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How to become an IAS Officer is a question to many? Especially for the students studying in 10th and 12th standard. Are you an aspiring candidate who wants to join Indian administrative services?
Have you decided on a career goal for yourself and ready to do anything to achieve your goal? Then, yes you are at the right place. Here, I am going to tell you how to become an IAS officer after 12th in simple steps. Keep reading the article till the end to know more about it.
And Are you planning to become a District Magistrate after becoming an IAS Officer? Then, 2 to
3 promotions of an IAS Officer make you a DM. To know more details of the same read How to Become DM.
Many of us hear about the IAS officer. But very few of us know the full form of IAS officer. So let us first understand what the full form of IAS. IAS stands for Indian Administrative Service. It is one of the most prestigious government jobs in India.
To become an IAS officer the candidate needs to crack the Civil Service Examination (CSE) conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). After passing the UPSC-CSE exam only an aspiring candidate can become an IAS officer.
UPSC is nothing but stands for union public service commission which conducts the CSE
exam. It is one of the toughest competitive exams in India.
UPSC CSE exam takes place in three stages namely:-
1. Preliminary exam
2. Mains exam
3. Interview process
This exam consists of multiple-choice questions. And also has a negative marking of 0.33
marks as a penalty. The duration of the paper is of 2 hours with a total mark of 400.
Current affairs, Indian history, and politics.
Civil service aptitude test (CSAT).
After qualifying for the preliminary exam the candidate is eligible for the Mains exam. Mains exam is a descriptive type of exam. It includes a total of nine papers and total marks of 1750.
Syllabus for the Mains Exam
After passing the objective and the subjective exam a candidate is eligible for the last interview process. Only a few candidates reached this final round. After qualifying and cracking the interview the candidate becomes an IAS officer.
During the interview, subjective personal skills, as well as the mental ability of the candidate, are checked. After the selection of the candidate, he is given the training and posted accordingly.
To conclude, this was all about how to become an IAS officer. With guidance, you also need a
lot of effort and hard work to become an IAS officer. If any more queries related to IAS
Officer and UPSC exam you can get connected to me. I will get back to you with the solution.
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