सिविल सेवा परीक्षा कठिन है और तैयारी करते समय कई बाधाओं और चुनौतियों का सामना करना पड़ता है. यदि आप लगातार अपने आप को चुनौती देते हैं, तो मान लें आप विकास की राह पर है.
IIT गुवाहाटी से डिजाइन में स्नातक करने के बाद अक्षत जैन ने सिविल सेवा परीक्षा में भाग लेने का फैसला किया और अपने दूसरे प्रयास में उन्होंने CSE 2018 में द्वितीय रैंक प्राप्त कर उल्लेखनीय परिणाम दर्ज किया है.
उन्होंने वैकल्पिक विषय के रूप में मानव विज्ञान को चुना.
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.
When it came to choosing career for Gunjan Dwivedi (AIR 9; CSE 2018), the inspiration came from her father who is a retired IPS officer. He has been her childhood role model.
This success came in her third attempt as she couldn’t find the right strategy in her first two attempts. This time valuable advice came from one of her friends who helped her with planning for Preliminary Examination and after that she didn’t look back. This helped her accomplish the task as she secured 9th rank in Civil Services Examination 2018.
Her optional Subject was Political science and international relations.
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.
Sparsh Gupta, hailing from Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh (L.L.B. from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, Karnataka) has accomplished his goal by achieving success in Civil Services Examination 2018.
Since childhood, Sparsh had low vision problem that kept on deteriorating gradually; but, he had imagined something big in life and to achieve that he kept on making sincere efforts.
He commenced his professional life with Luthra & Luthra Offices in Delhi and Right now, Sparsh is working as Assistant Legal Advisor in ONGC, Western Onshore Basin, Vadodara (Gujarat).
The process for Civil Services Examination 2018 that begun with Preliminary Examination on 3rd June 2018, completed with the final result that has been declared by Union Public Service Commission on 5th April 2019.
Choosing the right optional subject is a big challenge and to put in plain words the process for optional subject selection requires a rational decision.
While momentum is gathering pace to opt one of the subject studied earlier as optional subject; still, majority of candidates put up a strategic move and pick a popular subject by making cross-domain shift.
As the trend suggest, among the most popular optional subjects available for Civil Services (Main) Examination, Public Administration is once again showing signs of revival of interest among candidates and if thing turn in favour, Public Administration is all set to regain the lost glory.
When we discuss about optional subject performances, some of the popular Optional Subjects have seen striking changes in fortunes showing huge swings; similarly, fate of candidates opting for such optional subjects has been impacted accordingly.
As has been pointed out many a time, after CSE 2013 when only ‘ONE’ optional subject regime came in effect, chances of subjects like Medical Science, Law, Anthropology, Commerce and Accountancy, Management, Economics have gone up.
Geography continues to be the most preferred subject among the optional subjects chosen by the candidates in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2015. History grabbed second spot leaving behind Public Administration and Sociology in top 10 list.
In new environment when candidates were to pick only ‘One’ optional subject, Geography, History, Public Administration and Sociology were the most preferred optional subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2015.
A glance at the data emerging from recently released 67th Annual Report of UPSC clearly indicates the top 10 optional subjects that helped candidates to crack Civil Services Examination 2015.
The list has all popular names of optional subjects that occupied the top 10 list; it displays similar name as figured in CSE 2014; but, fortunes of many candidates appeared with these optional subjects have changed dramatically.
Optional Subject selection is one of the biggest choices one has to make and once again, its significance has come on fore as the marks secured in optional subjects have a say in your final result.
With recent 67th Annual Report of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), the authentic data relating to performance of optional subjects in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2013, 2014 and 2015 out in public domain, candidates will get to know the true picture about performance of each optional subject and their success-rate.
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