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Hi

The eligibility criteria for joining the Indian police Services is that an aspirant should be a minimum graduate from a recognized university or a college in India. He/She should be 21years to 30 yrs of age at the time of appearing in the UPSC held Civil Services Examination.

Height – Male 165 cm Pahari Male (general also) & ST (not the SC/ OBC) – 160 cm

Eye sight – 6/6 or 6/9 distant vision for good eye. 6/12 or 6/9 for worst eye. Near vision J 1 for good eye. J2 for worst eye. The correction is by lenses.

If all the above fits you,you are eligible for IPS exam.

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Hi Gaurav,

IAS Syllabus and other services like the IPS and Income Tax is the same, as it is a single exam conducted by UPSC and the syllabus is also set by the UPSC. The Civil Services Examination consists of two successive stages: (I) Civil Services Preliminary Examination; and (ii) Civil Services Main Exam(Written & Interview) for selection of candidates.

From Civil Service Examination 2011, Preliminary Examination would consist of two papers- Paper I and Paper II. The syllabus and pattern of the Preliminary Examination would be as under :

Paper 1: 200 marks- Duration : 2 hrs.

==>Current events of national and international importance
==>History of India and Indian national movement
==>Indian and World Geography- physical, social, economic geography of India and the world
==>Indian Polity and governance – constitution, political system, panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
==>Economic and social development – sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
==>General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change-that don't require subject specialization
==>General science.

Paper II 200 marks– Duration : 2 hrs

==>Comprehension
==>Interpersonal skills including communication skills
==>Logical reasoning and analytical ability
==>Decision making and problem solving
==>General mental ability
==>Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc. (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. –Class X level)
==>English language comprehension skills (Class X level)

All the best.


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Hi Singh,

You have a very good experience and you need not worry to apply for govt/pvt sector. So be confident and make sure you have no pessimism a\while attending the interviews. You can also write competitive exams you will easily be selected. To talk about AMIE is also a good option of further studies.

Choose the one which your soul directs you.

All the best.
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Hi Mukesh,

Sorry for late reply.

Name of Agra University has been changed to B R Ambedkar University. Eligibility criteria is same which was applicale, it hasn't been removed.


Cheers !!!
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Hi Yogesh
If IT gets included in IES in near future and you have decided to go for it then its always a good option. So start preparing for it now as competition might be tough.

All the best
Anshul...
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You can think of being a language Specialist

You can work in reputable firms .

Read here bout language specialty


Meanwhile we working out to give you more information on how can you enter in embassy !

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Vinayak as you are engineering graduate you can search job in PSUS, PO or specialist officer in banks . Please be updated about govt. vacancies through newspapers especially employment news . Apart from that i am also giving you information about UPSC .
The minimum educational qualification is graduation from any stream The exam has three stages- prelims, mains(those who are selected in the preliminary examination only are eligible to appear in mains). and those who get selected in mains they have to appear in interview .

Preliminary exam consists of two papers Which is common for all candidates from 2011 i.e., No optional paper is there in CSP form 2011.This is the first stage of Civil Services Examination. This is an Objective type examination consisting of Two Papers that is common to all candidates from 2011 . It comprises of comprise of two compulsory Papers of 200 marks each and of two hours duration each.

Civil Services Main examination has two optional subjects (two papers each carries 300 marks), one General Studies (two papers each carries 300 marks), one essay (carries 200 marks) - total 2000 marks. Other than this, there are two language papers one in Indian language and one in General English at the level of 10th standard. This is to test the ability of the candidate's proficiency in his mother tongue / Indian language and English. Total nine papers. These two papers carry 300 marks each but it will not be considered for the ranking. It is must to clear these two papers. If a candidate fails to clear these papers, his other papers will not be evaluated.

Optional subjects: Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Accountancy, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Geography, Geology, History, Law, Management, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science and International Relations, Psychology, Public Administra
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Hi Steven,

You can definitely pursue a B.Ed for the University of your own choice, but make sure that university is recognized. Remember one thing that you will have to clear an entrance exam for the same as well.

Best Wishes!
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