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    What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    thank you..

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    Complete Selection Procedure for IAS Officer post : Dear for your kind information that IAS stands for - Indian Administrative Service and IAS officer post is the highest administrative post in all over entire India means there is no one who is bigger than IAS officer and IAS officers are selected through very tough procedure by UPSC - Union Public Service Commission by following this following selection procedure :

    There are three steps in the complete selection procedure of the IAS officer post which are following as but before that we should have the eligibility criteria to apply for IAS officer exam under the UPSC civil services :

    >> Candidate should have a bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university

    >> Age should not be less than 21 years and more than 30 years and relaxation in upper age would be provided as per government guidelines which is 5 years for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC, 10 years for PWD and 5 years for Ex-Servicemen candidates and relaxation for widow, divorced, separated female candidates as per government guidelines

    If you have above mentioned qualification then you may apply for UPSC IAS exam

    1. Preliminary Exam : This is the first step to face in IAS exam and there would be 2 papers conducted under this step which would be conducted in objective type format and each paper has equal 200 marks, qualifying in this preliminary exam is most necessary to reach to the next step.

    2. Mains Examination : This is the second step to face in this exam and you will have to appear for 9 various papers which would be conducted only in conventional format and papers are following :

    1. General English - 300 marks
    2. Any Indian Language - 300 marks
    3. Essay - 200 marks
    4. General Studies I - 300 marks
    5. General Studies II - 300 marks
    6. Any selected subject - paper I -
    7. Any selected subject - paper II - Both paper I and II has 300 marks
    8. Any optional subject - paper I -
    9. Any optional subject - paper II - Both paper I and II has 300 marks

    total marks for mains exam - 2000 marks for complete 9 papers

    After qualifying the prelims exam you would be offered to choose any two subjects from the list of the subjects of UPSC board and you may choose any two subjects to prepare for your mains exam which are following :

    1. Agriculture
    2. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
    3. Anthropology
    4. Botany
    5. Chemistry
    6. Civil Engineering
    7. Commerce and Accountancy
    8. Economics
    9. Electrical Engineering
    10. Geology
    11. Geography
    12. History
    13. Law
    14. Management
    15. Mathematics
    16. Mechanical Engineering
    17. Medical Science
    18. Philosophy
    19. Physics
    20. Political Science and International Relations
    21. Psychology
    22. Public Administration
    23. Sociology
    24. Statistics
    25. Zoology

    Last and Final Step - Interview Process : This would be your final step in the selection of IAS post and you would only be called for interview process when you will clear all preliminary and mains exam and candidates are called on the basis of marks in mains exam and there is no part of the marks of prelims exam in the mains exam and the final selection would be done on the basis of your mains exam marks and interview marks, Interview Process has 300 separate marks so the complete grand total for the selection is - 2000+300 = 2300

    If you successfully qualify the interview process and comes under top 50 IAS selections then you would be sent for IFS - Indian Foreign Service Post and minimum and medium ranking candidates would be selected for various posts as - Collector and Indian Revenue Officer etc.

    Guidelines to get success in exam and interview process :

    >> If you are going to the coaching institute then it is good for your career and you can get that what you want but your coaching should be good according to the study for IAS exam

    >> You should also give some time for your study after the coaching classes and must give at least 8 hours from your side for study after the coaching

    >> Concentrate only where the coaching institute and teacher focus you and do not get involve in any other coaching institute if you consider your coaching is best

    >> Purchase some reputed and good books of famous publishers which are available in market and take some practice sets - online and offline too

    >> To prepare for your mains exam you will have to practice to write some good topics everyday and you should collect some previous years mains exam papers and other state service papers then prepare hard

    >> If you qualify the prelims and mains both then you should go to prepare for your interview in your coaching and present yourself in front of the coaching faculty so you could increase your confidence

    >> If you go to any successful IAS officers or those officers who have been selected through State Service Commission then they may also guide you well for interview

    >> You must collect more and more knowledge for your interview process and be confident and be more aware about your - study subject, hobbies and other things which you will fill in your Call Letter

    >> Do not forget to remember the GOD because GOD is everything and they are almighty, superior and superlative and only they may help you to get selected

    All the very best

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    IAS: Indian Administrative services this service exam.is conducted by Union public Service commission.Procudures are:-

    1.Education: Minimum graduation from a recognized University in any discipline.

