Sunday, 19 June 2016

Special Class Railway Apprentice SCRA

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Special Class Railway Apprentice (SCRA) Exam is conducted by the the Union Public Service Commission of India for the selection of candidates for apprenticeship of four year. After the selection candidate are refers to Mechanical Engineering programme at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Jamalpur for Indian Railway Services.
After the successfully completion of training, SCRA are absorbed as Group A officers in the Indian Railway Service organization of Mechanical Engineering also know as IRSME. After the training of officers at Indian Railway Service organization then they are posted in the junior scale to the senior scale officers.

Special Class Railway Apprentice SCRA 


Indian Railway Services SCRA
Special Class Railway Apprentice (SCRA) Exam is conducted by the the Union Public Service Commission of India. The notice for the SCRA entrance exam , along with form and syllabus, is notified by the UPSC around the months of June–July.

Indian Railway Services SCRA Important Dates

Notification Date: October, 2016
Last Date to Apply: November, 2016
SCRA Exam Date: January, 2017

Indian Railway Services SCRA Eligibility :


Educational : You must have passed or pursuing any degree with mathematics physics and chemistry or its equivalent in first division from recognized university of India and other institute that is approved by the Government of India.

Indian Railway Services SCRA Age Limit :

Age : Your age should be between 17 to 21 year on 1st January of the SCRA Exam. There is age relaxation available for SC/ST candidates.

Indian Railway Services SCRA Exam Pattern :


There is three part in the Railway services exam carrying 600 marks.All three paper consists of objective type question paper.There is negative marking for every wrong answer. The Paper 1 is for selection of candidates for next paper which is of 200 marks.The paper 2 and paper 3 carrying 200 marks each.
Indian Railway Services SCRA Exam

Monday, 13 June 2016

Indian Engineering Services IES Exam

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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts Engineering Services Examination (ESE) for recruitment to the Indian Engineering Services (IES) including Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. The Engineering Services Examination (ESE) is conducted for selection of best engineer candidates in organization of India like Central Engineering Service (CES) , Military Engineering Services (MES) and Indian Railway Service of Engineers (IRSE) etc.

About Indian Engineering Services ( IES )


Indian Engineering Services ( IES ) is also the part of civil services of India. Indian Engineering Services is responsible of the managing technical function of the Government of India. We all knows that Government of India recruit its civil servants on the basis of merit list of competitive examinations. There are large number of candidates who gives these competitive exams for getting selected for one of the best civil services.
Indian Engineering Services (IES) officers are selected by the Central Government of India on the recommendations of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) . The competitive exam for IES is a combined entrance exam of 4 stages conducted by the UPSC. The combined entrance exam of IES is also know as Engineering Services Examination (ESE). The Union Public Service Commission conducts Engineering Services Examination every year for recruitment of candidates to the Indian Engineering Services.

Eligibility For Engineering Services Examination (ESE)


The Eligibility criteria for Indian Engineering Services ( IES ) are following :
Nationality : Candidate should be a citizen of India.

Education : Candidates should have a degree in Engineering from a recognized University or its equivalents. Those candidates who are in their final year of engineering degree and equivalent are also eligible for IES or ESE.

Age : Candidates ages should be between 21 to 30 years as on 1st January. Age relaxation for candidates are also available as per the government rules.

Important Dates of Engineering Services  Examination ( ESE )

Date of Notification: 27 February, 2016
Last Date to Apply: 25 March, 2016
Date of Exam: 27 May, 2016

Pattern of Engineering Services Examination ( ESE )



The IES competitive exam consists of two part. The Part 1 paper comprises of only objective type questions and Part 2 paper comprises conventional Papers. The UPSC covers entire syllabus of IES for the competitive ESE exam. Candidates need to clear the written ESE examination for next phase of exam that is personality test conducted by the UPSC .          
Download General Ability Test Syllabus  
Category I: Download Civil Engineering Syllabus
Category II: Download Mechanical Engineering Syllabus

Category III: Download Electrical Engineering Syllabus

Category IV: Download Electronics & Communication Engineering Syllabus

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

National Defence Academy (NDA) Exam

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The National Defence Academy (NDA) is also an entity of the Indian Armed Force. The NDA is Joint Services Academy of Armed force of India where the cadets of three services are trained together. After the completion of training , NDA cadets goes to their respective Service Academy. The National Defence Academy is one of the best tri-service (Army, the Navy and the Air Force ) Academy of its kind in the world located at Khadakwasla near Pune, Maharashtra.

