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IAS is a highest position in Civil services, after graduation in any discipline one has to appear for civil services examination conducted by the UPSC.
u can see more details about this www.upsc.gov.in...
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I am glad to know that you want to join civil services.To become an IAS you can take the stream of your choice.In my opinion non medical is a good option for you.It provides you a lot of good opportunities .There is no specific area requirement as the qualification required is graduate .Till you finish graduation make sure to read the newspaper regularly to keep your self updated on the current affairs.

All the best!!!!!
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2) hamdard study circle
3) jamia hamdard coaching centre
these are the central gov sponsored coaching centres, exept one on serial number 2,
the best results this year from the above one and two centres, where 7 students and 9 students got selected.
best of luck....
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Nancy it is more to do with your ability. As you know the minimum qualification is graduation so you can prepare along with your graduation or after few year of graduation or after PG or while you are working. Find out when you will be able to give time for preparation and then prepare for it.... ► Read more
First,I give to you peace of information about I.A.S and MBA .

I.A S is an Indian Administrative Service.If you want to become a I.A.S Officer,You have to take a All India Civil Service Exam.

MBA is Master of Business Administration.It is an 2 Years or 3 years course.Course duration depend on Institution.

If you want to do you great Civil Services,You should become a I.A.S Officer.We know that if we want to become a I.A.S Officer,You should take a Civil Service Exam.

This Exam is conducted by Union Public Service Commission Once in a year.

If you have interest in Social Services/Civil Services,You should become a I.A.S Officer.


M.B.A is Master of Business Administration,MBA Degree is more value when,You had from A+ Grade Institutions.

In India,We have a several Entrance Exam for to admit in MBA Course.

Those are as follows

XAT etc..

Best of Luck
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Coaching for IAS, Address : 117, First Floor, Shriram Plaza, Opp. Eves Petrol Pump, Hapur Road, Meerut
phone : 9927421378, 0121-4033973...
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Hi Deepa,

You can read about eligibility, prepartaion and further detail of being an IAS here.

http://www.meracareerguide.com/CareerOptions.aspx#104!Civil Services

After graduation you can write Civil Services. Its a very tough exam so gear to prepare.

All the best....
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Dear Manjeet,

The essential ingredient of succeeding on an exam is the knowledge of the contents and structure of the exam and the process. The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) of India conducts the IAS exam. The three-step process is: Preliminary Exam (Prelims), Main Exam (Mains), and Interview.

The Prelims are composed of two tests of two hours each. The General Studies (GS) test contains 150 objective, multiple-choice questions. It primarily covers six topics: the constitution of India, history, geography, economics, science, and current affairs. The second test is on a subject chosen, from among the 23 subjects, by the candidate. This objective, multiple-choice test contains 120 questions.

The Prelims are used as a screening mechanism for reaching the next phase of the Mains. Your first target is prelims.

As you can see, the process consists of mandatory and optional subject matter. For optional subjects, you should choose those subjects in which you have the most knowledge and greatest interest. Obviously, you need to master the constitution, history, geography, economic, science, and current affairs. Another critical dimension is the thought process, analytical skills, ability to articulate thoughts coherently and strong writing skills, both in English and in the language of your choice. Given a particular emphasis on the general knowledge, you must become an avid reader of newspapers and magazine that deal with Indian and international affairs, political, economic and business issues, and other current events.

You should buy guide-books on the IAS exams to practice and prepare. Approximately one year before taking the test, you can consider taking coaching classes.

But, you can only give IAS exam after graduation.

Your strategy for success must include: early, continuous, and serious preparation, starting right now.

Best of luck!!
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You must have a bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years from a reputed Institute with at least 55 % aggregate marks in Graduation as well as adequate competency in Mathematics at Graduation or at +2 level.
Your marks in maths is low at +2 level .What is your marks in graduation level ?. As far as my knowledge you can sit. But confirm with university people before purchasing the form.

Important dates:

Issue of application forms from : February 1, 2010

Last date for issue of application forms

(i) By Post : March 05, 2010
(ii) At Cash Counter : March 15, 2010

last date for receipt of completed application forms : March 15, 2010
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