    2.Age:Gen: 21-30.OBC: 21-33 years.S.C/S.T: 21-35 years.

    3.Nationality:INDIAN.Male/Female both can apply.

    4.Attempts:Gen/Obc can avail max.4/7 attempts' respectively.S/C & S.T: No limit.

    These are the procedures' to follow before applying for UPSC, IAS Exam.

    Levels are to clear: Preliminary Exam/Main Exam./and Interview to get IAS post as per merit list.

    Thank You,

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    Hello,
    Civil Services Examination is conducted by UPSC every year for the recruitment of candidates for the post of IAS, IRS, IPS.

    Civil Services Exam is conducted in 2 stages:
    1. Preliminary Examination comprising of 2 exams General Studies and CSAT
    2. Civil Services Main Examination (Written and Interview)

    The basic eligibility criteria for Civil Services Exam are as follows:
    Educational Qualification
    The candidate must hold any degree in any discipline from any recognized university
    Final year degree students are also eligible
    Degree obtained by distance education/open university is also eligible if the university is a recognized university

    Age limit
    General 21-30 yrs
    SC/ST 21-35 yrs
    PH 21-40 yrs

    Number of attempts permitted
    General 4
    OBC 7
    PH 7
    SC/ST No Limit

    Nationality should be Indian.

    For further details refer the pdf attached below 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...
    Attached Files

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    dear aspirant,


    UPSC conduct Civil Services Exam for the post of IAS. if you

    want to become an IAS officer then you have to clear the Civil

    Services Exam. Civil Services Exam is conducted in three phase and

    you have to clear all the three phases.


    Three Phases of Civil Services Exam:
    1. CSAT
    2. Mains
    3. Interview
    CSAT is conducted for checking the eligibility of the candidates

    for Mains Exam.Candidates who clears the CSAT exams are eligible

    to apply for Mains Exam. If you clears the Mains Exam then you are

    called for Interview. After Interview you are appointed for the post.

    you will get the post according to your ranking.

    Eligibility Criteria For Civil Services:


    1. You need to complete or appearing in final year of graduation

    from recognized college or university with any percentage.



    AGE LIMIT:


    General Category: 21 to 30 years

    OBC Category: 21 to 33 years


    SC/ST: 21 to 35 years


    you must have attained the lower age limit on 1 August of

    the year of exam and you should not have attained the upper age

    limit on similar date.




    How To Apply?


    you can apply for the exam online on following link:

    http://www.upsconline.nic.in/




    Good Luck......

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    To become an IAS Officer you have appear/clear the prestigious Civil Services Exam(CSE).
    CSE
    is conducted by UPSC every year to make recruitments to 24 services/posts.
    After clearing
    CSE you can get posts like IAS,IPS,IFS,IRS,etc.
    Based on your rank in the Final Merit list you will get these services/posts.

    Selection Procedure

    CSE is conducted in 3 stages/levels by UPSC:

    1.Prelims/CSAT Exam-CSAT stands for Civil Services Aptitude Test.It consists of 2 papers of General studies
    of 200 marks each i.e.total marks for CSAT Exam is 400 marks.It is conducted to shortlist candidates for the
    Mains Exam of CSE.Only candidates successful in the CSAT Exams are moved to the second stage of CSE i.e.

    Mains exam.


    2.Mains Exam-is conducted to test the indepth knowledge and intellegence of the candidates.It consists of
    total 9 Papers and 2000 marks is the total weightage of Mains exams.Two Optionals subjects have to be chosen
    at this stage and 2 Papers of each subject prepared.After clearing the Mains Exams you will get an interview call.


