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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2014, 08:00:52 am »
Salary

Pay scales of an IAS officer-

1. Junior Scale -

 newly recruited officer - Sub-Divisional Magistrate

Pay Band Rs 15,600 - Rs 39,100 Grade Pay Rs
5400

2.Senior time Scale -

Chief Development
Officer in District or
Joint Secretary in State
or Under Secretary in
Central government

Pay Band Rs 15600 - Rs
39100 Grade Pay Rs 6600

3. Junior Administrative Grade -

District collector or the
Municipal Commissioner
or a Deputy Secretary in
the central government

Pay Band Rs
15,600 - Rs 39,100 Grade Pay Rs 7,600

4. Selection Grade-

District collector
or
Special Secretary in the
state government or a
Director in the central
government

 Pay Band Rs 37,400 - 67,000
Grade Pay Rs 8,700

5. Super Time Scale -

 20 years to reach this stage-
Secretary in state
government or position
of Joint Secretary to Government of India  or
Divisional
Commissioners

Pay Band Rs 37,400 - Rs 67,000 Grade Pay Rs
10,000

6.Above Super Time Scale -

Principal secretaries/Financial
Commissioners in
states, Additional
Secretaries to the
Government of India

Pay Band Rs 37,400 - Rs 67,000 Grade Pay of
Rs 12,000

7. The Apex Pay Scale-

Chief Secretary of
States, Union
Secretaries in charge of
various ministries of
Government of India

Rs 80,000 (fixed) no
Grade Pay


8.Cabinet Secretary Grade-

Cabinet Secretary of India
 
Rs 90,000 (fixed)
no Grade Pay
 
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #16 on: July 17, 2014, 08:08:42 am »
PERKS

apart from the power and prestige, IAS officers enjoys a lot of perks. Here is a list of few.

1. Excellent  accommodation at minimal rates
2. Household help and security guards
3. Official vehicles
4. Free electricity
5. Free phone call facility
6. High level of job security
7. Option for taking study leave abroad
8. Lifetime pension and other retirement benefits
9. All perks offered to PSU officers
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #17 on: July 17, 2014, 10:58:22 pm »
it has never been asked in interview probably but will surely test you.

HARDEST LOGIC PUZZLE EVER

Three gods A, B, and C are called,
in no particular order, True, False,
and Random. True always speaks
truly, False always speaks falsely,
but whether Random speaks truly
or falsely is a completely random
matter. Your task is to determine
the identities of A, B, and C by
asking three yes-no questions ;
each question must be put to
exactly one god. The gods
understand English, but will
answer all questions in their own
language, in which the words for
yes and no are da and ja , in some
order. You do not know which
word means which.

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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #18 on: July 18, 2014, 10:35:12 pm »
IAS PROBATIONERS INDUCTION TRAINING PROGRAMME


1. Foundational Training: This
training is imparted to probationers
of the All India Services / the IAS /
the IPS/ the IFS (Indian Forest
Service) and the various Central
Services (Group-A) of the Union.
The training aims at imparting a
basic understanding of the
constitutional, political, socio-
economic and legal framework of
the country.
(15 weeks)

2. IAS Professional Training, Phase-
I : The training aims to develop
and improve  the professional skills in
handling a large range of
responsibilities that an officer holds within the first ten yearsof service.
(26 weeks)

3. District Training: This is the most
significant part of the IAS
Probationer’s training. During
District Training, the officer
trainees learn about the various
facets of administration at the
district level. They are required to
do assignments for the Academy,
based on field studies in the
district. Here the probationer gets knowledge of the
functioning of administration at the district level.
(52 weeks)

4. IAS Professional Training, Phase-
II : The IAS Training of Phase-II is
designed to consolidate the
learning and assignment of the
district experiences gained over one
year in the field with the technical
constructs taught earlier.
(6 weeks)
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #19 on: July 18, 2014, 10:35:20 pm »
IAS PROBATIONERS INDUCTION TRAINING PROGRAMME


