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    Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?

    Hello Sir/Madam
    Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?





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    luckyman
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    Re: Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?

    Eligibility Criteria for IAS:-

    -->You should be a Graduate

    -->Age limit is 21 to 30years.

    prepare well

    for further details www.upsc.gov.in

    All the ebst




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    Prince09
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    Re: Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?



    There are some selection procedure such as:

    Combined Defense Services (CDS) Exam is generally conducted twice a year by the Union Public Service Commission(UPSC) to recruit the Indian Military Academy(IMA), Officers Training Academy(OTA), Naval Academy and Air Force Academy(AFA)

    According to the Eligibility Criteria:

    Flying branch as pilot will be selected through Short Service Commission for men & women


    Age:

    i) 19 to 23 years
    ii) 19 to 25 years for CPL Holders which is issued by DGCA ,India.

    Upper age limit is relaxed up to 25 years.

    Marital Status:

    You have to be Single.

    Nationality:

    You have to be Indian

    Gender:

    Men and women can apply for the examination.

    Educational Qualifications


    1:You have to be Graduate of 3 years course in any discipline from a recognized university with minimum 60% marks in aggregate in all papers put together and have Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level.

    or

    You should have a degree of BE / B Tech of 4 years course from a recognized university with minimum 60% marks in aggregate in all papers put together.

    2. Final year students can also apply,having no backlog and minimum 60 % aggregate marks in the previous year's semesters.

    Generally,the notice is published in the month of March and September every year.

    keep visiting the official site: http://careerairforce.nic.in

    Good Luck . . .

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    kiran1112
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    Re: Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?

    heylo,












    Physical qualification for IPS:



    Height: The male candidate should be 165cm and female candidate should be 150cm for general category candidates. In the case of candidates coming under SC/ST/OBC the height required is 160cm for male and 145cm for female.



    Chest: Minimum requirement in the case of male candidates is 84cm and they should be able to expand the chest for 5cm. In the case of female candidates the minimum requirement is 79cm and they should be able to expand the chest for 5cm.




    Eye sight: 6/12 or 6/9 distant vision for worse eye and 6/6 or 6/9 distant vision for good eye. Near vision for worse eye is J2 and for good eye is J1.



    The physical standards are essential for IPS, which includes weekly run for 10kms in 60 minutes, rope climbing, horse riding, PT obstacles, etc…




    Educational qualification:



    >>The candidate must be a degree holder of any discipline from a recognized university.



    >> The candidates who are in the final year of their degree course can also apply for the examination.



    >> Candidate who have completed their M.B.B.S., but not have completed the required internship during the time of submission of the application to the main examination will be provisionally admitted for the main examination.





    Age requirement:



    >> During the year of applying for the examination the candidate must have attained 21 years of age on 1st of August.



    >> So, minimum age limit is 21 years and the maximum age limit is 30 in the case of candidates coming under general category and 33 for OBC candidates and 35 for candidates coming under SC/ST category. In the case of ex-servicemen an age relaxation of 5 more years is given.











    wish you all the luck

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    lakshmi M
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    Re: Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?

    HI

    IAS(Indian Administrative service)..Union Public Service Commission will hold the IAS exam every year..
    The examination will be conducted into 2 phases namely

    • Main examination
    • preliminary examination

    Eligibility for IAS:

    You have to complete your Graduation from any recognized university..
    Your age should in between 21-30 years.The upper age limit will be applicable for ST/SC/OBC candidates..
    You must be citizen from India..

    Number of attempts:

    4 for General
    7 for OBC
    No limit for ST/Sc candidates...


    If you have any interest on IAS then you have to fulfill that criteria must....
    For further details visit the official website of UPSC...
    http://www.upsc.gov.in




    Good lk.....

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    pabolu manikanta
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    Hello Friend

    There is an Eligibility Criteria for Physically Handicapped like Blind, Deaf - Mute, Orthopedically Handicapped Persons.

    Dude i recommend that YES you are eligible for applying the UPSC Civil's exam, IAS exam is an All India Exam conducted by UPSC ( Union Public Service Commission ) and there is a heavy competition held so you mujst be prepare very hard in order to crack the examination.

    Eligibility :

    Education :

    you must have completed your Degree from any recognized college.

    Age :

    you must have minimum 21 years and maximum 30 years of age, as you are coming under P.H category you are having age relaxation upto 10 years.

    Other relaxations like

    SC / ST - 5 years
    OBC - 3 years
    Ex- Service men - 5 years

    Nationality :

    your Origin must be Indian, Nepali, Bhutan, or Tibetan refugee

    IAS ( Indian Administrative Service ) is one of the all India Service that control the governing bodies that run the State and Central Government and it is under the control of Ministry of Home affairs.

    Every year nearly 4 lakh aspirants attempt the test for nearly 900 posts so there wilol be a heavy competition.

    Number of Attempts
    :

    General : 4 attempts
    SC / ST : No restriction
    OBC : 7 attempts

    UPSC IAS exam is mainly conducted in 3 rounds

    1. Prelims
    2. Main
    3. Interview

    So dude see and apply for the examination for any further information leave your message here or you can also go through

    www.upsc.gov.in


    REGARDS.

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    haider.khan24
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    Re: Am I eligible for IAS Exam if I don't have upper limbs?

    Dear friend.



    Indian Administrative Services is a part of the national level club of exam called Indian civil services exam. The exam is nationally renowned and the most competetive exam of India and consist of the following heads:
    *IAS
    *IPS
    *IFS
    *IFtS
    *IRCES
    *ITS


    To be eligible for the exam you have to be:
    *an Indian national
    *a Graduate in any discipline. There is no minimum percentage criteria and that is why the IAS is the most competitive exam of India.
    *a 21 to 30 years of candidate. There is 3 to 5 years age relaxation for the SC/ST/Minorities and the OBC candidates.
    *you can apply for the exam just 4 times after your graduation if from the general category. There is 7 attempts relaxation for the OBC candidates and unlimited no. of attempts for the SC/ST category.
    * Even the physically handicapped, orthopaedically handicapped, deaf and blind can also apply for the exam with a verified writer for the exam, They all have to mention separately in the application form about their status.

    The exam consist of the following sections:
    *Prelim exam
    *Main exam
    *Interview


    so you being a orthopaedically handicapped can too apply for the exam if other criterias are fulfilled.

    Good luck
    ::Haider khan::

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