Sharing the secret for success, Munish Sharma (AIR 2, CSE 2013) revealed that there is nothing that is secret. I was focused on an effective preparation rather than worrying about the new syllabus and newer things that have come in domain of General Studies.
In this second attempt, Munish Sharma (AIR 2, CSE 2013) has secured this splendid success.
On the new format for Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013 and his strategy to counter that Munish said that preparing for Main examination this year was tricky. We were to face some unexpected but, as our strategy was, we made our self so strong that we were roaring to go.
At our institute, we were focused on an effective preparation rather than worrying about the new syllabus and newer things that have come in domain of General Studies. After looking at Indian Forest Services Examination papers, it was being anticipated that this time the General Studies papers are also going to be lengthy.
Accordingly, I did lots of answer writing practice and made sure that I am able to survive. Fortunately our strategy worked and the result is in front of us.
“Particularly, when you're writing for exam like this, you have to plan your attempt and need to understand the intricacies involved” he added.
His answer prompted me to ask the secret of success in Civil Services Examination.
Responding to my query, Munish said, “I relate the preparation for Civil Services Examination with ‘Kung Fu Panda’ movie where search is on for long-withheld secret but, eventually you come to know that there is nothing!
For those who run around for decoding secret of success in Civil Services Examination, I can say there is nothing that could be defined.
“The biggest mistake some of the candidates do is that they start to lock into a mind-set and a set of structures. I think this is the biggest factor that impedes their chances of success”, he added.On Saturday 21st June 2014