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    How to become an IAS officer after completing graduation (Computer Science Engineering)? What is the syllabus for IAS exam?

    how to become an ias officer after completing graduation in computer engineering?
    i am a first year student of engineering & i want to know all information about how to become an IAS officer after completing graduation in computer engineering ? & i want to prepare now for ias exams so plz tell me how to prepare &what is the syllabus for IAS exam for comp. engineering ?

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    Re: How to become an IAS officer after completing graduation (Computer Science Engineering)? What is the syllabus for IAS exam?

    Dear Aspirant
    As you want to prepare for IAS exam after BTECH in computer Science,so I must suggest you that you must
    Know syllabus of IAS exam which is described below
    The IAS paper has three stages...
    -Preliminary exam
    -Main Exam
    -Personal Interview
    For bece IAS you must have to clear each level..
    The Preliminary paper includes two papers which are
    -GS paper 1
    -CSAT paper 1
    In GS syllabus of exam is
    -Current Affairs
    -Indian and world History
    -Indian Economics
    -Indian And World Geographics
    -General Science
    To cover all subjects you must read out all books of NCERT Books from 6-10
    Class,this makes you better for preparation of IAS exam
    in spite of this you can also read "Unique Book of General Knowledge".which is
    best for IAS preparation.
    For CSAT you must have good hand on Aptitude,which you already have due to engineering student...
    For IAS main exam you have to choose two subjects from given optional subjects
    and in this paper you have to give to give three papers for English and General Knowledge..
    All The Best....

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    Re: How to become an IAS officer after completing graduation (Computer Science Engineering)? What is the syllabus for IAS exam?

    Dear Aspirant

    See you are in the first year of your engineering.You have taken Computer Science Engineering.One of the best strems having lots of jobs in software industry.Being in first year of engineering don't divert your mind.It is good that you want to become an IAS by cracking civil services examination but the important thing I would like to say that you focused on your study for time being.Do you know the maximum age limit for becoming an IAS is 30 years for an unreserved category.My motto is not to deviate you from your goal.But to make your focused towards it.Every small steps of success taken towards will keep your enthusuiam as well as your spirit alive.

    Only thing I want to say you try to perform best in your semester grades and at the same time if time left then you take your preparation parts for civil service examination in such a way that it enhance your knowledge as well as your motto also.See why I am telling this and why intially I was telling those words.

    What happen generally people work hard anyhow get admissions in engineering college and then again rat race begins people starts preparing for big examintion like CAT,civil services.Only people think and in doing they forget their basic duties that is of studying do not get good semester marks and then gradually start blaming themselves.So instead doing that why not develop a positive apporach study and perform well and improve grades and give credits for doing good to yourself and when you passed third year then you may think of doing prepartion for civil services

    Since you are enthusuiasitic and even if you are not but you should follow this basics that apart from course study give half an hour time to read an English newspaer.It will improve your vocabulary as well comprehension.Most important keep you updated about current affairs.After developing this habit in 3-4 months.Start solving aptitude,then reasoning.In this way till you passed your third year you have not prepared yourself for civil servcies preliminary examination as well as for your placements

    Everything should be done in a proper way and in a scheduled time then only it will going to benefit you in long run.Hope you undertsand my message and perform best in your semester with preparing towards civil service examination

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    Re: How to become an IAS officer after completing graduation (Computer Science Engineering)? What is the syllabus for IAS exam?

    Dear Aspirant

    See you are in the first year of your engineering.You have taken Computer Science Engineering.One of the best strems having lots of jobs in software industry.Being in first year of engineering don't divert your mind.It is good that you want to become an IAS by cracking civil services examination but the important thing I would like to say that you focused on your study for time being.Do you know the maximum age limit for becoming an IAS is 30 years for an unreserved category.My motto is not to deviate you from your goal.But to make your focused towards it.Every small steps of success taken towards will keep your enthusuiam as well as your spirit alive.

    Only thing I want to say you try to perform best in your semester grades and at the same time if time left then you take your preparation parts for civil service examination in such a way that it enhance your knowledge as well as your motto also.See why I am telling this and why intially I was telling those words.

    What happen generally people work hard anyhow get admissions in engineering college and then again rat race begins people starts preparing for big examintion like CAT,civil services.Only people think and in doing they forget their basic duties that is of studying do not get good semester marks and then gradually start blaming themselves.So instead doing that why not develop a positive apporach study and perform well and improve grades and give credits for doing good to yourself and when you passed third year then you may think of doing prepartion for civil services

    Since you are enthusuiasitic and even if you are not but you should follow this basics that apart from course study give half an hour time to read an English newspaer.It will improve your vocabulary as well comprehension.Most important keep you updated about current affairs.After developing this habit in 3-4 months.Start solving aptitude,then reasoning.In this way till you passed your third year you have not prepared yourself for civil servcies preliminary examination as well as for your placements

    Everything should be done in a proper way and in a scheduled time then only it will going to benefit you in long run.Hope you undertsand my message and perform best in your semester with preparing towards civil service examination.One thing I would like to say dont get disappointed that In civil service examination Computer Engineering is not provided as one of the optional paper.You have to select different optional paper.But that is a different issue for now you concentrate for your branch paper and try to preliminary examination in theway told you.Because first you need to qualify preliminary examination then you will think of main examination

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    Re: How to become an IAS officer after completing graduation (Computer Science Engineering)? What is the syllabus for IAS exam?

    Hello friend,
    IAS is one of the most prestigious post of All India service. UPSC conduct civil service exam for IAS post once in a year.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    1.Educational Qualification:- Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University is the minimum educational qualification required to apply for UPSC.

    The final year students of a degree course is also apply for the exam.

    2.Age Limit:
    For General - Not less than 21 year & not more than 30 year
    Upper age limit is also relaxed by 3 year for OBC, 5 year for SC/ST & certain others.

    3.For IAS exam the candidate must be a citizen of India.

    To become an IAS officer one can qualifying the entrance exam which consist of 3 stages:
    1.Preliminary Exam
    2.Main Exam
    3.Interview

    The eligible candidates are applying through online/off line.

    The UPSC application forms are available in any of the post offices/ Head post offices spread all over the country.

    The candidate are also apply through online to visit the website www.upsconline.nic.in


    IAS preliminary Syllabus:

    General studies paper-1
    Maximum Mark - 200
    Number of question - 100
    Total time - 2 hrs


    1. Current events of national and international importance
    2. History of India and Indian national movement
    3. Indian and World Geography
    4. Indian Polity and governance
    5. Economic and social development
    6. General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change
    7. General Science

    General Studies Paper II
    Maximum marks : 200
    Number of Questions : 80
    Total Time : 120 minutes (02 hours)
    Syllabus

    1. Comprehension
    2. Interpersonal skills which include communication skills
    3. Logical reasoning & analytical ability
    4. Decision making & problem solving
    5. General mental ability
    6. Basic numeracy
    7. English language comprehension skills (Class X level)

    IAS Mains Syllabus
    Paper I (One of the Indian Languages to be selected by the candidate)
    Maximum marks : 200
    Paper II (English)
    Maximum marks : 300
    Paper III (Essay)
    Maximum marks : 200
    Paper IV & V (General Studies)
    Maximum marks : 600
    Paper VI, VII, VIII, IX
    Maximum marks : 1200

    There is No change in IAS preliminary exam but UPSC has made lot of changes in the pattern & IAS main exam syllabus time to time.

    For more details visit www.upsc.gov.in
    Thank You






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