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First of all welcome to the careerguide.comIts difficult but not impossible to prepare for the Civil services Examinations along with a job. the main thing required is your willingness to put in your best and be ready for stretching your limits. You may be aware of the eligibility for the UPSC examinations: you need to be a graduate in any discipline, must be a citizen of India and must have attained the age of 21 years but not more than 30 years of age.The advertisements for the Preliminary exams are normally published in leading newspapers and Employment News around November-December.
The exams are conducted around May - June; sometimes, however they have even been held as late as August. Those who clear the Prelims will have to then appear for the Mains exams which is normally held after 4-5 months of the Prelims. Prelims Exams consists of 2 objective type questions papers of 200 marks each. In the Mains, two papers are language papers of which one is English (Compulsory) pf 300 marks each, an Essay paper of 200 marks, 2 General Studies papers of 300 marks each and 4 papers which you can choose. Your choice will be of 2 subjects for which there shall be 2 papers each of 300 marks. Those who pass the Mains are then called for the interview which is actually a means to test your personality. If and when you are serious about appearing for this exam, be clear that you WANT TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN IT; dont start with a readiness of failure. And one more thing, you need AT LEAST ONE FULL YEAR'S preparations if you want to be successful at these exams; in this one year, you will have to eat, drink, think and sleep the material needed for the examinations. So it is obvious you will have to streamline and manage your time very efficiently. Since you are working, you shall begin with a decision of NOT TAKING ANY LEAVES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR so that you can collect enough leaves to affort you at least 30 -45 days of preparation time for the exams. You will have to become a sponge grasping and soaking in all the information around you - leave no media out - newspapers, magazines, television, internet, etc. You will have to become a walking encyclopedia. All the very best for your endeavours.
Hello dear Aspirant, After reading your query above I came to know that you are very much interested in IAS line that is Indian administrative Services, and which is aspired by many but only few really chase their goal of IAS because of the hard work, dedication and commitment it demands to clear it. But for me this is not a question at all as if you really think you can go into this line and chase for your dreams with true feelings than noone can stop you from becoming a IAS. As said by a famous writer if you really wish for something than whole universe will conspire for you to make it.
I can understand that you are doing a job and it will be more difficult for you but that does not mean that it is not possible or impossible, and you can search and see many examples of persons who did it with side by side while doing a job it is not only you. you can find so many examples lying there for you to learn and take inspiration from them and move forward towards your ambition. if you can give your best effort and your best foot forward than you will be winner for sure, you need to give maximum possible time you have for the preparation and you can see the fruits coming out.I know IAS is not so easy thing but it always depends on the will power and determination.Hope my explanation will give you a positive attitude and a energy from within to give it a try and wish you will reach your goal and find your selves in the place where you deserve to be.Only possible key is hard work and commitment, just remember this and be focus god will lay down your path of success.After coming from office give your maximum time and effort and make sure to make it a disciplined approach not like will do tomorrow attitude which will land you no where and will be a vague effort so better not to go for it and waste time if cannot give your best.Rest at the end the decision is your from my side its a green signal and i think you can do it.Thank you
Hi Dear,I am a life and success coach and mentoring people in various walks of life. You basically need motivation, self belief and self confidence to move ahead for cracking IAS.
If you think you have it in you, then start to move on even when you are working. Manytimes a job along with high ambitions of IAS jell very well, as it reduces your worry about finances and also you can apply many of learnings in the job to learn further. Also a job will give you some relaxation from study and chage of mood. Move on, all the best.
Dear aspirant, first of all I would like to appreciate you to think about IAS as a career. I would also conratulate you for doing job. As per your question, I could understand that presently you are doing job and you are planning for IAS prepration and you want to ask wether you should do preparation for IAS with job or not. Now I want to suggest you that you can do preparation for IAS with Job. if you take examples of sucessful person in IAS exam, you will find that more than twenty percent persons, who are working professional. I want to suggest you that before doing prepration for any exam, you must know everything about that exam and future prospects.
Indian Administration Service , which is called IAS is very lucrative job, in which you can get Name, Fame, recognition and Status. Beside this, you will get opportunities to do social service truly and you can do lot of work for upliftment of Society. After becoming an IAS officer, you will serve nation as well as Society. As you know that you will get name, fame , reconition and good status, so this job can not be achieved easily.Union Public Service commission , New Delhi conduct exam for Civil Service every year, in which more than twenty services are there. IAS is one of them, which is always considered better service than others you know that Civil Service exam is not easy and it has several exams at three phases. On first phase, you have to face two exam as General Studies and Reasoning etc. After passing pre exam, on second phase , you have to face several exams like two exams of general Studies, two exams of optional papers, Essay writing, one Regional language and General English. After clearing main exam, on third phase, you have to face Interview. In Interview, you will be checked on many parameters like Decision making Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Communication Skills, Managerial Skills and presentation Skills. For clearing Civil Service exam, you must know everything about something and something about everything because As an IAS officer, you will be considered always as a Generelist, it means you can handle every task in any field. If you have realy craze and passion for IAS and you can study hard with job and you have required skills as mentioned, definately you should go ahead. Good luck!
Hello Dear Student, First of all I would like to introduce myself so that you are confident to rely on my guidance. My name is Couns. Rohit Gala and I am a career and psychological counseling from past 5 years and eight months. I have guided and trained over 3100 students all across India for options after tenth, twelth and graduation in Arts, Commerce and Science.
I have also taken over 112 seminars all across India for the same requirement. Coming to your query It is very much important that you are quite determined to do a Indian Administrative Service and most importantly to serve India. Mainly you need to be a graduate with either Arts, Science or Commerce with over 50% grade.Havng that you need to also have all the basic knowledge about the History, Geography, Science, Math, General Knowledge about the past of India and also the current affairs of India as a whole.You must be above the age of 21 to apply in this course.Having that you will have to apply for a one time yearly exam conducted by central board in the month of May named Union Public Service Commission.The syllabus of the entrance will be posted on the www.upse.gov.in Checking that you will understand your stand to apply that course. There are various training classes which help you to prepare best for this entrance. I would have loved to help you with the classes around you but unfortunately you have not mentioned your locality so for that you need to check personally.There are various past year papers also available on the same site mentioned above. There is a list of document mentioned on the same site you just need to check the minimum requirement and prepare your attachement and make an online application through www.upsconline.nic.in doin that you have to be updated with the mailthey send and the information they share through their site. Regarding your job it is not necessary that if you working you cant apply. But the most important point is that you should be determined to do the course as it is the most prestigious job any Indian can get.There are various leveles of posting that you can avail through this job like: Governor, Collector, Manager, PA to a minister, Chief director of a department, etc. All is possible you just need to be confident of what you want to do and you should be confident on the effort you have to give to achieve your target. Wish to see you on the good ranking of IAS. Do contact us back for any other suggestions.Hapy to help you,Bye and best of Luck. All the best.
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