1. Foundational Training: This
training is imparted to probationers
of the All India Services / the IAS /
the IPS/ the IFS (Indian Forest
Service) and the various Central
Services (Group-A) of the Union.
The training aims at imparting a
basic understanding of the
constitutional, political, socio-
economic and legal framework of
the country.
(15 weeks)

2. IAS Professional Training, Phase-
I : The training aims to develop
and improve  the professional skills in
handling a large range of
responsibilities that an officer holds within the first ten yearsof service.
(26 weeks)

3. District Training: This is the most
significant part of the IAS
Probationer’s training. During
District Training, the officer
trainees learn about the various
facets of administration at the
district level. They are required to
do assignments for the Academy,
based on field studies in the
district. Here the probationer gets knowledge of the
functioning of administration at the district level.
(52 weeks)

4. IAS Professional Training, Phase-
II : The IAS Training of Phase-II is
designed to consolidate the
learning and assignment of the
district experiences gained over one
year in the field with the technical
constructs taught earlier.
(6 weeks)
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #20 on: July 18, 2014, 11:22:59 pm »
3 ways by which one can become an IAS officer-

1.direct through civil services examination
2.by promotion from state civil services
3.by promotion of state officials(not state civil services)

1st is the shortest and best way to reach the goal. others may require time and depends on other factors like vacancies of IAS .
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #21 on: July 18, 2014, 11:35:44 pm »
CADRE ALLOCATION

There is one cadre in each Indian state, except for three joint cadres:
1)Assam–Meghalaya,
2) Manipur–Tripura, and
3)Arunachal Pradesh–Goa–Misogamy–Union
Territories

cadre allocation of officers who
come as direct recruits is made in two parts. The
insiders (that is, those who belong to a particular
State) are allotted on the basis of merit-cum-
option, while the outsiders are allotted States
according to alphabetical order, irrespective of
their position in the merit list and the choices
indicated by them. The procedure is opaque and can be manipulated by influential probationers.there are few cases of this.

 insider-outsider ratio (ratio of officers who
are posted in their home states) is maintained as
1:2. Earlier,  there was no choice for any state
cadre and the candidates, if not placed in the
their home states, they were allotted
to different states in alphabetic order of the
roster, beginning with the letters A,H,M,T for that
particular year.it ensures that officers are permanently placed in one state.

marriage is the only way to change the cadre. one can take up spouse' s cadre. it is called cadre based marriage.
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #22 on: July 22, 2014, 11:26:02 am »
IAS FAQ

1. Can a candidate who has completed his
education from an open school/ University apply
for Commission’s Examination?
Ans. Yes, provided it is a recognized University
and he possess the educational qualifications
prescribed for the exam and is otherwise eligible.

2. Can a candidate choose an optional subject,
which he has not studied at graduate/PG level?
Ans. Yes,he can choose the subject.

3. Is it necessary for a candidate to take the
same optional subject in the Main Exam, which
he had taken in the prelims Examination?
Ans. No.

4. If a candidate has applied for the CS (P)
Examination but has not appeared at any paper
in the CS (P) Examination will it be counted as
an attempt?
Ans. No. An attempt is counted only if a
candidate has appeared in at least one paper in
CS (P) Examination

5. Is a candidate who has done his graduation
without passing class X and class X11 eligible
for Civil Service Examination?
Ans. Yes,eligibility is fulfilled.

6. If the overall marks of two or more
candidates are equal, how is relative merit
between such candidates decided?
Ans. 'Tie-breaking' principles listed below are
applied to decide inter se merit among candidates
having the same overall marks.
i. Candidate securing more marks in the
Compulsory Papers and the Personality Test put
together is to be ranked higher;
ii. In case where the marks mentioned at (i) above
are equal, the candidate senior in age is to be
ranked higher; and
iii. In case where the (i) and (ii) above are same,
then the candidate getting more marks in the
compulsory papers is to be ranked higher.
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #23 on: July 22, 2014, 11:41:35 am »
The UPSC has notified 1291 post this year which
is the largest number of Posts in the last 25
years.
Vacancies includes 26 vacancies reserved for P.H.
Category, i.e. 12 vacancies for LDCP, 2 Vacancies
for B/LV and 12 Vacancies for H.I. The
final number of vacancies may undergo change
after getting firm number of vacancies from Cadre
Controlling Authorities.
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #24 on: July 22, 2014, 01:34:34 pm »
IAS 2014 TOPPER GAURAV AGGARWAL INTERVIEW

