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8th March 2012, 09:19 AM
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Whether the candidates of Distance Learning allowed for IAS Entrance Exam?


Can you please tell me whether distance learning students are allow or not for IAS entrance exams?




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8th March 2012, 12:14 PM
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may be this year UPSC change there criteria that distance edu. student can give IAS exam ..
for correct information call to UPSC office and ask the same qtn. they will give you the correct information
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8th March 2012, 01:19 PM
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dear friend,
IAS exam is conducted by UPSC every year to recruit students for administrative jobs...

So, before appearing in IAS exam you have to fulfill some eligibility criteria first.

Eligibility for IAS exam:--------------------->>

Education qualification:-----------

>>The candidate must have complete the graduation in any tarde from a recognized university..
>>Final year candidates are also eligible for the exam.
>>No such percentage of aggregate is required..


Age limit:--------------

>>The candidates age should be in between 21-30 years.
For SC/ST the upper age relaxation is 5 years and for OBC the upper age relaxation is 3 years.


Nationality:-------------

>>The candidate must be a citizen of India.

These are the eligibility criteria you have to fulfill.
As you have done the graduation in distance learning mode then you just need to be confirm that the university under which you have done the graduation course is recognized or not..

If the university is recognized one then you will be able to apply for IAS exam.
Otherwise not..


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8th March 2012, 02:37 PM
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Yes. You are eligible to appear for IAS Exam even though have completed your Graduation course in Distance Learning.

You did not mention the highest academic qualification that you have.

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

Even the candidates who have appeared for final year exams of Graduation course and waiting for the results can also apply for this Exam.

For IAS, you should have to crack civil services examination being conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) every year.

The complete selection procedure which a candidate has to go through is by
-CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test)
-Civil Services Main Examination
-Interview

The candidates will be placed in several civil services by this selection procedure like
-IAS
-IPS
-IRS etc.

As per age criteria,
-One should be in the age group of 21-30 years to be eligible for this Exam.
-Relaxation is there in upper age limit upto 3 years for the candidates of OBC category and upto 5 years for the candidates of SC/ST category.

If you have completed Graduation, then you can apply for this Exam.

For complete information regarding this exam, you can visit
http://upsc.gov.in/
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9th March 2012, 10:34 PM
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Sir,
I studied Diploma in Pharmacy then I completed B.Sc in Psychology through Distance mode in Annamalai University. Further,I am now doing M.Sc in Applied psychology through distance education in Bharathiar university. Am I eligible to study M.Phill psy in Regular College ? Will I get job opportunities in psychology field in other country like canada ,Australia,UK?
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12th March 2012, 02:11 AM
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Default Re: Whether the candidates of Distance Learning allowed for IAS Entrance Exam?

Yes. You are eligible to appear for IAS Exam even though have completed your Graduation course in Distance Learning.

You did not mention the highest academic qualification that you have.

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

Even the candidates who have appeared for final year exams of Graduation course and waiting for the results can also apply for this Exam.

For IAS, you should have to crack civil services examination being conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) every year.

The complete selection procedure which a candidate has to go through is by
-CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test)
-Civil Services Main Examination
-Interview
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15th March 2012, 05:27 PM
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Default Re: Whether the candidates of Distance Learning allowed for IAS Entrance Exam?

Dear Friend,
Yes you are eligible for Civil Service or IAS conducted by UPSC every year because you fulfills the basic condition which is Graduation degree from a recognised university, it does not matter whether the degree is regular or by distance, so you are eligible if you are graduate and a minimum 21 years of age.
For more information please visit- www.upsc.gov.in,
Best of Luck.
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2nd May 2012, 09:45 PM
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I am graduate from Annamalai university approved by distance education council,Delhi.Can i appear for UPSC exam?
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27th May 2012, 10:19 AM
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Dear friend,

Yes of course,IAS stands for Indian Administrative service.It is a top class job under the Central government of India.
Cracking IAS exam is very very tough.You need to appear for CSAT exam to qualify for IAS job.IAS officer get the highest post in the government departments and they are responsible for the proper functionating of a government.

Academic qualification:
Graduate degree of any recognized university or equivalent qualification.

Age limit:
21 to 30 years for General
21 to 32 years for OBC
21 to 35 for SC/ST
21 to 40 years for PH candidates

Number of attempts:
4 times for General candidates.
7 times for OBC
unlimited for SC/ST



All the best.......................
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11th July 2012, 12:21 AM
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I want to be an ias officer, but right now i am in canada persuing my diploma in mechanical engg. I just came a year ago from india .Its a 3 year diploma , so i am thinking to do bachelors of arts via distance learning from any of the recognised universities of india. My aim is to be an ias officer. So what should i do right now and what would be my plans for the rest of 3-5 years. How can i prepare myself to crack this ias exam. ? If anyone can please guide me about which subjects should i take or what should i do right now to make my self eligible to crack ias exam. Feel free to send me an e-mail @ [email protected]

Thanks
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17th August 2012, 12:19 AM
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Sir, should i be eligible to sit in GATE or cat exam if i complete my b-tech from a distance learning course under the council of distance education (CODE)?
Please help!!!!!!!
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13th January 2013, 10:31 AM
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Hi Friends............

You are ELIGIBLE for IAS entrance exam its not a problem , any graduation candidate from any recognized university are eligible.

ALL THE BEST............
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31st August 2014, 12:15 AM
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sir I am m.sc. in chemistry.and I obtain 50% of marks but it s not sufficient for higher education like M phli, or PhD . so pls sugest me now what can I do for higher study in chemistry.
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