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Sir, I am B.Tech 4th year student. I want to become an IAS. Today I have only one thing PASSION for IAS. Please sir, guide me how I start my preparation?

It is true that only people passionate about success in Civil services Examination make it to final List.But, being optimistic along is not going to help. Your sincere efforts in right direction will guide you to your destination.

There is no short-cut and only focused hard work helps you succeed.

Being in final year, this is the appropriate time to commence preparation for Civil Services Examination so that you can seriously look at it as soon as you become eligible to appear in examination.

Understanding the complete exam-plan and related requirements at each stage of examination is must. Besides, self-assessment would help you in identifying your strengths and weaknesses. Based on this, you can plan your preparation strategy and accordingly prioritize the areas that are new to you or need attention.

Commence preparation with NCERT Books to have basics clear. Also, start reading newspapers preferably two national dailies and make self-notes.

Make a beginning; as you advance, you will keep on getting insights about moving ahead.


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