Indian Forest Service 2010
The Indian Forest Service (IFS) is the forestry service of India. It
is one of the three All India Services of the Indian government; its
employees are recruited by the national government but serve under
the state governments or Central Government along with the Indian
Administrative Service and Indian Police Service.
IFS 2010 Courses
IFS 2010 Eligibility : Forest Service is made through the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
on the basis of annual competitive civil service examinations. Entry
is open to candidates who hold a Bachelor of Science degree in
mathematics, physics, chemistry, botany, zoology, geology,
statistics, veterinary science and animal husbandry; and who hold a
bachelor’s degree in engineering, forestry, or agriculture Upper age
limits are less restrictive for scheduled castes and scheduled
tribes and Other Backward Classes (SC/ST/OBC).
IFS 2010 How to Apply : Candidates must apply in the Common application form devised by the
Commission for its examinations, which can be purchased from the
designated Head post Offices/Post Offices throughout the country
against cash payment of Rs. 20/-. Each such Form can be used only
once and only for one examination.
IFS Standard of Papers : The standard of papers in general English and general knowledge will
be as may be expected of a Science/Engineering graduate of an Indian
University. The standard of papers in other subjects will be
approximately that of Bachelor’s degree of an Indian University.
List of Centres of Examination for IFS :
- Panaji (Goa)
- Port Blair
Union Public Service Commission,