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  • Road at Shaheen Bagh reopened partially
  • Sapta Shakti Command: Army personnel honoured for exceptional bravery
  • Rai seeks plan to clean Yamuna, eliminate water pollution from Delhi
  • UP govt suspends Unnao DM, transfers 10 IAS officers
  • Basic amenities to be further strengthened in Jharkhand: Hemant
  • Best wishes to Fadnavis for good work in Delhi: Jayant Patil
  • British followed "divide and rule", Modi following "divert and rule": Kanhaiya
  • Bengal Governor condoles death of academician-turned-politician Krishna Bose
  • Make agriculture more attractive and sustainable: Venkaiah Naidu
  • Ranji Trophy, QF: Gujarat dominate, Saurashtra in command against Andhra
  • Ranji Trophy, QF: Gujarat dominate, Saurashtra in command against Andhra
  • Internet, social media have democratised journalism, but brought many anxieties: Prez
  • Nirbhaya case: Convict Vinay Sharma's plea nixed
  • Capable of contesting Aurangabad municipal polls alone: Congress
  • Gaping digital divide in Commonwealth: Study
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Hardwork is the only key to crack UPSC exam

New Delhi, Feb 25 (UNI) If you have once decided for civil services, then don’t listen to any one until you get through it, said Dr. Aruna Sharma, Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Steel.
She was addressing a large number of young IAS aspirants in a UPSC Conclave-2018 held on Sunday at the National Zoological Park in the capital. The subject of the UPSC Conclave was: How to crack civil services exam?
Dr. Sharma said that hard work is the ultimate key to crack the civil service exam. She said hard work is 99% and destiny is only 1%.
Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) IG Amitabh Yash; Director, Delhi Zoo Renu Singh; Under Secretary, Ministry of Finance Mayusha Goyal; Chief Development Officer (CDO) Muzaffarnagar, UP Ankit Agrawal and Manoj Tibrewal Aakash also addressed the gathering.
Amitabh Yash, IPS emphasised on making notes for all the subjects.
He said that you should have a deep knowledge about Government policies. You must also abide by the prescribed word limit while answering the questions.
IAS Ankit Agarwal said that you must allot a definite time for every subject and follow that honestly. He said that to read at least two newspapers regularly is a must. While appearing for interview you should not feel panic with uncomfortable questions but remain cool.
‘Treat your first attempt for civil services exam as your last attempt and devote yourself cent percent to it,’ said IRS Mayusha Goyal.
Senior officers of various civil services as IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS and IIS were present on one platform and shared their experiences and views with the young civil services aspirants who had gathered in the conclave from various parts of the country.
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