I am an MBA aspirant and also have an interest in being an IAS officer after my MBA, if given a chance and selected.
I just wanted to know if any other MBA student/aspirant/pass-out has similar aspirations and would like to discuss about the pitfalls and other matters regarding the Management subject optionals for IAS (UPSC - CSE exams).
If anyone knows someone who has done an MBA and then cleared UPSC, pls let us know on this thread. I am serious about it and hope there would be many people who would love to contribute to their NATION even after doing their MBA's also.
Optionals suitable for an MBA for the Civil Services Exam:
1. Economics and Management
2. Commerce and Management
(tell us about your optionals)
CSE 2008 notification at UPSC website:
P.S: For Mods : is it proper to have an IAS exam thread here discussing the Management subject and its optionals here? If it is so, pls allow this thread to continue.
if your aim is only IAS then you have to be among the top 25 in the CSE merit list
Also isn it too risky opion (I mean IAS) aftr yr Btech + 2 yr workX + MBA Coz I have heasrd horrer stories of guys giving up 3 - 4 precious years of their life for this exam and eventually end up with nothing...
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r u an MBA yet?
pls read the notifications in the Employment News or in the UPSC website.
Management as a subject is allowed in the MAINS paper of IAS exam.
But to qualify for mains u have to give the PRELIMS , where u can take Economics or Commerce etc which are taught in 1st yr ...
i also want to go for ias after doing mba ,plz suggest me wat to do,is there any chance for management graduate like me.our subjects are allowed there r not?u can call me also
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