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    What are the terms and conditions than an IFS has to follow? What are the main topics that would help in the exams?

    what are the terms & conditions that an IFS has to follow and what are the main topics that would help in the exams ?





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    ambiika
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    Re: What are the terms and conditions than an IFS has to follow? What are the main topics that would help in the exams?


    dear friend,
    eligibility to be an IFS officer are:-
    [COLOR="rgb(154, 205, 50)"]1.educational qualification-you should have a graduation degree from an indian college[/COLOR]
    [COLOR="rgb(72, 209, 204)"]2.lAge-minimum-21 yearsand maximum-30 years
    and then you can give the entrance examination[/COLOR]




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    Re: What are the terms and conditions than an IFS has to follow? What are the main topics that would help in the exams?

    Can girl also applied for ips?

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    mithu ashi
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    Re: What are the terms and conditions than an IFS has to follow? What are the main topics that would help in the exams?

    I.F.S. STANDS FOR INDIAN FOREST SERVICE.
    THIS EXAM IS CONDUCTED BY U.P.S.C.

    ELIGIBILITY:-
    -Candidates who have completed their graduation can apply for this exam.
    -To apply for this examination you Must have a Bachelor’s degree form a recognized University with at least one of the subjects like Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Engineering or an equivalent qualification.

    - Your age should be between 21-30 years.
    - For O.B.C- relaxation of age is 3 years & for SC/ST- 5 years of relaxation.

    General category candidates can apply for 4 times, for OBC- 7 attempts, For SC/ST- unlimited attempts are given.

    You can apply for online or offline for this exam.

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    para
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    Re: What are the terms and conditions than an IFS has to follow? What are the main topics that would help in the exams?

    IFS stands for INDIAN FOREIGN SERVICES and an IFS has to see around and have a great
    knowledge about the other countries in the world.

    He should also have knowledge about the various activities going in the neighbouring
    countries and their impact on our country.

    He must also know how to handle the foreign affairs because he will be representing
    our country in other countries.

    To be an IFS you have to appear in the CIVIL SERVICES exam conducted by UPSC.

    THE SYLLABUS FOR THE CIVIL SERVICES APTITUDE TEST IS:


    PAPER I: GENERAL AWARENESS

    -Current events of national and international importance

    - History of India and Indian National Movement

    - Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic geography of India and the World.

    - Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.

    - Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc.

    - General issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization

    - General Science.


    PAPER II:

    - Comprehension

    - Interpersonal skills including communication skills

    - Logical reasoning and analytical ability

    - Decision making and problem solving

    - General mental ability

    - Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. -Class X level)

    - English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).


    The Terms and conditions an IFS has to follow are:

    1. Representing India in its Embassies, High Commissions, Consulates, and Permanent Missions to multilateral organisations like UN;text

    2. Protecting India’s national interests in the country of his/her posting;text

    3. Promoting friendly relations with the receiving state as also its people, including NRI / PIOs;text

    4. Reporting accurately on developments in the country of posting which are likely to influence the formulation of India’s policies;text

    5.Negotiating agreements on various issues with the authorities of the receiving state; andtext

    6.Extending consular facilities to foreigners and Indian nationals abroad.text

    7.At home, Ministry of External Affairs is responsible for all aspects of external relations. Territorial divisions deal with bilateral political and economic work while functional divisions look after policy planning, multilateral organizations, regional groupings, legal matters, disarmament, protocol, consular, Indian Diaspora, press and publicity, administration and other aspects. Strengthtext

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