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    prabhjot kaur Array
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    I am an occupational therapist. I have done BOT and MOT in neurosciences under central government. From which category can I take UPSC exam?

    i am an occupational therapist. i have done BOT and MOT in neurosciences under central govt. kindly guide me from which category i can take UPSC exam and which subjects can be taken for it.

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    samrat2012 Array
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    Re: I am an occupational therapist. I have done BOT and MOT in neurosciences under central government. From which category can I take UPSC exam?




    Hi Aspirant,


    In my view you can apply for Civil service exam. I hope that your degree in neuroscience will be equivalent of graduation.

    UPSC organizes the civil service exam once in a year for the recruitment in following posts

    IAS

    IPS

    IRS

    UPSC is conducted at national level and lots of candidates take part in this exam.

    In this year UPSC exam is in process. Mains exam is going to be held on 5/10/2012.

    Candidates can apply for Civil service exam in next year 2013.

    UPSC will issue the notification for civil exam at 2/2/2012.

    You can apply for civil exam through UPSC official website in both online and offline modes

    http://upsconline.nic.in

    Application fee: Rs 100.


    Qualification for Civil exam

    You should be graduated in any stream from recognized university or its equivalent.

    Age should be 21 to 30 years.

    Age relaxation

    SC/ST + 5 years

    OBC + 3 years

    You must be Indian.


    Exam procedure

    Preliminary exam ( 400 marks)

    Mains exam (2000 marks)

    Interview (300 marks)


    Attempts in Civil exam

    General candidates can apply 4 times.

    OBC candidates can apply 7 times

    SC/ST candidates can apply till the age of 35 years


    In mains exam candidates will have to choose two optional subjects.

    Here I am writing the list of optional subject for mains exam

    Agriculture

    Animal husbandry & vetinary science

    Anthropology

    Botany

    Chemistry

    Civil engineering

    Commerce and accountancy

    Economics

    Geography

    Indian History

    Law

    Management

    Mathematics

    Mechanical engineering

    Medical science

    Philosophy

    Physics

    Political science & international relations

    Psychology

    Sociology

    Statistics

    Zoology




    Best of Lucků

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