Is Tamil Nadu a good cadre for IAS?

Is Tamil Nadu a good cadre for IAS?

Which is the Most Compliant Cadre? The IAS officers from the Maharashtra cadre are the most compliant of all cadres with 96.3\% of the officers submitted their IPR. Maharashtra is closely followed by Karnataka cadre with 96.2\% followed by Tamil Nadu with 96\%.

Who can fire an IAS?

Simply speaking, only the President of India can suspend or dismiss IAS officers after reviewing their case. The central government also has rights in this matter.

Which state produces most IAS?

This article gives you an idea about which state produces the most IAS officers in India….Home States of IAS Officers in India.

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Home State No. of IAS Officers in service in India
Uttar Pradesh 717
Bihar 452
Rajasthan 322
Tamil Nadu 318

Should an IAS candidate attempt both civil services and engineering services?

Many IAS candidates, especially engineering graduates wonder if they should try their hand at both the civil services and the engineering services exams. Both exams are conducted by the UPSC every year.

Are North Indians better than South Indians in the CSAT?

General perception (almost true) is North Indians are extremely good in General studies part than the CSAT (aptitude/English) but South Indians are good in CSAT compared to General studies.

Why don’t South Indians apply for the UPSC exam?

This is also one of the main reason that people from South India not showing interest in UPSC as candidates from many rural areas are not so comfortable with the English. At the same time it is very difficult for upsc to provide question papers in all 8th schedule languages so it is one of the disadvantage for the non Hindi candidates.

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What is the difference between UPSC IES and IAS?

The candidates sitting for UPSC IES can find themselves posted in different departments/services: Indian Railways Service of Electrical Engineers, etc. Though both are group ‘A’ gazetted officer jobs, the profiles of the IAS (or IPS /IFS, etc.) and the IES (Indian Engineering Service) officers are quite different.