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    I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?

    I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?
    thank you..

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    randhirk.rk Array
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    Re: I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?

    No you cannot appear in UPSC Civil Services exams being a B.Tech dropout as you have not completed your graduation.

    UPSC Civil Services Exam(CSE) is conducted
    every year to make recruitments to 24 services/posts.

    Eligibility for UPSC CSE :

    Educational Qualification :
    Graduation in any discipline from a UGC recognised University.
    If you want to apply to CSE complete your graduation in any stream you like first.
    Final year appeared candidates can also apply on provision.

    Age Limit :
    General Category-21-30yrs on 1st August of the year of exam
    OBC-21-33yrs
    SC/ST-21-35yrs

    Attempts :
    General Category-4 times
    OBC-7 times
    SC/ST-Unlimited times

    For more details visit
    www.upsc.gov.in

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    Re: I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?

    sorry you cannot appear in following UPSC exams. UPSC conducts a lot of examination like
    1) civil services exam
    2) Forest service exam
    3) Indian Engineering service exam
    4) defense service exam
    5) Medical service exam
    6) GEologist exam
    7) Indian Economic service/ Indian Statistical service exam
    for all these exams minimum qualification is a bachelor's degree. In certain exams like forest service, geologist exam etc , bachelor's degree in certain related subjects is the minimum educational criterion.
    But you can apply for the following exams with Higher secondary qualification
    1) special class railway apprentice exam
    for railway apprenticeship (training cum Mechanical ENgg study)
    2) National defense academy exam
    for entry into army, navy or airforce as cadets
    but i dont know if you satisfy the age limits for these exams.
    age limit for SCRA: 17-21 years as on 1st august of the year of exam
    age limit for NDA : 16 and half- 19 years
    if you want to know more details regarding these 2 exams you can refer the following website
    upsc.gov.in

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    Re: I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?

    Dear Friend,

    Sorry to say but you are not eligible for the UPSC Civil Services Examination.

    This is because the minimum educational qualification required for UPSC Civil Services Exam is you must have a Bachelor`s Degree from any recognized college/university.

    And as you have not completed your B.Tech so first of all you should complete your graduation or you should try to make your future in another direction.

    This is the information i have to the best of my knowledge regarding your query. Hope the information will help you to the extent you want.

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    Re: I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am a B.Tech drop out. Can I appear in UPSC exam?
    thank you..
    Dear Friend,

    To apply for UPSC Examination you should have your Degree of B.Tech or equivalent to apply for it.
    Without your degree you cannot apply for it.
    Minimum education qualification required to apply for UPSC Examination is Graduation or equivalent in any stream from Recognized University.
    So you cannot apply without your Degree/Certificate.
    Drop out is completely your choice but to apply for UPSC you have to follow certain rules and regulations.
    UPSC examination is Highly prestigious examination conducted for High Level of Government Department who are backbone of this nation.
    So you can imagine the level of expertize it would need and without your proof of qualification you cannot apply for it.
    So if you have time you can complete your B.Tech if you want to and get your degree and than apply for examination.
    Hope it guides you well.

    Regards.

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