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Hope you are doing great. You must be a graduate in order to sit for the UPSC civil services exam or the IAS exam; nothing else qualifies you. Therefore, it makes no difference if you choose PCB or PCM in your 12th grade or pursue arts, commerce, engineering, or medicine to graduate. Graduation is the only thing that is necessary.
Students studying biology are eligible to take the Union Public Service Commission's IAS (Indian Administrative Services) examination. However, you must have received a Graduate Degree (Bachelor Degree) from a reputable university in any discipline in order to appear in the IAS Examination.
If you are serious about UPSC, I'll advise you to pursue a bachelor of arts degree. Sociology or political science are both acceptable majors. One can pass any government exam, including the UPSC, SSC CGL, State Public Commission Exams, and RRB, with the aid of these subjects.
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- Read more about civil services.
- Take up graduation course that involves history and polity. These subjects are of immense importance to the UPSC syllabus.
- During your graduation, study these subjects well keeping in mind the UPSC syllabus.
- If you would acquire a level of mastery in these subjects, you can also opt one of them as your optional subject.
In order to become an IAS officer, you must apply for CSE exam conducted by the UPSC. You must also crack the exam (preliminary, mains and interview) in order to get selected for the training.
Technically, 12th passed students can't appear for this exam right after 12th. After completing 12th, they must complete graduation first. After completing graduation program successfully, they may take a shot and CSE amd become an IAS officer subsequently!
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