Chetan SoniAsked on 25 June, 2019
How to start UPSC CSE exam preparation in college for B.Com students?
Follow these simple tips to prepare for UPSC while you're still in college: 1) Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern and syllabus, 2) Frame a study timetable and follow it religiously, 3) Always stay well updated with current affairs, 4) Practise mock tests and previous years' papers, 5) Learn time management, 6) Also, work on your communication skills.
DSP InstinctAsked on 27 November, 2018
What is the salary of an IPS officer?
IPS officers' salaries vary as per their rank. At the entry level, the salary of a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) starts at Rs. 56,100/month while the Director General of Police (DGP), which is the highest post, earns a salary starting from Rs. 2,25,000/month. IPS Officers also enjoy perks like Residential Quarters, Official Vehicle, Dearness Allowance, Medical Facility, Leave Travel Allowance/Tour Allowance, Gratuity, etc.
Bitu DoloiAsked on 26 November, 2018
What is the procedure to be appointed as an IAS Officer.
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'll 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.
Harish BirjeAsked on 26 November, 2018
What is the initial salary of an IAS officer?
As per the 7th pay commission, the salary of an IAS officer in the initial phase is around Rs. 55k. Over the basic pay, several allowances such as Dearness Allowance (DA), House Rent Allowance (HRA), and Travel Allowance (TA) will be added.