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Preparation Plan - Bandla Dinesh Aditya (AIR 270; CSE 2015)
Atul Kapoor Last Update on: 20 Aug 2021

Bandla Dinesh Aditya did B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering from MGIT, Hyderabad. Pursuing PhD (JRF) Osmania University, Hyderabad; completed PGD, Cyber Law – NALSAR, Hyderabad in 2013. Previously he had dropped out of MBA from SIBM, Pune. He completed MCJ (Communication & Journalism) from Osmania University and have an MA in Public Administration from IGNOU. Tackling the unpredictable nature  Preparation in the fa...
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Sumit Kumar Rai (AIR 54; CSE 2018) : How to face unpredictability and accomplish something that seems unattainable?
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Sumit Kumar Rai (AIR 54; CSE 2018) Optional Subject: Public Administration Number of Attempts : 5 Medium (Language)Language for Writing Examination: EnglishLanguage for Interview: English Nature of ExaminationThere are 4 key ...
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It is ‘Willingness’ to Learn that creates the difference; says Karnati Varunreddy (AIR 7; CSE 2018)
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Karnati Varunreddy (AIR 7; CSE 2018)   Medium (Language)Language for Writing Examination: EnglishLanguage for Interview: English Nature of ExaminationIt is very difficult to completely overcome the unpredictable nature of the examination due to various ways in which UPSC can surprise the A...
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A Post-Graduate in Chemistry opted for Public Administration as Optional and secured 14th Rank in CSE 2018
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Few months back I wrote about Public Administration as optional subject making a comeback. Though, some experts agree with my viewpoint and some sceptical still wish to see its performance before accepting a fresh wave. Read: Is Public Administration as an optional Subject making a comeback? For last two-t...
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Hope is the biggest motivator; Be honest with yourself and Work Hard for Success; says Ankita Choudhary (AIR 14; CSE 2018)
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Ankita Choudhary (AIR 14; CSE 2018) Medium (Language) Language for Writing Examination: English Language for Interview: English Nature of Examination As this exam is unpredictable, I have come across two schools of thoughts : 1st, you just have to keep yourself confined to UPSC and 2nd, you should keep all your opt...
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When I got to know my result, I was seriously preparing for my next Prelims; says Gunjan Dwivedi (AIR 9; CSE 2018)
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Gunjan Dwivedi (AIR 9; CSE 2018) Medium (Language) Language for Writing Examination: English Language for Interview: English Nature of Examination Knowing the uncertainty of the exam I was in no way confident of my success. I could not believe my ears when my friend broke the news that I have secured 9th rank. It wa...
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Even if you are from small town or from a middle class family, you can succeed; says Srushti Jayant Deshmukh (AIR 5; CSE 2018)
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Srushti Jayant Deshmukh (AIR 5; CSE 2018) Medium (Language) Language for Writing Examination: English Language for Interview: English Nature of Examination Yes, there were lots of apprehensions, fears, doubts and I think all aspirants have such feelings initially when they commence preparation for Civil Services Exa...
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Essay is the easiest yet most tricky thing in Main Examination; says Veer Pratap Singh (AIR 92; CSE 2018)
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

Veer Pratap Singh (AIR 92; CSE 2018)   Medium (Language) Language for Writing Examination: English Language for Interview: English Nature of Examination Though UPSC is unpredictable, but there is a silver lining that is it does not ask irrelevant and non-sense questions. So, keeping it in mind one should fo...
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Only Hard Work and Right Strategy helps you crack Prelims; says G Surya Sai Praveenchand (AIR 64; CSE 2018)
admin Last Update on: 06 Aug 2021

G Surya Sai Praveenchand (AIR 64; CSE 2018) Optional Subject: Mathematics Number of Attempts: Three Previous Selections: Secured 512 rank in UPSC 2017, in his second attempt Medium (Language) Medium of writing Exam - English Medium for Inte...
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Preliminary Examination requires planned study, command over basics and MCQs practice; says Mayank Gupta (AIR 177; CSE 2018)
Atul Kapoor Last Update on: 20 Aug 2021

Mayank Gupta (AIR 177; CSE 2018) Medium (Language) Medium of Writing Exam- English Medium for Interview- Hindi Nature of Examination The first and foremost thing is believe in yourself that you can crack the exam. T...
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