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    Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    Following are the list of languages needed for Civil services mains.You need to select any one of these for your Literature paper.These are arranged in alphabetical order:
    Indian Languages (Compulsory)
    Assamese
    Bengali
    Bodo
    Dogri
    Gujarati
    Hindi
    Kannada
    Kashmiri
    Konkani
    Maithili
    Manipuri
    Malayalam
    Marathi
    Nepali
    Oriya
    Punjabi
    Sanskrit
    Santhali
    Sindhi (Arabic)
    Sindhi (Devanagiri)
    Tamil
    Telugu
    Urdu

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    YOu say which domestic language allowed for IAS exam.
    I think all domestic language are allowed.
    but i suggest you that you should to go with
    English because first you have to fight paper of english and then if in interview
    somebody will ask you in english what you will do.
    So prepare you english .

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    IN the UPSC Mains exams there are Two Optional papers.
    You can choose any one of the below languages as your Optional Paper.

    But you should have studied the below languages at your graduation level as the Main subject.
    Only if fulfil the above conditions than only you can choose any one language from the below list of Languages:

    Assamese,
    Bengali,
    Bodo,
    Dogri,
    Gujarati,
    Hindi,
    Kannada,
    Kashmiri,
    Konkani,
    Maithili,
    Malayalam,
    Manipuri,
    Marathi,
    Nepali,
    Oriya,
    Punjabi,
    Sanskrit,
    Santhali,
    Sindhi,
    Tamil,
    Telugu,
    Urdu,
    English.

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    dear friend,

    IAS is a civil service service exam called as Indian Administrative Services exam which is considered to be one of the most reputed and popular civil service exam.

    IAS or all the civil services exams are conducted by a commission named UPSC or UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION of India.There are some of the most reputed civil services exams as follows :

    IAS
    IES
    IPS
    IFS etc.

    These all the civil services exams are conducted by the UPSC commission which is a most reputed and popular commission of India.

    To appear for IAS exam,you must have to satisfy certain eligibility conditions or criteria's as follows :


    Eligibility criteria :

    1.Educational qualification :

    you must be graduate from recognized and well reputed university of india in any discipline with at least 55-60% marks aggregate.


    2.Age limit :

    your age must be within 21-30 years to apply for IAS exam.


    3.Physical standard :

    you must be physically and mentally fit and strong.


    4.Number of attempts :

    you have 4 attempts,if general and otherwise 7 attempts.




    Languages used In IAS exam are as follows :



    Assamese
    Bengali
    Bodo
    Dogri
    Gujarati
    Hindi
    Kannada
    Kashmiri
    Konkani
    Maithili
    Malayalam
    Manipuri
    Marathi
    Nepali
    Oriya
    Punjabi
    Sanskrit
    Santali
    Sindhi
    Tamil
    Telugu
    Urdu



    good luck !!

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    hi frnd…

    Following are the list of languages needed for civil services mains.

    Indian Languages:

    ==>Assamese

    ==>Bodo

    ==>Bengali

    ==>Dogri

    ==>Gujarati

    ==>Hindi

    ==>Kannada

    ==>Kashmiri

    ==>Konkani

    ==>Maithili

    ==>Manipuri

    ==>Malayalam

    ==>Marathi

    ==>Nepali

    ==>Oriya

    ==>Punjabi

    ==>Sanskrit

    ==>Santhali

    ==>Sindhi (Arabic)

    ==>Tamil

    =>Telugu

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

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    Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?


    Hai.,.,.,.,.



    I A S : INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE.


    Educational Qualification :


    A degree from any recognized university with any stream.

    The candidates who are awaiting for the results of final year are also eligible.


    Nationality :

    Only Indians are eligible for I A S or I P S.


    Languages in I A S Exam Are :


    Telugu

    English

    Sanskrit

    Nepali

    Kashmir

    Urdu

    Bengali

    Tamil

    Konkani

    Hindi

    Kannada

    Punjabi

    Gujurati

    Malayalam

    Punjabi

    Assam

    Manipuri

    Oriya


    ALL THE BEST.,.,.,.,.,

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    Re: Which domestic languages are allowed for IAS exam?

    UPSC exams are conducted in 3 stages—Prelims Mains and Interview
    In the Prelims exams there are two papers which is common for all the candidates.


    You can choose any one of the below subjects as your language Papers in the UPSC Mains exams only.

    You can choose any one language only if you have studied that language in your Graduations


    Bengali

    Kannada

    Kashmiri

    Santhali

    Sindhi

    Tamil

    Konkani

    Maithili

    Malayalam

    Manipuri

    Marathi

    Nepali

    Bodo

    Dogri

    Gujarati

    Hindi

    Oriya

    Assamese

    Punjabi

    Sanskrit

    Telugu

    Urdu

    English

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