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29th March 2018 11:49 AM
Unregistered
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

I am waiting for my 2 result.I prefer to take Bsc physics and then post graduation..I want to be an ias officer.How should be my preparations???
18th October 2013 01:35 PM
Unregistered
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

how to become an I.A.S. officer after the completion of BSc in physics [hons.]
26th May 2012 11:47 PM
ranjith1438
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

Hai,


Yes shore you are eligible for IAS(Indian Administrative Service).

IAS exam is conducted one time every year by the Union Public Service Commission(UPSC).


Eligibility criteria:


The candidate should be complete graduation in any stream from a recognised university.

The candidate currently persuing final year also eligible.

Percentage is also not required to appear this exam.

You should be a citizen of india.


Age limits:

For general candidates 21 years to 30 years,

For OBC candidates 21 years to 33 years,

For sc/st candidates 21 years to 35 years.


Selection process:

Civil services preliminary exam,

Civil services main exam,

Personal interview.


No.of attempts:

4 times for general,

7times for OBC candidates,

No limit for SC/ST candiates.


Official website

http://www.upsc.gov.in

All the best.
26th May 2012 04:55 PM
Unregistered
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

after completing BSc(hons/0 in physics how to prepare for i.a.s.?
25th February 2012 03:52 PM
chandler8161
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

Friend,

Nice to see that you are Interested to Become IAS Officer in Future. Well i want to tell you that cracking IAS is not an easy task. You have to prepare everything with great dedication and hard-work.

Eligibility Criteria For IAS :-

- Candidate must have a Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized University- Age should be between 21 to 30 yrs
- Candidate who are in final year can also apply.
- Age relaxation is provided to SC/ST/OBC candidates.
5 year relaxation to SC/ST and 3 year relaxation to OBC

If you have fulfill the above given Eligibility then you are Eligible to apply for this examination.You can fill the application form Online Only and you have to pay the fees online.


Number Of Attempts :-

- General candidate :- 4 attempts
- OBC Candidate :- 7 attempts
- SC/ST Candidate :- NO limit

Exam consist of Two phases :-

- Preliminary Exam
- Main Exam

For more Information on Exam Pattern, Important dates, Syllabus, please follow this link :-

1) http://www.onestopias.com/

2) http://www.upsc.gov.in/

SUGGESTION :-

You can do IAS after B.Sc and BE/BTech as well. But i think you should go for BE/BTech and then IAS. Because unfortunately if you don't get selected for IAS, then at least you could have a fine job with Engineering Degree. I hope you will get select for IAS.

Good Luck and Study Hard !!
20th November 2011 08:04 PM
gauri2011
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

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How to make ias officer after b.sc chemistry.
i want to see myself as an ias officer.
Dear Friend,
It is very nice to see that you want to become an IAS officer and want to serve the nation.
The selection of IAS officer is done through the Civil Service Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.The examination is conducted every year.
The eligibility criteria to apply for the Civil Service Examination is that the candidate should be a graduate in any stream and the age of the candidate should be between 21 years to 30 years.

As you have passed B.Sc you are eligible to apply for the Civil Service Examination.
The notification about the Civil Service Examination will publish in the first week of February at that time you can apply for the examination.
For more detail you can log on to the official website of the upsc.

http://www.upsc.gov.in

Best Wishes....
20th November 2011 11:26 AM
Unregistered
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

i am student of b.s.c math in first year how can i preparing ias exam please give me suggestion and how can i improve my genral nowelge
1st September 2011 08:19 AM
lovebirdskarun
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

You can become an ias officer after completing bsc chemistry
The eligibility for writing the preliminary examination

1. The person should have a degree from any recognised university
2. The person should be atleast 21 years at the time of examination
3. The person should be a citizen of india
Those who clear the preliminary examination can appear for the main examination
31st August 2011 10:19 PM
Unregistered
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

how to prepare for compitative exams .like railve, bank , psc. etc
31st August 2011 08:22 PM
dhruv007
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

after completion of your graduation . you can apply for this exam, conducted by UPSC every year.

the age limit exist for this is 21-30 for general candidartes,there are 5 & 3 years relaxation for SC\ST & OBC candidates respectively
for further details you can visit the site of UPSC .
: http://upsc.gov.in/
31st August 2011 07:44 PM
BEST CAREER
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

hello friend

For becoming IAS officer you need to appear for the Civil services Exam and this exam is conducted twice in a year by Union Public service comision