National Defence Academy (NDA)

National Defence Academy (NDA) Exam


Candidates are selected for the National Defence Academy via written test held twise a year. The Union Public Service Commission conducts the NDA Exam for admission of candidates to the Army, Navy and Air Force wings of the National Defence Academy. The candidates who clears the written NDA exam are called for Interview and medical test. At last phase of NDA Exam Only 300 cadets/candidates are accepted to the Academy in which 195 cadets are accepted for Army , 66 for the Air Force, 39 for the Navy.

Important Dates For National Defence Academy (NDA)

Date of Notification: 2 January, 2016
Last Date to Apply: 29 January, 2016
Date of Exam: 17 April, 2016

Eligibility Criteria For National Defence Academy (NDA)


All candidates must have a minimum of any of the following educational qualifications.
For Army Wing of NDA : Candidate should have passed 12th class or its equivalent.
For Air Force and Naval Wings of NDA : Candidate should have passed 12th class with Physics and Mathematics or its equivalent.

Age Limit For National Defence Academy (NDA)

Candidate age should be between 16 and 19 years.

Exam Pattern For National Defence Academy (NDA)


NDA/NA Exam comprises of two paper and both the papers are of objective type questions. There is negative mark for every wrong answers.The Paper A is English paper which has 50 questions and the paper B is General Ability Test paper which has 100 General Knowledge questions.

Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam

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Like Indian Administrator Services , the Combined Defence Services (CDS) Examination is also conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to recruit the candidates into the Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy, Indian Air Force Academy and Officers Training Academy. The Union Public Service Commission conducts Combined Defence Services Exam twise a year. The UPSC announce the notification of the CDS exam in the month of October and June respectively every year. The Combined Defence Services Exam conducts twise a year in the month of February and November respectively.

Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam 

Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam
The Combined Defence Services Exam is Entrance exam for getting into Indian Military Academy (IMA), Indian Naval Academy (INA), Air Force Academy (AFA) and Officers Training Academy (OTA). Only unmarried and graduate candidates are allowed to fill the application form and sit for CDS Examination. Candidates whosoever cleared the first phase of CDS exam are invited by the Services Selection Board (SSB) for the Interview.

Eligibility For Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam

Indian Military Academy (IMA) / Officers Training Academy (OTA) : For IMA / OTA , You must have a degree in any decipline from a recognized university. You must have Provisional mark sheet at time of Inteviews.
Air Force Academy (AFA) : For AFA , You must have a degree from a recognised University with Mathematics and Physics at 10+2 level or Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)/Bachelor of Engineering(B.E.) Degree.

Indian Naval Academy (INA) : For INA , You must have Bachelor of science(B.Sc.) with Physics & Mathematics or Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)/Bachelor of Engineering(B.E.) Degree from a recognized university.

Important Dates For Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam

Notification Date: 16 July , 2016
Last Date to Apply: 12 August , 2016 
CDS Exam Date: 23 October , 2016

Age For Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam

Officers Training Academy (OTA) : For OTA, Candidates age should be between 19 to 25 years old.
Indian Military Academy (IMA) : For IMA, Candidates age should be between 19 to 24 years old .

Air Force Academy (AFA) : For AFA, Candidates age should be between 19 to 23 years old.

Indian Naval Academy (INA) : For INA, Candidates age should be between 19 to 22 years old.

Exam Pattern For Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam

The Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam Comprise of three paper of 100 marks each. Candidates gets only two hour for each paper which consist of 120 questions. There is negative marking for each wrong answer.The Elementary Mathematics is not required for those candidates who are attempting CDS exam for Officers Training Academy (OTA).
Three Paper of Combined Defence Services (CDS) Exam :
S.No. Paper / Subject             Questions Duration   Marks
1. English                                  120            2 Hours   100
2. General Knowledge              120            2 Hours   100
3. Elementary Mathematics      100            2 Hours   100

Syllabus & Pattern for UPSC’s IAS Examination

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Syllabus & Pattern for UPSC’s IAS Examination : Indian Administration Services (IAS) is one of the most best and prestigious service of India. IAS is also consider as one the most toughest examination in India. Union Public Service Commission also know as UPSC holds IAS Examination in the month of August-December every year. UPSC’s IAS exam offers most eminent post to selected candidates in India. So every year lakhs of candidates apply for IAS Exam.

