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Importance of an IAS
Importance of an IAS Officer in our Society Being an IAS officer means different thing to different people. Few examples are as follows- • For your parents, IAS means their son’s or daughter’s future • For your friends, it might mean just a job profile • For your neighbors, IAS means being a sarkaari Babu and earning loads of bucks • For the well-off, it means bureaucrats who can be tamed with some money under the table • For the vulnerable section, an IAS officer is like a God if the officer has done even one good deed for their upliftment • For politicians, IAS ( the honest ones) are but an obstacle in their shenanigans • For president, IAS would mean the grassroot lynchpin between government and citizenry • Lastly, IAS is what IAS does. At the end of the day, it all comes down to you and the aspirations you have. IAS to you should mean serving the society.
  • 2018-05-29T03:15:11

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 Tips to crack UPSC
Tips to crack UPSC CSE in the first attempt Clearing UPSC-Civil services examination in first attempt is considered as myth by most of the candidates. Today, we are going to discuss about clearing civil services examination in first attempt and will share a few tips to make it possible. We need to remind ourselves that this is not a conventional exam which you gave in your school and colleges. Different perspective is needed, Given below are few important points that you need to do before appearing in this examination. 1. Familiarity with UPSC-CSE exam stages and pattern. 2. Thoroughly analyse the syllabus 3. Go through the question papers of previous years. 4. Take advise from seniors or people whom you trust 5. Read The Hindu / Indian express every day. 6. Purchase / collect relevant reference study material. 7. Make a realistic timetable and follow it strictly. 8. Be thorough with NCERT books before jumping to reference books 9. Start writing practice / notes from day one which will help you at later stage. 10. Finalise your optional subject and read only the most preferred book for that subject. 11. Finish one reading of NCERT and reference books in first seven months. 12. Once reading reference books is finished, start writing Mock Tests. 13. Do not learn anything new two months prior to the exam. Just focus on mock papers and Revision. Brush up your basics again, skim through reference books and your notes, read important from prelims exam point of view. We wish you best of luck in your journey towards cracking civil services examination
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