In the changing economic environment (particularly after 1991; the post-liberalization era) youth has got a very different outlook on life. They are eyeing on the enormous emerging opportunities in traditional industries and even in ‘new-age enterprises’ within and outside the country.
The Indian Government has remodelled the Civil Services Examination from 2011 examination with an idea of making the Civil Services jobs more attractive and making it a new economy job.
The new pattern of Preliminary Examination which includes aptitude test is bound to attract highly talented and brilliant students with specialized skills towards Civil Services as the changes in our economy has create a need for specialists at various jobs.
New Dynamism in Civil Services:
The pace at which developments are taking place in our country, the role of ‘Civil Servants’ has also been revolutionized and it requires innovative, performance oriented and dynamic youngsters to come forward and be a part of government machinery to empower masses with aim to achieve results.
The lure and influence of these offerings did not impact much when it comes to the charm ‘Civil Services’ have and now with threats posed by recent economic slow-down and the benefits of recently announced 6th pay commission, this examination is again in centre stage.
UPSC conducts ‘Civil Services Examination’ every year to select and recommend meritorious, open, approachable and professionally oriented candidates who can voice their opinion and are quick to respond thus would be able to do justice with the evolving requirements of new-age Civil Servants.
Focus is on talent:
A glance at the past few year’s results indicate that besides lakhs of graduates and post-graduates, a large number of Engineers, Doctors, Law Graduates, Chartered Accountants, and Scientists are attracted towards Civil Services and have amplified their share in the final list of successful candidates.
The result of CSE 2010 shows that overall topper S Divyadhashini (CSE 2010; Rank 1) is Law Graduate; Sweta Mohanti (CSE 2010; Rank 2) is an Engineer and R V Varun Kumar (CSE 2010; Rank 3) is a Doctor.
Glances at the CSE 2009 result bring to light overall topper Shah Faesal who is Doctor and 2nd Rank Prakash Raspurohit is an Engineer.
Even last year Rank 1 Shubhra Saxena (CSE 2008) was from IIT Roorkee.
Focus on the Goal, perseverance and hard work are prerequisite and success here will give you recognition, social-status, prestige and opportunity to play a vital role by being a part of administrative set-up.
‘Think Big; Achieve Big’: Choose ‘Civil Services Examination’ as your career destination; weigh up what you will get. In the beginning you need to have courage to start activities related to preparation, have faith in your capabilities and go all out to accomplish what you dream.Last Update Sunday 24th April 2011