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An analysis of Marks secured by First Rankers in Civil Services Examination 2013-2018

On Friday 8th May 2020  

A glance at the marks secured by 1st rankers in last six year reveal their performance.

This is an attempt to give you a fair idea about the marks they secured in Mains (Written) as well as at Interview stage.

In the analysis while the General Studies score have contributed; in all the toppers aggregate the major impact has come from Optional Subject marks.

 


Last Update Tuesday 26th May 2020

Civil Service Examination Preparation Strategy: Short-term Planning

On Wednesday 6th May 2020  

This is big examination that requires long-term planning.

But, there are few candidates unaware of requirements, commence preparation just before notification is out.  

At the same time, there are some talented, capable candidates who start a little late due to some valid reasons; still, put in hard work and dedicate fully towards preparation.

For all these candidates, an effective short-term strategy can help them handle this difficult task effectively.


Last Update Thursday 7th May 2020

Civil Service Examination Preparation Strategy: Short-term Planning

On Wednesday 6th May 2020  

This is big examination that requires long-term planning.

But, there are few candidates unaware of requirements, commence preparation just before notification is out.  

At the same time, there are some talented, capable candidates who start a little late due to some valid reasons; still, put in hard work and dedicate fully towards preparation.

For all these candidates, an effective short-term strategy can help them handle this difficult task effectively.


Last Update Thursday 7th May 2020

Civil Service Examination Preparation Strategy: Long-term Planning

On Wednesday 6th May 2020  

It is tough; no doubt about that.

We sincerely hope that some of the suggestions listed here would help the candidates planning to take a plunge in Civil Services Examination to plan out a strategy of their own.

Instead of trying, gaining awareness by taking 1-2 attempts, prepare meticulously so that you achieve success in your first attempt and that too with high ranks.


Last Update Thursday 7th May 2020

Sumit Kumar Rai (AIR 54; CSE 2018) : How to face unpredictability and accomplish something that seems unattainable?

On Monday 13th April 2020  

Accomplishing something that really seemed unattainable for a long period makes it exciting, an unforgettable moment when you actually achieve it.

For Sumit Kumar Rai, it was a long wait for success as it came with his 5th attempt.

Here, Sumit has shed some light on some pertinent facts by sharing his experience with Civil Services Examination touching fine points that will help you in understanding the requirements better.


Last Update Thursday 30th April 2020

It is ‘Willingness’ to Learn that creates the difference; says Karnati Varunreddy (AIR 7; CSE 2018)

On Monday 13th April 2020  

Like success, failure has several effects and such occurrences have diverse impact on individuals. Here we are talking about Karnati Varunreddy a youngster from Nalgonda, Telangana for whom failure became a plateau at which he got his thoughts in order and put things in perspective to try again. 

His campaign continued till he reached his destination in fifth attempt. Though, he succeeded in his third attempt when he changed his optional subject from Geography to Mathematics; but, with 166th Rank he got IRS (IT). In 4th attempt again he made it but, 225th Rank in CSE 2017 proved to be a rung on the ladder.

Here, Karnati Varunreddy shares his preparation-Plan for Civil services Examination and experiences he gained and how his positive mental attitude helped him stay in the race.


Last Update Monday 13th April 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

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

Planning, Hard Work and Consistency helped Ankita Choudhary secure 14th Rank in Civil Services Exam 2018

On Tuesday 9th July 2019  

Ankita Choudhary, from Meham, Rohtak (Haryana) has achieved a splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2018 and secured 14th rank.

It was her second attempt and she had chosen Public Administration as optional subject.


Last Update Friday 19th 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

Optional Subject Performance in Civil Services Exam 2018 - An Observation

On Sunday 26th May 2019  

In the whole set-up, one thing that is exceptionally crucial in any candidate’s Civil Services Exam result is overall performance and marks secured in Optional Subject is one of the most significant one that impacts the fortunes.

Looking at the successful candidates in Civil Services Examination 2018, Cut-off and marks details gives lots of insights and identifies the areas that helped in success.

When it comes to future aspirants, inquisitiveness about performance of optional subject is top of mind and many a time, the current trends helps them decide the most suitable optional subject for themselves.

It is just an overview and not authentic figures; the observations are based on information gathered from successful candidates and associates from teaching fraternity.


Last Update Thursday 30th April 2020

Civil Services Examination Preparation: Be Organized To Face A Major Life Event

On Tuesday 14th May 2019  

You are standing at the threshold of a new stage of life trying to find out the right direction and the right information on career-choices present in front of you.

You have freedom to make decision among a wide range of career options available.

When you are taking one of the most important decisions you have made in life by choose ‘Civil Services’ as the final career destination, you are making your mind up for something big.


Last Update Tuesday 26th May 2020

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