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    Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Can I do IAS after qualifying CA though i m not a graduate ? Secondly i want to know that ............ACtualy after Qualifying intermediate i joined CA but not completed graduation and also i was in a knowledge that for getting appear for UPSC exams A student should must be graduate now after qualifying CA can i go for IAS exams?

    If i can go this what are the best option for me ?
    What are the subject i would prefer though i m also interested in Sociology Politics & Physiology ?

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    Re: Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Hello Friend'
    only graduates in any subject can write IAS exams. you can take any degree from any recognised university. better for you to do B.Com. and then only you can write IAS. If you are interested in politics, you can choose politics for your preliminary exam.

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    Re: Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Dear Friend,
    you cannot do IAS unless you are a graduate in any subject.you can do any degree from any subject in any subject ( preferably B.COM for you) from any recognised university and then you can do IAS. If you prefer politics, you can opt it for the preliminary exams.
    GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Friend,
    -WITH the experts of CA having confirmed that the Degree of Chartered Accountant is equivalent to Professional Graduation (Post Graduation), You can definitely appear the CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS conducted annually by the UPSC for enrolling the candidates into prestigious posts of IAS,IPS,etc.
    -The Civil Service Exams are conducted in Three phases namely,
    *The Preliminary Exams.
    *The Mains Exams.
    *The Interviews.
    -The Preliminary exams are carried out in May,while those who qualify the Preliminary,proceed to the Mains,To be carried out in October-November.
    -The notifications of release of forms are available by the end of January every year.
    -As per the optional subjects,I would recommend you To go for COMMERCE AND ACCOUNTANCY as your first choice.
    -Having studied this well for years in your CA course,you must have good knowledge of these,which would help you do well.
    -As for the 2nd Optional Subject,go for any of the Arts Subjects.The subjects including INDIAN HISTORY,PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION,GEOGRAPHY,POLITICAL SCIENCE & SOCIOLOGY are particularly scoring,and hence,have shown a higher success rate in the past when compared to the other subjects.
    -The fact that these Arts Subjects form the core of the Paper-I of the Preliminary Exams,hands you with an additional advantage by saving time in preparation.
    -However,the final call is yours.Choose the subjects of your interest.
    -For details of exams,visit official website of the UPSC- WWW.UPSC.GOV.IN
    ALL THE BEST !!

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    Re: Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Dear aspirant ,
    of course you do ias after getting qualified in ca . Because expert says that a student who have
    ca degree that student can apply for ias exam which conduct by upsc . There is three steps in ias
    exam :-
    1. Preliminary
    2. Mains
    3. Personal interview
    many opt. Subject for ias exam in that subject you have command you can choose that subject .
    For more detail see the attachment .
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinky View Post
    Hello Friend'
    only graduates in any subject can write IAS exams. you can take any degree from any recognised university. better for you to do B.Com. and then only you can write IAS. If you are interested in politics, you can choose politics for your preliminary exam.
    pinky u r fool

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    Re: Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Re: Can I do IAS after getting qualified in CA? If yes then which are the best optional subjects for me?

    Hi Friend,

    -WITH the experts of CA having confirmed that the Degree of Chartered Accountant is equivalent to Professional Graduation (Post Graduation), You can definitely appear the CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS conducted annually by the UPSC for enrolling the candidates into prestigious posts of IAS,IPS,etc.

    -The Civil Service Exams are conducted in Three phases namely,
    1st->>The Preliminary Exams.
    2nd->>The Mains Exams.
    3rd->>The Interviews.

    A>>-The Preliminary exams are carried out in May.
    who qualify the Preliminary,proceed to the Mains,To be carried out in October-November.

    B>>-The notifications of release of forms are available by the end of January every year.

    C>>-As per the optional subjects, you To go for COMMERCE AND ACCOUNTANCY as your first choice.

    D>>-Having studied this well for years in your CA course,
    you must have good knowledge of these,
    which would help you do well.

    E>>-As for the 2nd Optional Subject,go for any of the Arts Subjects.
    have shown a higher success rate in the past when compared to the other subjects.

    F>>-The these Arts Subjects form the core of the Paper-I of the Preliminary Exams,hands you with an additional advantage by saving time in preparation.

    G>>-the final call is yours.Choose the subjects of your interest.

    -For details of exams,visit official website of the UPSC- WWW.UPSC.GOV.IN

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