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WHY KPS INSTITUTE FOR IAS PREPARATION?

IAS Preparation requires a holistic approach, and this is what exactly KPS Institute for Civil S

14 Aug, 2018

Eligibility

Before starting preparation, please see if you fulfil following eligibility criteria Nationalit

14 May, 2018

Stages of the examination

UPSC has divided the selection process into three different stages with different pattern of examina

14 May, 2018

Various resources need to clear the exam

Your preparation will need three types of resources 1. Books for subjective knowledge

14 May, 2018

Things to remember before starting exam preparation

Many would say that IAS exam is too tough to crack, hence, secure your post in other exams

14 May, 2018
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    Before starting preparation, please see if you fulfil following eligibility criteria

    Nationality –

    For IAS and IPS, you need to be a citizen of India
    For other services, the candidates who are citizen of Nepal or Bhutan, and people of Indian Origin from Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam, who have intention of permanently settling in India are eligible.

    Age –

    The candidate must be of 21 years of age. This has been prescribed as minimum age for all categories. Whoever, the maximum age and no. of attempts vary from category to category
    For General candidate, maximum age is 32 years as on August 1 with attempts fixed at 6
    For OBC candidate, maximum age is 35 years as on August 1 with attempts fixed at 9
    For SC/ST candidate, maximum age is 37 years as in August 1 with unlimited attempts.
    Attempt will be counted only when you appear in the exam and not when you just apply for it.

    Being an IAS

    The most coveted and desired job in India is definitively of an IAS. Many of you are also here because of this. From studying at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration at Mussoorie to working in Prime Minister of India’s office, the post in itself is a journey. On completion of your training you will be posted as a sub-divisional magistrate, followed by posting as a district magistrate. On Apex scale, IAS officers may go on to lead government departments or ministers.