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i am planning to prepare for Indian Adminstrative Services.Have heard that Comp Science is recently added as a subject butCould not find the syllabus of it.Please help me out.
 
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The magazine called Competition Success Review is your friend.
 
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Hi Agrah,

Are you sute that computer science was added as an option...?Anyways the pay(exclusive of bribes) for IAS seems to be very less...Is it OK for you

http://www.civilserviceindia.com/job-prospects-and-remuneration.html
[ December 24, 2006: Message edited by: Rambo Prasad ]
 
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The power IAS officer commands and 'respect' he earns is much more than Webservice developer in TCS.
 
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Originally posted by agrah upadhyay:
i am planning to prepare for Indian Adminstrative Services.Have heard that Comp Science is recently added as a subject butCould not find the syllabus of it.Please help me out.



I dont know CS is added as subject or not but I know one thing, is that preparing for IAS should not be taken lightly.

You have to really work hard. And its not only about mugging things in your mind but you really need bright brain.

I would suggest, first you clear your BE with flying colours and then start prearing immediatly for IAS (my 2 paisa, dont think of CS as subject in IAS )
Go to Delhi/Patna/Allahabad or anywhere where you know people are preparing for IAS, consult them and then decide your subjects.

All the best.
 
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I agree with R.K. CS is not a subject in IAS and get ready for long frustrating preparation.
 
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Thanks for you people's view.Not promiscuous i am in choosing my line.Am resolved to prepare fot it what may come.There is much more to do 'something' for people and bring revolution and amendments in this field no matter how less money is!This simple idea prevails in mind.i hope to do best.
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agrah upadhyay,
I had a friend of mine who was in Software field, who later went took up similar services for the Government. It is definately something that requires SERIOUS investment of time and effort. He had to leave his job (A very good position mind you) and start studying by isolating himself from the "rest of the world" and was preparing full time for almost a year. Getting through may take time but if efforts are genuine and sincere you will definately succeed! He did not succed in first attempt as in most cases but due to persistance and efforts he succeeded the second time. So one needs to be dead serious about it to make it happen.
Wishing you best success and luck!


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