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    Can I attempt UPSC IAS exam after completing B.Sc (Neurology) course from JIPMER (As JIPMER is not an University)?

    I am going to complete my BSC (Nurology) from JIPMER -Pondicherry.
    Can I to for IAS Exam ( JIPMER is not a University) pl advise.

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    Re: Can I attempt UPSC IAS exam after completing B.Sc (Neurology) course from JIPMER (As JIPMER is not an University)?

    JIPMER Stands for - Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research

    JIPMER Institute is a educational institute that is funded by Central Government of India with autonomy means it has the approval of Indian Central Government and there is no need of recognition of any other body as UGC or AICTE when Central Government of India has approved this institute and for your kind information that this institute is enough reputed and comes under top five medical schools in India so there is no problem about any course under this institute because you are under recognized institute and your degree and all certificates are completely valid to apply for various examinations and to get admission in different courses

    If you have completed or pursuing B.Sc in Neurology then you are eligible to apply for Indian Civil Service Examination because IAS examination demands for bachelor's and you have completed that and final year pursuing candidates are also eligible to apply so do not worry about educational qualification and just start preparation for this examination. Age should not be less than 21 years and more than 30 years. Relaxation in upper age will only be provided to reserved category candidates as per government guidelines that is 5 years for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC, 10 years for PWD and 5 years for Ex-Servicemen category candidates

    This year's Civil Service Preliminary Examination has been conducted at 26th of May 2013 and main examination is going to be conducted at 1st of December 2013. You must focus at Indian Civil Service Preliminary examination 2014 and as per current time, you have more than 10 months to prepare for next ICS prelims so do not waste your time and go to any good coaching institute and start working on the examination

    Preliminary Examination will have two papers that are - General Studies and CSAT - Civil Service Aptitude Test and both papers will be objective type and carry 200 marks each. Passing in prelims is compulsory

    Main examination will have seven conventional type papers that are - Paper I will have two section in which, section I will be for Essay that contains 200 marks and Section II will be for English Comprehension that has 100 marks. Paper II, III, IV and V will be based on General Studies which will be set on different parts of General Studies and next Paper VI and VII will be conducted of the selected subject by the candidate as optional where you may choose any one subject from the list provided by the board but you will only be allowed to apply for main examination after passing preliminary. All these next 6 papers contains 250 marks each

    Personality Test : 275 marks and will be called only after passing in prelims and main examination.

    For all other official details, you may download this attachment

    All the best

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    Re: Can I attempt UPSC IAS exam after completing B.Sc (Neurology) course from JIPMER (As JIPMER is not an University)?

    Dear Aspirant
    As you describe in the question,I'll explain the eligibility criteria if IAS
    is
    -Age is B/w 21-30
    -Graduation from Recognize University
    but as you describe that your college is not recognize from university
    so I think u are not eligible for IAS exam
    so please do graduation from recognize university first...
    All The Best

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    Re: Can I attempt UPSC IAS exam after completing B.Sc (Neurology) course from JIPMER (As JIPMER is not an University)?

    JIPMER

    JIPMER Start is often a instructional initiate that is financed by means of Fundamental Administration connected with The indian subcontinent by using independence signifies them offers the approval connected with Indian Fundamental Administration and there is no need for recognition from a alternative shape when UGC or perhaps AICTE whenever Fundamental Administration connected with The indian subcontinent possesses okayed this specific initiate in addition to on your style details until this initiate is plenty esteemed in addition to can come beneath five health-related universities around The indian subcontinent consequently there's no challenge concerning any kind of training course beneath this specific initiate when you they are under identified initiate as well as your degree and all sorts of accreditations will be absolutely good eighteen, you are a variety of examinations in addition to to acquire entry in a variety of tutorials

    When you've got concluded or perhaps seeking B.Sc around Neurology you will be able eighteen, you are Indian City Program Examination simply because IAS examination calls for intended for 4-year college along with concluded might ultimate twelve months seeking people may also be allowed apply consequently don't trouble yourself concerning instructional certification and simply start off getting ready because of this examination. Get older must not be a lot less than 21 several years and most 30 years. Leisure around second age group will only be given to appropriated type people as per federal government recommendations that is 5 several years intended for SC/ST, four years intended for OBC, 10 several years intended for PWD in addition to 5 several years intended for Ex-Servicemen type people

    This year's City Program Early Examination continues to be conducted at 26th connected with Could 2013 in addition to principal examination will likely be conducted at very first connected with January 2013. You need to target at Indian City Program Early examination 2014 in addition to as per latest period, you may have over 10 many weeks to arrange intended for next ICS prelims systems work efficiently certainly not waste your current some time and move to your very good mentoring initiate in addition to start working around the examination

    Early Examination can have a pair of newspapers which have been - Normal Research in addition to CSAT - Ensure that you equally newspapers will probably be aim style in addition to hold 200 signifies each. Moving around prelims is necessary

    Key examination can have eight typical style newspapers which have been - Newspaper I'll possess a pair of sections through which, sections I'll be intended for Essay which has 200 signifies in addition to Segment II will probably be intended for Uk Awareness containing 100 marks. Newspaper II, III, IV in addition to Sixth v is based about Normal Research which is fixed about some other part of Normal Research followed by Newspaper VI in addition to VII will probably be conducted with the selected subject matter with the applicant when suggested where you may pick out any subject matter from your record given by the actual panel although you will possibly be made possible eighteen, you are principal examination following moving past preliminary. These next 6 newspapers is made up of 250 signifies each one.

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    Re: Can I attempt UPSC IAS exam after completing B.Sc (Neurology) course from JIPMER (As JIPMER is not an University)?

    You can only attempt the IAS exam if you have graduated from recognized university.
    Check that your institute is approved by AICTE or UGC ..Age limit 21-30 for general student.

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