what study in 10th class to become an ias
In order to understand how to become an IAS, you need to understand about the UPSC Civil Services Examination. UPSC on Union Public Service Commission is the body responsible for conducting the Civil Services Examination.
For UPSC Civil Services, candidates must be an Indian Citizen who has completed his or her graduation (any course) from a recognized university in the country and is between the age group of 21 to 32 years. The age is calculated as on 31 August of the year of notification. Also, upper age limit is relaxed as per the government rules for reserved categories.
what to study in 10th class to become an ias
To become an IAS officer, you need to qualify the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Exam (CSE). The exam itself is conducted as a means to recruit civil servants to one of the 25 services that comprise of the All India Services, Central Services and Group B services.
For being eligible to sit in this examination, you must hold a Bachelor's Degree from any of the recognized universities.
You can start preparing for this examination if you want to right from this time. You can work on yoyr general knowledge and vocabulary.
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Which is the best school in india for 11th & 12th and in that school we prepare for ias exam
To become IAS, you must satisfy the qualification criteria for same and that involves an undergraduation degree with minimum age of 21 years. You canapply for IAS exam only after you have completed your undergraduation degree. Also, the syllabus of IAS exam includes the syllabus of undergraduation degree generally. So, you must prepare well for your 11th and 12th exams. And later on, when you are pursuing your UG degree then you can do preparation for IAS exam side by side. For more information, you can check this article:
Hello Folks,I am in 6th sem.My birt date is 13/08/2000. Am i eligible for 2021 exam???
A candidate must be between 21 to 32 years of age as on August 1, 2021. UPSC also provides age relaxations to candidates belonging to reserved category. From the following table, candidates can check the relaxation policy as per the category.
IAS Age Relaxation 2021
No age relaxation
Defense Services Personnel, who got disabled during operations during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence
Ex-servicemen including Commissioned Officers (CO) and ECOs/SSCOs who will render at least five years Military Service as on August 1, 2021, and have been released
ECOs/SSCOs who have completed an initial period of assignment of five years of Military Service as on 1st August 2021
In the following cases:
Candidates ordinarily domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir from January 1, 1981, to December 31, 1989.
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is it possible to get good rank in ias exam in the first attempt
Yes, provided , if you get guided in the right manner.
which collage is better for become IAS
IAS stands for Indian Administrative Service and is the most superior civil service in India. In order to become an IAS , you need to clear the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission ) exam with top rank, which consists of , prelims stage, mains stage and Personality Test (IAS Interview). Therefore there is no college you can go to become IAS, you need to finish an undergraduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university in India and prepare for the exam either by yourself or through coaching. The preparation can be very intensive , therefore you should be very determined and hard working.
Rau's IAS Study Circle Delhi, Jaipur, Bangalore
Chanakya IAS Academy Delhi
Sathya IAS Academy Chennai
Brain Tree India Hyderabad
Elite Academy Mumba
Astitva I.C.S. Jaipur
ALS IAS Academy Delhi
These are some good coaching centers for UPSC. You can search for good centers based on your location preferences .
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What can a 10th std student do if he/she wants to become IAS ? in the sense , start preparing now , read some books related to upsc etc
To become an IAS officer there is no single course that you have to do. You need to have completed you graduation. So Candidates must hold a graduation degree in any discipline from a reputed university. After this you need to qualify the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Exam. The exam itself is structured into three parts – the Preliminary (Civil Services Aptitude Test – CSAT), Main Exam, and finally the Interview.
The UPSC exam is considered to be one of the toughest exam out there and requires a lot of preparation.
So first complete your 12th and graduation and in the meantime read more about the eligibilty criteria like the number of attempts, age limit, etc.
I have shared a link with you below where you can read about the eligibility criteria: https://competition.careers360.com/articles/upsc-ias-eligibility-criteria#IAS-Eligibility-Criteria-2021--Educational-Qualification
Inculcate the habit of reading the daily newspaper and keep yourself aware of latest happenings in the country and the world and note them down in a small diary.
Work on your interpersonal skills and communication skills. Your personality is tested during the interview.
Also NCERT books specially 9th and 10th are very important for your preparation, so study those really well.
