8th October 2015, 07:51 PM
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Is studying Law a good option for Civil Service aspirants?

Hello, I am an HSC student. And i have a definite passion for civil services. I want to study law before appearing for civil services. Is it a good option or not?

I really want to be a civil officer.

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10th October 2015, 12:55 AM
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Default Re: Is studying Law a good option for Civil Service aspirants?

Yes, you are eligible to pursue the Law and also to get the recruitment in the civil services.

To join the civil services you have to qualify in the Civil services examination conducted by the UPSC every year. The required eligibility to appear for the examination is candidate must have passed the graduation from the recognised university and age must be between the 21-32 years with the relaxation in the age for the reserved category.

So you can definitely fulfil your both the dream.So you need to first enroll yourself in the LLB course and after that appear for the examination
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?

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