Nandini KR (RANK 1 UPSC 2016) IAS in 4th attempt

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Nandini KR secured Rank 1 in upsc CSE 2016 after Tina Dabi (CSE 2015) and Ira singal (CSE 2014). This will be an inspiration for all aspirants when you hear that its her 4th attempt. Nandini got 849th rank in the 2014 civil services exam and was alloted IRS (Customs and Central Excise).Nandini belongs to the Other Backward Class (OBC) category. Holding a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) degree from the M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, her optional subject was Kannada literature.

Nandini KR Rank 1 upsc 2016

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Nandini says:“This is a very happy moment for me, I have realised my dream,I put in a lot of effort. After getting selected in the IRS in 2014, I had taken the exam again in 2015 but could not crack it. I took the test again and topped it. It is a wonderful experience,” .

Name: Nandini KR.
Rank: 1.
State: Karnataka.

Caste Category: OBC.

Education: Bachelor of Engineering (Civil).

College: M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bengaluru.

Optional Subject: Kannada literature.

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Nandini K R: Quotes

  • “Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact.”
  • “Ambition is the first step to success, while the second step is action”
  • “Always read true stories of APJ Abdul Kalm definitely it will always inspire you each and every day.”

 

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UPSC IAS 2016 TOPPERS

The civil services preliminary examination, 2016 was conducted on 7 August 2016. As many as 11,35,943 candidates had applied for this examination, out of which 4,59,659 candidates actually appeared.

A total of 15,452 candidates qualified for the mains examination held in December, 2016. Of these, 2,961 candidates qualified for the personality test or interview conducted in March-May.

Nandini KR is closely followed by Anmol Sher Singh Bedi and G Ronanki gets at the second and third positions, respectively. Bedi has a BE Computer Science Degree from BITS Pilani. There are 7 women and 18 men who have bagged the top 25 positions in the exam.

Optional subjects of the top 25 candidates in the examination ranged from Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Anthropology, Economics, Electronic Engineering, Geography, History, Mathematics, Political Science and International Relations, Public Administration, Psychology and Kannada and Telugu Literature.


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UPSC IAS 2016-17 RANK LIST( full version)Name ,Rank & roll numbers till 1099

UPSC IAS 2016-17 RANK LIST( full version)Name ,Rank & roll numbers till 1099

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Here is the most awaited upsc ias prelims 2016-17 Ranks. Detailed rank list, roll number and name of winners till 1099 included in this article. This year 1099 aspirants get shortlisted to most toughest examination in india. here is the detailed list . Ranks list of First 1099 is included.Congrats to all who found name below. If you cant make your name in final list; Dont give up.. We can do it.

