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Sir, I cleared 12th class in arts and now, I am doing BA. Can I take part in IAS exam? Is it compulsory to clear 12class in science? Plz give example who are IAS and cleared 12class in arts.

There is no such compulsion; you need a degree in any discipline to be eligible to appear in Civil Services Examination.

There is no scope for any kind of apprehensions about streams at school level and there is no force about science stream at +2 levels.

There are numerous candidates with arts background who have made to Civil Services even with top ranks. So, you should not think too much about it.

All you need is to understand the exam-plan and related requirements at each stage of examination and commence preparation slowly with some basic books and make newspaper reading a habit.

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