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    Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Hello
    I want to ias after b.tec. Which branch should i take





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    parveen22
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Dear friend,
    As you want to become a IAS officer after B.Tec,then it would be helpful to you to opt your branch out of following:
    1.Mechanical Engg.
    2.Electrical Engg.
    3.Civil engg.
    after engg you can opt one of these as your main sub. for your IAS exam,it would be very helpful to you.
    best of luck




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    indyarocks
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello
    I want to ias after b.tec. Which branch should i take
    hii, there is nothing like which branch matters as the INDIAN ADMINISTRATION SERVICE totally deals, with Indian Administration, you can any of the good branches like the Electronics and communication,computer science,information science,mechanical, civil.I would suggest you to study the indian administration maganies know all about it from various books available in the current affiars , try to deepen good knowlegde about our administration, surely it will help to amake an good preparation in the future upcoming exams.IAS needs a minimum of 2 years hard preparation to crack the exam,there are many good institutes available in the hyderabad which are the top institutes to crack this exam, for mre details you can visit tohttp://www.upsc.gov.in.

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    Surender Gora
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Your field of engineering doesnt make any difference in UPSC exams, but with the advent of E-Governance , candidates having good knowledge of computer & internet would be more suitable for E-governance administration. So if you are doing engg in computer , IT or electronics , these would be somewhat more useful than any other branches.

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    fateh
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    You can take any of the following branch in B.Tech if you want to appear in IAS
    Civil Engineering
    Computer Science Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering
    Electronic Engineering



    You must atleast 60% marks in B.tech for appearing in IAS
    and should not have any backlog pending in B.Tech

    Best of luck for IAS

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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Hello friend,

    As you want to become IAS after your B.tech,then the branches suitable for IAS are:

    -Civil Engineering.
    -Computer Engineering.
    -Mechanical Engineering.
    -Electrical Engineering.
    -Information Science.


    For appearing for the IAS you must have to score minimum 60% in your Engineering degree without any backlogs,moreover you must also have completed your Graduation in Engineering from a recognized Institute or University.

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    shermin
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    The eligibility for IAS is as follows:
    -Bachelor's degree from a recognized university.
    -Age limit: 21-30yrs.

    So,you can choose any branch of your choice.
    For details,you can visit the UPSC website.
    www.upsc.gov.in

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    Lifechanger
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Hello friend, you choose any branch in engineering with your interest because the eligibility for ias is graduation in any stream and age limit is 21 to 30years. Then apply union public service commission(upsc) exams. It conducts exams for many government posts like ias, ips, ies, ifs.... In every year. The selection process has three steps are preliminary, mains exams and interview. generally 4 attempts are allowed. For sc/st candidates, up to 35years and no limit to attempts. For bc candidates, up to 33years and 7attempts. Prepare well. All the best

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    neetu garg
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    you can do it :
    mechanical engineering
    civil engineering
    electronic and communication....

    eligibility for ias:
    (ii) Educational Qualifications :


    Bachelor’s degree of a recognised university with at least one of the subjects namely Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physcs, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Enginerring or an equivalent qualification

    (i) Age limits :
    21-30 years

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    Rahul k
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    IAS Stands for Indian Administrative Service and this examination was conducted by UPSC (Union Public service Comission) Every year. To become IAS Officer you need to Apply for the UPSC Civil services examination, The examination was held in 2 stages - Preliminary and Mains.

    >> Preliminary examination are also called CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) and this examination was Objective and there are 2 Papers in this examination and Both are of Same Marks and Duration.

    >> After clear the Preliminary examination candidates are eligible to sit in Main examination.

    And To apply for UPSC Civil Services Examination you need to complete your Graduation degree course in any Discipline form a recognised University and Your age Should between 21 to 30 years, Upper age relaxation is applicable for SC/ST/OBC Candidates.

    Final Year Graduate candidates are also eligible for Civil services examination.

    >> So, You can do Graduation in any discipline according to your Interest because any graduate candidates are eligible to apply for this examination.