Exam is conducted into two parts that is one is main exam and other is prelim exam

minimum eligibility for appearing in the exam is that you must completed your graduation in any subject from a recognised university

age limit is that age should be in between 21 to 30 yrs of age


you can also join a good coaching institute for preparation
best of luck
31st August 2011 06:20 PM
Nanosoft
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

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How to make ias officer after b.sc chemistry.
i want to see myself as an ias officer.
The IAS exam is broken down into two successive examinations:
Preliminary examination for selection of candidates for the main examination.
Main examination after which successful candidates are selected for civil services.
The preliminary examination comprises of General studies, a 2 hour test on general knowledge and another 2 hour test on an optional subject of the candidates choice. Optional subjects could be Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Botany, Chemistry, History, Sociology etc.
The main examination consists of 9 papers and is designed to assess the intellectual depth and traits of candidates.
Eligibility for IAS exam

Only Indian nationals who are above 21 years of age and under 30 years can apply for the IAS. Candidates must be graduates or must be undergoing the final year of graduation. Some of these eligibility criteria can be relaxed depending upon certain factors.
Preparation tips for IAS exam
The foremost thing you need to consider while looking for Civil Services like IAS is to make a wise selection of subjects for the Preliminary as well as for the Main Examinations. Often you will have choice of choosing the subjects you are familiar with. Make sure that you choose the subject you are comfortable with.
Always do an analytical study of previous years’ syllabus and question papers. Look for the pattern of the subject you have chosen. It is always better to seek advice from seniors and colleagues to keep confusion at bay at higher level of the exam.
The IAS exam preparation must be done in a perfect manner. Prepare for General Studies at the same time, while preparing for optional papers. You can adjust your timings for both; thus you will not be bored and be able to give more time to your studies.
Never, ever compromise with your optional subjects for General Studies as every question in optional subjects will get you 2.5 marks and the paper will be of 300 marks in total. Most importantly, the input and output ration is lots better in optional compared to General Studies.
The prominent thing in preparing for the IAS preliminary exams is to identify your weak points and work on them effectively.
Only way to be successful in the exam, in addition to rigorous hard work, is planned and systematic study. Prepare a schedule as per your convenience and stick to it.
It is essential to read newspapers and magazines regularly. Other than keeping you updated with current affairs, you will also get to know how facts are presented in a clear manner. Current issues are addressed in all Civil Services Exams, so it is a must that you are aware of recent happenings in not only India, but across the World.
Complete your entire syllabus at least a month prior to the main exam. Keep the syllabus handy so that you can tally it time and again to be sure that you are not wasting your precious time in studying topics which are not of much relevancy in the exam.
Consider the question papers of previous years and see the pattern of questions asked and point out which types of questions are often repeated.
It is best if you attempt previous years question papers. This will help you know your mistakes and weak points better. Additionally, it will help you in improving your speed and accuracy too.
31st August 2011 05:53 PM
rana2011
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

Every year UPSC conducts Civil Services Examination.
There are various services viz., IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc which are allotted to the
civil services examination qualified candidates according to their merit rank and
their preference for services.

The examination is conducted in mainly two parts.

1. Civil Services Preliminary Examination
This is a common test for all those participating in the exam.

2. Main Examination and Interview.
Those who qualify the preliminary exam, appear in Main examination
and on the basis of performance in Main, candidates are called for Interview.
The marks of Mian Exam and Interview are sum up to produce final merit list.
The Main Examination comprises of following papers;

- One Essay type Indian Language Qualifying Paper (300 marks)
- One English Qualifying Paper (300 marks)
- One General Essay type paper (200 marks)
- Two General Studies papers (300 marks each)
- Four Optional subjects papers (300 marks each). You have to select two
subjects from the listed subjects. There will be two papers from each
subject and full marks of each will be of 300 marks.

The full marks of Interview will be 300 marks.

The List of optional subjects for Main Examination
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
Anthropology
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce and Accountancy
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
History
Law
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science and International Relations
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology

For any further details you can visit: [URL="http://upsc.gov.in/"]


Thanks!!
31st August 2011 04:57 PM
jxsab
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

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How to make ias officer after b.sc chemistry.
i want to see myself as an ias officer.
It is a good thought of becoming a IAS officer as many are interested in serving our country through many ways.

IAS is one of the Civil service exam of India and you can apply for this exam after B.sc chemistry as it is a degree.

The candidates who want to attend the IAS exam must tend to satisfy the eligibility criteria for the exam.

