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With a major in commerce, is it possible to become an IAS officer?

Currently i am pursuing 1st PUC Commerce and my ambition is to become an IAS officer. #educator #ias #career #military #government

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Arun Singh’s Answer

Yes, Archana. With commerce stream you can opt for Civil services. For more details, you can have a look at UPSC website - https://www.upsc.gov.in/.
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Joe’s Answer

I am not in India but I took a look at the role of an IAS Officer and there is extensive information online with regard to this career. Seems the process and path is pretty specific and there is no indication of a specific education track:

How to become an IAS officer?

Even though the exam to be undertaken is popularly known as IAS exam, it is officially called UPSC Civil Services Exam. The UPSC CSE consists of 3 stages – Prelims, Mains, and Interview. Getting into Indian Administrative Service is not easy considering the competition involved, but not impossible for a candidate with right attitude and approach. Interesting read: Salary of an Indian Administrative Service officer.


https://www.clearias.com/ias/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Administrative_Service
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Ruchi’s Answer

Yes, it is. To become an IAS officer, you should be a graduate in any subject.

https://www.clearias.com/ias/ias-exam-eligibility

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