It was success of Govind Jaiswal (AIR 46; CSE 2007), Simrandeep Singh (AIR 52; CSE 2007), Shah Faesal (AIR 1; CSE 2009) that made candidates believe that success in top ranks is possible in first attempt; and after that, if we look at the recent result of Tina Dabi (AIR 1; CSE 2015), Anmol Sher Singh Bedi (AIR 2; CSE 2016) and many such candidates have made situation euphoric.
Having a group of good friends has always been a boon for candidates preparing for Civil Service Examination.
In uncertain times, when there is confusion around, if you are able to find a group of candidates seriously preparing for coming examination, it will stumble on resolutions, help you sticking to study-plan and will keep you motivated.
The current affairs preparation is typical as only factual information is not enough. You should be clear about the major issues/stories and how they developed over the course of time and inter-related opinion/views of the persons concerned.
Civil Services Examination has become creative and innovative so, prepare it well to face the challenges this exam throws. Be it Preliminary or Main Examination (Written & interview), importance of Current Affairs and Contemporary Developments cannot be ignored.
In past few years, a lot of IAS toppers talked about the benefit from internet while preparing for Civil Service Examination; success of Shah Faesal (AIR 1, CSE 2009) in first attempt and his candid acceptance with reference to role of internet in preparation generated a great interest among IAS aspirants.
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