Once you finish your 12th, then when you are doing your degree you can also take some online coaching classes, and practice question papers.
It is good that you have an interest in it and dedication to get it from such an early stage. Keep this spirit going and I am sure you will be able to clear the three rounds of UPSC exam.
Whenever I say that I want to become an IAS and then people say "OMG u have to give UPSC exam !! " So is UPSC so hard ? , if yes why ?
UPSC is a difficult exam no doubt but what makes it or any national level exam difficult? Competition and Paper Pattern. Other than that it is a not a rocket science to clear an exam, many students all over India are able to do it. So can you.
A few factors on what makes it seem difficult:
Pattern of Examination
Factor No. 1 to figure out How Tough is the IAS Exam. UPSC examination in India consists of 3 levels or stages.
- The Prelims Exam
- Mains Exam
To reach the next level, a candidate has to clear the previous level. And there is no secret that as the level changes, the level of difficulty also rises. The most difficult task is to crack the interview because at the last stage i.e. interview not only your knowledge is put to test but your overall personality and ability to deal with practical challenges as well.
Syllabus to Cover
The second factor that showcases the complexity of the exam is its huge syllabus. Indeed, UPSC is tough as far as its syllabus is considered. The diversity of subjects demands more determination and long study hours. Since the role of an IAS is not just limited to a particular field, the subjects to be covered for this examination contains varied streams. You need to learn each and every subject, whether you like it or not.
In short, it covers-
- Lengthy syllabus
- Diversity of subjects.
- Need long study hours
- Overall knowledge rather than expertise in one particular subject.
Passing Marks to Score
Unlike school or college exams, the passing score is not just 33%. UPSC is the race of winning one of India’s most sought designations. If we analyze the past success rate in UPSC exams, we get an idea of whether the IAS exam is tough or easy.
The cut off marks in the UPSC exam is usually low. The reason being the level of competition is very high. Everyone wants to try their luck and abilities to break into the civil services. Each year there are lakhs of people appear for UPSC prelims exam and only 1/4 th i.e. 25% of them pass. Out of them, those who qualify the mains exam are even less up to 15%. However, the rate of success is relatively high at the interview stage.
Overall the passing percentage in the UPSC exam is less than 1%. Yes, you read it correctly it is just 1%.
Time Taken For Preparation
You can’t just do it in a month or two. It takes at least a year to prepare satisfactorily for the UPSC exams. It is not possible to cover the hefty syllabus overnight. Proper planning, dedicated preparation is a must.
i completed 12th maths with computer science and i want to become ias i like to choose bsc cs is it helpfull for upsc or i have to go to coching please tell me
Eligibility criteria for IAS:
- Only Indian citizens with valid identity proof are eligible to apply for UPSC Civil Services Exam.
- Candidate’s age must be between 21 years to 32 years. He/she should be born not before than August 2, 1987 and not after August 1, 1998.
- Candidates must be a graduate from any university recognized by the UGC.
Candidates can apply online on UPSC’s official website
Candidates need to pay an application fee of Rs. 100/-
The admit card of UPSC Civil Services Exam 2021 will be issued three weeks prior to the commencement of the exam.
you can refer to this link for the syllabus.
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After 10th which course we take to become a IAS Officer
The minimum education eligibility to appear for UPSC Civil Service entrance is bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized board. So there isn't particular stream from which a candidate has to pass in 10+2 or bachelor's degree. So you have to choose a stream in 10+2 based on your interest. You need to pass in 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognized board. After that you need to take admission in bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized board. Here are some insights about UPSC Civil Services Entrance exam
- The exam is conducted in 3 stages namely Preliminary, Mains and Personality Test
- Preliminary exam is an objective pen and paper based exam
- Mains is a written exam with subjective questions
- Personality Test will be conducted in the form of Interview
- Preliminary exam has two papers:- 1)General Studies Paper-I 2) General Studies Paper-II)
- Mains exam has Nine Papers
- General Studies I
- General Studies II
- General Studies III
- General Studies IV
- Optional Subject Paper I
- Optional Subject Paper II
- Essay Paper
- English Paper
- Region language Paper
To know more about UPSC IAS you can read an article using the link below