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How To Become An IAS Officers : 

How To Become An IAS Officers Power Point Presentation By Amardeep Karodkar

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IAS this three latter acronym of Indian Administrative Service formerly known as Indian Civil services (ICS) is enough to raise the hackles of any Indian young aspirant who wants to start his/her career with a boom. The prestige associated with these three latter profession is unimaginable. One who is aspiring to be an IAS officer is well aware of the position he is dreaming of, but to full fill such dreams and handle the responsibilities one will have to shoulder after reaching the coveted post is easier said than done. To reach at that spot one has to run a breath taking race with at least three hundred fifty thousand competitors in the form of an exam taken by UPSC every year. But once you have done this you are at the apex of public services system in India. You can claim to be one of the very best even by the tag of IAS officer with you. But before competing in civil service one should be well aware of the fact that a rose is accompanied by hundred thorns. Objective behind this practical truth - importance and responsibility are two sides of the same coin-is just to aware the aspirants of Indian Administrative Services about the hardships thereby preparing them to mentally tough for the post selection responsibilities.

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For reaching to that coveted position one has to really work hard for nearly 2 to 2-1/2 years and pass through an absorbing test comprises of written tests followed by interview spreading a time span of almost a year. To remain focused for such a long time one should be full of qualities like self-discipline, patience, punctuality, commitment self-confidence and an endless desire of being one of the best among the contestants. IAS officer is such a person which cannot get relaxed after getting the post infect he have to work diligently after attaining this position of high prestige and responsibility. To handle his work in the democratic setup where an IAS officers decision and their implementation effects the life of hundreds of people directly and indirectly on has to be full of stamina, alertness of mind, adaptability to follow difficult time schedules along with good team spirit. This is such a career in which you are supposed to work with people of different thoughts and mindsets so it is you who have to make your team to work hard for the society you have vowed to serve while joining this high profile career.

Eligibility to be an IAS Officer : 

Eligibility to be an IAS Officer Educational Qualification To be eligible for becoming an IAS officer the candidate must possess a degree from an Indian University or an equivalent qualification. Those in the final year of a degree course can also appear in the Preliminary Examination.

2. Age : 

2. Age The candidate must have attained the age of 21 years on 1st August the year of examination and must not have attained 30 years of age on that date. The upper age limit will be relaxed by 3 years for OBC candidates and 5 years for SC/ST candidates. The upper age limit is also relaxed in favor of certain categories of civil servants working under the Government of India and Defense Services Personnel.

3. Other Eligibility Conditions : 

3. Other Eligibility Conditions Since these services involves decision making at the upper end of Government hierarchy. So taking into account the sensitivity of the job the aspirants have to be eligible under certain specific conditions as given ahead. See Next Page………………

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Continue to back page 1) For the IAS and the IPS, the candidate must be a citizen of India. 2) For the other services, a candidate must be either a citizen of India, or a subject of Nepal, or a subject of Bhutan, or a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before January 1, 1962, with the intention of permanently settling in India, or a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.

To be an IAS officer one has to follow the below given steps : 

To be an IAS officer one has to follow the below given steps Step No 1- As a first step the aspirant has to procure the “Application Form” along with “Information Brochure” from any of the “Head Post Offices or Post Offices” spread throughout the country and sent the filled Application form to: The Secretary, Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, New Delhi - 110011. Note:- The notification for the examination with relevant details regarding rules and syllabus is published in the month of December in the 'Employment News'Rozgar Samachar' , 'Gazette of India', and in some leading Newspapers of the country.

Step 2 : 

Step 2 In the month of May or June the aspirants have to take the “Preliminary examinations”. Consisting of two papers. The papers are on: 1. General Studies (150 marks) 2. Some optional subject (300 marks) See Next Page…………………

The optional subject for the second paper may be chosen from the following given subjects : 

The optional subject for the second paper may be chosen from the following given subjects 1. Agriculture 2. Animal Husbandry and veterinary science 3. Botany 4. Chemistry 5. Civil Engineering 6. Commerce 7. Economics 8. Electrical Engineering 9. Geography 10. Geology 11. Indian History 12. Law 13. Mathematics 14. Mechanical Engineering 15. Philosophy 16. Physics 17. Political Science 18. Psychology 19 Public Administration 20. Sociology 21. Statistics 22. Zoology (Note:- This exam is just a qualifying exam for the Final exam and scores obtained in this exam are not added to make the final result.)