Cp : XXX , you did this , did that, worked
here … why left that job for civil
services ?
Me : Mam ’ , it was due to a combination of
professional and personal reasons . The
professional reasons include the mature
of the civil services job . It gives a wide
scope for public service , it gives wide
decision making powers at our age , and it
is so challenging and dynamic . Personal
reasons included I wanted to come back
to India , parental aspirations and also
this job has a lot of respect in the society
Cp : didn ’t you like that job? There was
so much money as well .
Me : Mam ’ , money is not everything. I
realised that when one has to work for
30 -35 Years money cannot be the
motivation . One has to look at larger
things , so I switches because of factors
mentioned earlier.
Cp : What has been the role of media in
influencing people in the elections gone
by?
Me : Media played a very important role .
For example, the way it covered Mr.
Modi’ s Varanasi road show … the way it
was showing the massive crowd… all
swayed the people . What was happening
in UP was being seen right in our rooms
24 ×7 in Rajasthan, Maharashtra , all over
India . Moreover, there was massive
advertising
M1 : what are biosphere reserves ?
Me : they are regions of great ecological
significance so notified by the
government.
M1 : difference between biosphere
reserves , national parks , wildlife
sanctuaries ?
Me : Sir I am not very clear about it , but
from what I know , sanctuaries are
notified as such by the state government ,
and biosphere reserves by the central
government.
M1 : And the national parks ?
Me : Sorry sir , I don ’ t know .
M1 : You are from Bharatpur?
Me : Sir I was born there…
M1 : Bharatpur has a national park or
sanctuary?
Me : A national park… Keoladeo National
Park
M1 : have u been there ?
Me : Yes sir, Bharatpur is my nanihal … so
as a child I used to go there on morning
walk with my nanaji ( grandparent ) .
M1 : how should we protect
environment ?
Me : First we need to empower and
involve the local communities. Because
they are the ones who are closest to
forests , know best about it and are
dependent upon it. On the contrary, our
laws tend to centralize powers in the
hands of the forest department . Second ,
we need to change our accounting system
to one which includes the value of
ecological services . Right now it is only
GDP where these ecological services are
given zero weight . We need to give these
services a tangible value in project
appraisals .
M1 : In project appraisals , what are the
social costs ?
Me : Typical project appraisals only
capture the market prices or costs to
private parties . Social costs are the costs
to the society . There may be instances
where the cost to private party may be
different from the cost to the society . For
example, if a project is being setup which
will lead to migration , the cost of
migration for the private operator may be
taken as 0, but it will have real costs on
society in terms of destruction of family
structure, destruction of social capital…
M2 : u acted n edited a movie in the
college . What was it ?
Me : It was a small movie we made based
on then released Kaante. We were a
group of students studying in our college
who get caught by the dean while
cheating in an exam . The dean expels us .
So we decide to take a revenge on the
professors by looting the bank where they
used to keep their savings . We get
caught doing that also and end up as
sweeper, waiter etc .
Cp : How did you loot the bank?
Through computers ?
Me : No mam , we looted it physically like
in the movie kaante .
M2 : what was the message of the
movie ?
Me : It was a fun movie sir .
M2 : fun movie . . Still there would be
some message .
Me : Sir the message was that if one
resorts to shortcuts in life , bad things
happens to him ultimately.
M2 : You talked about media earlier
Social media . What is it and what are
its pros and cons ?
Me : Social media is via internet, sites like
facebook , twitter , Google, blogs where
users can share and interact . Its
advantage is that it can preserve freedom
of speech , specially in cases of autocratic
government. For instance, in Turkey , the
government tried to curb Twitter but it
failed . Now this advantage also leads to
its disadvantage. Because of the
anonymity it offers and difficulty in
suppressing its content… if we suppress
one handle , people can create a new one
and publish… it can lead to many
problems. We saw last year how it led to
exodus of people of North East from
Bangalore, Pakistan uses it to flare up
communal tensions in India …