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UPSC IAS RANK LIST 2016-17

RANK | ROLL NUMBER | NAME
1 0134810 NANDINI K R
2 0561724 ANMOL SHER SINGH BEDI
3 0147866 GOPALAKRISHNA RONANKI
4 0014451 SAUMYA PANDEY
5 0656401 ABHILASH MISHRA
6 0032405 KOTHAMASU DINESH KUMAR
7 0583119 ANAND VARDHAN
8 0559310 SHWETA CHAUHAN
9 0384935 SUMAN SOURAV MOHANTY
10 0000823 BILAL MOHI UD DIN BHAT
11 0158831 GAIKWAD VISHWANJALI MURLIDHAR
12 0017685 TEJASVI RANA
13 0446597 ATHUL J
14 0007237 UTSAV KAUSHAL
15 0069891 SIDHARTH B
16 0000119 ANUJ MALIK
17 0950301 NAMAMI BANSAL
18 0112204 MANISH GURWANI
19 0310408 SAHIL GUPTA
20 0014852 RAHUL GUPTA
21 0160574 PRATHAP M
22 0006258 MUZAMMIL KHAN
23 0307177 NITISH KUMAR SINGH
24 0745131 DINESH KUMAR C
25 0713020 SHAIKH TANVEER ASIF
26 0828146 MALLIKA SUDHIR
27 1064209 SARAVANAN V
28 0526244 HAMNA MARIYAM B A
29 0402812 ISHAN PRATAP SINGH
30 0713620 PRABHASH KUMAR
31 0487628 GAURAV KUMAR
32 0363634 AVDHESH MEENA
33 0078265 GANGA SINGH
34 0167913 SOMESH KUMAR UPADHYAY
35 0000154 VASUMANA PANT
36 0167435 MIKKILINENI MANU CHOUDARY
37 0037849 NAVEEN BHAT Y
38 0580475 SHAILENDRA SINGH INDOLIYA
39 0394180 ZAFFAR IQBAL
40 0031525 AKSHAY GODARA
41 0544704 ANKIT KHANDELWAL
42 0007017 ANU S
43 0001734 SWAPNIL KHARE
44 0250561 HIMANSHU JAIN
45 0432116 AKSHY SRIDHAR
46 1140608 GAURAV SINGH SOGARWAL
47 0735940 DHYANACHANDRA H M
48 0355764 RIZWANBASHA SHAIK
49 0118752 DILEESH SASI
50 0360385 SURABHI GAUTAM
51 0470221 ILA TRIPATHI
52 0664825 SHIVAM PRATAP SINGH
53 0726592 MANUJ JINDAL
54 0213536 NANDHINIDEVI K
55 0342336 SWAPNIL RAVINDRA PATIL
56 0121611 MITTALI SETHI
57 0004362 PRERNA DIXIT
58 0079320 SAUMYA JHA
59 0187398 GAUTAM JAIN
60 0002500 RAHUL
61 0202307 MILIND BAPNA
62 0664383 SHEIK ABDUL RAHAMAN S
63 0387935 TANAI SULTANIA
64 0015638 PRASHANT RAJ SHUKLA
65 0234230 AYUSHI SUDAN
66 0277841 SAGAR SETIA
67 0311269 PARIKH MIRANT JATIN
68 0240134 ABHILASHA SHARMA
69 0234263 ROHIT VYAS
70 0111838 TARANJOT SINGH
71 0064293 K S VISWANATHAN
72 0007343 ABHISHEK CHOURASIYA
73 0037095 AKASH CHHIKARA
74 0211923 ARIF AHSAN
75 0148927 SHASHI PRAKASH SINGH
76 0137125 RAHUL SHARMA
77 0004045 MAYANK CHATURVEDI
78 0013701 UTKARSH GUPTA
79 0836571 PRAVEEN ADHITHYA C V
80 0005635 P ANVESHA REDDY
81 0001634 RAJARSHI SHAH
82 0005053 PRATEEK JAIN
83 0012067 MRIDUL YADAV
84 0585998 PRIYANKA G
85 0119345 VIKALP BHARADWAJ
86 0338486 SYEED FAKHRUDIN HAMID
87 0007448 NAIR PRAJIT PRABHAKARAN
88 0441143 HEMANT SATI
89 0040811 GAURAV SAINI
90 0493144 ANJU ARUN KUMAR
91 0013488 AVISHYANT PANDA
92 0008911 PRATIK TAYAL
93 0005993 ROHIT SISSONIYA
94 0010891 RAVI AGARWAL
95 0641075 VANDANA GARG
96 1069880 SUSHIL KUMAR
97 0605475 DEVENDRA KUMAR
98 0001876 AYUSH AGRAWAL
99 0005995 NAMRATA JAIN
100 0397185 AYUSH SINHA
101 0040782 EKTA SINGH
102 0430071 NAVYA SINGLA
103 0096749 BHAGYASHREE DILIP VISPUTE
104 0270728 SODISETTY MADHAVI
