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    Which subjects should I opt in class 10th if I want to become a good IAS officer in future? How much percentage should I get in it?

    hello sir/mam
    which subjects i should opt in class 10 to become a good IAS officer and how much percent should get in it?





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    gaurav98
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    Re: Which subjects should I opt in class 10th if I want to become a good IAS officer in future? How much percentage should I get in it?

    You becoming IAS officer you will have to first crack the UPSC civil services examination.

    And the required educational qualification for IAS examination :
    The candidates must be a graduate.
    You can complete graduation in any stream.
    There is no Minimum percentage restriction .
    Just passed in Graduation is sufficient to apply.

    For IAS ( Indian Administrative Services ) examination all stream ( Arts ,Science and Commerce ) all are eligible to apply.

    So in your class 10th you can studied with any stream in which you have interest.

    UPSC Civil Services Examination is conducted in three steps :
    Preliminary Examination
    Mains Examination
    Interview examination.

    Educational Qualifiction to IAS exam :
    Graduation Degree in any stream of a recognized University.

    Age limit : Minimum age is 21 years and Maximum to 30 years.

    Age relaxation is given to reserved category candidates.
    For OBC 3 years
    Sc/St 5 years.

    Number of attempts allowed :
    for OC : 4 times
    OBC : 7 times.
    Sc/St : no limit
    thanks




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    Paliyal79
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    Re: Which subjects should I opt in class 10th if I want to become a good IAS officer in future? How much percentage should I get in it?

    Hi friend,
    for becoming an IAS(indian Administrative Service),graduation is necessary in any stream.
    After graduation,you can apply for UPSC exam,by which you can achieve your goal.
    So,after 10th class, you can choose any stream in which you are intersetd.
    UPSC contains this test in two formats.
    1. Written test and
    2. SSB(short selection board) interview
    age limit is 21-30 years.age relaxation for OBC candidates is 3 years and for SC/ST is 5 years.
    BEST OF LUCK

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