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    Am I eligible for IFS - 2013 being a bachelors in science with computer application but botany botany and zoology as my subsidiary subjects?

    Bachelor in Science with Computer Application but Botany & Zoology as my Subsidiary subjects, eligible for IFS 2013?

    I'm a Bachelor in Science with Computer Application as my Honors Paper but Botany & Zoology as my Subsidiary subjects. M i eligible for IFS? Plz reply ASAP

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    Sushil Kumar Array
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    Re: Am I eligible for IFS - 2013 being a bachelors in science with computer application but botany botany and zoology as my subsidiary subjects?

    Hello,
    Yes you are eligible for IFS 2013
    Eligibility criteria
    Educational qualification
    Bachelorís degree of a recognised University with at least one of the subjects namely Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelorís degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Engineering or an equivalent qualification.

    Age limits
    21-30 years

    Nationality
    Indian,nepal,bhutan,tibetian refugee

    Number of attempts 4

    Regards.....

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    Re: Am I eligible for IFS - 2013 being a bachelors in science with computer application but botany botany and zoology as my subsidiary subjects?

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    Bachelor in Science with Computer Application but Botany & Zoology as my Subsidiary subjects, eligible for IFS 2013?

    I'm a Bachelor in Science with Computer Application as my Honors Paper but Botany & Zoology as my Subsidiary subjects. M i eligible for IFS? Plz reply ASAP
    Dear,

    Yes, you can apply for IFS exam.
    IFS Stands for Indian Forest Services.It is conducted UPSC(Union Public Service Commission) through CIVIL Services in the every year.It is not an easy exam, it is a quite difficult exam. If you qualify in the prelims then only you are eligible for attend Mains otherwise you are not eligible for attend Mains.if you qualify in the both prelims as well as Mains then only you are eligible for attend Interview.
    Prelims is a objective type exam and it has 5 Papers they are as follows
    Paper-1
    Paper-2
    Paper-3
    Paper-4
    Paper-5
    Mains is a subjective type exam and it has 5 Papers they are as follows
    Paper-1
    Paper-2
    Paper-3
    Paper-4
    Paper-5

    Required Qualifications:
    1.You should completed Graduation with 60%
    2.Your age must be in between 21 to 30 years
    3 years relaxation for OBC candidates
    and 5 years relaxation for SC/ST Candidates

    Process of Selection:
    1.Preliminary exam
    2.Mains
    3.Personal Interview

    How to Apply:
    1.Buy an application form

    2.And fill it

    3.Add your certificates to the application form

    4.And then post it to the given address.

    Institutes for IFS in India:
    1.IMS India

    2.Ekalavya IAS Academy

    3.Ramaswamy IAS Academy

    4.Jrao Academy

    5.Abhinav Consultant

    6.Gyan bindhu Academy

    7.Manya Abroad

    8.Global Education Center

    9.Pragathi Center

    10.Global Academy

    11.Global Reach

    12.JTS Institute

    13.Khan Study Group

    14.Geographia

    15.Sky Light Academy....................etc

    ALL THE BEST..................................!

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    Re: Am I eligible for IFS - 2013 being a bachelors in science with computer application but botany botany and zoology as my subsidiary subjects?

    Yes you are eligible for IFS 2013
    Age limit Is 21-30 years for general category
    3 years relaxation for OBC candidates
    and 5 years relaxation for SC/ST Candidates
    3 years relaxation for OBC candidates
    and 5 years relaxation for SC/ST Candidates
    These institutes are help to pass these exam
    IMS India
    Ekalavya IAS Academy
    Ramaswamy IAS Academy

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