105 0007308 SWARN PRABHAT
106 0511710 PRATHIT CHARAN MISRA
107 0458611 NIKHIL B
108 0612928 PRASHANT JILOVA
109 0442324 NIRAJ KUMAR JHA
110 0008409 DEEPAK KUMAR SHUKLA
111 0006409 SUMIT KUMAR JHA
112 0444435 RANJAN R SHENOY
113 0002289 HIRANI ADITYAVIKRAM MOHANKUMAR
114 0121139 VARUN SINGLA
115 0209579 BISMA QAZI
116 0994734 V VIJAY PANDEY
117 0392811 TERESA JOSEPH
118 0595993 ARTI SINGH
119 0013798 SHAURYA SUMAN
120 0428674 RAJARSHI RAJ VARMA
121 0338739 HITIKA VASAL
122 0077168 NITISH AGARWAL
123 0003850 ANN MARY GEORGE
124 0686361 PATIL PRANJAL LAHENSINGH
125 0037569 SUHAIL QASIM MIR
126 0398994 MANI AGARWAL
127 0726735 ANAND SHANKAR
128 0600659 AKASH GUPTA
129 0583955 SACHIN KUMAR
130 0033550 SHASHANK CHAUDHARY
131 0235175 RISHABH DEO
132 0702500 KUMAR SUNNY RAJ
133 0151594 SUMAN SHEKHAR
134 0360054 KUMAR GAURAV
135 0377911 DIPIN P R
136 0105041 GARIMA LEKHWANI
137 0334795 PRABHAT RANJAN PATHAK
138 0004921 RAKESH RANJAN
139 0005241 SHASHI BHUSHAN
140 0006853 KIRAN BHADANA
141 0383427 NITESH PANDEY
142 0339830 PAVAN SAMEER KUMAR CHIRRAVURI
143 0007402 MONIKA AGGARWAL
144 0049256 REESHMA RAMESAN
145 0525284 HARIRAM SHANKAR
146 0970229 VISHRAM KUMAR MEENA
147 0011878 SOUMYADIP BHATTACHARYA
148 0017203 SAUMYA GURURANI
149 0245747 PRIYANGA M
150 0445286 ANJU K S
151 0096408 JADHAV SURAJ ANANTA
152 0314671 SURUCHI CHAUDHARY
153 0890059 VISHWESH B SHASTRI
154 0002091 PRACHI SINGH
155 0095350 JUHI RAI
156 0368689 ABHISHEK AVI
157 0023312 ANSHU SINGLA
158 0265432 SHANTANU BALA
159 0106454 SARVAGYA MISHRA
160 0049354 GURAV DINESH RAMESH
161 0244065 SOURAV JAIN
162 0013949 SAURABH DIXIT
163 0036282 AKANKSHA RANA
164 0469805 VIVEK RANJAN MAITREY
165 0070468 AKASH BANSAL
166 0693114 KARNATI VARUNREDDY
167 0067143 BALALATHA MALLAVARAPU
168 0701404 AISHWARYA SHARMA
169 0240573 ANIMESH GARG
170 0316244 PADMINI SOLANKI
171 0353884 AMOGH GOPINATH
172 0690003 BINDU MADHAV GARIKAPATI
173 0739426 K J PRAVEENKUMAR
174 0234852 SUNDEEP KAUSHAL
175 0049699 SIPU GIRI
176 0009639 RIYA KEJRIWAL
177 0580315 S M QASIM ABIDI
178 0542051 RATAN B
179 0323733 ALBERT JOHN
180 0481355 AJIT SINGH SHEKHAWAT
181 0101781 SINGH ABHISHEK PRADEEPKUMAR
182 0519377 RAHUL GUPTA
183 0661774 SINHA LAVINA VARESH
184 1094813 LOKHANDE SNEHAL SUDHAKAR
185 0095915 DEEKSHA SHARMA
186 0002035 SAGAR BAGMAR
187 0151271 VINEET KUMAR
188 0204377 ABHAY SONI
189 0625218 TARE ANUJ MILIND
190 0007126 GAURAV KAPOOR
191 0774280 RAZEEM K
192 0619878 SONALIKA JIWANI
193 0324885 SACHIN KUMAR SINGHAL
194 0105436 PRAGYA JAIN
195 0751213 VAKUL JINDAL
196 0305946 AISHWARYA PRASHANT DONGRE
197 0635847 NIPUN AGARWAL
198 0007553 ANURAG JAIN
199 0366315 J E PADMAJA
200 0018206 VIVEK KUMAR
201 0006249 ARPIT VIJAYVARGIYA
202 0366304 DEEPAK SHUKLA
203 0000078 AJIT KUMAR
204 0007216 DIVYANHSU PATEL
205 0023530 VIDEH KHARE
206 0002544 GAUSH ALAM
207 0615183 MOGILI SNEHA LATHA
208 0012072 AKSHAY TYAGI
