January 20, 2021

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HOW TO BECOME AN IAS OFFICER

If the government makes laws, those policies are enforced by civil servants. Government has the power to make or break the policy, but all Indian civil servants work to enforce certain policies by the central and state government and also to provide input on government decision-making. Many youngsters believe in how to represent the nation as an IAS officer.

There are three main services in All India Service Machinery:

The Branch of The Indian Police (IPS)
The Indian Service for the Forest (IFS)
And among all Indian Administrative Services, the most successful (IAS)

They’re responsible for shaping the nation’s bureaucratic backbone. Now you have to wonder what exactly is an IAS officer doing?

Well an IAS officer is assisted by the ruling party in framing the policies and administration. They are responsible for implementing the policies in the region and are also responsible for providing input on the efficacy and status of the policies implemented, on the basis of which the government can take further action. Most of them are accountable to Parliament and state legislatures for all. Their roles include disbursement of funds in their jurisdictions, collection of taxes, maintenance of law and order, and many other crisis management personnel. They begin their duties at the sub divisional level. They may be a district magistrate, collector or commissioner as district level. They may also be deputed to serve with IAS officers as cabinet secretary, joint secretary, deputy secretary. This work ultimately entails great responsibility and also the ability to better society.

Here comes the wage part now. The essence of the work, then, is very difficult and challenging. An IAS officer gets around Rs. 60000 per month plus HRA and TA as per the 7th Pay Board. A senior officer of Ias who works as secretary of the cabinet will make up to Rs. 2. Monthly Lakh.

You should have atleast graduation degree for how to become an IAS officer, correspondence degrees are also eligible, and final year students may also attempt the test. UPSC, however is very stringent on the age limit. The age limit is between 21 years and 32 years. Age relaxation of 3 years and 5 years respectively is required for the OBC and SC/ST groups. There will be 2 papers of a qualifying nature for the preliminary process. For the key review, those who cleared it will appear in which there are 7 papers on the basis of the subjects you chose. This exam’s success rate is even less than 1%, even then student lakhs try their luck every year to join the Indian bureaucracy.