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Art And Craft Of Success In Civil Services Exam
by indiancivilservices - 7402 reads, based on 16 votes
"What does it take to be an IAS Officer?" is one question I have been repeatedly asked by the students with a hint of sparkle in their eyes. Every time I have repeated the same answer, "A lot of grit, obsession for learning and a bit of that sparkle in the eyes." I tell them that Civil Services is not just another job. In fact it is a whole new approach to life. The essence of Civil Services is a deep sense of commitment to public good which requires proper understanding and appreciation of Indian reality with all its weaknesses and strengths. We need to identify with the ethos of our society and its cravings.... More

Prepare Well for IAS Exams
by indiancivilservices - 14396 reads, based on 24 votes
Before initiating the preparations, a few things must be noted by the candidates. The choice of optional subject for Paper-II has to be done very carefully. The candidates must plan ahead of time with eyes on the main examination and choose the optional which he/she intends taking up in the Mains. The preparations done for the preliminaries would assist the candidates in getting good grasp of the subject and the effort put in would not go waste after the prelims. ... More

Interview for IAS - Strategy and Tips
by indiancivilservices - 10529 reads, based on 17 votes
The final stage is that of interview. There are cases where students clear the preliminary and the mains but fail at the last stage. The secret is to start for preparations for the interview along with the written test. Develop the habit of debating and discussing issues with friends or parents. Listen to the current affairs programmes and learn to organise thoughts the way the participants do. Develop interests and hobbies so that you are able to answer convincingly. Understand the current affairs and the issues behind the events. Remember that the interview is not a cross examination but a natural but purposeful conversation. It is an opportunity to reveal the mental qualities of a candida... More


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