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Which subject is best for IAS after MBBS?
There is no specific subject for MBBS. IAS exam is all about general studies , current affairs.
Which medical degree is best for UPSC?
You can crack the UPSC exam if you come from a BSc Medical background. Your background will help you in the optional subject section. You have many optional subjects which you can choose from to pull out some benefit from it.
Can I be both doctor and IAS?
Yes, you can definitely work as a doctor too after being an IAS. There are many IAS officers who are MBBS degree holders and then also they are working in the health department as an IAS officer. Hope you are clear now. Feel free to ask if you have any other queries.
Can a MBBS doctor crack UPSC?
A number of MBBS graduates, every year appear for the UPSC exams in order to crack the exam and become civil servants.
Is UPSC easy for medical students?
Preparation for Prelims with MBBS The answer to this is no. The subjects in the prelims are though not related to any medical-related subjects, they are easy and of secondary level. You can pass the prelims by reading the relevant subjects from NCERT books from class 6th to 10th.
Which is better MBBS or UPSC?
On the other hand an IAS officer is ‘A’ grade job in India ,you can say at the top of government jobs , in doctors profession you can expect some things like high salary and reputation but an IAS officer’s job is very much more than these little things ,after IAS exams eligible candidates are appointed as SDM, revenue …
How many MBBS become IAS?
Here are five doctors turned IAS officers. Shena Aggarwal, the topper of the 2011 UPSC Civil Services Examination (CSE), is a popular doctor-turned-IAS officer. Before bagging AIR-1 in CSE-2011, she had completed her MBBS from AIIMS, New Delhi in 2009 and also secured AIR-305 in CSE-2010.
Can I give UPSC in 4th year of MBBS?
Hello there! MBBS is an undergraduate course consisting of 4.5 years of course study and one year of compulsory internship, making it a 5.5 years long course. As far as IAS exam i.e UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is concerned, the eligible candidates must have completed their graduation.
Which IAS officer is also a doctor?
Priyanka Shukla had just finished her MBBS from King George Medical College in Lucknow in 2006 when she decided that she wants to become an IAS officer.
Is surgery allowed in IAS?
Diseases like hernia, varicose veins, hydrocele, haemorrhoids, etc. are declared temporarily unfit and should be declared fit after successful surgery. Candidates with malignancies at the time of entry to service are declared unfit. Candidates with transplanted organs are declared unfit.