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I am an Electronics Engineering final year student. I have been a good student through out. My only fear for going for IAS is that if even after 4 attempts, i am unable to clear (in case), what would be options left to me. And this is the reason why my parents also don't encourage me for it. But I aspire for it seriously. Kindly guide me in this regard.

Be optimist. As you are a good student, it should not be a big problem for you to make an honest attempt.

Don’t give up without having a ‘try’. Have faith in your abilities and start preparing seriously for CSE.

Moreover, why you are thinking you will not succeed in four attempts. Think as if you have only one attempt and you have to get top ranks so that you get desired post.

Your parents should not worry much as you are well qualified and getting suitable job should never be a problem for you.

All the best!

 


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