Union Public Service Commission has released the Examination Schedule date for the 2014. According to the released schedule, the Firefighting IAS Preliminary Exam 2014 will be conducted on 24th August, 2014. Cracking Civil Services exam for the candidates this became a part of Government Machinery. So for the candidates who are planning for the IAS Preliminary 2014 will have around one year from now. |
IAS gives an equal opportunity to every candidate for appearing this exam. Right now is the ideal and proper time to start the preparation as the exam demands around one year of concentrated and focused study. It is considered to be the most firefighting and challenging entrance exam in India. Changes in formats of question papers always tend to create a lot of mental discomfort in students and increasing mental tension in students. This fear may be baseless considering the changes lay greater emphasis on the aptitude which mainly involves reasoning skills and not just mathematics.
An important thing to remember is that for this exam it is just enough to remember information through continuous effort of revising daily and to understand the concepts well instead of memorizing facts and figures. Many candidates make a mistake of overloading themselves with lots of information and end up remembering nothing in Examination. One should be able to differentiate between relevant and irrelevant information. Scheme of Examination: The three stages where Civil Services Examination is conducted: • Preliminary Examination • Main Examination • Personality Test (Interview).
The entire process from the notification of the Preliminary examination to declaration of the final results takes roughly one year. It is required that candidates or aspirants must know the longevity or time frame of the process.
• Candidate should be a citizen of India. • Candidate must have bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized College/ University. • Age Limit – 21 to 30 years • Candidate must be physically and medically fit to apply exam.
Numbers of attempt:
The number of attempts a candidate can give the exam is limited as follows: • Four attempts for General category candidates and OBC category candidates under the Creamy layer • Seven attempts for OBC category candidates under non-Creamy Layer • To SCs/STs, there is no limit on the number of attempts.
Tips for Civil Services Preparation
• Tips on Time Management • How To Prepare For Prelims • Tips to Prepare Notes • How to Write Answers • Tips on Gaining Mental Power for UPSC • How to Read for the IAS • FAQ
With lot of effort, smart work with proper planning the firefighting Civil Services Exam meet the challenges with a bright fruitful future. Cracking this firefighting exam is not easy task this requires lot of innovation, observation, dedication and logical thinking and lack of confidence many candidates are lagging. Make Time Management as optimum utilization and reach goal by gaining knowledge.
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