Absolutely, having a B.Sc. in botany (Honours) can make you eligible to appear for the UPSC exams. UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) conducts a range of exams including the Civil Services Examination (CSE), commonly known as the IAS exam, which has various services like IAS, IPS, IFS, etc.
The eligibility criteria for the UPSC CSE exam are a minimum of a bachelor's degree from any recognized university. Your B.Sc. in Botany (Honours) fulfills this requirement.
However, apart from educational qualifications, there are other criteria such as age limits, nationality, and attempt limits that you would need to fulfill to be eligible to appear for the UPSC exams.
So, having a B.Sc. in Botany (Honours) sets you on the right path to pursue a career through the UPSC exams. You might want to complement your academic knowledge with a well-rounded understanding of diverse subjects as the UPSC exam covers a wide range of topics in its syllabus.
Yes, UPSC exams has no limitation towards which stream you are from !
yaa it is vaild to appear in any guvt exams even UPSC xams...becoz icfai is under 2f of state legislature.but students who are going through transfer to d.dun or agartala might not b able to appear in those exams cozzz their degree 'll not b valid,,,as this transfer frm bangalore.hyd jaipur etc r illegal....
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yes, amity is recognized from UGC under section 2(f), and a university extablished by states gov. of u.p. please visit website http://upgov.nic.in . As amity is govt. as well as ugc recognized so students of amity are eligibile to apply for upsc exams.
To become an officer in the Indian Administrative Services you must clear the UPSC Civil Service Exam. This is one of the toughest exams in India, and it is near impossible to crack these exams. The UPSC exam is divided into three stages, and you need to clear all the stages to attain the post of an IAS officer. This is a year-long selection process, which begins in May and concludes in June. UPSC civil service exams are government exams that you can only attempt after graduating. So it is necessary to graduate if you wish to become an IAS. When it comes to selecting the stream you want to pursue, what the past and current trends suggest does not matter. It all comes down to the passion and interests of the aspirants. It does not matter whether you choose humanities, engineering, or medical science, if you are passionate about it you are bound to succeed. One should always consider the discipline you enter as an alternative career if your dream of entering the IAS does not pan out. If you wish to prepare for the UPSC exams, you can visit the UPSC Pathshala website. We offer different courses ranging from a foundation course, for students planning to appear in the IAS exam in 2022, a crash course for candidates wishing to appear in the IAS exam this year, and a UPSC inception course for those who have more than a year remaining for your examination. We also offer personal mentorship to students that help them prepare for UPSC exams effectively.
Hi, The NDA Exams are conducted by UPSC in India. Now Govt, released the Online forms for the NDA exams . The NDA Exams are held twice in an year. So, you can get the online forms from the official website of the UPSC. For More Details on this topic you can check Overview of NDA Exam Here:- kollegetimes.com/careers/nda-na-exam-overview/
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yes it is one of the toughest course in India . there are also many other courses that are tough in India for example upsc exams that usually not an course it is just an exam conducted to serve for the government
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