    General candidates in this examination gets only 4 Attempts to cracked this examination. OBC Candidates will gets 7 Attempts and No limits is applicable for SC/ST Candidates.

    >> The Notification of This examination was Published in the Employment newspaper or in the UPSC Official website in the month of February every year. This year Preliminary examination was already completed and If you are Interested then please apply for this examination next year i.e 2012.

    The Dates and Schedule for Next year examination was already availiable in the Official website.

    So, Please wait for the Notification and If you are Interested then please apply for this examination Online by visit the Official website, Candidates may also apply for this examination Offline But you have to Obtained the application form directly form the post Offices in India.

    >> And If you want to get More Information Then please visit the UPSC website for complete Information -




    http://upsc.gov.in

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    shubhambiswas
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    As you want to become a IAS officer after B.Tec,then it would be helpful to you to opt your branch out of following:
    1.Mechanical Engg.
    2.Electrical Engg.
    3.Civil engg.
    after engg you can opt one of these as your main sub. for your IAS exam,it would be very helpful to you.

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    Sandeep98
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Hello friend,
    You can choose any subjects or course in b.tech graduation for your study...there is no any restriction to choose subjects or course in your graduation...
    to become an IAS officer, first you have to give IAS entrance exam which is conducted by UPSC...

    TO be eligible for IAS entrance exam,the eligibility criteria should be fulfilled by the candidates...
    the eligibility criteria are as follows:-
    »Candidate must have a citizenship
    of India.
    »Age limits:
    Candidate must have a age limit
    of 21-30 years for the general
    category.
    Candidate must have a age limit
    of 21-35 years for the SC/ST
    category.
    Candidate must have a age limit
    of 21-33 years for the OBC
    category.
    Candidates who are Ex-service
    men will get a 5 years exception.
    »Education Qualification:
    Candidate must have a degree
    from a recognized university.
    Candidate who are writing their
    final degree exam or waiting for
    their results can also apply for this
    exam...
    »Attempts:
    For SC/ST there is no limit.
    For OBC it is 7
    For General category it is 4...
    so graduate candidates in any course can be eligible for this IAS entrance exam...so you can choose any course in b.tech...

    all the best.

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    minni
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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello
    I want to ias after b.tec. Which branch should i take
    Hi friend...

    *IAS is a good option you there are many opportunities for you in this field you can this course after completing of your any graduation course

    *its good tto go through the engineering there are some courses you have to opt which is preferable for the IAS exam

    *indian Administrative Service and this examination was conducted by UPSC (Union Public service Comission) Every year.

    * To become IAS Officer you need to Apply for the UPSC Civil services examination

    *The examination was held in 2 stages - Preliminary and Mains.

    Entrance exam

    * Preliminary examination are also called CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) and this examination was Objective

    *After clear the Preliminary examination candidates are eligible to sit in Main examination.

    Eligibility

    you need to complete your Graduation degree course in any Discipline form a recognised University

    Your age Should between 21 to 30 years, Upper age relaxation is applicable for SC/ST/OBC Candidates.

    Best branch to opt for IAS in engineering

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

    thank you

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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    opting which branch will be suitable for scoring well in ias

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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    I HAVE INTREST IN MATHS AND WANT TO BECOM AN IAS SO.... WHICH BRANCH IN B. TEC IS BETTER TO ME

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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    For appearing to IAS examination you have to just complete the graduation.
    There is no restriction towards percentage or steam or Branch in engineering.

    One must have Bachelor degree of a recognized university in any stream.

    Age limit : 21 years to 30 years.

    Age relaxation is applicable for reserved category candidates.
    Obc 3 years and sc or st 5 years.

    UPSC every year conducts the IAS examination.
    IAS is the most prestigious and respectable post.
    You have to work very very hard for cracking the examination.
    The exam held in two steps:Preliminary and Mains .

    The candidates who qualified in both the examination are called for final round i.e. Interview..

    Thanks

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    Re: Which branch should I opt in engineering if I want to become IAS after B.Tech?

    i want to become IAS ...and i have opted electronics and communication branch of engineering...is this branch best for IAS?

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