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Hello Sir. My name is Aditya. I have 7 years of gap in my studies. I completed my HSC in the year 2005 and started pursuing my graduation in the year 2012. I have enrolled myself in BBA which is a 3 year degree course. I want to make my career in civil services, however looking at my profile do I qualify to appear in civil services? Thanks

Don’t be afraid of such issues, it is not a major hindrance in Civil Services Examination preparation.

It doesn’t matter for Preliminary as well as Main Examination. If you are eligible, you should commence preparation seriously.

And in case, you are asked about the gap, you can justify your problems for the delay. As such, Interview board members evaluate your personality and your success in Preliminary and Main Examination would convince them about your capabilities.


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