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Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2020: What should be your focus right now?

On Wednesday 1st April 2020  

It is time to understand the creative and innovative approach that Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) is adopting these days.

In this exciting set-up, an outstanding Performance is expected from you. How effectively you face the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2020 question papers in examination hall will determine your fate and only time will tell the outcome.

It is going to be more important that the Prelims outcome will define that you are headed on the right track or not.

 


Last Update Wednesday 1st April 2020

Will I succeed in Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2020 ?

On Wednesday 1st April 2020  

The D-day is nearing and as you approach the Civil Services (Preliminary) Exam 2020 conducted by Union Public Service Commission, sometimes things look uncertain and a negative spark strikes the mind that raises a thought “Am I ready to face it?”

It is stiff competition; but, you have given precious time and effort to prepared it well. Have faith in the groundwork you have done in past few months.

If you aspire to be among toppers, your confidence increases if you cross the first hurdle – Prelims in this encounter.


Last Update Wednesday 1st April 2020

From Engineering to career in Civil services, perseverance helped me stay afloat; says Alok Singh (AIR 628; CSE 2018)

On Wednesday 25th March 2020  

By taking charge of his life and availing opportunities to grow, 27 years old, Alok Singh secured success in Civil Services Examination 2018 and has accomplishes a Goal he envisaged during his first job. 

This success came to him in third attempt. It is more significant as Alok was preparing for Civil Services Examination while continuing in service. 

He considers his performance in Essay and interview helped him succeed. His Optional Subject has been Geography.


Last Update Wednesday 25th March 2020

A Post-Graduate in Chemistry opted for Public Administration as Optional and secured 14th Rank in CSE 2018

On Wednesday 25th March 2020  

Resounding success of Ankita Choudhary has once again put Public Administration in limelight as she secured 14th rank in Civil Services Examination 2018.

Ankita, M.Sc. (Chemistry) from IIT, Delhi made strategic decision while opting for Optional Subject and decided in favour of Public Administration that contributed a lot in her success.


Last Update Wednesday 25th March 2020

Hard Work, Dedication coupled with a Smart Strategy worked for me; says Abhishek Jain (AIR 111; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

If one has to sum up the success of Abhishek Jain, it can be done in one word – Grit.

By showing courage to appear in Civil Services Examination after finishing graduation and accomplishing the goal in first attempt is not a small feat.

In doing so, Abhishek showed his faith in his own subject by picking Commerce & Accountancy as his Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 22nd March 2020

There are a lot of personal factors that always motivates everyone; says Hitesh Kumar Meena (AIR 417; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

“In my first attempt, failure at the last stage happened to me, next attempt again proved to be a blockade and the third turned to be the one that helped me accomplish the task” said Hitesh Kumar Meena (AIR 417; CSE 2018).

If he has to narrate his story for Civil Services Examination or Indian Forest Service Examination, the above statement stands true for both.

Hitesh had picked up Civil Engineering as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 24th March 2020

Impeccable commitment to my goal and putting right efforts at the right time is secret of my success; says Pooja Gupta (AIR 147; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

Bachelor of Dental Surgery from GGSIPU, Delhi, Pooja Gupta set her goal very early in life and started working towards that. Being confident about her success, she planned her endeavour and by making the optimum use of the time available, she cracked Civil Services Examination in a flow.

Commencing preparation immediately after BDS, Pooja appeared in Civil Services Examination 2018 and achieved 147th rank in her very first encounter.

She had picked up Anthropology as her Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 22nd March 2020

I got fascinate towards Civil Services as I want to make a positive change to the Society; says Jasleen Kaur (AIR 152; CSE 2018)

On Sunday 22nd March 2020  

With imaginative and unwavering mind-set Jasleen Kaur embarked on her journey to become a part of the system, the administration. To discover the ways and to move forward, her strong desire helped her chart the success path.

Coming to Delhi from Kanpur (UP) was part of her preparation strategy and by taking small steps; Jasleen accomplished her task in the second attempt and secured 152nd Rank in Civil services Examination 2018.

She had chosen Philosophy as Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 22nd March 2020

Hope is the biggest motivator; Be honest with yourself and Work Hard for Success; says Ankita Choudhary (AIR 14; CSE 2018)

On Tuesday 8th October 2019  

When you face failure in your first attempt, it shakes your confidence and while preparing for the next attempt, you have baggage of the previous attempt.

But, Ankita Choudhary made a promise with herself to be sincere and delve deep in to preparation that helps her reach destination.

Here, she candidly talks about her experience with Civil Services Examination and how she approached each stage of the examination and finally tasted the sweetness of success.


Last Update Saturday 30th November 2019

When I got to know my result, I was seriously preparing for my next Prelims; says Gunjan Dwivedi (AIR 9; CSE 2018)

On Tuesday 8th October 2019  

For Gunjan Dwivedi if difficulty in learning facts and data proved to be a hindrance in cracking Preliminary Examination in first two attempts, her patience helped her stay in the race and with some timely advice from one of her friends, she achieve splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2018.

Here, she narrates her success-plan that helped her move step-by-step towards her dream.


Last Update Saturday 30th November 2019

Even if you are from small town or from a middle class family, you can succeed; says Srushti Jayant Deshmukh (AIR 5; CSE 2018)

On Saturday 14th September 2019  

Coming from Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), preparing there with a coaching institute (KSG) and her family to encourage; success of Srushti Jayant Deshmukh sends a clear message that you don’t need extra-ordinary background to succeed.

Here she candidly talks about her preparation strategies, challenges she faced and how she overcome those hurdles.


Last Update Wednesday 4th December 2019

Make this Journey a Defining Moment of your Life; says Suvendhu Kumar Patra (AIR 456; CSE 2018)

On Wednesday 14th August 2019  

A powerful transformation led Suvendhu Kumar Patra to success as he showed courage to continue his exertion even after repeated failures and finally accomplishing the Goal in fourth attempt.

Though, the first attempt was casual; but, to seriously prepare for Civil Services Examination he left job and sincerely focused on his preparation.

Suvendhu had chosen Political Science and International Relations as Optional Subject.


Last Update Wednesday 14th August 2019

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