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6 answers Adiba Shahab in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

An IAS Officer has to be a teacher,guide,official,leader,bureaucrat,inspector,philosopher,knowledgeable,disaster manager,communicator between people and the Govt.,task master,collector,magistrate and managing the administration wherever he or she is working.He/She is appointed by the Govt.in the public interest.He has to show his best performance while serving the nation.

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As such just being a Finance graduate does have good scope in terms of either joining a bank or any other company in io accounts,and then train yourself to move up the ladder.   BSE and NSE, are sure shot job oriented courses and without a doubt train you towards the never ending market trend, Stock markets.With this knowledge you can help either companies or individual investors with their investment issue. Chances of you doing it on your own also is high. But since its a volatile market, trends can fluctuate, so be ready to face both ups and downs here.But a perfect reading,whic

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Brajesh, Hello. You can opt from the following mentioned options which are suitable for you since you are from PCB Stream. These are the options which don't require MBBS.  Bachelor's degree in Agriculture/ Horticulture/Fisheries/Forestry/Home Science and Biotechnology. For this you have to appear in All India Entrance Exam for Agriculture (AIEEA-UG) conducted by Indian Council Of Agricultural Research New Delhi.        2. Paramedical Occupations like Speech therapy, Nursing, radiography, Emergency First Aid, Physiotherapy, Dietetics. For example you can do B.Sc

2 answers Dr. Manasvee Dubey in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Hi, Suprit The following link gives you details of the syllabus for the Civil Services exam. . You will know how to go about preparing for the same year. It should take general preparation plus one year of intense coaching and preparation to crack the Civil Services.  The optional subjects include Commerce and Accountancy, Management and Economics. Hence, a MBA(Finance) will help, if you go for the same. Your subjects chosen for  M.Com should be on these lines. A MBA shapes you better for the group discussion, interview and General Studies. A M.Com does not hold additional value in t

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Forestry is the science and art of protecting, conserving and managing forest ecosystems for present and future generations. Forest professionals understand the relationships between people and forests, wildlife, ecology, fire and pest detection and control, wood science, harvest operations, forest regeneration and manufacturing processes. They design , implement and promote management programs that have a positive impact on diverse public and private needs. Career Path:-12th H (PCM)B.Sc Forestry/ Wildlife M.Sc Forestry with specialization in subjects like Forest Management, Com

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1 answer Halima Sadiya in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Well,   Dear Aspirant, if you are going to appear in the civil services examination (CSE), you must be aware of the current examination pattern and know-how therein. The last time when the pattern got changed was the year 2013 so you are supposed to know about the current syllabus. The pattern, this time, is such that you will be thoroughly evaluated for the number of abilities that are required to become an IAS officer. Previously we had two optional papers and one General Studies Paper in the Main Examination and in the Prelims there was a General studies paper and another was one of yo

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Well, I am happy to guide you on this topic and we will discuss it at length for every angle of the possible solution leaving no stone unturned. As your question states that you currently are working in banking profession as a Manager which is itself a good career too. It’s good that you are aspiring for a great and challenging career like IAS/IPS through Civil Services. The Civil Services career is more challenging and dynamic and involves great skills and direct relations with the public which gives you satisfaction being an agent of change for many lives. Indeed your orientation towar

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Hello Mohit,  Nice career choice. But sounds funny, you have made a choice but do not know how to fulfill your choice.  Please note IAS is part of the goverment job. To pursue IAS a student first needs to be a Graduate any stream. They would then have to appear for Civil service exams conducted by UPSC.  Please note, vigorous preparations is required to clear this exam. Students join coaching classes for the same. Apart from good reasoning capacity a student needs to be witty. Lot of readings is a must. Wish you good luck.....

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Hi, Dear Aspirant, sometimes the unexpected and odd decision can be taken if the situation goes the way we don’t want and though it seems to others a kind of diversion but you are the very person who has experienced all the facts so be firm if you have determined.     Read Also : I am very much confused regarding my courses and career paths? I would say never quit on something and never give up easily till you really feel that you are now exhausted all the options with that certain career field. You have studied for Civil Services Exams (CSE)/IAS for some 2 to 3 years an

1 answer Avadhut Desai in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Aspirant, You might have heard that age-old proverb – knowledge never goes waste; the Civil Services exam is designed as such that whoever has prepared for this exam, has got immense knowledge and the as an aspirant for UPSC-IAS, one become well versed in many subjects and skills. The CSE requires you to study from various subjects. You become aware of the current happening world over, you get to know the market trends as a study field under economy, you learn the technology that changed the world from within and what not. Your personality changes and develops which makes you enable

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Dear Aspirant, When you are in the second year of your graduation, enrol yourself in a good coaching academy for UPSC preparation. Ideally, if you prepare dedicatedly for three years continuously, you have a great chance of clearing the IAS exam in first attempt. If you are at the under graduate level, then this is really a good time to start preparing for the UPSC exam. For clearing the IAS exam, what you need is relentless studies, perseverance, patience, cool mind, systematic study, dedication and passion. It is definitely possible to have all these in you. You need to read a lot about gene

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Aspirant, After 12th Science, if you have the aptitude and if you can clear the NEET with a high rank, then MBBS should be preferred. But do not compare it with IAS. IAS and MBBS are two different career option which have no relation with each other in any way. So please do not compare. Both can also be done, since there are many IAS officers who are MBBS degree holders and they are working in health department primarily and other departments too. However managing the studies for MBBS and IAS is difficult together and therefore you will have to plan very carefully.  Completing MBBS i

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Aspirant, After 12th Science, if you have the aptitude and if you can clear the NEET with a high rank, then MBBS should be preferred. But do not compare it with IAS. IAS and MBBS are two different career option which have no relation with each other in any way. So please do not compare. Both can also be done, since there are many IAS officers who are MBBS degree holders and they are working in health department primarily and other departments too. However managing the studies for MBBS and IAS is difficult together and therefore you will have to plan very carefully.  Completing MBBS i

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Hello,  In continuation to my answer, though an aptitude test would help in realising your potentials but you need to be clear where your interest lies. That will help you make a confirmed choice. Wish you good luck..

3 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Aspirant, You will then definitely have to manage your time. Time Management will be the key to success in the IAS exam along with a job. There are many who work and study day and night and with a lot of patience and perseverance, they ultimately succeed. As you say you are almost near to crack the UPSC, and so with a complete focus on UPSC studies, your priority should not be a hectic or very well paying job. Choosing a hectic and demanding job at this moment will not let you find time to study. Therefore, you may definitely go for a job which is just sufficient for paying your minimum m

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Aspirant, The time of the call is limited. However just to reiterate, give your best shot for the UPSC exam and also along side manage to get a job. This is the option you have in front of you. Do not get more diverted or confused. If you lose focus, then you wont be able to achieve what you dream of. Best wishes always.

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Indian Revenue Service Officer category

Dear Aspirant, Nice to know that you are interested in politics and social services. For this at the under graduate level, you can choose BA Political Science. At MA level also you can choose Political Science. Politics and Social services are two different things. You need to decide whether you are interested in government service or social service? Best wishes

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