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Ramya Elavalar

Ramya Elavalar

Asked on 11 May, 2019

If one doesn't qualify in Mains, will s/he has to give Prelims again?

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Yes, one has to start from step one which in this case is Prelims.

Rajashekar Setty

Rajashekar Setty

Asked on 11 May, 2019

What is the complete syllabus for the examination of UPSC?

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The topics are divided into General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language.

Shashi kant

Shashi kant

Asked on 10 May, 2019

What percentage does one requires to give the civil services exam?

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The eligibility criteria for the UPSC is only categorized into age criteria and the number of attempts.

Shashi kant

Shashi kant

Asked on 10 May, 2019

What is the eligibility criteria for UPSC Civil services examination?

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The eligibility criteria for UPSC is 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

umesh budholiya

umesh budholiya

Asked on 10 May, 2019

Any special benefits in procedure of selection regarding specially abled aspirant?

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The eligibility criteria for Physically handicapped is 40yrs in age and 9 attempts.

Shaurya Gupta

Shaurya Gupta

Asked on 10 May, 2019

How to become an IAS officer? What is the procedure?

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To become an IAS officer, you must appear for the UPSC Civil Services Examination. You can prepare through online classes, offline coaching classes or by self-study. Next, you have to clear the three stages of IAS exam: Prelims, Main, and Interview. Then, if accepted to IAS, you will receive training. On completion of your training, you'll be allotted the designation of an IAS officer.

Trishla Chopra

Trishla Chopra

Asked on 10 May, 2019

What does an IAS officer do?

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IAS officers are entrusted with the task of handling government affairs at various levels, which involve the framing and implementation of policies, in consultation with concerned ministries. They have to undertake supervision of the implementation process and travel to important sites and places. IAS officers also have to look after the disbursement of funds. The officers are answerable to the Parliament or State Legislatures.

Hemant Mehra

Hemant Mehra

Asked on 10 May, 2019

What is the starting salary of an IPS officer?

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After the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission, the basic pay of an entry-level IAS officer is prefixed at Rs. 56,100 per month.

Reyansh Gavde

Reyansh Gavde

Asked on 10 May, 2019

Is it possible to prepare for UPSC IAS exam without coaching classes?

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Yes, one can crack UPSC Civil Services Exam without taking coaching classes as right preparation is all that is required. Here are some tips: 1) Prepare a study timetable, 2) Focus on basics, 3) Study and revise regularly, 4) Practice mock-tests and past years' papers, 5) Regularly read newspapers for current affairs, and 6) Take online courses and test series.

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