Bachelor of Arts in Civil Services (BACS)

Regular Courses

BA - Bachelor of Arts in (Civil Services)

OVERVIEW:-

If you have a dream to be a civil servant and want to enjoy the power, prestige, position, earnings while offering services to people, then this course Bachelors in Arts Civil Services offered by us is the best choice for you. Do this course and get your return on investment. Civil service is one that attracts the attention of people of high ambitions. It is observed that civil servants have more advantages over others in social service. Therefore, people who desire to spend their life in social service while enjoying social dignity prefer civil services. The best period to train students for civil services-exam is degree because it will be too late after the degree. Therefore, a course Bachelor of Arts with Civil Services is designed for students of the degree to prepare them for civil services.

Objectives

  • A student will graduate and at the same time will be fully comfortable to appear and crack civil service examination conducted by UPSC without further preparation.
  • BA Civil Services as a Career option from Intermediate and Degree will make the students to achieve their Dream Goal at a Very Young Age.
  • Acquire strong foundation in the basics of General studies for competitive exams like IAS/IPS/IFS along with Graduation degree.

Pedagogy

  • Regular classroom lectures
  • Seminars
  • Simulation Exercises
  • Current Affairs Sessions relevant to the topic.

Course Structure

Eligibility : HSC passed in Arts / Commerce / Science
Duration : 3 Years Divided in 6 Semesters
Intake Capacity : 100
Medium of Instructions : English

Assessment Methods / Evaluation

Assessment of Class Participation in Quiz Sessions, Assignments, Periodic Tests, Article reviews, University Examinations.

Career Options

A Civil Services is a broad sector as there are many areas that the candidate can choose to go into upon completion of the UPSC exam. Some of the more notable ones are:

Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Postal Service (IPoS), Indian Public Service (IPS), Indian Forest Service (IFS), Indian Information Service (IIS), Indian Trade Service (ITrS), Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS), Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS – IT), Indian Audit and Account Service (IAAS), Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS), Indian Ordinance Factories Service (IOFS)

As it’s a government job, there is immense job security and tremendous scope for growth.

Even if you don’t manage to crack the Civil Services exam, there are many jobs in the private sector in the following sector:
Aviation, Commerce, Transport, Logistics, Agriculture, Business and Entrepreneurship, Environment, Economic Affairs and Finance, Shipping.