Welcome IAS aspirants / Civil Services Exam aspirants
Journey from IAS aspirants to IAS Officer (UPSC - Civil Services)
Civil Servants are the livewires of India and carry great respect and responsibilities. India's best brains vie for entry into the Indian Civil Services as officers. Even though corporate jobs may offer the best of salaries and perks, a majority of youngsters and their parents still crave entry to the prestigious Indian Civil Services. The very fact that a big share of every year's top posts in the civil services exams are bagged by professionals from various streams, shows that the IAS is still the dream job for many.
In our effort to be of use to the various civil services aspirants here we present you tools and resources to give an edge to your preparation for the Civil Service. The competition being quite tough for the IAS examination, one has to be prepared to put in his best.
The Civil Services Examination is conducted by new Delhi-based Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The examination is also referred to as the IAS exam and thereby the term IASaspirants and henceforth a platform for them IASaspirants.com.
Civil Services Examination (for you Civil Services Examination 2012, Civil Services Examination 2013 or Civil Services Examination 2014) is one of the toughest exams in the country. To stay motivated for the UPSC, Civil Services Exam it is important to focus on the goal of becoming an IAS officer. Also you must set your target time of getting through the IAS exam and join the IAS in the current year. So if you fill the form for IAS 2012 in the year 2011 you must keep it in your mind that you have to make it to IAS 2011 batch, even at the moment you see the UPSC 2011 notification. The IAS exam by UPSC needs utmost dedication and clarity of commitment towards the exam. You must become familiar with the UPSC exam syllabus at the time of filling up your form or even before that, so that as soon as you see the UPSC exam schedule your own schedule for studies is ready and implemented immediately. The worst thing to do is to wait for the UPSC results of the prelims exam to start preparations for the mains. Your IAS preparation has to be continuous. Solving the previous years UPSC question papers is a must, but not an end in itself.
You will find within pages of this website a roadmap to success.
Benefits as registered member [to register click here]
Mentor and Guide for resolving all your queries and doubts
Updates on announcements by UPSC
Study Material on important topics particularly in General Studies
Regular Emails on Questions and Answers for CSAT and Civil Services (Mains)
Tips from IAS Toppers on Civil Services Exam
Information on Books, Magazines, Articles, etc.
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