Sunday, May 5, 2013

Indian Foreign Service: Positives & Negatives

The Indian Foreign Serivce (IFS) is the most selective and exclusive of all the Civil Services in India, taking in less than 40 candidates each year. Trainees have to undergo three years of training before serving in
Indian missions abroad and in the Ministry of External Affairs. The service was set up in September 1946 and the first batch of officers recruited through the Civil Services examination of the UPSC joined the service in 1948.

Abhay K. (IFS 2003) shares his own views on positives and  negatives of the Indian Foreign Service along with career highlights, family expectations and his advice for those preparing for the IFS in his 2012 interview to MYOD along with the former foreign secretary Salman Haider

"I LOVE MY JOB"- Abhay K.

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