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All About IFS Examination and Preparation

IFS or Indian Forest Services is one of the most taken careers in India. The recruitment is conducted in three phase’s mainly preliminary examination, mains examination and personality test. This year the preliminary examination will be taking place on June 18, 2017. To help the candidates in preparing well for the examination, we are going to discuss examination pattern and preparation tips for the paper in detail.

The preliminary examination is included in the pattern only for the screening purpose and the only those candidates are allowed to appear in the mains examination, who clear the preliminary examination. The mains examination comprises 6 papers and contains conventional essay type questions. And the candidates, who qualify the mains examination, are called to appear for personality test. Recruitment will be done on the basis of combined scores in mains examination and interview.

• The first examination is objective type in nature and is conducted to select the candidates for mains examination.
• The second stage is mains examination and contains written and personality test.
• Candidates clearing the written examination are called for the interview.

Examination Pattern for Preliminary Paper

Examination Pattern of Mains Paper

Personal Interview:
•    Candidates, who clear the mains examination, are called to appear in personality test.
•    It comprises 300 marks and the final selection is made through the merit of mains examination and interview.
•    It is conducted to test the personality suitability of the candidates for the post.

Subjects for Optional Papers

•    Agricultural Engineering
•    Agriculture
•    Botany
•    Chemistry
•    Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
•    Chemical Engineering
•    Forestry
•    Civil Engineering
•    Geology
•    Mathematics
•    Physics
•    Mechanical Engineering
•    Statistics
•    Zoology

Allowed Combination of Subjects

•    Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering
•    Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
•    Agriculture and Forestry
•    Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
•    Mathematics and Statistics

From Engineering subjects, viz. Chemical Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering not more than one subject.

Tips for Preparation for IFS

•    Getting ready for the IFS exam is not going to be a cakewalk.
•    Aspirants need to give careful consideration while preparing for a basic exam like IFS Main.
•    Arrange your time table appropriately to concentrate on weaker regions
•    Allude the best books – utilize valuable books which can help you in getting ready for the exam in less time
•    Concentrate previous question papers to get better idea about the examination pattern and syllabus.
•    Dealing with your time is super vital. Keep a track on your time while settling previous question papers to check your speed.
•    Talk with individuals who are showing up for the IFS exam
•    In the event that your speed is bad, take a shot at it by setting a settle time to answer a question or understand a question paper.
•    Get your questions elucidated by specialists
•    Remain positive, unwind and remain inspired

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