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Civil Services Examination: Preparation Strategies that reflect the current trends

On Monday 9th July 2018  

This so called ‘unpredictable examination’ has something unique every year and a blink changes life for many.

As usual, I have been talking to some of the top rankers and successful candidates in Civil Services Examination 2017 and have gathered some useful information that can be of some help to you.

You may or may not spot anything new or you have not heard; but, you can always make your own understanding of the things that are in trend.

I hope if you are able to relate yourself with these and include something that seems useful in your plan, you stand to gain.

Last Update Thursday 15th November 2018

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

I have a positive attitude towards life that remained unaffected by earlier failures; says Pooja Vashisth (AIR 111; CSE 2017)

On Friday 6th July 2018  

After clearing all obstacles that came in way to her dream career, Pooja Vashisth, B.Tech in Biotechnology from R V College of Engineering, Bangalore has secured 111th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Pooja achieved this success in her third attempt.

Her Optional subject was Political Science & International Relations

Last Update Tuesday 16th 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

Consistency and Perseverance have been my tools throughout my preparation; says Gaurav Kumar (AIR 34 CSE 2017)

On Thursday 5th July 2018  

Gaurav Kumar, a topper in class 10th and 12th standard and Gold medallist in B.E has posted an astounding success in Civil Services Examination 2017 by securing 34th rank in the merit-list.

He has achieved this success in fourth attempt.

He had picked up Sociology as optional subject.

Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

“This exam requires a broad understanding and not rote learning of facts” says Pratham Kaushik (AIR 5; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 30th June 2018  

When it comes to Civil Services Examination, securing Rank 5 is a big success. It gains more significance as in his first attempt Pratham Kaushik couldn’t even clear Preliminary Examination.

After completing B.E. from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh Pratham commenced preparation for Civil Services Examination and in his second attempt he has produced this wonderful result.

He had chosen 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

“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

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

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

While Optional Subject is the game changer; it is very crucial to get high marks in the optional in order to get a rank in the top 100; says Bipasha Kalita (AIR 41; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 17th June 2018  

Bipasha Kalita (AIR 41; CSE 2017) talks about her preparation style and the way she chalked out strategy for facing Civil Services Examination.

Optional Subject: Anthropology

Number of Attempts: 4 (Four)


Last Update Sunday 17th June 2018

Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2018: What should be your focus right now?

On Thursday 31st May 2018  

An outstanding Performance is expected from you.

How effectively you face the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2018 question papers in examination hall will determine your fate and only time will tell the outcome.

What is more important is that the outcome will define you are headed on the right track or not.


Last Update Thursday 31st May 2018

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