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CSAT – IAS : General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – SCHEMES / PROGRAMMES / POLICIES

March 9, 2011

New : Vision IAS : Current Affairs 2012 Notes ( General Studies Prelim & Mains ) 2012

New – CSAT: All INDIA INTERACTIVE IAS PRELIM ( General Studies + Aptitude Test ) TEST SERIES 2012 ( Civil Service Aptitude Test 2012 ) : Module X : 1 April 2012

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CSAT – IAS : General Studies Prelim 2011

Part I :Current Affairs SCHEMES / PROGRAMMES / POLICIES

Download PDF file ( 8 Pages ) : G.S.Pre. 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs –SCHEMES / PROGRAMMES / POLICIES

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General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – REPORTS / INDEX /RANKING

General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – NATIONAL News

General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – Committees

General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – Books & Authors

General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – Persons in News ( National & International )

CSAT – IAS : General Studies Prelim 2011 – Part I :Current Affairs – SCHEMES / PROGRAMMES / POLICIES

Current Affairs Notes : Economic Survey 2010-11 & Budget 2011-12 – G.S.Pre. 2011

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New : IAS – CSAT: All INDIA INTERACTIVE IAS PRELIM ( General Studies + Aptitude Test ) TEST SERIES 2012 ( Civil Service Aptitude Test 2012 ) : Module I

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Survey – Youths First Choice To Begin Career – IAS

July 3, 2007

Despite complaints of falling standards and relatively lower salary, Indian Administrative Services continue to be preferred option for majority of youths as these  provide with visible & invisible perks, social status and benefits with 100% job security, which remain totally incompatible with their private sector counterparts, according to The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India (ASSOCHAM).In a Survey carried out by ASSOCHAM on Have Civil Services Lost their Charm with Advancement in Liberalisation, 80% of 300 young executives opted for placement in corporate sector and responded to the Survey said, “IAS, IFS, IPS go on drawing  the best available talent in them contrary to surfacing impressions that flight of talent has shifted more towards private sector with fast advancing liberalisation”.

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Source : http://www.assocham.org/prels/shownews.php?id=1107

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