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At the outset, Everyone just think of Rank among ‘Top 10’; Yes, it was a Dream for me as well - Srushti Jayant Deshmukh (AIR 5; CSE 2018)

On Tuesday 6th August 2019  

The topper among women in Civil Services Examination 2018 is Srushti Jayant Deshmukh and she has secured 5th Rank. It was her first attempt.

A well-planned strategy and execution to the precision helped Srushti to crack it in the first encounter itself.  In CSE 2018, she has scored the highest marks in General Studies score that goes on to indicate her level of preparedness.

Srushti had shown faith in Sociology that she chose as Optional Subject.


Last Update Wednesday 7th August 2019

Many a times it is Perseverance that delivers; Success in Fifth Attempt for Md Jawed Hussain (AIR 280; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 4th August 2019  

With a strong academic background Md Jawed Hussain had dreams to make something big. He got his first job through UPSC ESE and was in services since 2013.

As a career progression, he was confident of making it in to ‘Civil Services’ but, setbacks followed him one after another and ultimately in his fifth attempt, he accomplished his goal by securing 280th rank in Civil Services Examination 2018.

He had shown faith in his own subject Electrical Engineering by choosing it as Optional Subject.


Last Update Monday 5th August 2019

If you Face Failure, let your Plan take a Detour to bring a Pleasant Surprise; says Karnati Varunreddy (AIR 7; CSE 2018)

On Wednesday 24th July 2019  

For Karnati Varunreddy (AIR 7; CSE 2018), it has been a gradual move toward dream career that took 5 attempts to reach destination - Indian Administrative Service.

After choosing Geography as optional subject for initial two attempts and failing; in third attempt as needed Varun’s plans took a detour as he finally showed faith in his own subject Mathematics that helped him succeed (AIR 166; CSE 2016) that got him IRS (IT).

Though he succeeded in fourth attempt also (AIR 225; CSE 2017); but, this 5th attempt finally got him 7th rank in CSE 2018.




Last Update Thursday 8th August 2019

Introspection after failure, Pinpointing Mistakes and taking Adaptive Approach helped me Succeed; says Sumit Kumar (AIR 53; CSE 2018)

On Friday 12th July 2019  

After completing B.Tech (Materials and Metallurgical Engineering) from IIT, Kanpur in 2013, Sumit Kumar joined consultancy firm Price Waterhouse Coopers.

As he had set his target to be in Civil Services, he left job and commenced serious preparation in 2015. Though, he fumbled at first stage Prelims in his first attempt; but, soon he got touch and succeeded in his second attempt with at a lower rank.  Finally, in his third attempt he posted a brilliant success by securing 53rd rank in CSE 2018.

He had chosen Anthropology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Only mantra for succeeding in Prelims is – PRACTICE, PRACTICE, and PRACTICE; says Akshay Sunil Agrawal (AIR 43; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 28th April 2019  

Akshay Sunil Agrawal shares his preparation strategy that helped him crack Civil Services Examination in his first attempt.

He has chosen Economics as optional subject.


Last Update Sunday 28th April 2019

“Leaving a good-paying job in Singapore for attempting Civil Services Exam was huge risk; but, clearing it one attempt was always been top-of-my-mind” says Agrawal Akshay Sunil (AIR 43; CSE 2018)

On Friday 26th April 2019  

Intelligent, smart and with an aggressive attitude Agrawal Akshay Sunil has achieved a brilliant success in Civil Services Examination 2018.

Akshay picked up his battle smartly and gave it all to crack it in his first attempt and secured 43rd rank.

He also got selected in Indian Economic Service Examination 2018 (AIR 4).

He has gone ahead with his own subject Economics as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

‘Once upon an IAS Exam’ – Book Review

On Saturday 10th November 2018  

Dreaming Success in IAS Exam, with it you would be able to see things from a much clearer perspective

Dr. K. Vijayakarthikeyan, IAS, at present Commissioner, Coimbatore Municipal Corporation has narrated a story revolving around life of a common IAS Exam aspirant in recently launched book ‘Once Upon an IAS Exam’.

This work of fiction portrays things so effectively that it seems real and each frame reflects day-to-day life of an IAS Aspirant.


Last Update Sunday 11th November 2018

“Master all the topics of the syllabus by in-depth understanding of the concepts involved” says Prateek Jain (AIR 86; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 21st July 2018  

Prateek Jain outlines his preparation strategy that helped him succeed in Civil Services Examination 2017. He also talks about the factors that helped him get in top 100.

Optional Subject: Mathematics

No. of Attempts: 2

Previous Selections: IFoS 2016 - AIR 3


Last Update Sunday 16th September 2018

“No Matter what the odds are, Determination and Passion is the Key to Crack this Examination”; says Hasan Safin Mustufaali (AIR 570; CSE 2017)

On Monday 16th July 2018  

It is an unusual story of a Gujarati boy who has shown strong faith in self, his parent’s sacrifice and opportune help he got from unfamiliar persons that shaped his career.

Hasan Safin Mustufaali (AIR 570; CSE 2017) who just turned 23,has achieved what he desired in his first attempt in Civil Services Examination. He also cleared Gujarat PSC Class 1 simultaneously with Rank 34.

His choice was Literature of Gujarati Language as Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 4th August 2019

Before saying ‘YES’ to making career in Civil Services, I just asked myself - what I want to do and where my interest lies” says Saurabh Jassal (AIR 404; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 22nd May 2018  

In his third attempt, Saurabh Jassal (AIR 404; CSE 2017) achieved desired success in Civil Services Examination 2017 with Law as optional subject.

Citing the reason for choosing ‘Civil Services’ as career, Saurav said, “No doubt changing economic environment offers immense lucrative career opportunities in various sectors; however the right answer lies in the fact that money has never been a priority for me. I believe we must pursue what we are passionate about; the money will automatically flow with the par excellence which one would show.

Other than this, all reasons why I want to get into civil services are strong enough to sideline such lucrative career opportunities.”


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Family’s strength and encouragement from friends made this achievable, says Anubhav Singh (AIR 8; CSE 2017)

On Wednesday 16th May 2018  

At an early stage, educated thoroughly in Hindi medium, Anubhav had Primary and Middle education from his village till 8th standard; then, he moved to Allahabad to complete secondary education and simultaneously worked on his English as he knew he has to work on his language to achieve big.

His confidence soared once he cracked IIT entrance examination.

Anubhav started preparing for Civil Services Examination from the third year of his graduation.

After completing B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) from IIT Roorkee in 2015 he appeared in Civil Services Examination and achieved success in CSE 2016 with AIR 683 that got him Indian Revenue Service (IT). And now, in CSE 2017 Anubhav has secured Rank 8 with Mathematics as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

“My not-so-educated parents' staunch belief in role of education to bring change in lives has been the greatest factor in my Success” says 41st Rank Shailesh Kumar

On Wednesday 10th August 2016  

Shailesh Kumar, B. Tech. (Mechanical Engineering from HBTI, Kanpur 2009) has secured 41st Rank in Civil Services Examination 2015.

It was his third attempt that got his the desired post. Earlier, in both occasions, Shailesh cleared the examination; CSE 2013 he got 808th rank that got him Indian Revenue Services (C&CE) and in CSE 2014 he got 854th Rank.

In all these attempts, Shailesh has kept Sociology as optional subject.


Last Update Thursday 18th July 2019

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