,i want to do IAS so what steps should i take to reach on my goal.i am trying so much but i m nt gettitng the perfect guidence.so

i am in 11th class maths...but still i wanna prepare my self to be the rank holder in IAS examxx..so tell me.

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    Govind Sharma HR, startup entrepreneurs, career blogger | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-08 14:51:11
    Hi,
    First of all you should understand the syllabus and step of the exam. to become an IAS officer, you have to apply Civil Services Prelims exam. For this you must be a graduate and percentage is no bar at all.
    The next step is to analyse the process and syllabus.
    The Civil Services has 3 part i) Prelims 2) Main and 3) interview
    For prelims, around 3 lakhs people apply every year and the rule is that 13 times of total available seats are sent to next round.
    This means if there is 500 position for IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS and other grade A and B services then only 6500 student can make to next round. so you must have last to last 5000th rank (dep
    ...more

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