209 0058940 RAHUL NAMDEO DHOTE
210 0076643 CATHY TRESA MATHEW
211 0005016 ANKITA DHAKRE
212 0773282 GOKUL V K
213 0627412 AKHIL MAHAJAN
214 0071143 KUMAR GAURAV
215 0925381 BHARSAT YOGESH TUKARAM
216 0001350 AKASH PUROHIT
217 0002312 NITIKA PANT
218 0232959 SATYAM
219 0084357 TUHIN SINHA
220 0063743 V SAI VAMSI VARDHAN
221 0365350 KHARE KIRAN PRABHAKAR
222 0102532 KESHAV KUMAR
223 0242674 YOGESH KUMAR SAGAR
224 0953821 AGRAWAL SUSHIL RAVINDRA
225 0322696 ALAKNANDA BHOWAL
226 0008922 NIDHI BANSAL
227 0004823 PRIYADARSHINI BHATTACHARYA
228 0037682 SAKSHI KALRA
229 0581080 PANDEY SHRADDHA NARENDRA
230 0008719 ABHISHEK KUMAR AGRAWAL
231 0503546 ADARSH PACHERA
232 1126482 MANISH GUPTA
233 0593933 NISHANTHI T
234 0006586 RAKESH RATHI
235 0000037 CHINMAY MITTAL
236 0091702 SUPRIYA DAS
237 0269573 SUNIL SHARMA
238 0019530 MOHIT GARG
239 0483664 PANSURIA TORAL PRAVINBHAI
240 0409192 SUNAINA R
241 0747183 VANDITA RANA
242 0004321 VISHAL RAJ
243 0004763 SUNIL SHOKEEN
244 0941458 VIJAYANIRANJANAMURTHY B M
245 0154031 AKSHAT GARG
246 0829475 VENKATESH DHOTRE
247 0011233 BODKE DIGVIJAY GOVIND
248 0751410 ARJUN PANDIAN
249 0449446 BOGATI JAGADEESWAR REDDY
250 0002299 ABHISHEK SURANA
251 0433753 ARSH VERMA
252 0000549 PUSHKIN JAIN
253 0305422 AMIT VERMA
254 0392307 DIBAKAR NATH
255 0502310 SUBHANKAR MOHAPATRA
256 0033287 MANAV SINGLA
257 0386324 RATNAPARKHI ADITYA VIVEK
258 0050186 YASH CHAUDHARY
259 0002918 JIVITESH ANAND
260 0893596 SHREY VATS
261 0012680 SUCHISMITA KANUNGOE
262 0311969 MOHITA SHARMA
263 0142362 KANCHAN KUMAR KANDPAL
264 0412189 PRAVEEN VERMA
265 0833412 PREETI MALIK
266 0772527 A MANJU
267 0426724 INGAWALE PRAVIN DADASO
268 0042945 GOPISETTY SRI HARI PRASAD
269 0643583 PAKKIRESH KALLAPPA BADAMI
270 0080561 ANANTH DWIVEDI
271 0002602 PUNIT DAGA
272 0799601 ABHILASH BARANWAL
273 0004337 RESHAM DWIVEDI
274 0621697 BRIJ SHANKAR
275 0781553 ASEEM DALAL
276 0250738 DIGANT ANAND
277 0043790 ADITI MOR
278 0111678 VIVEK KUMAR
279 0005341 YASHA SINGH
280 0818480 ZADE PARIKSHIT SANJAYRAO
281 0001823 VARUN CHOUDHARY
282 0012189 G POOJITHA
283 0267183 SNEHA D
284 0010905 HARSH VARDHAN AGARWALLA
285 0134475 VISHNU M
286 0890456 DEEPAK SAINI
287 0014638 ASHIMA MAHAJAN
288 0655447 PREETI HOODA
289 0084808 MEGHASHREE D R
290 0158906 PRACHI AILAWADHI
291 0399029 ROJITH JONES
292 0828018 PRIYANK JAIN
293 0243323 SONAWANE SAURABH SANJAY
294 0000030 ROHAN KUMAR
295 0627357 HRIDAY KANT
296 0386855 SAMUEL NITIN STEPHEN
297 0838962 MAHENDRA PRATAP SINGH VISEN
298 0067219 ILAKKIYA S
299 0609390 GURU PRASAD
300 0443139 DIPIN GOEL
301 0002347 ANIL KUMAR
302 0066543 ADITYA VIKRAM YADAV
303 0305880 AKSHAT VERMA
304 0129856 HIMADREE KAUSHIK
305 0358814 SHIKHA SHARMA
306 0126596 SHASHANK SHEKHAR SINGH
307 0420287 SANTHOSH B M
308 0802704 ABHILASHA ABHINAV
309 0644864 AADITYA MISHRA
310 0707369 KIRAN S
311 0769748 SHILPI
