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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

“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

“UPSC Civil Services Examination is very easy; we fail when we unnecessarily complicate it”; says Pranav Anant Kanitkar (AIR 166; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 29th July 2018  

Pranav Anant Kanitkar, Masters in Economics had taken major decision by switching his job to create new value in life by pursuing Civil services Examination preparation. As has been destined, he had to work really hard and wait a little longer to make his dream come true.

What change made the biggest difference in his success- a word of advice from earlier selected candidates and he tasted the sweetness of success in his fifth attempt.

He got 166th rank in CSE 2017 and has placed his trust in Literature of Hindi Language choosing it as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

Focus on 3 Ds of Success - Determination, Discipline and Dedication; says Abhijeet Sinha (AIR 19; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 29th July 2018  

Abhijeet Sinha, an Electrical Engineer from IIT Kanpur has secured 19th Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017. It was his second attempt.

NTSC scholar; having Quizzing, Football (playing and watching) as hobbies and leisure activity such as meditation, Abhijeet always believed in handling things smartly.

When this attitude got prop up from genuine hard work, he accomplished the goal he had set for himself and found a place among top 20 in civil Services Examination 2017.

Abhijeet has chosen Economics as his Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 16th September 2018

Focus on maintaining pH i.e. Patience and Hard-work helped me succeed; says Vishal Mishra (AIR 49; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 24th June 2018  

Vishal Mishra, B.Tech from HBTU, Kanpur and M.Tech from IIT Kanpur, has carried out a splendid achievement by fulfilling his dream of becoming IAS. He has secured 49th Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Vishal had chosen Sociology as Optional Subject.

In his third attempt he achieved this brilliant success.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

The key to any success can be summarized in one term – Self-discipline; says Shreshth Tayal (AIR 73; CSE 2017)

On Monday 18th June 2018  

A practicing Chartered Accountant Shreshth Tayal has secured 73rd Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Here he talks about preparation strategies and suggests some ways out to handle Civil Services Examination preparation effectively.

Optional Subject: Commerce & Accountancy

Number of Attempts: 2 (Two)


Last Update Monday 18th June 2018

“Luck favours the prepared mind!” says Vallari Mahendra Gaikwad (AIR-131; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 17th June 2018  

Vallari Mahendra Gaikwad discuss preparation style at various stages of examination and how it can be managed effectively within limited time.

Educational Qualifications: BSL LLB from ILS Law College, Pune; LLM (Constituional Law) Department of Law, Pune University.

Optional subject: Law

Number of Attempts: 3 (Three)


Last Update Sunday 17th June 2018

Be very clear about what the General Studies syllabus is; says Siddhant Jain (AIR 201; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 17th June 2018  

Siddhant Jain (AIR 201; CSE 2017) talks about his preparation style and the way he chalked out strategy for facing Civil Services Examination.

Optional Subject: Geography

Number of Attempts: 3 (Three)


Last Update Sunday 17th June 2018

Explore if Civil Services Examination is the most suitable option as your ‘Career Choice’

On Saturday 25th March 2017  

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.

If you don’t set Goals; you efforts will be without direction and it may take a long time before you really know the path you traverse will take you to the desired destination or not.


Last Update Sunday 14th October 2018

“Focus on one thing at a time; it helps in reaching your goal quicker”, says Aayush Garg (AIR 63; CSE 2015)

On Saturday 18th March 2017  

With post of ‘IAS’ in sight, Aayush Garg (AIR 63; CSE 2015) accomplished the task in very first attempt.

He has been able to execute things as per plan since he could dream about the final outcome and has commenced preparation with a fixed time-frame in mind and was clear that in case he is not able to crack the Civil Services Examination, being a qualified Chartered Accountant, he will go back and continue with his profession.


Last Update Saturday 18th March 2017

3 Questions aspirants should ask before serious Civil Services Exam Preparation

On Sunday 12th February 2017  

A lot of candidates make promise with themselves to crack the prestigious Civil Services Examination, and they begin foray in to it with a view to emerge successful in this attempt.

You among many such candidates waiting for this opportunity, would be indulged in serious preparation.

Among many factors that influence the outcome, I have listed 3 questions an aspirant need to answer before commencement of Preparation-Plan.


Last Update Sunday 9th December 2018

“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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