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hi..i am working in a MNC company in bangalore and i would like to take civil service exam..is that possible without quitting the job?and i would like to know about the best institutes in bangalore

Yes, why not. In recent trends reveals the fact that there are numerous candidates like you take up this challenge and make their presence felt.

No doubt, it is difficult to manage while in job but, with self-discipline you can definitely find ways to justify your decision.

Coaching does help in uplifting your preparation but, we suggest that you start with self-study to build a strong base. This will help you in better understanding and conceptual clarity that is what you need the most, while facing different stages of this examination.

It will also help you in making a better use of coaching in case you feel the need at a later stage.

When you are working in MNC, you can easily identify the value of commitments, planning and adhering to schedules etc. and once you take up this task, you will appreciate as it has a purpose. So, go ahead and make a beginning.


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