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Indian Civil Services

The Indian Civil Services are organised into two main sections. These are the All India Services and the Central Services.

Officers of the All India Services, on appointment by the Government of India, are placed at the disposal of the different State Governments. These services include :

  • The Indian Administrative Service (IAS)

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  • Indian Police Service (IPS)

  • The Indian Forest Service (IFtS)

    Officers of the Central Services, on the other hand, wherever they might be posted, serve the Government of India only. Central Services are of two types-Groups A&B.

    Group A Central Services comprise various different services/ posts. These include

  • The Indian Foreign Service (IFS)

  • The Indian Railway Service

  • Indian Postal Service

  • Accounts and Auditing Services (including The Indian Audit and Accounts Service, The Indian Civil Accounts Service, The Indian Defence Accounts Service, The Indian Revenue Service.)

  • Indian Customs and Central Excise

  • The Indian Ordinance Factories Service

  • The Indian Defence Estates Service

  • The Indian Information Service

  • The Central Trade Services

  • The Central Industrial Security Force


    Candidates applying for the Civil Services must be Indian nationals (between 21 and 28 years old)
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    Course Details:

    Training begins in the last week of August with a foundation training course of 4 months duration for probationers of all civil services. The foundation course is followed up by specific job-oriented training, conducted separately by each service in different parts of the country. This training is partly institutional and partly hands-on. For most cadres, the training is of 12 months' duration
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    Job Prospects:

    The best part about the government services is that on completion of training, probationers become full-fledged officers of the service to which they are appointed and continue service until retirement.
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