312 0664170 VISHNU PRASAD H
313 0604159 SWATI SINGH
314 0429043 AMILINENI BHARGAV TEJA
315 0003197 AMAN BISHLA
316 0001512 HONEY PATODI
317 0009237 AJANTA SINGH
318 0004485 SMRITI KRISHNIA
319 0812942 KULOTHUNGAN A
320 0017112 ARUN SEHRAWAT
321 0262137 CHAMBOLKAR RAGHVENDRA PRAKASH
322 0010064 ARIHANT SINGHI
323 0000642 NEERAJ KUMAR AGARWAL
324 0393393 UTKARSH GUPTA
325 0198881 MITIKA DAHIYA
326 0270391 VASANT HILAL RAJPUT
327 0020473 NRIPENDRA SINGH
328 0590894 ASHIMA MITTAL
329 0167256 SHUBHANWITA
330 0219800 PATIL ASHISH ISHWAR
331 0103978 AASTHA SUMAN
332 0153448 MANIKANDAN A
333 0807371 APARAJITA DAS
334 0028324 SINGH NAMRATA AC
335 0209836 ARCHIT VISHVESHA
336 0180007 HARIKESH SINGH
337 0399017 G BABU
338 0700829 ASHUTOSH KUMAR SINGH
339 0183413 KUMAR SATYAM
340 0991980 KEMPAHONNAIAH
341 0933641 ANKUR
342 0290638 VIDUSHI
343 0233099 M ARUNMOZHI
344 0000094 VISHWAS SHUKLA
345 0532304 SYAM NATH S
346 0324043 YADAV AKASH BHASKAR
347 0035435 DIVYANK SINGH
348 0619620 S VANDANA RAJ
349 0690973 MANISHA CHAKRAVARTY
350 0307071 ANITA YADAV
351 0007480 ASHTA DHRUV SANJAY KUMAR
352 0891946 CHANDRAKANT VERMA
353 0728404 PAVAN KUMAR REDDY G
354 0001295 MERUVA SUNIL KUMAR REDDY
355 0000903 UPPALURI MEENA
356 0007598 AVNEET PUNIA
357 1033291 S CHITHARANJAN
358 0160480 RANJAN RAJEEV
359 0074134 NAHAS ALI
360 0216509 GARIMA DAHIYA
361 0037303 RITESH BHATT
362 0031564 NITISHA GUPTA
363 0013769 SHASHANK SHEKHAR PANDEY
364 0005611 ASHISH LAL
365 0005827 GODHANI AKSHARKUMAR PURRUSHOTTAMBHAI
366 0605771 SHUBHAM GUPTA
367 0542832 KETAN GARG
368 0037970 SUMIT BALECHA
369 0257426 VIKAS AHLAWAT
370 0715443 ASHUTOSH KUMAR SAHU
371 0662449 ANAND KUMAR SHARMA
372 0769527 ADARSH TIWARI
373 0934205 POLUMATLA P ABHISHEK
374 0033236 VIVEK NANDAN
375 0443903 PUSHPENDER SINGH
376 0275452 AMARESHWAR PATIL
377 0819628 SUDHANSHU
378 0082123 BASUKI NATH JHA
379 0301398 MAYANK MISHRA
380 0884007 MRINAL PRAKASH MISHRA
381 0515594 KAUSTUVA DIPTA PANY
382 0139949 SREELAKSHMY V S
383 0032587 ANSHUMAN TRIPATHI
384 0485727 KULDIP SURESH SONAWANE
385 0036602 SAMBIT MISHRA
386 0767374 NIMISHAMBA C P
387 0074123 AJAY AGRAWAL
388 0607739 KUMAR TARACHAND
389 0625642 AJAY KUMAR TADIA
390 0118169 SHIVAM SHARMA
391 0598770 SUMIT BHATIA
392 0002773 ANJANI KUMAR SINGH
393 0699760 PRIYADHARSINI S
394 0209150 KULKARNI MUKUL MILIND
395 0683893 BHARATH S
396 0774732 SAUMYA GUPTA
397 0011953 ANKIT GAHLOT
398 0000253 ANJU
399 0003312 MANISH KUMAR
400 0819071 ANKITA GUPTA
401 0539015 KAPIL GADE
402 0070708 VINODHPATIL H
403 0423064 PAVAN KUMAR REDDY R
404 0007119 ANUPAM
405 0287030 SANSKRITI PARASHAR
406 0055362 AMAN SAXENA
407 0015774 PUKHRAJ KAMAL
408 0011624 KESHAV ANAND
409 0177220 NITU
410 0010116 MALLIPUDI UDAYA SRI RAMA VINAY
411 0003566 KATKAR AJINKYA HARI
412 0587472 V PHANINDRA VISSAPRAGADA
413 0344291 SAMEER SAXENA
414 0064476 PANKAJ KUMAR MISHRA
415 0454128 CHANDNI CHANDRAN
