i am a student from biology stream i wish to become an ias which degree can i prefer
For becoming an IAS officer there is no restriction of degree choice , you can choose any degree of your own choice but remember one thing that is all the degrees you choose must be a graduation degree eg - BA , BSc , BTech , MBBS etc even students having post graduation degree can appear in UPSC exam . So any degree is preferable but must be atleast graduation because that is a necessary condition for eligibility .
But it is a general perception of taking BA in social sciences as questions are asked majorly from these subjects but you can have any degree of your own choice and then opt for exam . But for exam you must have knowledge about Indian History , Political Science , Indian Geography , General Studies and Current affairs , so apart from degree programs of your own choice you can join online coachings or coachings near by your college or even prepare on your own through different books , websites and YouTube etc.
Here is links which tells you about Eligibility criteria and exam pattern based on which you can make your decision :-
Hope this will help .
Should a 11th class student start preparing for UPSC ( IAS ) from 11th class ownwards itself or from college ownwards ?
Hi Raghav ! UPSC has got a vast syllabus ,but basics are always important . I would advise you to study sincerely whatever is there in course . But don't sweat it. Just cover the syllabus in your course properly.
During the final year of graduation , you can start preparing for the exam in a structured manner. Now if your basics are strong , it would prove to be the brownie point for you , as you would only have to brush them up , and focus on learning the new content more.
Hope my answer would clear your doubt.
what can I do after d pharma to be An IAS office
With D pharma which is a diploma you are not eligible for UPSC or IAS examination as to be eligible for UPSC one needs to be graduate so the first thing you need to do to become an IAS officer is do graduation in any subject or discipline based on your interest and then you need to appear in one of the toughest examination called UPSC, and it has 3 stages which are listed below :-
The first stage of the exam is Preliminary examination (objective )
The second stage, Mains (written).
If you manage to clear both prelims and mains then you are to go through interview/personality test .
And if you managed to clear all the three rounds mentioned above, then congratulations you may become an ias officer
how to get 2016 ias pre answer key this site please tell me
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After d pharmacy we can make IAS officer
D Pharmacy is a year Diploma Degree and for appearing for UPSC, you need to have a Bachelor's degree in any discipline with a minimum duration of 3 years. It can be B.Sc or BA. But it cannot be Diploma course. So if UPSC is your goal, you should pursue atleast a 3 year Bachelor's degree.
i have just passed class 12 with science stream now i want to crack upsc ias which course i choose ba or bsc i am interested in both courses
Eligibility criteria for UPSC is passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university, you need to be 21 years old and can apply even in final year,you can pursue any degree program, but as UPSC is more humanities oriented so if you have inclination towards arts subject you can go ahead with this choice, it'll make your foundation strong,you'll be well acquainted with the subjects, hence the effort to start afresh won't be there say in case of other streams where they have to go through the basics in fresh manner because they haven't studied the subjects at intermediate/graduation level.
i am just passed 12thclass from science stream i want to crack upsc for ias now i do ba or bsc
You can choose any of BA or BSc based on your interest for your graduation,
This is because,
To be eligible for UPSC or the IAS examination there is no compulsion to be a graduate in a particular subject, all you need to be eligible is that you should be a graduate in any discipline so you can choose either of Bsc or BA for your graduation
But yes if you are interested in Arts then choosing BA can be really helpful for your UPSC or the IAS examination, this is because in Arts you will be learning subjects like history , polity etc which are a part of the UPSC syllabus so it will help you in your upsc examination.
how to become a IAS officer i want to become A big officer
In order to become an IAS officer you will have to pass civil services examination conducted by UPSC, now if it is about highest post then I would like to inform you that you directly cannot take on the highest post, the highest post of an IAS officer in a state is chief secretary while in the top level cabinet secretary of the union comes, this post will be given to you after many promotions in the beginning level you will be posted with the common tags then after some promotion your post will be incremented, in order to be at the post of general secretary of union there are various options one may be the direct choice of prime minister and other includes your your experience so you need to have at least 12 year experience of working as a DM.
Best of luck.
May I know if Jain aspirants come under OBC or general category for IAS exam ?
Thank you for your query. According to the official website of UPSC which conducts the IAS exam Jain will be considered under the category of OBC. OBC candidate has 9 attempts and can write till 35 years of age.
All the best
Hi sir/madam, I did a practical course(2yrs), its not a degree course..... I am interested to study IAS... If I do correspondence degree course is eligible for IAS exam.....if eligible, which course i will select....please answer me please....
Eligibility for UPSC is passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university, you can apply even in the final year, there's no minimum aggregate required for this, UPSC is more humanities oriented if you have inclination towards arts stream then you can choose subjects like political science,public administration, geography, history etc to name a few, it entirely depends on your interest in which field you want to apply,having any of this subject will also have an added advantage when it comes to choosing optional in the exam, you can also consider going through the entire list of optional subjects to choose your subject.
Eventually, it doesn't matter which stream you're from,the reason being UPSC allows people from diverse backgrounds to appear for this exam and even those selected candidates belong to varied streams like arts,science, engineering, medical etc what matters is your strategy and planning.