Step 3 : 

Step 3 Those candidates who are declared qualified in the “Preliminary examination” are supposed to take the final exam (normally held in the month of October) having following papers 1 Essay type Indian Language Qualifying Paper 300 Marks English Qualifying Paper 300 Marks General Essay type paper 200 Marks General Studies papers 300 Marks 4 Optional subjects papers 300 Marks

Step 4 : 

Step 4 Once you are through the final stage is the interview. The aspirants are grilled in the interview to test their personality and mental ability. Then the final list of the successful candidates is prepared and the candidates who have secured very good rank out of 400-450(approx.) selected candidates are admitted to National Academy of Administration at Mussoorie (now renamed as Lal Bahadur Sastri National Academy Of Administration, LBSNAA) to impart training to IAS probationers. After completion of their training in various fields of administrative importance they are posted as per requirements of the Central and State Governments. Being All India Services the new IAS incumbant's services are allotted to various state cadre under Cadre System. The Cadre system is allotted on a basis of lottery and the topper of each state may get a chance to get their home state if he had applied for one.

Job Prospects and Remunerations after becoming an IAS Officer : 

Job Prospects and Remunerations after becoming an IAS Officer The IAS or the Indian Administrative Services officers are suppose to handles affairs of the government at the various level in its capacity. At the central level, this involves the framing and implementation of policy of the apex government. At the district level, it is concerned with affairs of the district concerned, including development functions. At the divisional level, the IAS officers look after law and order, general administration and development work of the division they are handling. Members of the Indian Administrative Service hold various administrative posts like District Collector, Heads of Departments, and Heads of Public Enterprises at the state level etc. They can also be posted on deputation to the Central Government to various posts.

Remunerations ( Payment) : 

Remunerations ( Payment) The Government of India has fixed salary grades for Civil Servants. Although keep on changing with new pay commission presently the range of salaries drawn at various levels is as follows See Next Page………………….

Payment Structure : 

Payment Structure Junior Officers Senior Officers Junior Administrative Grade Selection Grade Additional Secretary Secretary/ Cabinet Secretary Rs.8000-275 -13,500 Rs.10650- 325 -15,200 Rs.12,750-375 – 16,500 RS.15,100-400-18300 Rs.22400-252 – 24500 Rs.26000/ 30,000 Note:- The above scales only provide an idea of the pay scales. Different branches of the service have different scales of pay. Even personnel of same branches may have different pay according to their area of posting and responsibility they are holding at a particular time. In addition to the salary civil servants receive various types of allowances such as Dearness Allowance, City compensatory Allowance, Leave Travel Allowance, Medical and subsidized housing.

Career options : 

Career options Hierarchy in the Indian Administrative Services at the Central level. Designation Time In Service Under Secretary 4 Years Deputy Secretary 9 Years Director 12 Years Joint Secretary 20Years Additional Secretary 30Years Secretary 34 Years

Cabinet Secretary (TOP MOST POST)- This is the apex of the administrative setup in India. : 

Cabinet Secretary (TOP MOST POST)- This is the apex of the administrative setup in India. Hierarchy of the Indian Administrative Services at the State level. Designation Time In Service Deputy Secretary/Additional Magistrate Deputy Commissioners -- Entry Level Of the Service Joint Secretary/ District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioners- 6 Years Special Secretary- - 9 Years Secretary 16 Years Principal Secretary/Financial Commissioners 24 Years Chief Secretary 30 Years See Next Page…………………………..

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Note( Continue to back Page) 1. There is no equivalent post of Cabinet Secretary in the State Administration. 2. The time span given above is the time period to reach to the designation given against it. But surely this is not the only criteria to reach at a particular designation. 3.To reach at an equivalent position in the Central administration takes longer then in the State administration because there are lesser vacancies at the central level then at the state level.

Thank you : 

Thank you There Is A light at the end of the Tunnel Some time It is like an Incoming train, If you got to be aggressive, you got to have character Character is important to achieve SUCCESS…..

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