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18th February 2016, 11:08 PM
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Eligibility for IAS UPSC exam after getting failed in one of the intermediate subject?


I am a graduate student from well known university,but i Ws failed maths subject in intermediate course, is i am eligible for I.A.S ( UPSC )




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20th February 2016, 09:34 PM
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Yes, you are eligible to appear in UPSC IAS examination after completion of your Graduation course from a recognised university. You have mentioned that you have failed Mathematics subject in your 12th standard but, there will not be any problem if you have already cleared that subject. If you have not cleared that subject then, at the time of document verification, you may face problems. Being a Graduate from a recognised university, you are eligible to apply for UPSC IAS examination.




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20th February 2016, 10:18 PM
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No, you are not eligible to apply for IAS UPSC Examination after getting failed in one of the Intermediate subjects. Yes, the minimum educational qualification required for itself is "Graduate Degree" or Any Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized university. As it is mentioned in the UPSC IAS Notification that Graduation is required, it means candidates must have passed 12th Class before doing Graduation obviously.

As the Graduation PASS is required, it obviously says that "Intermediate" or its equivalent qualification must be successfully PASSED. i.e.,

>> 12th Pass is Mandatory besides Graduation Pass.

As you have not met the required eligibility criteria, I am very sorry to say that you are not eligible. I suggest you to Clear the backlog first in order to be eligible for UPSC IAS Examination.




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21st February 2016, 08:14 AM
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I am a graduate student from well known university,but i Ws failed maths subject in intermediate course, is i am eligible for I.A.S ( UPSC )
12th standard marks is not required for IAS exam.

Those candidates who have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university are eligible for IAS exam.

Age criteria:

For General: 21 to 32 years
For OBC: 21 to 35 years
For SC/ST: 21 to 37 years

No. of Attempts:

For General: 5
For OBC: 9
For SC/ST: No Restriction

Important Dates for Civil Service Exam 2016:-

Date of Notification: 23 April, 2016
Last Date to Apply: 20 May, 2016
Exam Date: 7 August, 2016
Civil Services (Main): 3 December, 2016
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21st February 2016, 08:50 PM
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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts civil services exam every year for the recruitment of IAS, IPS and various other posts. You want to know about the eligibility criteria for this exam. Following are the eligibility for this exam.

Eligibility: Student must possess graduation from a recognized university.

Age Limit: The maximum age limit for Civil Services Exam is 32 Years. Relaxation in maximum age limit is given to reserved category students as per govt. students.

>>You completed your graduation degree from a well known university but failed in Math subject in Intermediate. It means you have also taken supplementary exam for Math subject. It does not matter what you have done in your intermediate course. You are graduated, so you are definitely eligible for the exam. If you still have any doubt then you can go through the detailed advertisement of previous year of Civil Services.
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I am doing b. Com hons. In first semester i failed in one subject but then i cleared it. My question is Am i eligible for IAS?
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I am a student of B.Sc 3rd semester.i want to be an IAS officer..but the problem is that I was failed in mathematics at h.s level..Is I am eligible for the exam.
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3rd July 2017, 07:52 PM
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You will be eligible to appear for Civil Service examination conducted by UPSC. The examination is conducted in three stages and candidates have to qualify in all stages for final selection.

If you are pursuing in bachelor degree then you must have passed 12th.

So, you have to qualify in all three stages for selection as an I.A.S Officer. For detail information about examination visit at www.upsc.gov.in.
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5th July 2017, 10:51 AM
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I am a graduate student from well known university,but i Ws failed maths subject in intermediate course, is i am eligible for I.A.S ( UPSC )
Don't worry about it.First you clear your concepts in Mathematics.You are eligible for UPSC IAS EXAMINATION.But you to work hard.Take help of good Coaching institute in Delhi.In Delhi,Vajirao Institute is the best.You should go there,prepare well & crack UPSC in first attempt.
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Respected Sir/Mam, I am graduate from IGNOU. But I was fail in my 6th subject in Maths having commerce stream, though my overall result is pass and even not given any kind of improvement thinking that Maths was not my main subject, right now preparing for UPSC IAS examination. I have doubt that whether my 12th Maths marks will be hurdle.
Kindly answer me.

Thanking you.
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Dear ma'am/sir i am a 10th passed student and want to run with commerce stream and i also want to do CA at first and then IAS what are the best ways to do it.
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