We are in for best of the times as for past many years; we have seen vacancies for more than 1000 posts and services in Civil Services Examination and the profile of some of the posts like IAS, IFS, IPS and IRS etc. attracts everyone’s attention.
We are in different times, the education standards, profile of candidates, awareness about the exam and extremely conducive environment builds a case for many to make a foray in to Civil Services Examination.
But, at the same time the contest is getting stiffer as a lot of talented and professionally qualified youngsters are far more sincere in making career in ‘Civil Services’ thus more number of candidates are competing. On other hand, UPSC is in inventive mode and by adopting dynamic approach; the examination is getting more creative and innovative.
Moreover, the confusion about the changing pattern and conflicting views added a lot of uncertainty among aspirants.
A fresh approach towards complete exam-plan
‘Mother of all Exams’ as it is called; Civil Services Examination is in league of its own.
With gradual changes introduced in 2011 at Preliminary Examination level and now, in 2013 new format for Main Examination has forced the candidates to adopt a fresh approach for preparation.
But, to a certain extent, new format and largely, due to insincerity showed by many candidates toward the basic facts results in a lot of myths and wrong notions that surround this examination.
The emerging situation requires a meticulous planning, flawless preparation and excellent presentation at each level of examination and incessant improvisation that is suitable in handling Preliminary, Mains examination effectively and even at, Personality Test (interview) level, indicates the prefect execution of your plan.
It is time to gain information, skills and traits to get the competitive edge to remain in race and to emerge as frontrunner.Last Update Monday 18th March 2013