416 0003299 SANDESH LOKHANDE
417 0614836 N BHAVANI SRI
418 0013698 TUSHAR NARAYAN
419 0396950 NITESH GUPTA
420 0044012 UMMUL KHER
421 0596995 VINAY V NAYAK
422 0013402 KRISHNA KUMAR
423 0156518 CHAUDHARI MAHESH HIRALAL
424 0396331 PARAG AGGARWAL
425 0006422 SHARATH CHANDRA ARROJU
426 0073103 KRITI PANDEY
427 0147494 DIVYA MURUGESAN
428 0513258 SHREYANSH MOHAN
429 0051963 SALIL GOPAL KANSAL
430 0001340 ASHUTOSH DWIVEDI
431 0578258 SWAPNEEL PAUL
432 0004261 RAMAKANT TIWARI
433 0844400 CHAMARTY M K SARAT CHANDRA
434 0009982 PARSHANT SINGLA
435 0538525 MD ADIL ASHRAF
436 0367270 MAINAK GHOSH
437 0016087 PRABHJOT KAUR
438 0775462 APURV CHAUHAN
439 0208458 SHIKHA KHOSLA
440 1013940 VINEET KUMAR
441 0700735 ADITYA BHARDWAJ
442 0595092 KEERTHISHREE G
443 0101698 JAGADEESH P
444 0047202 ANKIT PANNU
445 0807519 DHAWAL JAISWAL
446 0206030 PALLAVI SARKAR
447 0080717 SHUBHAM AGARWAL
448 0548994 ANKIT ASOKAN
449 0040450 SAUJANYA SINGH
450 1121137 PATHAN ADEEB DAULATKHAN
451 0009665 SONAM KUMAR
452 0698515 AKHIL S
453 0734265 AKASH S
454 0059839 ASHUTOSH DWIVEDI
455 0434510 AMIT SAMDARIYA
456 0302054 MAANAS BAJPAI
457 0116040 CHEBOLI KARTHIK
458 0225799 OMNKAR
459 0007001 MAHESWAR MAJI
460 0012365 DILEEP MISHRA
461 0209263 SATYAJEET KUMAR GUPTA
462 0147842 RITU YADAV
463 0035748 AJAY YESHWANTH V
464 0149482 CHIRUMAMILLA VINAY K CHOWDARY
465 0647089 ABHINAV AGNIHOTRI
466 0617884 KATE ASHISH AVINASH
467 0689397 PRIYANKA TYAGI
468 0153319 KISHORE REDDY POLU
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1054 0101210 RAJESH MEENA
1055 1013620 LOKESH DATAL
1056 1015201 PRABHAT KUMAR
1057 0483334 SURESH KUMAR JAGAT
1058 0184969 MANOJ SWARGIARY
1059 0606992 MAHESH VADDE
1060 0096160 SANGEETA MEENA
1061 0406916 ANIRUDH PAMAR ZARUPULA
1062 0084474 SHIVANI JHIRWAL
1063 0622831 HEMANTH N
1064 0014290 PRERNA
1065 0188929 RADHEY SHYAM MEENA
1066 0649041 ASHOK KUMAR MEENA
1067 1029621 GHANSHYAM JEPH
1068 0643571 TANVIKA SINGH
1069 0672593 VIPIN KUMAR SHARMA
1070 0011955 HARSH BANSAL
1071 0480484 AKHILESH KUMAR SHARMA
1072 0599233 PRAVEEN KUMAR
1073 0002143 ARVIND KUMAR MEENA
1074 0067347 RAJESH KUMAR MEENA
1075 0180053 ESTHER LALTANKIM SERTO
1076 0349402 VIKAS NEGI
1077 0481987 GALCHAR PRIYANKKUMAR HAMIRBHAI
1078 0513083 HITESH RAWAT
1079 0494463 POORVA MEENA
1080 0030282 YOW PETER RAIPHEA
1081 0627314 DUYU KAMPU
1082 0395089 BIDISHA CHINTEY
1083 0703199 NAGENDER BHUKYA
1084 0805244 MOHAN LAL MEENA
1085 0212517 ABHINAV JEPH
1086 0366205 SARLA MEENA
1087 0314869 AMIR BASHIR
1088 0590602 RAKESH KUMAR TIWARI
1089 0622889 BHAPKAR SNEHAL PURUSHOTTAM
1090 0719313 SHASHIKIRAN S
1091 0102469 RONIT CHAKRABORTY
1092 1104855 SHIVENDRA KUMAR MISHRA
1093 0243745 YASHODHAR PAREEK
1094 0385302 AJEET KUMAR
1095 0405452 SANDIPKUMAR
1096 0677574 SHISHRAM
1097 0020267 ASHUTOSH SINGH
1098 0695902 KARANDE VARSHA SHIVAJI
1099 0001574 ABHISHEK SRIVASTAVA


