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Rakesh 16 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What is the eligibility for writing UPSC exam?

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Sanjeev replied | 29 Mar

Any Graduate can write UPSC Exam

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Keerthi 15 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

When will UPSC conduct civil services (preliminary) exam?

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Anand replied | 15 Mar

In the month of August.

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Chandresh replied | 16 Mar

http://www.http://upsconline.nic.in/mainmenu2.php look for the online submission of forms from 23 APRIL 2016 for the CIVIL SERVICES EXAM

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Krishna 15 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What are the benefits of taking UPSC exam coaching?

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Chandresh replied | 16 Mar

Refining your study ....Getting to know the Right Books , Reading material, Notes and and Coaching Notes

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Shilpi 15 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

How should I prepare for UPSC exam myself?

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Ashish Ranjan replied | 27 Jun

Just follow simple steps given as below:

1. Start from standard sixth and upto 10+2, complete all NCERTs of science, Political science, Geography, Economics and History. Read Psychology and Sociology of standard 11th and 12th. Finishing these books means, you develop good platform and basic concepts of all these subjects. Merely reading these books will not help you out....  more»
Just follow simple steps given as below:

1. Start from standard sixth and upto 10+2, complete all NCERTs of science, Political science, Geography, Economics and History. Read Psychology and Sociology of standard 11th and 12th. Finishing these books means, you develop good platform and basic concepts of all these subjects. Merely reading these books will not help you out. There are around 40 books and it will take you at least 3-4 months.

2. Once you are done with all these subjects, you can approach towards standard books like Indian Polity by Laxmikant, Modern Indian History by Bipan Chandra etc. Always keep syllabus of UPSC Mains along with you

3. While reading standard books, try to correlate with newspaper articles and understand practical application of whatever you read in books.

4. Never leave newspaper, be consistent and self motivation is necessary that is the key to get success. Practice objective questions, see previous year papers and do answer writing. «less

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Sasi 15 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What are the top 5 mistakes that students make during UPSC exams?

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Ashish Ranjan replied | 27 Jun

Top five mistakes made by Civil Services Aspirant:

1. Not completing NCERT books, which is launching pad for preparation of this exam. Students directly jump to standard books without having any basic fundamental concepts of humanities topics.

2. No regular revision and reading as much as possible.

3. Aspirants do not do intelligent hard work. Lack...  more»
Top five mistakes made by Civil Services Aspirant:

1. Not completing NCERT books, which is launching pad for preparation of this exam. Students directly jump to standard books without having any basic fundamental concepts of humanities topics.

2. No regular revision and reading as much as possible.

3. Aspirants do not do intelligent hard work. Lack consistency and motivation.

4. Less practice of objective questions and answer writing before Mains exam.

5. Not applying static general awareness to current topics of newspapers. «less

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Satish 14 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

Can you explain the UPSC exam pattern?

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Presidencian Institute Of Superior Education replied | 01 May

Prelims consists of 2 CSAT Papers and when you qualify this level you move on to Mains written examinations. Then finally interview.

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Ravichander 14 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What is the syllabus of UPSC CDS exam 2016?

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Winson Ias Academy replied | 23 Jun

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Chandan 14 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What is the approximate number of candidates who gets appointed to government jobs every year?

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U.k. replied | 07 Jul

it depends on year to year vacancy in govt. job....

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Sarita 14 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

Which is the official website for UPSC registration?

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Anand replied | 10 Apr

http://www.Upsc.nic.in

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Mrunal 14 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

To how many services am I eligible to be recruited on the basis CSE?

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Chandresh replied | 16 Mar

Over all 24 Services are there prominent among them are IFS, IAS and IPS

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Chandresh replied | 16 Mar

Over all 24 Services are there prominent among them are IFS, IAS and IPS http://www.http://upsc.gov.in/exams/notifications/2015/CSP_2015/CSP_2015_eng.pdf

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Dinesh 13 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

Who conducts UPSC exam?

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Nitin replied | 23 Jun

UPSC

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P 13 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

When was UPSC exam started?

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Raj Kishor replied | 13 Mar

1926

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Dhruv 13 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What is the eligibility for writing UPSC CDS exam?

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Vinsonias replied | 03 Jun

The Eligibility Criteria for giving UPSC Exam are:
1) Age: Min 21 yrs- Max 32 Years.
2) Citizen of India/Nepal/Bhutan.
3) Candidates must hold a Graduate Degree in any field from a recognized University.

