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    pranjoo
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    Can I change from one post to another after becoming an IFS officer?

    hello sir/mam
    once i become IFS officer can i change later as an IAS officer





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    Rahul kuntala
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    Re: Can I change from one post to another after becoming an IFS officer?

    Medical Standards:

    Height: Minimum acceptable height: 152.5 cm
    Chest: Minimum range of expansion: 5 cm
    Vision: 6/36 each eye.
    Correctable with spectacles: at least 6/9 each eye.
    Diopteric power: not exceeding +3.5

    Training: Initial Joint Basic Phase Training(JBPT) will be provided at Airmen Training School, Belgaum(Karnataka) for 12 weeks. After it Trade Training will be provided.

    Stipend:
    You will get Rs.5700 pm during training!!

    But you can't change to IAS after becoming IFS officer.

    Eligibility:

    Attempts :
    If you belong to the “Open Category” you can give the exam 4 times maximum!
    If you belong to the “OBC” you can give the exam 7 times.
    If you belong to the “SC/ST” you can give the exam as many times as you want. There is no restriction on the number of times!

    Age limits:
    You must have attained 21 years and not be over 30 years on August 1 of the year of examination.
    The upper age limit is relaxed in specific cases as mentioned below:
    upto a maximum of 5 years if the candidate belongs to SC/ST.
    upto a maximum of 3 years if the candidate belongs to Other Backward Classes(BC's)

    Preliminary Examination would consist of two papers- Paper I and Paper II.
    Syllabus for CSAT as proposed by UPSC
    (Paper 1) (200 marks) - Duration : Two hrs
    (Paper II) (200 marks) – Duration : Two hrs
    The final interview is of 300 marks.

    You can't choose the following combination of subjects:

    (a) Political Science & International Relations and Public Administration;
    (b) Commerce & Accountancy and Management;
    (c) Anthropology and Sociology;
    (d) Mathematics and Statistics;
    (e) Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science.
    (f) Management and Public Administration;
    (g) Of the Engineering subjects, viz., Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering–not more than one subject.
    (h) Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science and Medical Science.




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