syllabus for civils IPS 2012-2013

what is preliminary &mains syllabus and how can i plan to study thisexam

0 697 Views | Posted 2011-09-25 15:41:59

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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-12-02 17:12:42
    Hi Visu, as per your query I would say, the UPSC conducts civil service exam every year in the month of May and June and its main exam in the month of December. The notification for this exam comes out in the month of January end. The three-step process is: -Preliminary Exam (Prelims), -Main Exam (Mains), -Interview. IPS preparation requires the right approach along with the right study materials and strategy. Routinize or schedule your day effectively. The preparation requires focused study rather than plain hard work. There are plenty of subjects for which you can start preparing now. You may even buy guide-books to practice and prepare. Al... view more
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    muthu.vm

    2011-11-10 19:50:15
    Hai when will start upsc examination
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-10 19:39:42
    Hi Visu,IPS (Civil Service Examinations) is a tough Examination and highly competitive, so you need to start working on the preparation of IAS at an early stage. There are two stages of Examination in civil services which you need to clear to get into civil services: Preliminary & Main. For preparation you can either join coaching or do self study, the only thing you need to do is hard work as there is no short cut to hard work. You need to keep yourself updated on current affairs (read News papers, watch news channels) & work on your language skills (read novels). You should also work on your own core subjects as you need to opt for an optio... view more

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