Syllabus & Pattern for UPSC’s IAS Examination


Syllabus & Pattern for IAS Examination
Large number of candidates thinks of preparing for IAS exam but some of them is misguided by others about syllabus and patterns. So for those who are thinking to prepare for IAS exam or those are to apply for IAS Exam we’re going to provide you a complete details on syllabus and pattern of IAS Examination. We are providing a IAS syllabus in details so that you do not need to go else where and can start preparing from today.

Three Phase of IAS Exam


UPSC conducts Civil Services Examination every year in three phase .Candidates has to clear every phase to get into next phase of Civil Services Exam.
The three phase of Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC are :

Phase 1: UPSC’s IAS Preliminary Examination or CSAT (Objective Section) : The Civil Services Preliminary Examination is for selection of candidates for the Main Examination

Phase 2: UPSC’s IAS Main Examination (Subjective Section) : The Civil Services Main Examination is for the selection of candidates for IAS Interview.

Phase 3: UPSC’s IAS Interview (Vocal Section) : Civil Services Interview is the last phase of civil service examiantion in which candidates are interviewed and offered Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) according to the marks and rank obtained by candidates.

Syllabus & Pattern for UPSC’s IAS Examination


Phase 1: Syllabus & Pattern for UPSC’s IAS Preliminary Examination
Civil Service Aptitude Test is also know as CSAT is the first phase of IAS Exam conducted by UPSC. In First phase of UPSC’s IAS exam the aptitude test is of objective type and numbers you gets in CSAT will not be calculated in final result. CSAT contains Reasoning and Analytical questions. CSAT has two paper of 200 marks each and candidates has only two hour for CSAT exam. Click here for CSAT syllabus

Phase 2: Main Examination Syllabus (1750 Marks):
The civil services main examination is second phase of UPSC’s IAS exam. It contsists of 8 paper are of 250 marks each.You need atleast passing marks in each paper to clear this phase of IAS exam. Click here for IAS Main Examination
Phase 3: Interview and Personality Test (275 Marks)
This is the third phase of UPSC’s IAS Exam in which you have to go for interview.The Interview is also of 250 marks so you also need to take passing marks in interview to get selected for IAS, IPS,IFS and IRS.

How to Apply for IAS 2016 Exam ?

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How to Apply for IAS 2016 Exam and what is eligibility for IAS 2016 : IAS is the most prestige job of India. Every third candidates want to become IAS officers applied for civil service exam for getting dream Job. Most of them start preparing one and two year ago to crack this exam because they know its not eay to crack civil service exam. Candidate work really hard and study beyond the time limit only to get into civil services at any cost.

How to Apply for IAS 2016 Exam ? 

How to Apply for IAS Exam
There are huge number of candidates who apply for the civil service exam so to become an IAS officer. Every one know that there is only few post in civil service exam including IAS, IPS, IFS and IRS etc. Most of candidates wants to be only an IAS officer so there much competitive for IAS post but some candidates fill more option so that they won’t miss any chance to get into civil service exam. How ever only few candidates get selected for civil service.
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How To Become An IAS Officer ?

How To Prepare For The Civil Services Exam 2016 ?



Notification for UPSC Civil Services Examination
Notification for UPSC Civil Services Examination is out for candidates who want to fill or apply for Civil Services. The last date for receipt of application is May 20th 2016. The Preliminary Civil Services Examination will be conducted by UPSC on 7th August 2016.
You can check official notification :http://www.upsc.gov.in/exams/calendar/2016/Exam_Calender_English_2016.pdf 

Who is eligibility for IAS 2016 Exam ?

