Performance of Hindi Medium in Civil Services Exam 2018 has been really upsetting
English medium candidate Tina Dabi (AIR 1; CSE 2015) had Political Science & International Relations as optional subject and Anuradha Pal (AIR 62; CSE 2015), top ranker with Hindi medium had picked up History as optional subject.
If we see the comparison in the marks, Tina Dabi scored 1063 marks while 940 is the aggregate for Anuradha Pal – a difference of 123 marks that made the difference in ranking 1 and ...
In the recent Civil Services Examination 2015 result, performance of Hindi medium candidates continues to be dismal and top rank with Hindi medium is Anuradha Pal (AIR 62; CSE 2015).
Highest Rank in Civil Services Examination 2015 with Hindi medium
As the trend suggests, once again in all probabilities, Hindi medium candidates are not able to perfo...
Now, for last 4-5 years, all is not well with Hindi medium candidates and the moment UPSC tweaked the Exam-pattern; first, in 2011 with changes in Preliminary Examination and later, in 2013 Main Examination pattern got changed and Hindi /vernacular language candidates took the maximum hit.
Comparing last three years Hindi medium result (after Main Examination pattern change) there is not much has changed.
In CSE 2013, first rank with Hindi medium was Santosh Kumar ...
Reading is essentially a skill and knowledge of language becomes the means of learning content.
What we read helps us gain knowledge and awareness and becomes resource for theme we write.
Interest in what you read remains alive if you are relaxed and are able to comprehend.
Your interest will remain perpetually high if you are able to understand anything and everything you read.
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For majority of English medium candidates this question has less significance; still, a few of them opt for Hindi/vernacular medium for writing examination. Yes, in the era of dwindling Hindi/vernacular medium results, still among English medium candidates, there are a few takers who opt for Hindi/vernacular as medium for writing examination.
As recent Civil Services Examination results reveal, the result of Hindi/vernacular medium candidates has gone down drastically that has p...
The Hindi Medium Candidates once again fail to put up satisfactory show in Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2012 and that is evident from the number of candidates appeared with Hindi medium in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2012.
The data relating to number of candidates appeared in Civil Services (Main) Examination 2012 again displays a tilt in favour of English medium candidates while candidates with Hindi Medium d...
As far as capability and reaching the standard of examination is concerned, I think Hindi/vernacular medium candidates are no less than their English medium counterparts. A glance at Civil Services Examination 2011 result acquaint us with the fact that despite all adversities, many Hindi/vernacular medium candidates were able to crack this examination and many of them went on to achieve dream career –IAS. Once again, there is a lot of argument in relation to the new format ...