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You are searching for "Inspirational & Motivational stories"   Total Result found: 65

Success in IAS - I Shaped the direction of my life with ‘Karma’, says Ajay Katesaria (AIR 28, CSE 2011)

On Saturday 20th July 2019  

A simple young boy, Ajay Katesaria who owes his success to ‘Bhagavad-Gita’, achieved brilliant success by getting selected at 28th rank in coveted Civil Services Examination 2011.

His success gives big motivation to future candidates and his approach towards Civil Services Examination is still spreading the message that nothing is difficult if you put in focused hard work.

It was his third attempt.


Last Update Sunday 28th July 2019

3 broad categories of IAS aspirants that ultimately define their chances of success

On Sunday 14th July 2019  

Success in Civil Services Examination is a dream for many; but, majority of candidates look at the “odds of being successful” and this becomes the most crucial factor why several otherwise talented candidates desert their dreams of foray in to Civil Services Examination.

It is all about you and how you visualize your endeavour.

I believe there are three broad categories in which Civil Services Examination aspirants can be segregated.


Last Update Sunday 14th July 2019

For becoming IAS, Persistence paid off as Sumit Kumar Rai (AIR 54; CSE 2018) accomplished his Goal in 5th attempt

On Friday 12th July 2019  

A Gold medalist for the best academic performance at IIT-ISM, Dhanbad Sumit Kumar Rai began his career with Cairn India Limited; but, very early in life he had set his career destination as Indian Administrative Service (IAS).

As such it is a grueling exam-plan and preparing while working is more challenging. However, Sumit kept moving on the path and hope of big rewards motivated him to stick to it and finally, in his fifth attempt he cracked CSE 2018 and secured 54th rank.

He has chosen Public Administration as optional subject.


Last Update Sunday 21st July 2019

Awanish Kumar Sharan, IAS - His marks revelation came as a morale booster with a message

On Sunday 26th May 2019  

A few days back, Awanish Kumar Sharan, 2009 batch IAS officer from Chattisgarh cadre was in news when he shared his marks scored at school level and even in graduation.

Scoring a meager 44.5% in 10th standard, 65% in 12th and even 60.7% in graduation; still, achieving two-digit rank in coveted Civil Services Examination that too with Hindi medium certainly shows big execution capability of Awanish who could do it with sheer hard work and determination.


Last Update Sunday 26th May 2019

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

‘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

Explore if Civil Services Examination is the most suitable option among Career Choices Available

On Sunday 14th October 2018  

As hunt for career exploration begins, you have array of options available and from there, you shortlist some jobs as career options.

Before you commit yourself for Civil Services Examination, you need to do little research and accordingly set time deadlines and define outcome.

Besides, you need to look at what you wish to do with the rest of your life. It is all about satisfaction and accomplishment.


Last Update Friday 31st May 2019

Always be honest with yourself, it do wonders to your life; says Manoranjan Behera (CSE 2017 Achiever)

On Wednesday 15th August 2018  

Manoranjan Behera, B.Tech. (Electronics & Instrumentations) from NIT, Raurkela has been making attempt consistently and finally, achieved success with Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was his fifth attempt and he had chosen Sociology as Optional Subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Honoring ‘Success’ that inspires successes – CSE 2017 Achievers felicitated

On Sunday 12th August 2018  

Success in Civil Services Examination is a massive triumph and accomplishment makes the toppers a role model for the future aspirants who dream to become IAS.

Their success brings fresh life to many young dreams that make great efforts for making career in ‘Civil Services’.

By honoring ‘Success’ that inspires successes, a clear message is sent to future aspirants to perform in civil Services Examination and embrace success.


Last Update Sunday 12th August 2018

How to approach Civil Services (Main) Examination 2018

On Tuesday 7th August 2018  

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2018 begins on 28th September and you have only a few weeks in hand to prepare for it.

It is difficult call if you have to choose which among General Studies, Optional Subject or Essay Paper tends to become decider in Main Examination.

So, it’s time to have a strategy in place and prioritize the areas that need immediate attention. Utilize the remaining time in hand to work on areas that are strong and try to devote some time to cover the weaknesses (if you are able to spot) as far as possible.


Last Update Tuesday 7th August 2018

IAS Preparation Tips: Explore, Understand and Integrate these in your strategies

On Tuesday 7th August 2018  

Civil Services Examination is in a league of its own. It is getting more creative and innovative; thus requires a fresh approach and effective strategies to emerge successful.

Sticking to the syllabus, you feel that the level of preparation is good, but certain distinct trends have been emerging in the examination where expectations are much above the routine as some evolving issues, contemporary problems and inter-related issues with topics gives you a feel that there exist gaps between the examiner’s expectation and your preparation.


Last Update Thursday 6th June 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

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