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Vinsonias replied | 03 Jun

The Eligibility Criteria for giving UPSC CDS Exam are:

(A) Tentative Schedule: (Examination held twice a year)
(i) Notification of Examination-August and March
(ii) Conduct of Examination-February and August
(B) Age-limits:
19-24 Years Indian Military Academy
19-22 Years Naval Academy
19-23 Years Air Force Academy
19-25 Years Officers...  more»
The Eligibility Criteria for giving UPSC CDS Exam are:

(A) Tentative Schedule: (Examination held twice a year)
(i) Notification of Examination-August and March
(ii) Conduct of Examination-February and August
(B) Age-limits:
19-24 Years Indian Military Academy
19-22 Years Naval Academy
19-23 Years Air Force Academy
19-25 Years Officers’ Training Academy
(C) Educational Qualifications:
IMA & OTA Degree of a recognized University or equivalent
Naval Academy B.Sc. with Physics & Mathematics or Bachelor of Engg
Air Force Academy B.Sc. with Physics and/or Mathematics or Bachelor of Engg «less

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Niteen 12 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

For which all central government departments they conduct UPSC exam?

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Vinsonias replied | 03 Jun

Group A
1.Indian Administrative Service
2.Indian Foreign Service
3.Indian Police Service
4.Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Service, Group A
5.Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group A
6.Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), Group A
7.Indian Defense Accounts Service, Group A
8.Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group A...  more»
Group A
1.Indian Administrative Service
2.Indian Foreign Service
3.Indian Police Service
4.Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Service, Group ‘A’
5.Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group ‘A’
6.Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), Group ‘A’
7.Indian Defense Accounts Service, Group ‘A’
8.Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group ‘A’
9.Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group ‘A’ (Assistant Works Manager, Administration)
10.Indian Postal Service, Group ‘A’
11.Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group ‘A’
12.Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group ‘A’
13.Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group 'A'
14. Indian Railway Personnel Service, Group ‘A’
15. Post of Assistant Security Commissioner in Railway Protection Force, GroupA
16. Indian Defense Estates Service, Group ‘A’
17. Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group ‘A’
18. Indian Trade Service, Group 'A' (Gr. III)
19. Indian Corporate Law Service, Group "A".

GROUP B
20. Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service, Group ‘B’ (Section Officer’s Grade)
21. Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group 'B'
22. Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group 'B'
23. Pondicherry Civil Service, Group 'B'
24. Pondicherry Police Service, Group 'B’ «less

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Ganesh 12 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

Is UPSC Exam very difficult to crack?

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Ashish Ranjan replied | 29 Jun

Nothing is difficult to crack in this world if you have strong determination, dedication and devotion towards your goal and similar is case with UPSC exam. If you can work hard with consistency then you can crack this exam very easily.

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Sumit 12 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

Do IAS exam comes under UPSC?

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Vinsonias replied | 03 Jun

In India, the Union Public Service commission (UPSC) is authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination (CSE) to recruit officers for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), and other All India services.

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Sradha 12 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What is the difference between UPSC exam and SSC exam?

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Vinsonias replied | 03 Jun

Difference between UPSC and SSC:
(UPSC) is the central agency authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Combined Defense Services Examination,National Defense Academy Examination, Naval Academy Examination and Combined Medical Services Examination The agency's charter is granted by the Constitution of India. Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the constitution, titled...  more»
Difference between UPSC and SSC:
(UPSC) is the central agency authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Combined Defense Services Examination,National Defense Academy Examination, Naval Academy Examination and Combined Medical Services Examination The agency's charter is granted by the Constitution of India. Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the constitution, titled Services Under the Union and the States, provide for a Public Service Commission for the Union and for each state.

Whereas,The main responsibility of the Staff Selection Commission is to make recruitment to Group C (non-technical) & Group B (non-gazetted- both technical & non-technical) posts in departments of Government of India, its attached & subordinate offices except those for which recruitment is made by the Railway Recruitment Boards & Industrial Establishments. «less

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Nagarunja 11 Mar in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

What is UPSC exam?

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Ashish Ranjan replied | 28 Jun

UPSC stands for Union Public Service Commission. This commission is the protector of meritocracy in India and is considered to be one of the bulwark of Indian Constitution. It is examination conducting authority which conducts large number of examinations like Civil Services exam, NDA exam, Indian Engineering Services exam, Combined Defence Services etc. You can visit ...  more»
UPSC stands for Union Public Service Commission. This commission is the protector of meritocracy in India and is considered to be one of the bulwark of Indian Constitution. It is examination conducting authority which conducts large number of examinations like Civil Services exam, NDA exam, Indian Engineering Services exam, Combined Defence Services etc. You can visit http://www.upsc.gov.in for more details regarding it. «less

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Dipal 24 Feb in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

Which class i would join for nda exam preparation in pune for better performance?

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Meeta replied | 11 Jul

hello dipal you can join online course for upsc preparation please provide your contact details and we will get in touch with you.

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Rahul replied | 11 Jul

Gyan probhodhini near Tilak marg may suit your purpose.

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Kajal 14 Feb in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

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Aavishkar replied | 05 Apr

We will charge 63000 for entire course
You can attend free Bank/SSC also with that fee

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Ashish Ranjan replied | 26 Jun

400 rupees per hour for prelims and mains subjects. No optional subjects included.

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Ancy 05 Feb in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

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Sanjeev replied | 23 Mar

Before everything else,Rather than what to learn you have to know How to learn for exam.It is world 2nd most toughest exam.you should mentally prepare yourself for that.Don not depends on any coaching institute or teacher,study previous years papers,question as much as you can,Do not forget to write at least 5 question of more than 250 words everyday.

