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As candidates make up mind to appear in Civil Services Examination, there are lots of queries in minds and almost all aspirants lay siege to various issues like Exam-Plan, Preparation-Plan, books and study-material to choose, picking optional subject, choice of coaching institutes and so many other issues that matters a lot in success.

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I'm studying Pharm D a 6 year course of Doctorate in Pharmacy ( now in 2nd year). I am an IAS Aspirant. Can i write UPSC CSE exams in my internship (6th Year) ? How should i prepare accordingly?...

Answered Hi, Eligibility Conditions mentioned in the notification clearly mentions: "Government as equivalent to professional and technical degree would also be eligible for admission to the examination. No

Hello sir my name is Faiz. I am an average student. I am basically from Uttar Pradesh. I come from middle class family; but my father want and I am also that I become an IAS officer. And I don't know ...

Answered Hi, As you desire to become IAS, you need to appear in Civil Services Examination conducted every year by UPSC. It is a 2-stage exam-plan Preliminary Examination Main Examination (Written + Inte

Dear sir, My name is Ankita Pandey, I have completed my 12th from UP board (Arts Stream). I want to become an IAS officer. Just the economic barriers are constraining me from doing this. I am planni...

Answered Hi, Preparation for Civil Services Examination doesn't necessitate coaching; every year lots of candidates do it with self-help and achieve success. So, first remove this barrier from your mind. Fo

Sir, I am in my 1st year of engineering and my ultimate goal is UPSC. Should I change my stream and take arts so that I get more and more time for the preparation of UPSC or continue with B.tech witho...

Answered As we noticed you are really serious about your plans and have started taking small steps towards your dream destination. There is no need to change the stream as you must have witnessed lots of Engi

What should be the optional for aspirants from a B.A.LLB background, should they opt for law being the subject they qualified in or should they go for the subject they have more interest in ?...

Answered If you go by the trend, Law as optional subject is performing very well and lots of candidates are able to achieve success with the contribution that comes from optional subject Law. In recent years,

Sir I have completed my class 12th with 78% marks in science stream and now I am doing mechanical engineering from a private engineering college . My dream is to clear the UPSC examination . So what s...

Answered Well, you become eligible to appear in Civil Services Examination only after completion of graduation. Yes, you can plan your foray into Civil Services by the time you complete your fourth year so th

Sir I have just completed my class 12th from CBSE board with 78% ( PCM) . I am currently doing mechanical engineering from a private college . What should be my study plan from today so that I can cle...

Answered For cracking Civil Services Examination in the very first attempt, you need to understand the complete exam-plan and related requirements at each stage of the examination and only a focused hard-work

Hi sir, I already took coaching before 2 years and my optional is public administration. Some of my friends are guide me to change the optional due to less scoring in public administration. Do you sug...

Answered It is all about your preparedness and how strongly you meet the specific requirements that each optional subject needs. No doubt, Public Administration as an optional subject has not been in flavour

I am a petroleum engineer. Kindly advise which subject to choose for Mains Paper....

Answered UPSC has given a wide choice for optional subject to choose from; still, for candidates like you it becomes essential to look beyond your own subject. As such, it has been observed many engineering ba

Can someone guide how-to-choose-an-optional-subject-for-upsc-mains?...

Answered Optional Subject for Main Examination is an important decision that requires little deliberation. Your choice has a bearing on your final result so, be careful in Optional Subject selection and zero-

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