Ideal age to start IAS preparation is one of the common queries of students who have an aspiration to become a civil servant. Here, we have discussed about the age, from which a student should start IAS preparation so, that they can able to use their age effectively in making their own career in civil services.
Despite the surge in employment opportunities in the private sector, the aura around the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and the Indian Police Service (IPS) is intact and, in fact, has been growing in recent years. Every year, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) receives around 10 lakh applications for the Civil Services Examination (CSE) through which around 200-300 candidates are selected for IAS and IPS.
The job profile of a women IAS officer is very challenging and dynamic in itself but here we present some extraordinary lady IAS officers whose accomplishments are par excellence. Here we are presenting the top women IAS officers in India who are inspiring the largest underprivileged section of our society.
This will be the first Civil Services Notification after the Parliament has passed the 10% quota in the government services for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) of the General Category. There are possibilities that the UPSC will include this reservation in the upcoming civil service notification.
IAS Cutoff is one of the main topics of discussion after the IAS prelims Exam. The IAS aspirants and the coaching institutes keep giving hypothetical cut off marks for the IAS Prelims Exam which is beyond the reality. The cut off marks depends on the level of difficulty of the question paper and the overall preparation of the IAS aspirants. The second preposition is very difficult to ascertain. On the basis of average preparation and the previous year trends we deduce the Cutoff marks with IAS Prelims analysis
In the last twelve years, women topped the prestigious UPSC Civil Services Examination (CSE) for eight times. More significantly, beginning from 2014, women candidates were the toppers for the consecutive three years.