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sir, my aim is ias officer so, what I do after 10th pass? please send me all detail of ias officer..
The minimum educational qualification to become a IAS officer is to get a undergraduate degree. As you have completed 10th now at first you need to complete intermediate from a recognised board and then get a undergraduate degree. Your subjects in graduation do not matter but it is suggested to do bachelor in arts as you will be in contact and par with the major portion of UPSC syllabus. After that you need to appear for UPSC examination:
UPSC conducts the Civil Services Examination (CSE) to shortlist the candidates for more than 20 services, such as IAS, IPS and IFS. On average, more than eight lakh candidates register for the IAS exam and around five lakh candidates appear for the examination. The selection of the candidates will be made through the preliminary exam, main examination and an interview/personality test. This year-long selection process will begin in the month of June and concludes in April. If you clear all these obstacles with good grades, you will be shortlisted for the same and would be send to LBSNNA for training.
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What is the difference between IAS and IES (pls let me know in detail)? How to prepare for these exams?
Both the exams are conducted by upsc.IAS stands for Indian Administrative Forces and IES stands for Indian Engineering Services.IAS officers are employed in the administrative sector of government but IES officials deals with the technical works of government.The basic eligibility to apply for IES is to have a graduation in engineering. BTech graduates who are in their last year of BTech can also apply for these posts. For specific posts, postgraduates from the Science stream like Wireless Communication, Electronics, Radio Physics, Radio Engineering can apply.For IAS the candidates who have passed with a degree in any discipline can apply.The process for IES consists of two stages – A written examination and a personal interview. The examination consists of two sections – an objective type section that covers general topics and a subjective type section where students have to answer essay type questions based on the particular field of engineering.To become an IAS officer,one has to clear the Civil Service Examination conducted by UPSC. The examination consists of three stages – A Preliminary exam followed by the Mains exam which is followed by a Personal Interview. Both exams being the most competitive as well as hard one, you have to do your maximum and work consistently. Go through exam pattern, understand the syllabus, solve mock tests, previous year question papers etc.
Wishing you all the very best for your journey ahead.
I am having maths as additional subject in 11th class and biology as main subject .So,can I apply for NDA exam
The eligibility criteria of NDA exam for Indian army is 12th pass in 10+2 pattern and Indian navy and air force is 12th pass in 10+2 pattern with physics, chemistry and maths. So if you have PCM in your 12th you are eligible. Candidates appearing in 11th exam are not eligible.
You can check the below link for more details.
https://www.upsc.gov.in › filesPDF
Notif-NDA-NA-II-2021-Engl-09062021_0.pdf - UPSC
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Are application form out for ctet paper 1 2021 which has to be held in december or january ?
The dates for the release of the application form for CTET is not yet declared. The officials have not yet released any dates. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest information. The Central Board of Secondary Education will release the CTET July 2021 application form soon. The application form will be released in the online mode. You will have to visit the official website and fill the application form. Candidates will have to click the CTET registration link given on the CTET official website - www.ctet.nic.in 2021 application form.
Can 12 pass apply for ctet 1 paper ?
To be eligible for CTET a candidate must have passed class 12th with at least 50% marks and must have passed or must be appearing in the final year of a 2-year diploma in Elementary Education. So yes you are eligible for CTET 2021. The Central Board of Secondary Education prescribes the CTET 2021 eligibility criteria in online mode. As long as you have 50% aggerate you are eligible for CTET. The CTET exam is conducted every year twice in offline mode for aspiring teachers.
my d. o. b is 19.4 2003 is I am not eligible for nda 1 2022
According to the current norms set up by UPSC, the body which conducts the NDA examination a candidate needs to age between 16.5 to 19.5 by 1st July of that year to be eligible for NDA 1 examination following that you will not be eligible to appear for NDA 1 2022.
NDA 1 & 2 2022 age limit
NDA Age limit
Date of Birth Criteria
NDA (1) 2022
16.5 years to 19.5 years
July 2, 2004, to July 1, 2007
NDA (2) 2022
January 2, 2005, to January 1, 2008
To know more about the eligibility criterias for NDA 2022, visit https://competition.careers360.com/articles/nda-eligibility-criteria
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Respected sir/madam, my dob is 05/01/2003 i have completed my puc with background of EBACs , i have oind to BCA course, so at what age can i appear for CDS OTA exam or any other exams for girls to oin defence? please clarify me !
Which is the best indian economy book for CSE?
For beginners who are completely new to the domain of economics, go through NCERTs book for gaining the understanding of the fundamentals, the content is written is easy to understand language, and there are many good creators in YouTube as well who have uploaded these lessons as well, so if you're someone who feel more comfortable in understanding concepts through audio-video medium, you can refer this, other than that personally I have found Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh to be a great book as all the topics are covered in elaborative manner, and the language too is easy to comprehend, you can also refer Indian Economy by Sanjiv Verma which is equally a good option, other than this supplement your preparation with budget and economic survey, you can go through yojana magazine, and the economic edition of pratiyogita darpan too is quite good, if you have time you can go through that, even the regular book which comes out every month is pretty good for preparation of any compeitiive exam.
hiiii........my date of birth is 1992,june 11... am i eligible for upcoming ibps po,so notifcations
Firstly, let me tell you that the upper age limit for applying for IBPS post is 28 years. Secondly, In this year you might had been of 29 years, which makes you ineligible for the same. But there are some relaxation for few of the categories, like :
- OBC-NCL: 3 years Relaxation
- SC/ST: 5 years Relaxation
- PWD:10 years Relaxation
- Widows, Divorced women, women legally separated who have not remarried :9 years Relaxation
- Domicile of J&K from January 1, 1980- December 31, 1989: 5 years Relaxation
- Persons affected from 1984 riots: 5 years Relaxation
If you belongs from either of these, then you can apply for relaxation.
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What should i take between DTU IT and NSUT ITNS( Information Technology and Network Security) from view point of placement competition and fee concession???
Out of the two options that you chose, first let us focus on Delhi Technologocal University where IT curriculum is nicely taught, the companies offer jobs with salary packages 9-12 LPA. This college has experienced faculties, great infrastructure. Next comes NSUT is also a very good college and placements records are same as DTU. But the college life is somewhat strict yet amazing. But the stream core IT is better than ITNS in terms of placements.