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    Is it beneficial to do B.Tech before appearing in Civil Services Exam?

    sir,there is any benefit of doing b.tech before appering for civil services?
    sir please reply.

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    Re: Is it beneficial to do B.Tech before appearing in Civil Services Exam?

    dear aspirant,
    civil services consists of indian economics and questions related to history , geography, indian's position in terms of growth
    civil services does not have any questions related to engineering hence there is no benefit if you are going to do b.tech
    it is better if you do some arts related degree

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    Re: Is it beneficial to do B.Tech before appearing in Civil Services Exam?

    Hi
    It is just a myth. If you want to go for the civil services, you just need to focus on your ultimate aim of cracking civil services. And it is a slight beneficiary if you select the same subjects for the mains which you already studied in your b.tech graduation level.

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    Re: Is it beneficial to do B.Tech before appearing in Civil Services Exam?

    Yes dear definitely there is a huge profit of completing B.Tech before appearing for civil service examination but before coming on your query, I would like to tell you eligibility criteria for civil service exams

    Must posses a bachelor's degree in any stream from a recognized board or university or institute and final year pursuing candidates are also eligible to apply for this examination

    Age should not be less than 21 years and more than 30 years and if you belongs to reserved category then you will get relaxation in upper age which is 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC category can upper relaxation can only be claimed in case of crossing maximum age limit for this examination means if you cross 30 years of age then you can claim for upper age relaxation according to your category

    Dear B.Tech is a Bachelor's of Technology which is a engineering degree and minimum duration is 4 years to complete this bachelor's degree so as I have mentioned that to apply for civil service exam you must have a degree so that first of all you should go for any bachelor's degree and if you are thinking for engineering then you may go for it and then you apply for this examination

    You should begin your preparation from now because making your base strong is better for you and if you will study continuously then you may easily get good command over the subjects of this examination which may help you out in the preparation and qualifying civil service examination and second profit of completing this degree is that you can apply for engineering service, forest service, defense service exams also

    All the best

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    Re: Is it beneficial to do B.Tech before appearing in Civil Services Exam?

    hi,,

    You can must be try the following ways

    >>Must posses a bachelor's degree in any stream from a recognized board or university or institute and final year pursuing candidates are also eligible to apply for this examination

    >>Age should not be less than 21 years and more than 30 years and if you belongs to reserved category then you will get

    >>relaxation in upper age which is 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC category can upper relaxation can only be claimed in

    >>case of crossing maximum age limit for this examination means if you cross 30 years of age then you can claim for upper age relaxation according to your category

    >>then you can Dear B.Tech is a Bachelor's of Technology which is a engineering degree

    >>and minimum duration is 4 years to complete this bachelor's degree so as

    >>I have mentioned that to apply for civil service exam you must have a degree so that first of all you should go for any

    >>bachelor's degree and if you are thinking for engineering then you may go for it and then you apply for this examination

    that's it

    ALL THE BEST

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