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I'm an IFS aspirant. How can I prepare for 2019 Prelims in just a few months?

Asked 2019-01-04 13:56:20 by Ranjitha Ranjitha

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You can prepare for the IFS exam in a few months if you read thoroughly. You can follow these simple steps, (1) Refer to the best preparation books and solve mocks and previous year question papers form it, (2) Read NewsBytes daily to stay updated on recent topics and their developments, (3) Improve your writing speed and skills, (4) Prepare your general studies well.

What are the age criteria and qualification required to become IAS?

Asked 2019-01-04 10:18:50 by Attitude Girl

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To appear for the IAS exam, you must have (1) A Bachelor's degree from center/state recognized university, (2) Must have attained the age of 21 years, (3) Should have appeared or intend to appear for the final examination. The age criteria are as follows: (1) General- 32yrs, (2) OBC- 35yrs, (3) SC/ST- 37yrs, and (4) Physically handicapped- 40yrs.

Can we take the UPSC exam in Odia language?

Asked 2019-01-04 09:39:43 by Ritesh Naik

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Yes, you can take the UPSC exam in Odia language. You can write the subjective answers in Mains in your regional language but the language should be recognized by the Constitution of India. Odia is one of them.

What is the eligibility criteria for the IAS exam?

Asked 2019-01-04 08:22:26 by Sohil Ajmeri

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The eligibility criteria for the IAS are categorized into age criteria and the number of attempts. The minimum age required to apply for the UPSC exam is 21 years. The maximum age-limit and the number of attempts are as follows: (1) General- 32yrs and 6 attempts, (2) OBC- 35yrs and 9 attempts, (3)SC/ST- 37yrs & unlimited attempts, and (4)Physically handicapped- 40yrs and 9 attempts.

Can UPSC be prepared without coaching?

Asked 2019-01-04 07:36:26 by lalit yadu

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Yes, you can prepare UPSC without coaching. You can cover up the syllabus by self-study by following these simple steps: (1) Go through the UPSC syllabus thoroughly to know your weak points, (2) Make a timetable and strictly follow that, (3)Make notes by reading NewsBytes and other newspapers daily, (4)Read the NCERT book from class 8-10, (5) Revise daily.

How to become an IAS officer?

Asked 2019-01-03 22:24:44 by Ananya Chatterjee

Answered by NewsBytes

To become an IAS officer, you must appear for the UPSC civil services examination. You can prepare for it through online classes, offline coaching classes or by self-study. After you clear the three stages of IAS exam i.e. Prelims, Main, and Interview, you will receive the training for two years. On completion of your training, you'll be allotted the designation of an IAS officer.

When will UPSC CSE exams be conducted in 2019?

Asked 2019-01-03 22:24:44 by Saanvi Rao

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According to the UPSC exam calendar, the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2019 would be conducted on 2 June 2019 while the Main Exam (written) 2019 will begin on 20 September 2019.

Can you give some tips for cracking the UPSC civils exam?

Asked 2019-01-03 22:24:44 by Diya Sharma

Answered by NewsBytes

You can crack UPSC Civil Services Exam with the right preparation and proper planning. Here are some tips: Prepare a study timetable and adhere to it. Focus on basics; study and revise regularly. Create weekly and monthly study targets. Practice mock-tests and past years' papers. Regularly read newspapers and keep yourself up-to-date with current affairs. Take online courses and test series.

What is the procedure to become IPS officer?

Asked 2019-01-03 22:24:44 by Shreya Lobo

Answered by NewsBytes

To be recruited for the Indian Police Service (IPS), one must clear the UPSC Civil Services Examination, which is one of the toughest exams. Those who qualify the exam and get accepted to the IPS, undergo training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie and the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad, before becoming an IPS officer.

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