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3 broad categories of IAS aspirants that ultimately define their chances of success

On Sunday 14th July 2019  

Success in Civil Services Examination is a dream for many; but, majority of candidates look at the “odds of being successful” and this becomes the most crucial factor why several otherwise talented candidates desert their dreams of foray in to Civil Services Examination.

It is all about you and how you visualize your endeavour.

I believe there are three broad categories in which Civil Services Examination aspirants can be segregated.


Last Update Sunday 14th July 2019

For becoming IAS, Persistence paid off as Sumit Kumar Rai accomplished his Goal in 5th attempt

On Friday 12th July 2019  

A Gold medalist for the best academic performance at IIT-ISM, Dhanbad Sumit Kumar Rai began his career with Cairn India Limited; but, very early in life he had set his career destination as Indian Administrative Service (IAS).

As such it is a grueling exam-plan and preparing while working is more challenging. However, Sumit kept moving on the path and hope of big rewards motivated him to stick to it and finally, in his fifth attempt he cracked CSE 2018 and secured 54th rank.

He has chosen Public Administration as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Main Examination 2019: Are you ready to change your preparation style?

On Tuesday 18th June 2019  

As the Preliminary Examination 2019 got over, the sprint started for evaluating the performance and knowing the expected cut-off.

This year, Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2019 has been considered even tougher comparing last edition and many candidates are expecting lower cut-off.

The fate of all the candidates has been sealed; but, you cannot just wait for knowing your result as you have to care for Main Examination 2019.

 


Last Update Tuesday 18th June 2019

“Accepting Failures with a Smile and Learning from Mistakes Made it Easier” says Mayank Gupta (AIR 177; CSE 2018)

On Wednesday 17th April 2019  

A Medico Mayank Gupta from Alwar, Rajasthan has been rewarded for his hard work and patience as he achieved an impressive success in Civil Services Examination and secured 177th Rank.

He had to wait a little longer as this success came to him in his fifth attempt.

He had chosen his own subject Medical Sciences as Optional Subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Being among top 10 is unbelievable; this is not something I even dreamt of; says Vaishali Singh (AIR 8; CSE 2018)

On Thursday 11th April 2019  

When you are preparing for Exam like it, you need to have a plan; and you have to work really hard to achieve your goal.

Vaishali Singh (AIR 8; CSE 2018), a Law graduate from National Law University, Delhi has achieved a splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2018.

She had shown faith in her own subject Law that she chose as optional subject.

 


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

Learning Effective Examination Techniques for Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination

On Friday 5th April 2019  

With a clear understanding of requirements and an effective preparation for facing Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, you need some tips to score better for effectively approaching the aptitude-based timed tests.

While preparing along with covering syllabus you should learn few techniques thus making things more productive.

With focus and practice, you can get away without worrying much about the ‘Negative Marking’.


Last Update Tuesday 30th April 2019

Is Public Administration as an optional Subject making a comeback?

On Sunday 31st March 2019  

Choosing the right optional subject is a big challenge and to put in plain words the process for optional subject selection requires a rational decision.

While momentum is gathering pace to opt one of the subject studied earlier as optional subject; still, majority of candidates put up a strategic move and pick a popular subject by making cross-domain shift.

As the trend suggest, among the most popular optional subjects available for Civil Services (Main) Examination, Public Administration is once again showing signs of revival of interest among candidates and if thing turn in favour, Public Administration is all set to regain the lost glory.

 


Last Update Tuesday 2nd April 2019

IAS Preparation – How well have you defined your Goal?

On Friday 15th February 2019  

Civil Services Examination, ‘Mother of all Exams’ as it is called; is in league of its own. In recent years, this examination has become more creative and innovative and the emerging requirements have forced the candidates to adopt a fresh approach for preparation.


Last Update Friday 15th February 2019

“Give your best; so that even if you fall, you fall with glory”, says Pratham Kaushik (AIR 5; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 30th December 2018  

From failing in Preliminary Examination in his first attempt (CSE 2016) to securing Rank 5 in Civil Services Examination 2017 shows Pratham Kaushik’s power to make a strong come back.

After all, he is a Roger Federer admirer and he really worked hard to realize his dreams.


Last Update Monday 31st December 2018

“The importance of Patience, an Attitude of not giving up and Consistent Hard Work help in Accomplishing the Goal”, says Abhijeet Sinha (AIR 19; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 30th December 2018  

For Abhijeet Sinha, an Electrical Engineer from IIT Kanpur, first attempt in CSE 2016 had not gone well. Still, he wished and hoped to see at least his name in the merit-list. Not to find his name was a heart- wrenching experience, perhaps because it was the 1st major failure of his life.

But, he did not drown himself in the misery; rather, picked up and set to discover the weaknesses and tackle them head on. Equally importantly, he realised that there is no substitute to Hard Work, a factor that was missing in first attempt.

This way his failure became the foundation of success in his second attempt as he secured 19th Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Abhijeet has chosen Economics as his Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 30th December 2018

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

Personality Test (Interview) 2018: – Have an End in Mind

On Tuesday 18th December 2018  

Main Examination 2018 result are the most awaited thing right now and till the time result is out, majority of candidates find it difficult to concentrate on anything they pick up.

Soon, the outcome of efforts made by candidates in Main Examination 2018 would be in front of us and consequences of that will determine the path on which the candidates will move.


Last Update Wednesday 19th December 2018

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