I am ravisai completed diploma and became a Ias officer . Further any chances are there to become a Ias officer after what I have do please
I am assuming that you have completed your diploma and wish to become an IAS officer. The process of becoming an IAS officer seems simple in language but it is one of the toughest things that you'd come across in life.
First things first, for becoming an IAS officer one has to write the UPSC examinations that occur in three stages: Preliminary, Mains and Personal Interview.
The Preliminary exams are just for the sake of qualifying to Mains. Your preliminary exam's score won't be considered in the final score. The final score consists of Mains and Personal Interview. Preliminary is an MCQ based exam whereas Mains exam is a full-fledged written exam with an optional subject.
One needs to have a graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized University to be eligible to write the UPSC examinations.
It is advisable to start your preparation from the very first year of graduation. Start with the basic NCERT books of Class VI-XII of History, Geography, Economics, and Science.
Slowly, build momentum and start with Indian Polity book by Lakshmikant. For a proper and full booklist head to Mrunal's blog or Unacademy's website (Roman Saini's lessons).
Develop a habit of reading The Hindu daily to be updated with current affairs. Read the Yojana Magazine regularly.
For more information on UPSC exams kindly refer to the following link:
Wishing you luck!
helo aspirant, please clear that either you have completed diploma or become an ias officer. if you are in the urge of preparing for ias exam. than i have provided the link below that how can you prepare for ias exm.
this is book written by Mrs. illa tripathi. she has described it very well that how to prepare for ias exm. you can go through it. this book is available on kindle for free.
Dear Aspirant, from your question it looked like you've completed your diploma and have become an IAS officer.
The following sentence after that are contrary.
Please come again with a clearer question so we could help you in the best possible way.
All the Best.