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Dear Alex,

There are very few peoples who knows what their aim is and I congratulate you are one of them, basically to be eligible for becoming an IFS officer the candidate must posses a graduate level degree from any Indian university or an equivalent qualification, the students who are in final year of a degree course can also appear in the Preliminary Examination taken every year by UPSC. So that you can start your preparation right away instead of looking for master’s degree course, please feel free write back if you have any doubts and queries.

Please go through the below link for more details
http://www.meracareerguide.com/Career-Civil-Services.aspx...
Hi,
Journalism is no more a limited sector for career now. So many news papers, news magazines etc. are already present in the market and after the cable tv revolution there are n numbers of news channels where you can make your career besides this channels like Discovery, national geographic are also there for adventures journalists. Internet is another new thing in the market, online journalism is next big thing.
For a better career in this field you must do course from a reputed college like Jamia Milia Islamia Delhi....
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Dear Priyanka,

Its fully depends on your career interest. As you said that you are doing Mass communication/journalism and its additional advantage to appear IFS. you can go for prepare IFS side by side but, remember the competition is very tough you should give maximum time to clear it.
Selection Procedure:
The officials of the IFS are selected by the Union Public Service Commission through a three-stage combined selection process called the Civil Services Examination, known for being extremely challenging, that recruits officers for 20 other Group A services and five Group B services.

The first stage, the Civil Services Prelims is composed of two objective exams: one of General studies and one of a subject of one's choice amongst a given list of subjects.This is purely an eliminatory stage and plays no part in the final rankings. Second stage Civil Services Mains.

The second stage is more exhaustive. It has nine papers of which two are only qualifying in nature.
One has to choose two optional subjects of one's choice as compared to one in the Preliminary stage. There are two papers of General Studies, Optional 1 and Optional 2 each of 300 marks and one Essay paper of 200 marks. The exam is for a total of 2000 marks. Around 1200-1400 aspirants clear Mains and sit for the third stage i.e the Civil Services Interview which is for 300 marks. Every candidate is asked to choose their preference of services before the interview. Most choose IAS as their first choice but a few opt for Indian Foreign Service.

The entire selection process lasts fifteen to twenty months. Repeated attempts are allowed (maximum of 4 times). About 300-400 are finally selected each year out of the nearly 400,000 appearing. But only a rank in the top 50 guarantees an IAS or IFS selection. This translates into an acceptance rate of 0.01%. It is due to this reason that IAS / IFS officers are highly respected in Indian society.


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YES U CAN GO FOR SECOND MATES EXAMINATION IF U HAVE PASSED 12 SCIENCE STREAM WITH MATHS AS A SUBJECT FOR MORE DETAILS LOG ON TO MMD WEBSITE THAT IS WWW.MMD.GOV.IN... ► Read more
Hi robin,

UPSC conducts civil services exam IPS{ Indian police services} you need to appear for the exam. Its in three steps: Prelims, Mains and Interview. A medical fitness test is conducted after you pass the written exam.
www.upsc.gov.in

There are various state exams also conducted. http://www.psc.gov.ng/

All the best...
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Pooja, you can opt for any course in I2th. It is your graduation that will matter for IFS.... ► Read more
Dear Priyanka,

As you know that Mass Communication/ journalism is a professional course, so, there is no option for the subject that you take on PG level in Mass Communication for the civil service examination. but, you have good subjects in your courses for the preparation of Civil Services Prelims. I already mentioned that IFS examination is very tough competition. So, you need to choose easy and interesting subject for its preparation.

Please do refer Given IFS Examination Subjects:

Part A - UPSC Preliminary Examination - Optional Subjects

General Studies
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
Indian History
Law
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology

Part B - UPSC Main Examination - Optional Subjects

General Studies
Agriculture
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
Botany
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Commerce
Economics
Electrical Engineering
Geography
Geology
Indian History
Law
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology
Anthropology
Arabic
Assamese
Bengali
Chinese
English
German
Gujarati
Hindi
Kannada
Kashmiri
Konkani
Malayalam
Manipuri
Marathi
Nepali
Oriya
Pali
Persian
Punjabi
Russian
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Tamil
Telugu
Urdu
Management


Best of luck!...
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Hi Raj,
Thanks for writing to us. You can post your resume in job searching websites. So that company HR will give call directly.

I am giving few websites here

http://www.jobships.com/jobships2008/jobshipsindia/homepage/
http://www.maritimejobs.com/-radio-officer.aspx
www.naukri.com

All the best...
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You can only become an IAS officer if you are graduate, so it does not matter about the subjects you are taking it matters that you are graduate, and specially you can take coaching for the preparation of the entrance examination.... ► Read more
The attestation is required either by Gazetted officer/Principal of the last institution attended. If confirmation page sent earlier without attestation , the same may be sent again after attestation. There is a provision to re-print confirmation page on AIEEE site.... ► Read more

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