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Mr Jayanta excels in his field of career counselling. He is a qualified management professional working with Indian Oil as a business partner for several year and alumnus from IIM Calcutta. He had worked and trained with different firms in education sector. He carries varied knowledge of different career field. He is Designated Partner & Co-Founder at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP based at Kolkata. He believes in serving community in terms of quality in career guidance.

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Hello Mamata, There are no such special requirements to be eligible for appearing for the IAS exam as you simply need to pass any academic degree from a recognized university but for getting selected in this highly sought after services, you are supposed to study hard persistently for a whole year or sometimes even a longer period. You can appear for the IAS exam even if you are pursuing the final year of your graduation.                                                  

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 20, 2016
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Hello Dishant, You are saying that you have been graduated in B-Pharm. Then you are eligible to appear for the IAS exam in the first place. You have to start your preparation as early as possible. Civil Services exam (CSE), i.e. IAS exam is conducted in three stages, namely, Prelims Test which is objective one, Mains exam with descriptive nature where you have to write long answers and finally the third stage is Personality Test. First upon you need to read the syllabus for this exam which invariably is inclined toward humanity subjects like History, Geography, Economy, Polity and Ethics which

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 20, 2016
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Dear aspirant, If you have completed your B.Sc. degree from a recognized university then you are eligible for appearing in the IAS - CSE which is held by the UPSC annually regularly. Anyone who has graduated from any recognized Indian university with simple passing is eligible for this highly prestigious exam.                                                                              You have asked i

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 20, 2016
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Hello Girjesh, It’s nice to hear from you that you are aspiring to become an IAS officer. You would be happy to know that it requires you to have any degree with any stream from a recognized university to become eligible to appear for the IAs exam. So you can opt for any subjects after your 12th class for your degree course. If you are aware of the IAS exam pattern then you might know that there are compulsory General Studies papers along with one optional subject. You can take your current graduation subject as an optional subject and that will be helpful for you to get more marks in th

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 20, 2016
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Hello Nikhil, Yes, indeed you become eligible for the IAS exam after completion of your graduation. As you mentioned there you have been from commerce background and eager to appear for the IAS exam then you just have to have a university degree from any stream, may it be your current commerce side or others like humanities, science, engineering or even medical sciences can be opted for. One requires simply an academic degree from any recognized university to become eligible for appearing for the IAS exam. Nikhil, you can do one thing here, you can take one of your current commerce subjects as

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 20, 2016
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Hello Husaini, I am happy to inform you that a physically handicapped candidate with up to 42 years of age can appear for Civil Services Examination (CSE) held by UPSC every year. So obviously the candidate with 33 years of his age have good number of attempts for appearing in exam and that candidate can surely become an IAS officer, provided concerted efforts will be made along with proper guidance and right strategy. Dear aspirant, you know many physically handicapped candidates have made it to the final list of IAS exam and are successfully working at top notch posts in Indian administratio

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 19, 2016
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Dear aspirant, IPS has really been a challenging one service and if you are determined firmly to be part of the Indian Police Service to serve our nation India proudly, you must know the prerequisites beforehand to become an IPS officers.                                                                             There is no separate exam for IPS but the one common exam for IAS/IPS/IFS has been held by the

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 19, 2016
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Hello Arpita, It seems you have high ambitions and that is what exactly required to crack this highly prestigious examination in our country provided you will put your best and maintain consistency in your study. The IAS exam is basically a competitive exam where lakhs of aspirants compete with each other at the Preliminary stage and around one thousand get selected finally. With such huge a competition, it becomes a must for an aspirant to have a right approach toward study, standard reference material and sound strategy.                

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 19, 2016
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Dear aspirant, as the IAS requires you to administer and execute policies, you are supposed to have some basic physical requirements like, sitting, standing, seeing, hearing/speaking, reading and writing, communication, manipulation by finger, pushing and pulling, lifting, kneeling and crouching and bending as it is given officially in its notification by UPSC itself.                                                 We mentioned above all the physical requirements needed for t

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 19, 2016
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Well, dear aspirant if you are going to appear in the civil services examination (CSE), you must be aware of the current exam pattern and knowhow therein. The last time when the pattern got changed was in 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 and in the Prelims there was a General studies paper and another was one of your optional.Now the pattern is altogether chan

Answered by: Jayanta Ghosh, Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP, on October 18, 2016