I want to be a collector . currently i am studying in third year computer science and engg. i need a guidance for this.Please help me

please help me... which exam i have to face and what type of preparation i have to do..?

0 66 Views | Posted 2011-09-26 19:51:34
Asked by smita patil

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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-26 19:55:51
    Dear smita,for becoming a collecter u need to clear a UPSC exam,IAS exam is divided into three parts :- Pre Exam ,after that Main Exam ,and then Interview.Pre exam:- there are two exams in pre exam first one is GS( general studies) and second one of the subject you select.Main exam :- There are 4 exams in main exam .English(compulsory),Any language like hindi,begali,telugu etc. and the two subjects of your interest.Interview :- After clearing main exam an interview take place,and when you clear all these exams you'll be an IAS officer.for more details pls follow,UPSChttp://www.upsc.gov.in/Hope this will be of help. Feel free to put up more qu... view more
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-28 16:35:18
    Hi Samita,
    As rightly mentioned by Arun and Nuk, to become a collector you need to appear for Civil Service Examination conducted by UPSC. For further information on the pattern and other details please check the link below:
    https://www.shiksha.com/search/index?keyword=Civil+Services&location=&searchType=blog&cat_id=&countOffsetSearch=&startOffSetSearch=0&subLocation=-1&cityId=-1&cType=-1&courseLevel=-1&subType=0&showCluster=-1&channelId=
    Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up more queries. In case your query is resolved please close this question by choosing it as a "best answer" or pressing the "thumbs up" icon.
    Thanks,
    Pooja
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

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    nasr

    2011-09-27 09:34:39
    For becoming collector (otherwise called a District Magistrate), you will need to give Civil Services (IAS) exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission. For more information, see the following link: http://www.upsc.gov.in/

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