is percentage of our +2 exam and degree is important to be ilegible in IAS exam? means is it required minimum 60% or not ?

0 31 Views | Posted 2011-10-16 20:38:22

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    aditya chaudhary | Contributor-Level 6

    2011-10-16 20:54:14
    Simran In IAS Exam Graduation is minimum Requirement . Not so much as that u get 60 % n above then you eligible for Entrance exam . Just Do hard work
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-02 13:17:51
    Hi Simarpreet,
    To be eligible to write the IAS exam there are two basic and most important parameters and these are :
    1. You should be a graduate degree holder from a well recognized university.
    2. Your age limit should not exceed the maximum limit of 30 years.
    If you qualify these eligibility levels, you can definitely write the exams.
    For more you may refer to the following link:
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    tinyurl.com/2f5rdrn
    Please do revert for any further query. if your query has been resolved, please close the query by rating it as the 'Best Answer'.
    All the best!

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