Are you going to graduate from college soon and wondering what’s next?
Are you caught up exploring various career options after graduation?
The good thing is that these days there are numerous career options available to pursue after any academic stream, but, the problem is that vast majority of students do not have an inclination towards a specific career or job.
Students are inclined towards the idea of starting their careers, becoming financially independent and exploring the world outside their classrooms; but it is difficult for them to narrow down on a career or find a job that aligns with their interests and skills.
At the same time, there are plenty of young professionals who picked up a job in one or the other business functions like business management, engineering, accounting, HRM, designing, IT, data analytics, etc., and after a few years of working are again exploring career options which provide job satisfaction and meaningful purpose in life!
The decision you make after graduating college is crucial for both your career and personal growth.
In the last few years, we have seen a large number of college graduates and young professionals after having experienced the lure of corporate jobs in MNCs, considering to join the Civil Services of India.
The number of applicants appearing in the Civil Services Exam (CSE) of India has more than doubled in the last few years.
When it comes to career choices, the Civil Services of India has always been considered the best career choice for Arts graduates! But, of late, graduates and young professionals from Science, Commerce, Business Management, etc., all have started appearing for UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) to get into the prestigious Civil Services of India.
This phenomenon has now been accelerated further by COVID Pandemic which has resulted in loss of jobs for millions of people who were employed in private sector.
UPSC Civil Services Exam paves the way for becoming an IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS (20+ jobs/services) officer. The wide variety of jobs within the ambit of the Civil Services offer greater sphere of authority and power than any other services in India. Civil services offer the rare opportunity to satisfy personal ambition as well as indulge in social welfare.
Civil Services encompass all that a person aspires for:
A person who wants to participate closely in the process of building society and wants to bring about positive social change should certainly try for Indian Civil Services. There is nothing better than this! Learn about Benefits of UPSC preparation.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the Civil Services Exam (CSE) every year to recruit for the various civil services. CSE checks the knowledge of an aspirants in three different formats or stages.
For preparing for any exam the first requirement is to know about what one has to study, the UPSC Syllabus. UPSC has defined the syllabus separately for Prelims and Mains exams. However, the preparations are not to be done separately for these two stages. We can loosely say that Prelims syllabus is a subset of Mains syllabus. You can access the syllabus and other information about UPSC exam from this link https://www.rauias.com/about-civil-services-exam/upsc-syllabus/
Civil Services Exam (CSE) conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is considered to be one of the toughest exams in the world. The result of this exam is less than 1%. But remember,
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