1. Education Qualification for IAS 2016:
⦁ To apply for civil services or IAS , Candidates must have a degree in any discipline from recognized University and other educational Institution.
⦁ Those Candidates who are appearing for final year of degree and who are waiting for the final result are eligible to apply for IAS.
2. Nationality for IAS 2016 :
⦁ Candidate must be a Citizen of India to apply for the Indian Administrative Service, the Indian Police Services and the Indian Revenue Services etc.
3. Age Limit and Number of Attempts for IAS Exam 2016:
⦁ Age of Candidates must be between 21 and 32 year. Candidates age should be 21 years and should not be more than 32 years.
⦁ General Category candidates can attempts Civil Service and IAS Exam 6 time till the age of 32 years.
⦁ OBC Category candidates can attempts Civil Service and IAS Exam 9 time till the age of 35 years.
⦁ SC/SC Category candidates can attempts Civil Service and IAS Exam unlimited time till the age of 37 years.
⦁ Physically Handicapped candidates can attempts Civil Service and IAS Exam 9 time for General and OBC and unlimited for SC/SC category till the age 42, 45 and 47 years for General, OBC and SC/ST category respectively.

How to Apply for IAS 2016 Exam ? 

⦁ Candidates can apply for IAS 2016 via both online and offiline mode.
⦁ Candidates are Adviced to apply via online mode.
⦁ To apply via offline mode click here. www.upsconline.nic.in
⦁ Go to the official website of the UPSC : www.upsc.gov.in
⦁ Click on link to ” UPSC ONLINE APPLICATIONS ” .
⦁ Click here to apply for IAS 2016.
⦁ There is two stage in IAS 2016 application form which you have to fill step wise.
⦁ Candidates are adviced to fill up IAS 2016 application form carefully.
⦁ Candidates name should be matched with educational documents
⦁ Upload your recent photo and signature in asked pixel.
⦁ Once done you need to make payment which you can do either online and offline.
⦁ For offline payment you need to take print out of the SBI Bank receipt to pay fees in the Bank.
⦁ The Printed SBI Bank receipt is to be used for payment of IAS 2016 application Fee.
⦁ If You’ve applied or applying via offline mode then you need to send your filled application form to mentioned address before the last date of submission of IAS aplication form 2016.

CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION : Pattern of Exam & Salary

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CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION


The Indian civil services is considered as one of the best service of India Introduced in 1855. After the introduction of Indian civil services so many things are changed including its Indian administrative services. The civil services is the best way to became an IAS, IPS and IFS officers.

Civil Service Examination

Civil Services Examination
Most of the student who are inspired to become IAS, IPS and IFS officer applied for the civil service every year till they become IAS. Civil service offers an attractive carrer and prestige which inspire student to become IAS , IPS and IFS officers.

Civil Services Salary 

The services offers job security, prestige, good salary package and foreign tour. Once you became IAS you have responisbilty of making government policies and implementing what ever policies you have made for nation. So IAS officer has to do wide variety of work in civil services. IAS offers job security because once you’re selected you will have to serve nation till the age of 60. You also do not need to worry about the salary of Indian civil services because salary of IAS officer is around 60000. After the 7 pay commission salary of IAS has increased further. Not only you get salary and job security but you also gets facilities which every officers gets.

Become Civil Service Offers

To become IAS officer, candidates has to go through compititive exam that is Indian Administrative Service (IAS) examination is conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) every year. There are three stages in Civil Services Examination.Large number of candidates apply for Civil Services Examination every year but only few of them reach last stage of Civil Services Examination that is Interview. Thus candidates are adviced to start preparing before a year for Civil Services Exam.
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Pattern of Civil Services Examination

Union Public Service Commission also called as UPSC conducts Civil Services Examination every year in three stage. Candidates has to clear every stage to get into next stage of Civil Services Exam.
The three stage of Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC are :
(i) Civil Services Preliminary Examination : IAS Preliminary Exam is of objective type.IAS Preliminary Exam contains two paper. This Preliminary Exam , is for selection of candidates for the Main Examination, in which candidates has to take passing marks to get into next stage of IAS Main Exam.
(ii) Civil Services Main Examination : IAS Main Exam is written exam. Civil Services main examiantion is for the selection of candidates for the next stage that is Civil Services Interview.

(ii) Civil Services Interview : After clearing Civil Services Preliminary Exam and Main Exam candidates reach final stage of IAS exam. In Civil Services Interview candidates are interviewed and once candidates cleared this stage of Civil Services Examination candidates is selected for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) etc.