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While Preparing for IAS, Multi-Tasking is going to be the Name of Game

On Saturday 22nd December 2018  

For any candidate, decision to appear in Civil Service Examination is big as it involves long preparation-plan that requires capability, courage and commitment. 
A scientific approach, well thought-out planning, right strategy for complete preparation and a well laid out action-plan takes you step-by-step towards your goal.


Last Update Saturday 22nd December 2018

IAS 2019 - Anybody can Achieve Anything

On Monday 3rd December 2018  

Yes, every year many candidates among you prove the above statement right and accomplish the goals by achieving big success.

It is a regular phenomenon and with CSE 2017 results we saw Durishetty Anudeep (AIR 1), Anu Kumari (AIR 2), Sachin Gupta (AIR 3) and many other candidates who accomplished the task in style.

In next few months, with Civil Services Examination 2018 results, we are going to have a glimpse of new stars who will be rewarded for their genuine hard work and honest efforts.


Last Update Sunday 9th December 2018

What is adequate time duration for an effective Civil Services Examination preparation?

On Sunday 7th October 2018  

In recent times the Civil Services Examination has been transformed and the way aspirants look at it has also changed dramatically.

So, what used to be approx. from 1 year to 3 years’ time period for sound preparation; now, a large section of candidates keep minimum one to one and half years time-frame for preparation.

What has changed?

With lots of awareness around and advice from successful candidates, it is not difficult to make your game-plan and guidance from trusted coaching institute with a hands-on learning approach, it has become easier to manage the preparation-plan.


Last Update Monday 19th November 2018

Focus is on Civil Services Examination 2019 now

On Wednesday 3rd October 2018  

Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2019 will be staged on 2nd June 2019.

For serious candidates, preparation starts approximately one year before the examination as one needs to take care of requirements at different stages of this examination.

You need to have a holistic view about the exam and integrated approach with Main Examination oriented study-plan really helps in handling the work-load effectively.


Last Update Sunday 18th November 2018

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

Those who couldn’t clear Prelims 2018 - Understand the nature of the examination and the level of competition it holds

On Tuesday 7th August 2018  

It is really tough for candidates to accept setback after putting in so much of hard work and focused preparation. However, creative, intelligent and determined candidates understand the nature of this examination and the level of competition it holds.

After introspection, you must be back to your study-schedule and would have commenced preparation for next year.


Last Update Sunday 17th February 2019

“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

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

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

Enamoured by the Indian Foreign Service, for me it was just bridging the gap between the vision and actually accomplishing it; says Vallari Mahendra Gaikwad (AIR-131; CSE 2017)

On Wednesday 13th June 2018  

Vallari Mahendra Gaikwad from Maharashtra has achieved 131st Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was her third attempt.

She has done BSL LLB from ILS Law College, Pune and LLM (Constitutional Law) from Department of Law, Pune University and for her, picking Law as optional subject was an obvious choice.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

“Smart Work and Focused Strategy with Consistent Effort are the Key Mantras for my Success“; says Amol Srivastava (AIR 83; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 12th June 2018  

Story of Amol Srivastva clearly resonates with a lot of talented youngsters who have made their presence felt in recent years. After completing B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) from VIT, Vellore Amol gave himself a new ambition to realize his dreams.

In his second attempt he achieved this brilliant success.

He chose Political Science & International Relations as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

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