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Career in Civil Services - The Top Most Career Opportunity Available

On Friday 31st May 2019  

Top of mind is Indian Administrative Services (IAS) among 2 dozen odd categories of services for which the combined Civil Services Examination is held every year.

UPSC recommends the suitable candidates based on the final merit-list and as per the aspirant’s preference of services opted for.

Last Update Friday 31st May 2019

Is it advantageous to have someone to guide about Civil Services Examination preparation ?

On Tuesday 2nd October 2018  

Civil Services Examination has an exam-plan that evaluates the candidate’s suitability for the top posts with multi-stage process that requires capability along with diverse set of skills and traits.

The big competition awaits you as huge number of claimants for limited seats makes the environment quite challenging.

In such a scenario, if you can get proper guidance, it will help you in uplifting preparation that can match examiners' expectations.

Last Update Tuesday 2nd October 2018

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

“It is never too late to think about Civil Services Examination and commence serious preparation” says Anukriti Sharma (AIR 355; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 5th August 2018  

Here is an amazing story of Anukriti Sharma for whom becoming Civil Servant was not a childhood dream; yet, she cracked Civil Services Examination with hard work and perseverance and unlocked a bright future in ‘Civil Services’.

For her, ‘Civil Services’ occurred as career possibility after marriage only. Still, she showed courage to prepare for it and demonstrated a remarkable strength of mind despite unsuccessful three attempts.

She achieved this brilliant success in her fourth attempt and securing 355th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

She picked up Geography as Optional Subject.

Last Update Monday 29th July 2019

Candidates from all backgrounds have a great chance if they are willing to work hard; says Karthik Kotturu (AIR 529; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 10th July 2018  

It is all about planning and having a holistic approach towards all papers that defines outcome in Civil Services Examination.

For Karthik Kotturu it was his second attempt that helped him realize and understand the intricacies involved and by prioritizing study-plan as per requirements, he achieved final success in Civil Services Examination 2017.

He had chosen Electrical Engineering as optional subject.

Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Never doubt yourself and never lose hope; says Yognik Baghel (AIR 340; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 8th July 2018  

Yognik Baghel, B.Tech. (Information and Communication Technology) from Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication has achieved success in Civil services Examination 2017.

For Yognik, it was third attempt that that gave him taste of success as he held 340th Rank; though, he expected a little better.

He had chosen Philosophy as optional subject.

Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

“Be Positive and Work Hard in Right Direction, Success will be yours”; says Pushp Lata (AIR 80; CSE 2017)

On Thursday 5th July 2018  

For Pushp Lata, a mother of 5 year old, it has been a radical change of directions as she showed courage to appearing Civil Services Examination when circumstances were quite challenging and with family responsibilities even imagining about it was difficult.

Despite all odds, she has registered a remarkable success in Civil Services Examination 2017 by securing 80th rank.

It was her third attempt and she had picked up Geography as optional subject.

Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

Civil Services Exam can be made less unpredictable with preparation in right direction and applying that knowledge smartly; says Ankit Jain (AIR 222; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 17th June 2018  

Civil Services Examination preparation requires an organized study-plan and holistic approach. Ankit Jain list out his priorities and shares his understanding of each stage of this examination.

The most significant part of his experience is about Optional Subject where he talks about optional subject selection as he continued to show faith in Public Administration that has not been performing so well in recent times.

Educational Qualification: B.Tech from IET, Lucknow (UPTU)

Number of Attempts: Third attempt

Optional Subject: Public Administration

Last Update Sunday 17th June 2018

Unpredictability right from Preliminary Examination to Mains to Personality Test is the name of the game; says Prem Prakash Meena (AIR 102; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 17th June 2018  

Prem Prakash Meena talks about significance of effective preparation for General Studies and role of Optional Subject in overall strategy. His success-plan is enough to inspire you for an outstanding performance in Civil Services Examination.

Educational qualification: B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)

Optional Subject: Anthropology

Number of Attempts: 2nd Attempt – IAS

Previous Selection: 1st Attempt CSE 2016 - IRS, Income Tax

Last Update Sunday 17th June 2018

Thinking of making career in Civil Services: Your intellectual Calibre is at test

On Saturday 3rd March 2018  

A glance at the syllabus for the Civil Services Examination clearly indicates that it is about thoroughness and exhaustive coverage and candidate’s assessment is based on originality, core focus and presentation techniques which determine where you finally land up.

Last Update Saturday 8th June 2019

While commencing IAS 2019 Preparation, It is time to speak up to yourself

On Saturday 25th March 2017  

If you don’t speak your mind and converse with yourself by putting some essential questions while commencing preparation for Civil Services Examination, you will find it difficult to manage preparation for such a fierce competition.

Civil Services Examination is a big challenge that will test your mettle; so, be acquainted with the exam-plan and intricacies its preparation involves, what will keep you moving in right direction and once successful, opportunities it offers.

The moment you do this exercise, you will initiate a process that has power to transform you life.

Last Update Saturday 12th January 2019

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

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