    3.Interviews-is the test of Personality of candidates and is of 300 marks.It is the final stage of selection for CSE.
    after this a Merit List is prepared based on the overall performance of the candidates and posts allotted accordingly.
    Since it is a merit based exam scuring a good rank is very imp. to get the desired top posts like IAS,IFS,IPS,etc.


    You have to clear all the above three stages to become an IAS Officer.

    For more details visit www.upsc.gov.in
    To apply online visit www.upsconline.nic.in
    CSE 2013 Exam notification is expected on 02.02.2013 and Prelims/CSAT exam will be held on 19.05.2013.




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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    The selection procedure is complete in three step....

    1) priliminary exam
    2) main exam
    3) interview

    The marks contain by the evry step is
    priliminary exam - 300
    main exam - 2000
    interview - 200

    If you complete there three step then you selected for IAS.

    The qulification is complete greduation with any reconize university.

    The no. of attemp this exam is

    For sc/st - no limit
    For obc - 7
    for gen. - 4

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    Hiiiiiiiii frnds,

    Selection procedure of IAS recruitment :-

    1. Written exam
    2. Prelims exam
    3. mains exam
    4. interview

    four levels you should clear to get IAS post..................



    Thnks...............
    Jeet Masih

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    IAS: Indian Administrative services this service exam.is conducted by Union public Service commission.Procudures are:-

    1.Education: Minimum graduation from a recognized University in any discipline.

    2.Age:Gen: 21-30.OBC: 21-33 years.S.C/S.T: 21-35 years.

    3.Nationality:INDIAN.Male/Female both can apply.

    4.Attempts:Gen/Obc can avail max.4/7 attempts' respectively.S/C & S.T: No limit.

    These are the procedures' to follow before applying for UPSC, IAS Exam.

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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    Hello Dear,

    Selection procedure to become an IAS officer:-

    To become an IAS officers candidate must have to crack the CSAT exam. CSAT exam is conducted by UPSC.
    In CSAT exam there are three stage

    1. prelim exam

    2. Main Exam

    3. Interview

    prelim exam are the basic exam which is held in the month of may in every year.
    mains exam are the exam on 2nd stage only those candidate can give this exam who clear prelim exam in that year.
    next and last stage is interview stage. for interview only those candidate are eligible who clear the above two stage in that year.

    Topic
    General Awareness
    Logical reasoning
    Decision making
    Problem solving
    Communication skills
    Aptitude
    Data interpretation

    For more information you can visit www.upsc.gov.in
    good luck




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    Re: What is the selection procedure of IAS recruitment? How many levels should we clear to get IAS post?

