|Civil Service Examination||2015|
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|Total Marks||Marks Obtained|
|General Studies I||250||88|
|General Studies II||250||96|
|General Studies III||250||112|
|General Studies IV||250||106|
|Optional I (Medical Science)||250||144|
|Optional II (Medical Science )||250||142|
Artika Shukla, a medico got the right advice and direction from her brother Dr. Utsav shukla, an IRTS officer of 2012 batch.
For Artika, IAS Toppers interviews were a source of great motivation. Interview of Gaurav Agrawal (AIR 1; CSE 2013) was particularly very inspiring
Optional Subject: Medical Science
Basis of selecting the optional subject
While making final choice for optional subject, your interest, confidence and level of proficiency in the subject matters
Number of Attempts: First Attempt
Time Management: Managed time by dividing time between static and dynamic portions. Dynamic portions should occupy largest chunk of time.
Also optional subject should be given 2-3 hours each day after Prelims
The secret of her success: Hard work, self-confidence and blessings of elders
Driving Force: The diversity of scope in civil services, the opportunity to work for the underprivileged and to touch the lives of many people
‘Negative Marking’ : No blind guesses; only educated guesses
For Main Examination:
I built up my confidence and conviction.
Interview Board: Mr. Vinay Mittal