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You are searching for "cross domain shift"   Total Result found: 11

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

Don’t compare your journey with someone else; Take some clues to stimulate your efforts and make your preparation effectual, says Siddhant Jain (AIR 201; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 16th June 2018  

Siddhant Jain, B.Tech (Industrial and Systems Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur has achieved a brilliant success in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was his third attempt and he has chosen Geography as Optional Subject.

Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

Self-Control, discipline, prioritizing needs and being flexible to embrace changes helped me accomplish the task; says Sangh Priy (AIR 92; CSE 2017)

On Friday 8th June 2018  

Sangh Priy, a Mechanical Engineer from IIT Kanpur has secured 92nd rank in Civil Services Examination 2017. He has achieved this splendid success in his second attempt.

Making a cross-domain shift, he had picked up Literature of Hindi Language as optional subject.

Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

Before saying ‘YES’ to making career in Civil Services, I just asked myself - what I want to do and where my interest lies” says Saurabh Jassal (AIR 404; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 22nd May 2018  

In his third attempt, Saurabh Jassal (AIR 404; CSE 2017) achieved desired success in Civil Services Examination 2017 with Law as optional subject.

Citing the reason for choosing ‘Civil Services’ as career, Saurav said, “No doubt changing economic environment offers immense lucrative career opportunities in various sectors; however the right answer lies in the fact that money has never been a priority for me. I believe we must pursue what we are passionate about; the money will automatically flow with the par excellence which one would show.

Other than this, all reasons why I want to get into civil services are strong enough to sideline such lucrative career opportunities.”

Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

“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

“I just kept moving on my path and focussed all attention on the goal” says first attempt achiever Kumar Harsh (AIR 43; CSE 2015)

On Sunday 7th August 2016  

‘Beginner’s Mindset’ encapsulates all the aspirations and enthusiasm and if one remains focussed, it is not difficult to understand the intricacies involved in Civil Services Examination preparation.

Success in first attempt is motivating and as Kumar Harsh got inspired by some previous year’s toppers; now with his scintillating success he has also joined the bandwagon and his success will motivate thousands of future aspirants to take a plunge and come out victorious in first attempt.

Last Update Thursday 18th July 2019

“Self-believe and a positive frame of mind towards success keeps you glued to the purpose” says Neha Meena, (IAS, CSE 2015)

On Sunday 31st July 2016  

Immediately after completing engineering degree in 2014 from NSIT, Delhi Neha Meena appeared in Civil Services Examination 2015 and emerged victorious in very first attempt.

She has qualified for coveted Indian Administrative Service (IAS).

Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

“Consistency and Patience helped me get through the Civil Services Examination” says Vinit Agarwal (AIR 128; CSE 2015)

On Wednesday 20th July 2016  

A Mechanical Engineer, Vinit Agarwal has cracked Civil Services Examination 2015 in his second attempt and has secured 128th rank in the Merit-List.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

Don’t cloud mind with destructive thoughts like “what if I don’t make it”, says Vidhya Sagar Naidu V (AIR 101; CSE 2015)

On Thursday 14th July 2016  

Computer Science (B.Tech) graduate, Vidhya Sagar Naidu V from Hyderabad has cracked Civil Services Examination 2015 in his second attempt and has secured 101st rank in merit-list that got him post in Indian Police Service (IPS).

He kept History as optional subject.

Last Update Thursday 18th July 2019

“I was surrounded by influencers - my family members who always encouraged me to perform”, says Jatin Lal (AIR 42; CSE 2015)

On Tuesday 12th July 2016  

It is quite easy to succumb or to escape from the tough situations; but, if you are determined and are surrounded by positive people who constantly challenge you to move forward, chances are it may take a little longer; but, in the end you will emerge as a champion.

One such winner is Jatin Lal, who fulfilled the commitment he has made to himself as much needed push in career progression has given him a place in the coveted Indian Administrative Services (IAS)

Last Update Thursday 18th July 2019

Showing courage for appearing in Civil Services Examination at an age of 28 was not an easy decision, says Nitin Sangwan (AIR 28; CSE 2015)

On Monday 11th July 2016  

Commencing career with computer software giant Infosys, married for 4 years and father of little princess aged 3 – all factors that force a common youth to put-off plans for venturing into something extra-ordinary and shifting focus on foray in to Civil Services Examination.

But, 32 years old Nitin Sangwan has woven a different story and has achieved brilliant success by achieving 28th rank in Civil Services Examination 2015.

Last Update Thursday 18th July 2019

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