Eligibility for IAS exam:

-> Candidate must have a citizenship in India.

-> Candidate who are applying from the General Category must have a age limit of 21-30 years.

-> Candidate who are applying from the SC/ST Category must have a age limit of 21-35 years.

-> Candidate who are applying from the OBC Category must have a age limit of 21-33 years.

-> Candidate must have done their degree from a recognized university with a fair percentage.

-> Candidates who are writing their final degree exam or waiting for their results can also apply for this exam.

If you satisfy all these criteria's then you can apply for the IAS exam.
31st August 2011 04:50 PM
Snehamay ganguly
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

dear friend,
After completion of B.Sc in Chemistry you want to become an IAS officer, then you have to appear in IAS exam..

IAS is a civil service exam , which is conducted by UPSC every year..

So, you have to appear in that exam after completion of your graduation..
You can also appear in IAS exam during the final year of graduation..
To appear IAS exam your age should be in between 21-30 years.
For SC/ST the age relaxation is 5 years and for OBC the age relaxation is 3 years.

if you fulfill all these criteria then you can appear in IAS exam..
The exam consist of two phase..
1. Preliminary exam
2. Main exam..
After qualifying in the preliminary exam you have to go through the main exam..
If you able to clear the main exam, then they will call you for the interview..
After clearing the interview, you will become an IAS officer..

So, work hard.. you must be determine..
All the best..
31st August 2011 04:43 PM
dhruv007
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

this exam of IAS is conducted BY UPSC every year,
the age limit exist for this exam is 21-30 (5 years relaxation for SC\ST candidates),
for appearing in this exam you must have to complete your graduation in any stream form any recognized colleges.
The List of optional subjects for Main Examination
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
Anthropology
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce and Accountancy
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
History
Law
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science and International Relations
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology

For any further details you can visit: http://upsc.gov.in/
31st August 2011 04:35 PM
BISWARUPYOGI
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
How to make ias officer after b.sc chemistry.
i want to see myself as an ias officer.
Dear friend,

IPS exam is conducted by UPSC. There are some criteria you have to follow for appearing in IAS exam.

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

But your age should be in between 21-30years for general candidate.
In IAS exam their is provide age relaxation for OBC candiadte is 3years and for SC/ST candiadte is 5 years.

Also you must be citizen of India.

All the best.
31st August 2011 03:49 PM
SANDEEP891985
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
How to make ias officer after b.sc chemistry.
i want to see myself as an ias officer.
Hello friend,
To be an IAS officer, you will need to crack civil service exam with highest marks. Candidates who scores highest marks in the civil service exam are selected for IAS , otherwise candidates who qualify but are not among the highest scorers get selected for IPS.

After earning a bachelors degree, in any stream, you will be eligible for the exam.
The minimum eligible age is 21 years and the maximum age limit is 30 years.
The maximum age limit is relaxed upto 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC category and 5 years for candidates belonging to SC/ST category.

The examination comprise of two written examination and an interview.
For more information, refer to the official website of UPSC.
31st August 2011 03:07 PM
vike
Re: How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

Dear Friend

Every year UPSC conducts Civil Services Examination.
There are various services viz., IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc which are allotted to the
civil services examination qualified candidates according to their merit rank and
their preference for services.

The examination is conducted in mainly two parts.

1. Civil Services Preliminary Examination
This is a common test for all those participating in the exam.

2. Main Examination and Interview.
Those who qualify the preliminary exam, appear in Main examination
and on the basis of performance in Main, candidates are called for Interview.
The marks of Mian Exam and Interview are sum up to produce final merit list.
The Main Examination comprises of following papers;

- One Essay type Indian Language Qualifying Paper (300 marks)
- One English Qualifying Paper (300 marks)
- One General Essay type paper (200 marks)
- Two General Studies papers (300 marks each)
- Four Optional subjects papers (300 marks each). You have to select two
subjects from the listed subjects. There will be two papers from each
subject and full marks of each will be of 300 marks.

The full marks of Interview will be 300 marks.

The List of optional subjects for Main Examination
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
Anthropology
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce and Accountancy
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
History
Law
Management
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science and International Relations
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology

For any further details you can visit: http://upsc.gov.in/
31st August 2011 12:15 PM
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How to become an IAS Officer after the completion of B.Sc in Chemistry?

How to make ias officer after b.sc chemistry.
i want to see myself as an ias officer.

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