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UPSC mnemonics useful for the civil services examination

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UPSC IAS is the toughest exam in india & we need smart work to be in list out of 12 lakh aspirants who apply for upsc. Here are some smart work mnemonics for faster learning & remembering concepts for upsc civil services examination.

JUICE GF: Mnemonic for G7 economies:-

All G7 countries are wealthy nations. So, they all drink JUICE & have GF (girlfriend).

J- Japan

U- USA

I- Italy (not India, plz pay attention)

C- Canada (not China, plz pay attention)

E- England (United Kingdom)

G- Germany

F- France

Note: (i) European Union is also a part of this group which is represented by above mentioned European Countries.

(ii) Intially, it was G6, when formed in 1975. Later, in 1976, Canada was added. And again in 1997, Russia was added. So, it became G8. But, due to annexation of Crimea in 2014, Russia was suspended and hence it became G7.


BaChPaN –To remember length of boundary india shares in decreasing order-Bangladesh, China, Pakistan, Nepal.


PATNA : To remember Missiles under integrated program.

Arithvi

Agni

Trishul

Nag

Akash


MBBS PAIN: Trick to Remember SAARC Countries–

Maldives

Bangladesh

Bhutan

Sri lanka

Pakistan

Afganistan

India

Nepal


GPRS: Harappa civilization’s important places

Gujrat

Punjab

Rajasthan

Sind.


CBI : Human started using metals in sequence

COPPER

BRONZE

IRON.


ExCuSe ME : Indirect taxes

Ex= Excise Duty
Cu = Customs Duty
Se = Service Tax
M = Motor vehicle tax
E = Entertainment Tax


SEED : Countries collectively called as Horn of Africa-

S- Somalia

E- Ethiopia

E- Eritrea

D- Djibouti


JUMBAK : States With Bicameral System

J – Jammu & Kasmir

U – Uttar Pradesh

M – Maharastra

B – Bihar

A – Andhra Pradesh

K – Karnatak


SAAB : Indian states touch boundary of Bhutan

SIKKIM

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

ASSAM

BENGAL


CCC FRENS : Mnemonics to remember core industries in india

C- Coal

C- Crude Oil

C- Cement

F- Fertilizers

R- Refinery Products

E- Electricity

N- Natural Gas

S- Steel


TARIK (Date): Countries around Caspian Sea :

T- Turkmenistan

A- Azerbaijan

R- Russia

I- Iran

K- Kazakhstan


DESSEY : Countries bordering Red Sea :

D- Djibouti

E- Eritrea

S- Saudi Arabi

S- Sudan (not somalia: pay attention and keep rem)

E- Egypt

Y- Yemen


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Vinay Goyal- Toppers strategy (AIR 79, 2015)

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UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH -Vinay Goyal

Attempts – Third attempt

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 -131
PAPER 2 – *

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY –  135
GENERAL STUDIES 4 – 83
GENERAL STUDIES 1- 98
OPTIONAL 1 – 139
GENERAL STUDIES 2- 79
OPTIONAL 2 – 124
GENERAL STUDIES 3- 84
INTERVIEW -193

Optional subject: Medical Science

MAINS Total–742  + Interview–193  => Final–935

Rank –79  .

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

The beauty of this exam is that it rewards perseverance. Definitely mood swings will be there but one needs to be focused. Having faith in oneself is the precondition. I used to make small small achievable goals rather than planning big. Also I used to play sports to keep myself fit and energetic.

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

Arvind  Saxena sir was chairman & approx 25 minutes

More or less on expected lines. Questions were mainly from medical field and railways (I got IRAS from my last year’s rank)

Educational background

% in class 10 87
% in class 12 79
Graduation course and % MBBS 62
Name of college, city, passing out year PGIMS, Rohtak, 2013
Post-graduation
Any other professional courses
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Playing badminton, football, playing music

Try to give your best and you will succeed one day. Never get bogged down by the facts that you are from rural/poor background. Its only hard work that matters and nothing else.

