Should I drop a year after graduation for UPSC?
For IAS preparation after graduation, you will have to take a year drop. While doing so, you will be under lots of pressure from parents, society, and pressure from yourself to meet the expectations of others.
Should I prepare for UPSC after graduation or graduation?
All the best! Dear Candidate, If you want to start preparation for UPSC Civil Services examination after post graduation, there is no problem in that as such. UPSC want you to be a graduate in any stream to sit in this exam.
What can I do for IAS after graduation?
Aspirants who are in their final year are eligible to appear for the UPSC prelims exams. Students who have passed the final year of their MBBS degree, but are yet to pursue or complete their internship are also eligible to apply for IAS.
How many years does it take to become IAS after graduation?
An aspirant who has started graduation will have 3+ years’ time to prepare. The plan for an under-graduate student should be to prepare for GS subjects in the first two years of graduation and to prepare for Optional Subject in the final, third year.
Is it difficult to prepare for UPSC After graduation?
Preparing for UPSC after graduation can be a difficult task. The competition in the IAS exam is fierce, as long as you are determined towards your goal, you should be fine.
Is it difficult to balance work and study for UPSC exam?
Yes you will have little tough time to balance work and study both. But with dedication and smart work you can make it to the list. Starting preparation for UPSC Exam does not only mean starting seriously reading standard books. IAS exam requires a continuous development in one’s personality.
How to prepare for UPSC by reading the newspaper?
“The Hindu” or “Indian Express” are mostly recommended for UPSC preparation. If you are a beginner, start from “Indian Express”. At the initial stage, note down the topics of national Importance which are frequently covered in newspapers. Maintain separate books for General Studies and note down the important current affairs accordingly.