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    Can I become IAS officer after completing 12th and now pursuing ACHNP in IIHT Institute?

    DEAR SIR I COMPLETED MY 12TH, NOW IAM DOING (ACHNP) IN IIHT INSTUTE , SIR I WANT TO BECOME IPS OFFICER WHAT CAN I DO FOR THAT





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    SHRIAANANDAM
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    Re: Can I become IAS officer after completing 12th and now pursuing ACHNP in IIHT Institute?

    To give the Civil services exam a candidate must have a bachelor degree with 50%.
    So dear as you told that you want to become an IAS officer so you have to complete your graduation first, then you are eligible for IAS exam.
    all the best




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    shalaj
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    Re: Can I become IAS officer after completing 12th and now pursuing ACHNP in IIHT Institute?

    no dear
    after 12th you are not apply for IAS exam because this eligibility is graduation in any stream form any recognized university .
    this exam is conducted by the upsc in every years.....
    IIHT is not recognized university so this is not valid ..

    I suggest you, you can apply private for graduation because graduation is valid which is regular or private

    so more information visit upsc website

    www.upsc.gov.in //////

    best of luck.....

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    Rahul k
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    Re: Can I become IAS officer after completing 12th and now pursuing ACHNP in IIHT Institute?

    No, After completing 12Th you cant become IAS Officer.

    >> IAS Stands for Indian Administrative Service and to become IAS Officer you need to apply for the UPSC Civil services examination. The examination was conducted by UPSC every year in two stages - Preliminary examination and Main examination.

    >> Firstly candidates have to cracked the preliminary examination and Only then you are eligible to sit in Main examination, The Preliminary examination was Objective and there are 2 Papers in this examination and Both are of same marks and Duration.

    >> The Preliminary examination are also called CSAT (Civil services aptitude test).

    So, If you have completed your 12Th examination then please apply for this examination after completing your Graduation degree course, Because Graduation is the minimum eligibility To apply for this examination.

    >> So, Please complete your Graduation degree course in any discipline form a recognised university and then you are eligible for UPSC Civil services examination.

    To apply for this examination your age should between 21 to 30 years, upper age relaxation is applicable for SC/ST/OBC Candidates and other reserved categories.

    >> Final year Graduate candidates are also eligible to apply for this examination, General candidates will gets 4 Attempts, OBC Candidates will gets 7 Attempts and No Attempts is applicable for SC/ST Candidates, they can attempt N number of times.

    The Notification of this examination was Published in the employment newspaper OR in the UPSC website in the month of February every year and eligible and Interested candidates May apply for this examination online OR Offline, But I will suggest you to apply for this examination Online, But in case if any one Interested to apply offline, then please obtained the application form directly form the post offices.

    >> The Notification of Next year examination was Published on 04/Feb/2012, So please wait for the Notification and If you need more details then please check the official website -



    http://upsc.gov.in

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    Re: Can I become IAS officer after completing 12th and now pursuing ACHNP in IIHT Institute?

    SIR ,,I HAVE COMPLETED PRIVATE GRADUATION THROUGH KANPUR UNIVERSITY. AM I ELIGIBLE FOR I.A.S. EXAM ?
    sir ,,plzz ,,,tell me,,,

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    Re: Can I become IAS officer after completing 12th and now pursuing ACHNP in IIHT Institute?

    WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF QUESTIONS ARE THERE IN THE IPS EXAM?CAN U REFER SOME BOOKS FOR THIS

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