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“When you know yourself and your goals; it will set the tone for an Effective Preparation” says G Surya Sai Praveenchand (AIR 64; CSE 2018)

On Saturday 20th April 2019  

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.


Last Update Sunday 28th April 2019

How to approach Civil Services (Main) Examination 2018

On Tuesday 7th August 2018  

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2018 begins on 28th September and you have only a few weeks in hand to prepare for it.

It is difficult call if you have to choose which among General Studies, Optional Subject or Essay Paper tends to become decider in Main Examination.

So, it’s time to have a strategy in place and prioritize the areas that need immediate attention. Utilize the remaining time in hand to work on areas that are strong and try to devote some time to cover the weaknesses (if you are able to spot) as far as possible.


Last Update Tuesday 7th August 2018

IAS Preparation Tips: Explore, Understand and Integrate these in your strategies

On Tuesday 7th August 2018  

Civil Services Examination is in a league of its own. It is getting more creative and innovative; thus requires a fresh approach and effective strategies to emerge successful.

Sticking to the syllabus, you feel that the level of preparation is good, but certain distinct trends have been emerging in the examination where expectations are much above the routine as some evolving issues, contemporary problems and inter-related issues with topics gives you a feel that there exist gaps between the examiner’s expectation and your preparation.


Last Update Thursday 6th June 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 Sunday 5th August 2018

“There is no substitute for consistency and hard work”; says Yashraj Nain (AIR 272; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 31st July 2018  

24 years old Yashraj Nain from Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan has secured 272nd rank in Civil Services Examination 2017 in his very first attempt.

Yashraj graduated (Economics and Political Science) from Hindu College, Delhi and did Masters in Politics with specialization in International studies from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.

He had chosen Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) as his optional subject.


Last Update Wednesday 1st August 2018

Experiment, make Mistakes, Analyse and make Improvements; says Sanjeev Kumar Maurya (AIR 89; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 31st July 2018  

Sanjeev Kumar Maurya, a consistent campaigner took four attempts to reach his destination and secured 89th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

He has chosen Public Administration as optional subject.

It was his fourth attempt; all the fourth times he wrote Mains and even reached interview stage thrice.


Last Update Friday 12th October 2018

“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 Sunday 16th September 2018

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

“I used internet to understand the nuances of this exam, its requirements and intricacies involved” says Sudhir Kumar (AIR 42; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 24th July 2018  

Sudhir Kumar, a simple science graduate from Delhi University took it up as challenge to crack Civil Services Examination and with full dedication, determination and focus achieved this brilliant success.

With self-prepared strategies Sudhir moved forward slowly but steadily and with his second attempt in civil Services Examination 2017 grabbed AIR 42.

Sudhir kept Sociology as optional subject.


Last Update Sunday 16th September 2018

“Keep your sources limited and focus on revision more”; says Mayank Verma (AIR 851; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 24th July 2018  

Mayank Verma, after completing B.E. (Instrumentation and control Engineering) from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Delhi in 2016 took his first attempt and achieved success in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Although he is still little away from his target – Post of ‘IAS’ this success will give him the boost he needs to crack it again with high ranks in next attempt.

His choice as Optional Subject - Political Science and International Relations


Last Update Sunday 16th September 2018

“To deal with unpredictability, first thing is to accept it and prepare mentally for it”; says Vishal Mishra (AIR 49; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 21st July 2018  

Vishal Mishra (AIR 49; CSE 2017) discloses his success-plan and how small-small thing matters while preparing for Civil Services Examination.

He candidly talks about the situations most of the candidates face during preparation phase that lead to drop in efficiency and suggests some ways out to come out of such circumstances.

Optional Subject- Sociology

No. of Attempts- Three (3)


Last Update Sunday 16th September 2018

“Master all the topics of the syllabus by in-depth understanding of the concepts involved” says Prateek Jain (AIR 86; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 21st July 2018  

Prateek Jain outlines his preparation strategy that helped him succeed in Civil Services Examination 2017. He also talks about the factors that helped him get in top 100.

Optional Subject: Mathematics

No. of Attempts: 2

Previous Selections: IFoS 2016 - AIR 3


Last Update Sunday 16th September 2018

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