final year candidates may also apply.

** Your age should be between 21 to 30 years.

There is age relaxation given for reserved categories.
SC/ST- 5 yrs
OBC- 3 yrs
PH- 10 yrs

Number of attempts:

4 in case of general
7 in case of OBC &
unlimited in case of SC/ST till they attain the age of 35 years.

There are 3 stages of examination:
Preliminary
Mains
Interview

According to latest pattern Preliminary exam is known as CSAT.

You have 2 papers in this:
General awareness
Aptitude test

If you fulfill these requirements you can fil the aplication form. Civil services exam is held every year.
For more Information log on to the official website:
www.upsc.goV.in

with regards
sumit
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if someone gets pregnant immediately after clearing the ias exam..is there any provision of maternity leave in training period?
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You got to appear for the prelims again.(clear prelims then mains and then only interview)
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Hey , I'm 21 year old BMM graduate had applied for upsc civil service preliminary exams 2014 for ips , my question is paper 1 will be general studies what about paper 2 which subject will be asked in examination. And after clearing whole upsc exam is it compulsory to go for training??
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Actually i want to become ias Its My dream from 6 class now i m able to fullfill my dream with my hard work! I want to know that is it will good for me to attend ias coaching after my 12 boards examinations? Is it good for me to attend coaching with my college ??
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Can Selected Candidate ask for deferment to join training in next session? And what all the grounds on which he can apply the same?
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If anyone cracked prelims but failed in mains,so next year which exam he will be attend again prelim or main?
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How can I get my call letter after clearing IAS interview? By post or some thing else?
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