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SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CIVIL SERVICES EXAMS — (SERIES ARTICLE 19- Polity- Fundamental rights)

    “Make a pact with yourself today to not be defined by your past. Sometimes the greatest thing to come out of all your hard work isn’t what you get for it, but what you become for it. Shake things up today! Be You…Be Free…Share.” ― Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free. Today we will see FR in Polity and what kinds of questions UPSC has asked in the past both preliminary and main exams, few questions also. Now from now on I thought we will give everyday tips on current affairs also covering important ones from […]

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CIVIL SERVICES EXAMS — (SERIES ARTICLE 18 – Polity – 1935 Act, Constituent Assembly and preamble)

  Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.” – Henry Ford (1863-1947) While preparing for the civil services one has to measure the progress every day, the idea is to increase the confidence level everyday and bring it to the peak of our potentiality by the time we sit in the main exams. If you look at the question papers particularly for the preliminary exams, you will many questions from the most fundamentals or very simple where we just neglect, as Steve Jobs says, ““Simple can be harder than complex: You have […]

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CIVIL SERVICES EXAMS — (SERIES ARTICLE 17- Polity—The Evolution of Indian constitution.)

  Flaming enthusiasm, backed by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success.” ― Dale Carnegie The first seed for success is to sow the seed of self trust. In the civil services exam we have competitors, we need to do measure our progress daily with our likeminded aspirants interacting learning, exchanging and constant discussions that will enhance our confidence always. Though combined studies are not advisable, after our studies if we discuss with the aspirants of compatible minds, it makes huge headway. Choosing a right friend for discussion is very important, it makes a huge role […]

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CIVIL SERVICES EXAMS — (SERIES ARTICLE 16—POLITY)

““As long as that spark of passion is missing there is no human significance in the performance.” In civil services preparation also same happens where we need to have the blazing spark always. When we get bored with the same subject it is always better to give a break and go for different ones, so we will switch over to polity. The biggest inspiration one can draw is from music during the intervals consecutive studies after every two hours gap. India’s founding fathers and Mothers established in the Constitution both the nation’s ideals were national unity and integrity and a […]

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CIVIL SERVICES EXAMS — (SERIES ARTICLE 15—Ancient India Buddhism )

  Whoever sees me sees the teaching—BUDDHA. The way is not in the sky it is in the heart. – Buddha. “ Buddha has always had a great appeal for me. It is difficult for me to analyze this appeal, but it is not a religious appeal, and I am not interested in the dogmas that have grown up round Buddhism. It is the personality that has drawn me. So also the personality of Christ has attracted me greatly”.— Jawaharlal Nehru in his autobiography. While studying History and various personalities it is always better if one brings the characters out […]