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #25 on: July 22, 2014, 01:40:24 pm »
M2 : u blog… What do u blog about ?
Me : I write about the things which I am
doing , my observations , inferences ,
learnings . For example, the last blog I
wrote was on the budget and economy of
India , what are the challenges , what
should be done . When I used to work in
XXX , I used to write about markets , how
to trade .
M2 : u want to write a book . What kind
of book ?
Me : Sir , I presently write about things I
see , my inferences and observations. So
the book would be about that only .. what
I see and learn in the field over next
10 -15 years.. the problems I see and what
policy measures we can adopt to solve
them .
M2 : u have a well built body n good
height … Don’t you play any sports ?
Me : ( I was thinking I played so many
sports , but to answer like that may expose
me to questions from any sport) Sir I used
to play football in college .
Cp : Yes he has mentioned that in the
form …
M2 : what position in football ?
Me : I was the goalkeeper .
M2 : don ’t you play cricket ?
Me : Yes sir, but only at the gully , street
level .
M2 : what is the role of the leg umpire ?
Me : Sir , first if there is any overhead
wide , then he calls it because he is in a
better position to see . Then in case of
runouts, he can see better. Finally , if the
main umpire has any doubts, he can
assist him .
M2 : should , ’t we replace umpire by
technology ?
Me : There would be practical problems in
that . The decision of the third umpire
comes after a lot of delay. So if we keep
referring each appeal to the third umpire ,
there would be too many breaks in the
game. Secondly , even the technology is
not so accurate and we have seen some
glaring errors being committed by it.
M3 : (Some long story of Bangalore local
government acquiring land for a foreign
company ) government acquiring land
for private companies. . Isn ’ t this abuse
of governmental power ?
Me : Sir , if we leave land entirely to
private players i . e. the private company
buys it directly from the owners, there
would be a market failure. Because say a
company wants 100 acres to build a
factory and buys 99 acres . The remaining
1 acre guy would get a veto power on the
project . He may say give me 10 times the
price of land otherwise you will not have
your project . So we need governmental
intervention in acquisition of land . But
the real issue here is that the original
owners must get full compensation and
rehabilitation . What we should do is to
give a part of the developed land back to
the original owners … the value of
developed land is generally much more
than that of undeveloped land … this way
even they can become stakeholders in
growth and there won ’ t be any protests
and development can happen.
M3 : difference between vision , Mission,
aims and objectives ?
Me : Sir vision is at the top… its the broad
overarching destination . For example, the
government can have the vision that the
governance reaches to that last
person .. the poorest man . Mission are the
strategies which one can adopt to reach
vision . The mission can be , use of
technology for better delivery of services ,
climate friendly ( : O I don ’ t know how
this came to my mind ) mission , poverty
elimination mission …
M3 : Aims and objectives ?
Me : ( thinking and trying ) Aim could be
we will reduce poverty by 2% per annum .
M3 : Isn ’ t that target ?
Me : Sorry sir , I am unable to tell about
aims and objectives .
M3 : difference between planned and
market economy?
Me : Market economy is one where private
sector plays a dominant role . The
decisions of price and quantity produced
are governed by market forces of supply
and demand . Planned economy is like the
one we have. There can be 2 types … one
we had before 1991 where state was
dominant , it used to fix the price and
quantity produced mainly via PSUs . Then
after 1991 , we have moved to indicative
planning .
M3 : what are SEZs and your view on it ?
Me : SEZs are special economic zones
where the private operators are given a
host of incentives to operate. It was a
good concept … We have seen how SEZs
have led to huge development in China.
But the SEZ policy has come in for
criticism that it has become a land grab
scheme. Private operators are acquiring
land in the name of SEZ but are not
setting up any industry there, merely
using it for real estate. Then the idea
behind SEZ was to provide good
infrastructure facilities also . But the size
of our SEZs is so small . China has 5- 6
large SEZs where it has provided all
facilities . What we really need is a proper
