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Books for IFS mains–Physics


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India is the First country in the world which has initiated scientific management of its forests. The main aim of IFS is to implement the national forest policies which includes scientific management of forests to exploit them in an efficient manner along with maintaining environment stability and proper ecological balance which is essential for the sustenance of all flora n fauna including human beings. The responsibilities of an IFS officer are conservation, protection and development of wildlife and forests along with providing livelihood opportunities to various forest dependent tribes and communities. Read More…

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[News] UPSC Declare Time Table for IFS (Mains), 2014


UPSC has recently announced the Time Table for the Indian Forest Services (IFS) Mains Examination, 2014. Candidates are requested to read carefully the time table and buckle up for the upcoming exams.
The exams are scheduled in for late-November, starting on 22-11-2014.
Here is the exam schedule:

IFS Mains 2014

IFS Mains 2014 Time Table

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India- Saudi Arabia Relations: Recent Scenario


Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud visited India, imparting a fresh momentum to the Indo-Saudi relations. He is also the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of Saudi Arabia.

Earlier, Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz visited India in 2006, and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited Saudi Arabia in 2010. Manmohan’s visit resulted in the signing of the Riyadh Declaration, which proclaimed that a strategic partnership between the two countries had been established, covering different sectors like- Energy security, IT and outer space. Read More…

All India Services (AIS)


The All India Services constitute the steel-frame of the Indian Administrative structure. The Constitution of India provides for the creation of All India Services (AIS) common to the Union and the States. The All India Services Act, 1951 provides that the Central Government may make rules for regulating the recruitment and the conditions of service of persons appointed to the All India Services.

Presently only the IAS, the IPS and the IFS have been constituted as All India Services. Recruitment to these services is made under the corresponding AIS Recruitment Rules and may be done by Direct Recruitment (through Competitive Examinations) and by promotion from the State Service (through a Committee convened by the UPSC). The AIS Branch is concerned with the latter mode of recruitment which is governed by the respective IAS/IPS/IFS Promotion Regulations. Read More…