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Exploring Indian Civil Services

by

Pankaj Kumawat, I.P.S


email: thepankajkumawat@gmail.com

Mobile: 9502966179

I AM PLEASED
TO
MEET YOU STUDENTS

PHILOSOPHY

DOING THIS GIVES ME HAPPINESS.

1. TREATING A PATIENT
2. PILOTING A AIRPLANE/SHIP
4. LEADING THE MEN IN WAR
5. SOCIAL WORK
6. STARTING A BUSINESS
7. DOING RESEARCH
8. WORKING WITH AN ENGINE
9. SINGING/DANCING
10.PLAYING MUSIC
11.SPORTS.

What do you want?


Money
Power
Fame
Achievement
Recognition

My Story
Prior to IIIT
My years in IIIT
My dilemmas during IIIT
Research
Entrepreneurship
Civil Services (IAS/IPS etc)
Job
NGO
Politics
Big decision
Preparation and job together ??
Preparation days and struggle
Post selection

What is CIVIL SERVICES?


The Civil Services are the highest services of the Govt.
of India.
IAS and IPS are considered as All India Services as
these Officers are allotted to any of the 28 States and
also they are required to serve in the Govt. of India.

The Civil Services is a symbol of National Integration as


the Civil Servant provide a common character to the
Govt. Service.

Other Civil Services


Indian
Indian
Indian
Indian
Indian
Indian
Indian
Indian

Foreign Service (I.F.S)


Audit and Accounts Service (I.A.A.S)
Customs and Central Exercise Service.
Revenue Service (Group A)
Postal Service
Railway Traffic Service.
Railway Personnel service
Information Service

The Job Profile of an I.A.S. Officer


IAS Officers:
-Head the Govt. Departments
- Become District Collectors.

- Face challenges.
- Take Welfare Measures for the poor.
- Gain Rich and Varied Experiences.

- Are appointed to various positions like Governor


or CEO after retirement.
- Rank Structure

The Job Profile of an I.P.S. Officer


IPS Officers:
- Commissioner of Police
- Head the State Police.
- Head the CBI, IB, RAW,BSF, CISF, NSG, ED, NIA,
NSA
- Face challenges
- Investigate serious frauds 2G, Satyam, Coal

- Gain Rich and Varied Experiences.


- Appointment as advisor to Government
- Appointment as Governors after retirement

- Rank Structure

The Job Profile of an I.F.S. Officer

IFS Officers:
- Ambassador to a foreign country.
- High commissioner to a common
wealth country
- Secretary External Affair

SPECIAL FEATURES
High position at young age
Recognition
Responsibility
Opportunity for service
Time bound promotion
Make a difference in the lives of
people

UPSC
To become an I.A.S/I.P.S officer you
should pass the
Civil Services
Examination, which is conducted by the
UNION
PUBLIC
SERVICE
COMMISSION.
(UPSC)
This
examination is conducted every year to
select candidates for IPS and other 21
other services.

Eligibility Conditions
Citizenship
Age
Age Relaxation -

Indian
Between 21 and 30 Years
Up to 5 years for SC/ST/Ex-service
Up to 3 years for OBC

Education Qualification:
Degree of any University
MBBS, BDS, BE & BE Final Year
Number of attempts
BC
- 4 attempts permitted
OBC
- 7 attempts permitted
SC/ST - can write till the age of 35
Physical Standard
Height : Male 165 cm Female: 160 cm
SC/ST : Male 160 cm Female: 145 cm

PLAN OF EXAMINATION
Civil Service Examination comprises three stages.

I.Civil Services (Preliminary) exam

Objective type
[400 Marks]
Paper 1 General Studies : 200 Marks
(100Questions)
Paper 2 CSAT
: 200 Marks
(80 Questions)
(Each paper is of 2 hours duration)

PLAN OF EXAMINATION
II. Civil Services (Main) Written
9 papers -1750 marks

Optional Subjects
Agriculture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany,
Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce, Economics, Electrical
Engineering, Geography, Geology, Indian History, Law,
Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Sciences,
Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public
Administration, Sociology, Statistics & Zoology and
Literature of any one of the Indian Languages.

PLAN OF EXAMINATION
Civil Service Examination comprises three
stages.

III. Civil Services (Main) - interview


275 marks

If you cant , who else can?

SELF
CONFIDENCE

If you cant , who else can?

HAVE
A
STRATEGY