implementation of the policy. We need to
have a few large SEZs instead of hundreds
of small ones and then provide good
governance and infrastructure there.
M4 : your hobby is following
macroeconomy and forming trading
views . How ?
Me : Sir I used to do this earlier in my
job .
M4 : but that was ur job, not hobby..
Me : Yes sir, earlier it was my job . But
after quitting , I have pursued it as a
hobby.
M4 : Do you know about the trends in TV
sector ? Do you watch TV?
Me : No sir , not much ( watch ) . As for the
trends , I don ’ t know about the individual
Companies but for the sector overall …
M4 : ownership of media houses
(Ambani deal) by corporates and
politicians . There was a news even
today. Is such a thing dangerous for
economy, for democracy ?
Me : Yes sir, it is very dangerous for the
economy and democracy because freedom
of media may be compromised. Most of
these media houses are running into
losses which lead them prone to such
acquisitions .
M4 : The media can also blackmail the
government and corporates . .
Me : Yes sir, and as we saw in the coal
scam coverage last year , Zee news was
accused of demanding bribes from Jindal
for suppressing the adverse coverage .
M4 : can we prevent it ? How ?
Me : By separating the editor team from
owners .
M4 : but is separation of editing team
and management possible? How is it
possible when both are in the same
company ?
Me : It is possible . In my previous job ,
there was a part of the bank which
worked closely with companies and had
access to private information . We , on the
other hand, were on the public side and
had no such access. This separation was
made possible by our internal compliance
team , auditors and central bank. Similarly
in media , this
separation should be enforced by their
compliance , auditors and an external
regulatory.
M4 : what are the things the new
government should be doing in the
economy?
Me : Sir , firstly, the new government
should address the policy issues . For
example, retrospective taxation,
increasing FDI , cutting red tape , giving
more confidence to bureaucrats…
M4 : but they are against FDI in retail .
Me : Yes sir, FDI in retail is a bit of a grey
area . But in other sectors , they are saying
to allow FDI up to 49% via automatic
route except for 3- 4 sectors . Even in
defence they are allowing FDI up to 49,
74 and 100 % depending upon the kind of
technology which is brought in .
M4 : what other things?
Me : They should control the fiscal deficit .
Although the previous government
claimed reduction of headline number to
4. 6% , but the quality of this fiscal deficit
adjustment has been doubted by many
experts . They say the government has
merely pushed many subsidies to the
next year . So some of these subsidies
have to be removed.
M4 : which subsidy they should remove?
Me : The fuel subsidy …
M4 : won ’t increasing diesel prices lead
to higher inflation ? There are so many
critical Sectors like railways , trucks
which need it .
Me : Sir there are 2 things here . One , yes
higher diesel prices will push up
inflation , but at the same time, the
reduction of fiscal deficit due to lower
subsidy will have a reducing effect on
inflation and will offset at least a part of
it . Next , what we can do is that we can
compensate these critical sectors directly
via direct cash payments . This way we
can reduce the inflationary impact as well
as prevent wastage of subsidy . Clearly we
don ’ t want to subsidise the luxury cars
running on diesel.
M4 : is it possible politically to remove
subsidies on gas cylinders ?
Me : It is difficult, but given the strong
mandate the new government has, it is
possible .
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #26 on: July 22, 2014, 01:43:59 pm »
the above two posts is the interview of IAS 2014 topper, a lot can be gained from this.
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #28 on: July 22, 2014, 02:15:37 pm »
www.quora.com/Indian-Administrative-Service/Are-Civil-Services-a-good-option-for-an-IITian-NITian


Dedicated to all IAS aspirants please read carefully
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what do you want to conclude?
civil services is not worth it?
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Re: INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES
« Reply #29 on: July 22, 2014, 03:13:51 pm »
bro
what do you want to conclude?
civil services is not worth it?


I guess either you did not ready the answer carefully or couldn't get the point he was trying to prove...
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