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You are searching for "Earlier selected in CSE"   Total Result found: 20

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

‘Backbenchers’ played a vital role in my success; says Ajit (AIR 26; CSE 2012)

On Saturday 20th July 2019  

Ajit, an IPS officer in Madhya Pradesh cadre has secured 26th rank in Civil Services Examination 2012.

As he could not get time to prepare, he relied on his old notes and fresh notes prepared by a bunch of friends, as they call themselves - ‘Backbenchers’.


Last Update Sunday 28th July 2019

People do Change the World; All One Need is a Strong Will; says Mayur Dixit (AIR 11; CSE 2012)

On Saturday 20th July 2019  

Mayur Dixit (AIR-11, CSE 2012) has reached the pinnacle of success by achieving top ranks in the Civil Services Examination.

From Investment Adviser to becoming IAS, it has been a story of many sacrifices just to follow his dreams. With career in Indian Administrative Service in his fold, has come close to what he feels would give him the utmost satisfaction in life.


Last Update Saturday 20th July 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

Pradeep Kumar Dwivedi, a farmer’s son gradually discovers his path to becoming IAS with hard work and by moving in the right direction

On Wednesday 15th May 2019  

A Jawahar Navodaya Vidhyalaya lad Pradeep Kumar Dwivedi had charted a clear cut strategy for Career Advancement. With Rank 74 in Civil services Examination 2018, Pradeep has accomplished the goal that he had set for himself and has taken the first step towards a bright future.

This success came to him in his third attempt. Though he made it in his second attempt also; but, got a lower rank 491.

He has chosen Literature of Hindi Language as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Career in Civil Services : Childhood Dream Deserves Serious Attempt

On Wednesday 24th April 2019  

Career in ‘Civil Services’ is dream for many. Every year many success stories are written by talented, capable aspirants by showing courage and nerve.

It is time to draw some inspiration from toppers in Civil Services Examination 2018 and make your own strategies that help you reach your destination.

When you are looking at something big, you have to plan, work harder and smarter with a strong desire to reach your Goal.


Last Update Saturday 22nd June 2019

“When you know yourself and your goals; it will set the tone for an Effective Preparation” says G Surya Sai Praveenchand (AIR 64; CSE 2018)

On Saturday 20th April 2019  

26 years old, G Surya Sai Praveenchand from Amalapuram, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh has reached a big milestone in life by putting up a luminous attainment; 64th rank in Civil Services Examination 2018 that ensures post of ‘IAS’.

Though he cleared CSE 2017 and got rank 512; still, this success left his mission unfinished and efforts continued to accomplish it. By bringing structure to his activities, he achieved this success in third attempt.

He opted for Mathematics as Optional Subject that helped him secure higher rank.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Appearing in UPSC was Plan ‘A’ and I was ready with Plan ‘B’ as well; Luckily my Plan ‘A’ Worked; says Shubham Gupta (AIR 6; CSE 2018)

On Tuesday 9th April 2019  

An Economics graduate from Delhi College of Arts & Commerce (University of Delhi) Shubham Gupta commenced preparation for Civil Services Examination in 2015 and his second attempt helped him crack CSE 2016 and Rank 366 got him Indian Audit and Accounts Service.

In this fourth attempt Shubham has accomplished his goal and has achieved 6th rank that ensures post of IAS.


Last Update Thursday 8th August 2019

“Success in Civil Services Examination is a product of your Dreams and Perceptions”; says Suraj Patel (AIR 475; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 31st July 2018  

Suraj Patel , B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) from Moti Lal Nehru National institute of Technology, Allahabad, joined Pepsico India after completing graduation in 2013. After almost two years of service, he left job to seriously prepare for Civil Services Examination.

In all the three encounters, Suraj cracked Civil Services Examination and gradually improved ranking as well as post from IRS to IPs and now, with Civil Services Examination 2017 he is getting IAS.

He has chosen Anthropology as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

I follow a simple formula which says, Delete all that Distracts you; says Naveen Kumar Chandra (AIR 490; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 10th July 2018  

To accomplish his goal, Naveen Kumar Chandra has shown sense of responsibility and complete dedication towards the purpose and availed the opportunity he got.

It was his second attempt that produced desired results; even in earlier attempt also he got selected and got IRPS.

Naveen had shown faith in Political Science & International Relations by picking it as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 10th July 2018

Civil Services Examination: Preparation Strategies that reflect the current trends

On Monday 9th July 2018  

This so called ‘unpredictable examination’ has something unique every year and a blink changes life for many.

As usual, I have been talking to some of the top rankers and successful candidates in Civil Services Examination 2017 and have gathered some useful information that can be of some help to you.

You may or may not spot anything new or you have not heard; but, you can always make your own understanding of the things that are in trend.

I hope if you are able to relate yourself with these and include something that seems useful in your plan, you stand to gain.


Last Update Thursday 15th November 2018

Getting selected in Civil Services Examination doesn't mean that the selected ones are definitely better than the rest

On Saturday 25th March 2017  

Shailesh Kumar (AIR 41; CSE 2015) shares his views about Civil Services Examination and keeping in mind unpredictable nature of this examination, he throws some light on an important issue - how one should prepare?


Last Update Saturday 25th March 2017

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