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Presidencian Institute Of Superior Education replied | 26 Apr

Give as many practice tests and mock tests as possible.

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Ancy 05 Feb in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

i want became a IAS OFFICER HOW TO PREPARE THE EXAM

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Govind replied | 14 Feb

if you are graduate and ur age is above 21 but below 30 you can apply for competition

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Vivekanand replied | 15 Feb

through dedication

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Muthu 09 Jan in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes

How to join in ghatak force

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Ratnesh replied | 06 Feb

Special Forces of India belong to Indian military or paramilitary Special Forces Includes forces such as Para Commandos, Special Frontier Force (SFF), Ghatak Force, MARCOS, Garud Commando Force, National Security Guard (NSG), etc. Candidates may join through CDSE or through NDA Exam. To apply for NDA, aspirants must have passed 12th and for CDSE they must have a bachelor s degree...  more»
Special Forces of India belong to Indian military or paramilitary Special Forces Includes forces such as Para Commandos, Special Frontier Force (SFF), Ghatak Force, MARCOS, Garud Commando Force, National Security Guard (NSG), etc. Candidates may join through CDSE or through NDA Exam. To apply for NDA, aspirants must have passed 12th and for CDSE they must have a bachelor’s degree with minimum 55% marks. «less

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Futuresign replied | 08 Feb

How To Join Indian Army

Indian Army is a land based branch and one of the major pillars of Indian Armed Forces. Positions like Special Forces/Doctors/ Soldiers/ Officers Post are the honorable and respectable positions in the society. This profession provides a fabulous opportunity to those who have keen desire to serve the nation.

Indian Army offers two types...  more»
How To Join Indian Army

Indian Army is a land based branch and one of the major pillars of Indian Armed Forces. Positions like Special Forces/Doctors/ Soldiers/ Officers Post are the honorable and respectable positions in the society. This profession provides a fabulous opportunity to those who have keen desire to serve the nation.

Indian Army offers two types of commission such as permanent and short service commission.Permanent Commission is for those who are seeking for a permanent career and SSC is for those who aspire to serve Army for a few years.For getting into these commissions there are number of way:

Permanent commission:

NDA – After 10+2(Through UPSC)
Direct Entry (Through UPSC)
Engineering Graduates – TGC
University Entry Scheme
Short Servicecommission:

NON-TECH (Both men & women)
TECH (Both men & women)
NCC Special Entry (Both men & women)
LAW Graduates (Both men & women) «less

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Gaurva replied | 06 Feb

Above 20 subjects are there for optional subject u can take anything My personal suggestion is don't take ur major paper for Upsc optional Bcz we have to know all the subject so try another new.

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Gyan Sagar replied | 09 Mar

Above 20 subjects are there for optional subject u can take anything My personal suggestion is don't take ur major paper for Upsc optional Bcz we have to know all the subject so try another new.

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Delhi Career Academy replied | 30 Jan

I alsi teach this subject , when notification is out and before 4 months of exam

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Ratnesh replied | 06 Feb

Drugs are medications provided to patients struggling from various ailments. Drug inspectors are qualified personnels who work in the manufacturing and distribution sector of drugs. These professionals grade diverse products using their technical and intellectual ability. It is the prime responsibility of a drug inspector to inspect whether the medicines maintain legal standards...  more»
Drugs are medications provided to patients struggling from various ailments. Drug inspectors are qualified personnels who work in the manufacturing and distribution sector of drugs. These professionals grade diverse products using their technical and intellectual ability. It is the prime responsibility of a drug inspector to inspect whether the medicines maintain legal standards of sanitation, limpidness, and grading. These professionals visit various pharmacies, laboratories and drug-manufacturing stores to check the quality of the products manufactured and sold there.


Qualifying Exam

To become a drug inspector, an individual should have completed graduation in Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences. Otherwise, they should be graduates in medicine with Clinical Pharmacology or Microbiology specialization. In addition, they are required to have minimum 3 years experience in any drug manufacturing company doing manufacturing, testing and inspection works. Drug inspectors can seek out for employments in public or private undertakings. Professionals who have completed the program can work in hospitals, laboratories or pharmacies. As newer diseases are emerging day by day, there is a need to manufacture medications for those ailments. In this manner, the scopes of drug inspectors are high.

Who is eligible to apply?

The eligibility criterion to apply for the graduation course is a pass in the XII exam from science stream with an aggregate of 45 % marks. Aspirants should have studied Biology as one of the subjects in the qualifying course. Aspirants are required to pass a Pharmacy entrance test in addition to the graduation program.

How to prepare for exam and interview?

Aspirants are required to have thorough awareness in the qualifying course technical subjects so as to clear the test. They can procure latest editions of technical books from leading bookstores for reference. As part of preparation for the mains, they can also solve previous papers. It may help them in gaining confidence in the main exam. Self-evaluation is a must so as to know their weaker areas. «less

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