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    Presently working in a software company as a Java developer. Deeply interested to become a Civil Servant. Will it be a good decision to leave my job and sit for UPSC preparation?

    Presently working in a software company as a Java developer. Deeply interested to become a Civil Servant. Will it be a good decision to leave my job and sit for UPSC preparation?
    thank u

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    Sushil Kumar Array
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    Re: Presently working in a software company as a Java developer. Deeply interested to become a Civil Servant. Will it be a good decision to leave my job and sit for UPSC preparation?

    Hello,
    There is no reasons for you to leave your job and join civil services.
    You can first try both the things simultaneously and if you clear the exams then you can give resignation.
    If things didn't workout as planned you will still be in the safe zone.
    Regards....

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    samrat2012 Array
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    Re: Presently working in a software company as a Java developer. Deeply interested to become a Civil Servant. Will it be a good decision to leave my job and sit for UPSC preparation?



    Hi Aspirant,
    Friend you have no need to leave your work for the preparation of civil service exam.

    You can do the preparation of CS simultaneously.

    So I would not say that your decision is correct.

    There are some reasons behind it, as you know civil service is the toughest exam of Indian and not so easy to crack.

    If you donít select for civil exam then you would have an other option of your job and your future would not be at risk.

    So you should not stake your job for civil preparation.

    If you become select in civil service exam, you can leave your job.


    Best of LuckÖ

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    Re: Presently working in a software company as a Java developer. Deeply interested to become a Civil Servant. Will it be a good decision to leave my job and sit for UPSC preparation?

    Hello dear,

    1> you can get good salary in future because software demand increase day by day..
    2> so please don't leave your job..
    3> if you are interested in UPSC exam so please do its preparation in extra time..
    4> so please make a time table and adjust your time for preparation of UPSC exam..
    thanks....

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    mrityunjay18 Array
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    Re: Presently working in a software company as a Java developer. Deeply interested to become a Civil Servant. Will it be a good decision to leave my job and sit for UPSC preparation?


    LOOK BRO, THE WAY IS TOUGH BUT FAR BETTER THAN TIME . MY SELF A COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEER< CAN UNDERSTAND THE WORKLOAD THERE. BUT IT NEEDS STRONG DECISION AND HARD DETERMINATION> IF YOU HAVE FAITH IN YOU THEN YOU CAN LEAVE AND BE WTH IT.
    1. Name of the Exams:
    Civil Services Exams conducted by UPSC
    2. IES : Indian engineering Services

    Age : 21yrs to 30yrs for General Candidates Only
    21 yrs to 33 ysr for OBC
    21 yrs to 35 yrs for SC/ST


    Educational Qualification : Graduate in nay discipline from any recognised university in India.
    Attempts : 4 attempts for general and 7 attempts for OBC and as many they can for SC/ST candidates

    Satges of the Exams : 3stages with PT, mains and followed by interview


    ALL THE BEST !!



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