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Which job is best under UPSC?
#1 IAS (Indian Administrative Service) #2 IPS (Indian Police Service) #3 IFS (Indian Foreign Service) #4 IRTS (Indian Railway Traffic Service) #5 IRS.
Which is highest post in UPSC?
Principal in the state or central secretariat. State chief secretary. Cabinet secretary.
What will happen if I clear UPSC?
If you clear UPSC exam like all the rounds including prelims,mains and interview,you’ll get an administrative job under Government of India which are IAS(Indian Administrative service),IPS(Indian Police service),IFS(Indian Foreign Service),IRS(Indian Revenue Service) and it will completely depend upon your rank after …
Is UPSC a stressful job?
The Civil service job profile is always collaboration where one needs to work with legislators, authorities, and average folks. The IAS officers encounter the greatest anxiety and stress when they need to face a substantial number of vulnerabilities and constantly changing the workplace.
Is UPSC very tough?
A lot of people consider the IAS exam to be the toughest exam in India. This is because of the very low pass percentage here. Also, there is a huge syllabus (check the UPSC syllabus in the link) to be covered not to mention the variety of topics one has to learn for it.
What are the 24 jobs in UPSC?
Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Indian Police Service (IPS) Indian Foreign Service (IFS) Indian Audit and Accounts Service (IA&AS) Indian Civil Accounts Service (ICAS) Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS) Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) Indian Defence Estates Service (IDES)
What is lowest IAS post?
Ans The lowest post of the IAS officer is the IAS trainee or IAS probationer given to them during the training period.
Who is boss of IAS?
The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is the administrative arm of the All India Services of Government of India. Cabinet Secretary (Central) and Chief Secretary (State) is the highest post for IAS officers.
What to do if I fail in UPSC?
Applying for other government exams. Other government initiatives selecting on the basis of UPSC performance. Pursuing Fellowship Programmes. Climbing up the corporate ladder. Working for a Non-Government Organisation. Becoming a teacher.
Can I clear UPSC in 3 attempts?
Statistics claim that only one in ten candidates taste UPSC success in the first attempt. A vast majority of the candidates clear the three rounds successfully in their subsequent attempts.