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    How many subjects are to be chosen for IAS prelims and mains? Are the subjects of Mains and Prelims same?

    how many subjects are to be chosen for main and preliminary exam?
    Are the subject of main exam and preliminary exam are same?
    Is percentage of educational qualification is essential for IAS exam?





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    Re: How many subjects are to be chosen for IAS prelims and mains? Are the subjects of Mains and Prelims same?



    IAS stands for Indian Administrative Services .IAS exam is conducted by UPSC every year .This Examination is conducted by Union Public Service Commission.

    If you have completed Graduation in any discipline from recognized university are eligible for IAS exam.There is no marks criteria.Final year student are applicable for IAS Exam.


    Your age should be in between 21 years to 30 years for general candidates .Age relaxation is given below -

    5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates
    3 years relaxation for OBC Candidates
    10 years relaxation for PHC candidates
    5 years relaxation for Ex-serviceman

    No. of Attempts:

    For General: 3
    For OBC: 7
    For SC/ST: No Restriction

    IAS exam is consist of 3 process - Preliminary Exam . Mains Exam and Personal Interview .

    List of the optional subject for IAS exam is given below.So you can choose the subject from below given list-

    Economics , Electrical Engineering,Geography, Geology ,History, Law,Management, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science and International Relations, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology,Statistics, Zoology, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Anthropology,Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Accountancy.

    No , Optional and Mainn subjects are different .

    The list of Mains exams are given below-



    For more details about IAS exam please visit to www.upsc.gov.in
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