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    Is it a good decision to sit for UPSC exams right after graduation or should I wait some years and gain job experience before starting preparation for such exams?

    hello
    i am currently doing mech engg. in 3rd year. should i go for the exam right after my graduation or should i wait some years and do some job before starting preparation?

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    sah.alok Array
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    Re: Is it a good decision to sit for UPSC exams right after graduation or should I wait some years and gain job experience before starting preparation for such exams?

    Hello

    The UPSC exams are considered to be the toughest in our country and some of the exams are toughest in the world.It is really necessary that you study hard with iron determination in order to make through such exams.You need to give your 100% to crack such entrances,it is really a tough job to do.

    But after completing your graduation,there is no need to do the job,the reality is that doing a job will not help you in the UPSC exams,If you go for the job ,then it has no influence on the UPSC exams.Your job experience will have no connection to the UPSC exams.

    Hence there is absolutely no point in going for the job after graduation with the taught ,that this will help you in the UPSC exams or in the selection.Therefore,no need to do the job for that reason,but you can give the UPSC exams after 1 or 2 year of your graduation and in those gaping years you will prepare yourself for the exams.

    The UPSC exams are not easy to crack as mentioned earlier specially the exams conducted for the civil services like IAS,IPS etc.you need to have great knowledge and potential to crack such exams.Therefore,you give a gap but for the exam preparation and not for doing jobs that will not help you in any case either.

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    Re: Is it a good decision to sit for UPSC exams right after graduation or should I wait some years and gain job experience before starting preparation for such exams?

    Hello,
    UPSC doesn't require you to have work experience and you can apply for UPSC Exam if you qualify the eligibility criteria of the concerned Exam.
    You can apply for UPSC Exam whenever you want, all you need to do is satisfy the eligibility criteria.

    The Basic Eligibility criteria for most of the UPSC Exam are mentioned below:
    The candidate must hold any degree in any discipline from any recognized university. Final year degree students are also eligible
    The age limit is 21-30 yrs
    The maximum number of attempts for General category is 4
    The candidate should be Indian

    For further details and for Previous Years Question Papers you can refer www.upsc.gov.in
    You can fill the online application form from the official website www.upsconline.nic.in

    Regards...

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    Re: Is it a good decision to sit for UPSC exams right after graduation or should I wait some years and gain job experience before starting preparation for such exams?

    Dear Aspirant,


    The abbreviation of UPSC is Union Public Service Commission.


    Yes, it is a good decision for you to sit for those exams, that are organized by Union Public Service Commission, right finishing after bachelor degree.


    Union Public Service Commission organizes Civil Services exam every year for the Indian Administrative Services/Indian Police Services/Indian Revenue Services/Indian Forest Services/Indian Foreign Services/Indian Engineering Services positions.


    The educational qualifications regarding with Civil Services exam are below mentioned:-

    # Candidates must have finished their bachelor degree in any curriculum from any approved institution.

    # Candidates of last year of bachelor degree are also preferable for this exam.

    # There is no need of percentage in bachelor degree for this exam.


    No. of attempts regarding with Civil Services exam are below mentioned:-

    # Open candidates:- 4.

    # OBC candidates:- 7.

    # SC/ST candidates:- Not assumed.


    The age criteria and relaxation regarding with Civil Services exam are below mentioned:-

    # 21-30 years.

    # Relaxation:- 3 years, 5 years and 10 years are assumed for OBC, SC/ST and PH candidates.

    # Citizenship:- Must be Indian.


    Thanks.

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    Re: Is it a good decision to sit for UPSC exams right after graduation or should I wait some years and gain job experience before starting preparation for such exams?

    Friend, please note that it is your own life and it is your own career, so every decision in this regard must be taken by yourself after deep consideration. Before any decision you may seek the advice from family members, friends, teachers or any experts but the final decision should be completely of you after deep consideration.As far as I thinks you must not go for any job after graduation. Because working in any organisation or anywhere will not be helful to you. Because there is no any weightage or emphasis given on working experience of the candidate.After graduation, you should wait for atleast one year. You can utilised this one year for preparing yourself for the UPSC Examination. As UPSC Examination is one of the most tough examination in India.

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