    Complete Selection
    Procedure for IAS Officer
    post : Dear for your kind
    information that IAS stands
    for - Indian Administrative
    Service and IAS officer post
    is the highest
    administrative post in all
    over entire India means
    there is no one who is
    bigger than IAS officer and
    IAS officers are selected
    through very tough
    procedure by UPSC - Union
    Public Service Commission
    by following this following
    selection procedure :
    There are three steps in
    the complete selection
    procedure of the IAS
    officer post which are
    following as but before
    that we should have the
    eligibility criteria to apply
    for IAS officer exam under
    the UPSC civil services :
    >> Candidate should have
    a bachelor's degree in any
    discipline from a
    recognized university
    >> Age should not be less
    than 21 years and more
    than 30 years and
    relaxation in upper age
    would be provided as per
    government guidelines
    which is 5 years for SC/ST,
    3 years for OBC, 10 years
    for PWD and 5 years for
    Ex-Servicemen candidates
    and relaxation for widow,
    divorced, separated female
    candidates as per
    government guidelines
    If you have above
    mentioned qualification
    then you may apply for
    UPSC IAS exam
    1. Preliminary Exam : This
    is the first step to face in
    IAS exam and there would
    be 2 papers conducted
    under this step which
    would be conducted in
    objective type format and
    each paper has equal 200
    marks, qualifying in this
    preliminary exam is most
    necessary to reach to the
    next step.
    2. Mains Examination :
    This is the second step to
    face in this exam and you
    will have to appear for 9
    various papers which
    would be conducted only in
    conventional format and
    papers are following :
    1. General English - 300
    marks
    2. Any Indian Language -
    300 marks
    3. Essay - 200 marks
    4. General Studies I - 300
    marks
    5. General Studies II - 300
    marks
    6. Any selected subject -
    paper I -
    7. Any selected subject -
    paper II - Both paper I and
    II has 300 marks
    8. Any optional subject -
    paper I -
    9. Any optional subject -
    paper II - Both paper I and
    II has 300 marks
    total marks for mains
    exam - 2000 marks for
    complete 9 papers
    After qualifying the prelims
    exam you would be
    offered to choose any two
    subjects from the list of
    the subjects of UPSC board
    and you may choose any
    two subjects to prepare for
    your mains exam which
    are following :
    1. Agriculture
    2. Animal Husbandry and
    Veterinary Science
    3. Anthropology
    4. Botany
    5. Chemistry
    6. Civil Engineering
    7. Commerce and
    Accountancy
    8. Economics
    9. Electrical Engineering
    10. Geology
    11. Geography
    12. History
    13. Law
    14. Management
    15. Mathematics
    16. Mechanical
    Engineering
    17. Medical Science
    18. Philosophy
    19. Physics
    20. Political Science and
    International Relations
    21. Psychology
    22. Public Administration
    23. Sociology
    24. Statistics
    25. Zoology
    Last and Final Step -
    Interview Process : This
    would be your final step in
    the selection of IAS post
    and you would only be
    called for interview process
    when you will clear all
    preliminary and mains
    exam and candidates are
    called on the basis of
    marks in mains exam and
    there is no part of the
    marks of prelims exam in
    the mains exam and the
    final selection would be
    done on the basis of your
    mains exam marks and
    interview marks, Interview
    Process has 300 separate
    marks so the complete
    grand total for the
    selection is - 2000+300 =
    2300
    If you successfully qualify
    the interview process and
    comes under top 50 IAS
    selections then you would
    be sent for IFS - Indian
    Foreign Service Post and
    minimum and medium
    ranking candidates would
    be selected for various
    posts as - Collector and
    Indian Revenue Officer
    etc.
    Guidelines to get success
    in exam and interview
    process :
    >> If you are going to the
    coaching institute then it is
    good for your career and
    you can get that what you
    want but your coaching
    should be good according
    to the study for IAS exam
    >> You should also give
    some time for your study
    after the coaching classes
    and must give at least 8
    hours from your side for
    study after the coaching
    >> Concentrate only where
    the coaching institute and
    teacher focus you and do
    not get involve in any
    other coaching institute if
    you consider your coaching
    is best
    >> Purchase some reputed
    and good books of famous
    publishers which are
    available in market and
    take some practice sets -
    online and offline too
    >> To prepare for your
    mains exam you will have
    to practice to write some
    good topics everyday and
    you should collect some
    previous years mains exam
    papers and other state
    service papers then
    prepare hard
    >> If you qualify the
    prelims and mains both
    then you should go to
    prepare for your interview
    in your coaching and
    present yourself in front of
    the coaching faculty so you
    could increase your
    confidence
    >> If you go to any
    successful IAS officers or
    those officers who have
    been selected through
    State Service Commission
    then they may also guide
    you well for interview
    >> You must collect more
    and more knowledge for
    your interview process and
    be confident and be more
    aware about your - study
    subject, hobbies and other
    things which you will fill in
    your Call Letter
    >> Do not forget to
    remember the GOD
    because GOD is everything
    and they are almighty,
    superior and superlative
    and only they may help
    you to get selected
    All the very best

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