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You are searching for "IAS Toppers Interviews"   Total Result found: 18

From Engineering to career in Civil services, perseverance helped me stay afloat; says Alok Singh (AIR 628; CSE 2018)

On Wednesday 25th March 2020  

By taking charge of his life and availing opportunities to grow, 27 years old, Alok Singh secured success in Civil Services Examination 2018 and has accomplishes a Goal he envisaged during his first job. 

This success came to him in third attempt. It is more significant as Alok was preparing for Civil Services Examination while continuing in service. 

He considers his performance in Essay and interview helped him succeed. His Optional Subject has been Geography.


Last Update Wednesday 25th March 2020

Hard Work, Dedication coupled with a Smart Strategy worked for me; says Abhishek Jain (AIR 111; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

If one has to sum up the success of Abhishek Jain, it can be done in one word – Grit.

By showing courage to appear in Civil Services Examination after finishing graduation and accomplishing the goal in first attempt is not a small feat.

In doing so, Abhishek showed his faith in his own subject by picking Commerce & Accountancy as his Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 22nd March 2020

There are a lot of personal factors that always motivates everyone; says Hitesh Kumar Meena (AIR 417; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

“In my first attempt, failure at the last stage happened to me, next attempt again proved to be a blockade and the third turned to be the one that helped me accomplish the task” said Hitesh Kumar Meena (AIR 417; CSE 2018).

If he has to narrate his story for Civil Services Examination or Indian Forest Service Examination, the above statement stands true for both.

Hitesh had picked up Civil Engineering as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 24th March 2020

Impeccable commitment to my goal and putting right efforts at the right time is secret of my success; says Pooja Gupta (AIR 147; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

Bachelor of Dental Surgery from GGSIPU, Delhi, Pooja Gupta set her goal very early in life and started working towards that. Being confident about her success, she planned her endeavour and by making the optimum use of the time available, she cracked Civil Services Examination in a flow.

Commencing preparation immediately after BDS, Pooja appeared in Civil Services Examination 2018 and achieved 147th rank in her very first encounter.

She had picked up Anthropology as her Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 22nd March 2020

I got fascinate towards Civil Services as I want to make a positive change to the Society; says Jasleen Kaur (AIR 152; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

With imaginative and unwavering mind-set Jasleen Kaur embarked on her journey to become a part of the system, the administration. To discover the ways and to move forward, her strong desire helped her chart the success path.

Coming to Delhi from Kanpur (UP) was part of her preparation strategy and by taking small steps; Jasleen accomplished her task in the second attempt and secured 152nd Rank in Civil services Examination 2018.

She had chosen Philosophy as Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 22nd March 2020

Planning, Hard Work and Consistency helped Ankita Choudhary secure 14th Rank in Civil Services Exam 2018

On Tuesday 9th July 2019  

Ankita Choudhary, from Meham, Rohtak (Haryana) has achieved a splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2018 and secured 14th rank.

It was her second attempt and she had chosen Public Administration as optional subject.


Last Update Friday 19th July 2019

“The importance of Patience, an Attitude of not giving up and Consistent Hard Work help in Accomplishing the Goal”, says Abhijeet Sinha (AIR 19; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 30th December 2018  

For Abhijeet Sinha, an Electrical Engineer from IIT Kanpur, first attempt in CSE 2016 had not gone well. Still, he wished and hoped to see at least his name in the merit-list. Not to find his name was a heart- wrenching experience, perhaps because it was the 1st major failure of his life.

But, he did not drown himself in the misery; rather, picked up and set to discover the weaknesses and tackle them head on. Equally importantly, he realised that there is no substitute to Hard Work, a factor that was missing in first attempt.

This way his failure became the foundation of success in his second attempt as he secured 19th Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Abhijeet has chosen Economics as his Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 30th December 2018

Interview Transcript - Saurabh Jassal, IAS (Civil Services Examination 2017)

On Sunday 30th December 2018  

Saurabh Jassal (404th Rank, CSE 2017),acomputer engineer from NSIT New Delhi had picked up Law as optional subject.

His Interview was on 3rd April 2nd half of the day. His Interview Board was that of Sujata Mehta Ma’am.

Interview went good, and most of the questions were on expected lines, it lasted for nearly 27 minutes.


Last Update Sunday 28th April 2019

“To deal with unpredictability, first thing is to accept it and prepare mentally for it”; says Vishal Mishra (AIR 49; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 21st July 2018  

Vishal Mishra (AIR 49; CSE 2017) discloses his success-plan and how small-small thing matters while preparing for Civil Services Examination.

He candidly talks about the situations most of the candidates face during preparation phase that lead to drop in efficiency and suggests some ways out to come out of such circumstances.

Optional Subject- Sociology

No. of Attempts- Three (3)


Last Update Sunday 16th September 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

“Right study-resources and right preparation-strategy is needed to crack Civil Services Exam”; says Pushp Lata (AIR 80; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 21st July 2018  

Pushp Lata did schooling from Rewari and Mahendergarh, Haryana; and graduated (B.Sc.) from Guru Nanak Dev University in 2006. She did post-graduation in Zoology from Kurukshetra University and completed MBA in Finance & Marketing from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi.

She worked with State Bank of Hyderabad as Assistant Manager at Hyderabad.

Here she talks about her preparation strategies that helped her accomplish her goal.

Optional Subject: Geography

Number of Attempts: Three (3)


Last Update Saturday 21st July 2018

“If you are honest with your preparation and have practiced test papers, you will definitely clear all the stages”; says Ravi Anand (AIR 79; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 21st July 2018  

Significance of being well prepared comes on fore with the result of Ravi Anand (AIR 79; CSE 2017).

If he scored brilliantly in General Studies to fetch 500+ score that helped him in getting rank among top 100; his performance in Personality Test was not up to the mark and that adversely impacted his chances of getting even better rank.

Here, he shares his experiences and suggests some ways out to perform well.

Optional Subject: Geography

No. of Attempts: Three (3)


Last Update Friday 26th October 2018

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