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    Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    can i apply for ias with b.com pass correspondence
    i want to do ias with b.com pass ii year & what's the benefits of ias

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    Re: Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    Hi

    ELIGIBILITY FOR IAS IS

    >>you must have bachelor degree from recognized university

    >> Your age must be in between 21-30 years.

    >>You must be Indian.


    If you want to apply for the IAS exam then you must have a bachelor degree or you can apply in the final year of your graduation.

    IAS exam will be taken by UPSC.

    There is very much benefits of the IAS officer post.

    This is the highest post in the civil services so there are very much benefits of the post.

    Thank you....



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    Re: Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    Yes you can apply for it as the basic qualification requirement for applying is you have done graduation from recognized university.

    And the benefits of it are,,it is the most prestigious posts in and you can really serve your country and do good for your country.

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    Re: Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    yes you can apply for ias exam after doing b.com from a recognised university.
    you will become the highest official of the country what more benefit you can expect
    all the best
    happy learning!!!

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    Re: Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    Dear,
    The essential qualification for the IAS examination is to pass the bachelor degree in any discipline at any recognized university. So you can also appear for the examination, if you have done the course in a recognized university. The IAS is the top administrator service of our country. So you can be a highest government officer in our country. Besides it, there is various benefits of it. To know more please visit www.upsc.gov.in Thanks...

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    Re: Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    can i apply for ias with b.com pass correspondence
    i want to do ias with b.com pass ii year & what's the benefits of ias
    Hi,

    yes you are eligible to apply IAS even distance graduation also.

    Education Qualification.


    The candidate should have graduation from any recognized university in any stream.

    or
    final year student also eligible for the exam .

    Number of Attempts are allowed:
    4 for general cast
    7 for obc cast
    no limit for sc/st cast

    So if you fulfill the above criteria then you can give the exam .

    The exam consists three rounds .
    Preliminary exam
    Main exam

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    Re: Can I apply for IAS along with B.Com (Pass) correspondence course? What are the benefits of IAS?

    Hello.

    Yes you are totally eligible For sit in the examination for IAS.

    As the eligibility criteria is : "you must have bachelor degree from recognized university."

    It is the most prestigious and highest level job to serve a country. What else do you want?

    Perks, Benefits and Facilities enjoyed by IAS Officers:

    • Rent free accommodationor accommodation at very low rent.
    • Vehicles
    • Free electricity
    • Perks of PSU's: IAS officers looking after the affairs of public sector companies enjoy all the benefits that regular PSU employees are entitled to in addition to benefits meant for IAS officers only.
    • Provident Fund: Officers of the Indian Administrative Service are governed by the All India Service (PF) Rules, 1955) as amended from time to time.
    • Leave: Officers of the Indian Administrative Service are governed by the All India Service (Leave (Rules, 1955) as amended from time to time.
    • Medical Attendance: Officers of the Indian Administrative Service are entitled to medical attendance benefits admissible under the All India Service Medical Attendance Rules, 1954, as amended from time to time.
    • Retirement Benefit:Officers of the Indian Administrative Service appointed on the basis of competitive examination are governed by the All India Service (Death-cum-Retirement Benefits) Rules, 1958 as amended from time to time.

    All you have to do is to work hard for it.

    All The Best.


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