Special credits & thanks to Vinay Goyal

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Sibi Adhithya- Toppers strategy (AIR 72, 2015)

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UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH -Sibi Adhithya

Attempts – first attempt

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 -134
PAPER 2 -142.61

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY -112 GENERAL STUDIES 4 -113
GENERAL STUDIES 1-109
OPTIONAL 1 -073
GENERAL STUDIES 2-095
OPTIONAL 2 -111
GENERAL STUDIES 3-121
INTERVIEW -202

Optional subject: Geography

MAINS Total–734  + Interview–202  => Final–936

Rank72 .

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

The key is to understand that there will be ups and downs in this preparation and we need to work towards overcoming the “downs” that take place or minimize its frequency so that a level of consistency is maintained.
Studying for many hours continuously without a break can easily lead to a burnout. I usually took a “half-day break” every week so that I was able to maintain the tempo throughout the process. I tried to catch cricket matches on TV whenever I could which helped me to blow off some steam. Having a hobby could help us stay rejuvenated throughout the journey.
There will come times when we feel distracted and low on confidence. At such times, we need to remind ourselves of why we took up this exam in the first place. Studying favorite subjects at such times can be a morale booster and help us to get back on the right track. I used to read about foreign policy during such situations and it helped me gain my mojo back.

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

Mr. Joshi was the chairman and approx 30-35 minutes

Chairman:
* Your name is Sibi Adhithya and you live in Chennai. How did you come to Delhi from Chennai? How long have you been staying here?
* What did you do after you completed your graduation?
* You studied EEE. Tell me the difference between Electrical and Electronics
* You have studied in Hong Kong for 10th and came to Erode for 12th. What was the difference that you found between the two?
* The USSR comprised of many countries. Do you think the breakup of USSR was a good thing?

M1:
* You have authored a book titled “CEG: A Journey Through Time”. Tell me more about it
*You said there were a bouquet of subjects that you studied in Hong Kong. Tell me about it.
* Tell me some of the unconventional subjects that you studied.
* What were the subjects that you took in your 10th standard? How did it help you?
* There are many languages in India. It makes administration difficult. How can we solve this?
* How to overcome the language barrier in inter-state administration?
* Do you think the 3 language formula has served a good purpose?
* Tell me some innovative solution for the above problem

M2 (Lady):
* There are many private consulting agencies who are working with government departments. However, after a report comes, it is found that the agency has done a sub-par job. Why is that so?
* If both private and government agencies are collaborating together on a project and yet the desired result is not achieved, what is the problem?
* If you are heading a government department, what will you do to ensure that things run smoothly between your department and the private agency?
* You must have heard that rules are proving to be a hindrance in governance. What do you think about that? Do you think we should remove these rules?
* Have you heard of Panama papers? What is the Liberalized Remittance Scheme?
* What are the different stands taken by the government and the private players? Why is there an ambiguity?

M3:

* What is lean manufacturing?
* What are the different technologies available to produce solar energy?
* What is Tamil Nadu’s wind generation capacity?
* Where are the windfarms located in Tamil Nadu?
* What does the Plant Load Factor in wind mills depend upon?
* What is UDAY scheme?
* How much T&D losses does India have?
* What are the components of the losses?
* What is a Tax Haven? Is Hong Kong a tax haven?
* What is the economy of a tax haven based upon?

M4:

* Do you follow foreign policy?
* Then, Can I take the interview in that direction?
* What are the topics that you are following with respect to foreign policy?
* What is the recent developments in India-Pakistan relations?
* What do you know about US- Cuba breakthrough? What caused the breakthrough in relations?
* Do you think such a breakthrough is possible in India-Pak relations?
* How important is personal relationships in diplomacy?
* Myanmar has had a change in government. How will this impact India?
* What is Ms. Suu Kyi’s connection to India?

Educational background

% in class 10 92%
% in class 12 98.83%
Graduation course and % BE (EEE) 78%
Name of college, city, passing out year College of Engineering Guindy, Chennai (2014)
Post-graduation Nil
Any other professional courses Nil
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Public Speaking, Writing and analyzing on cricket, Reading books

There are thousands of people who put in immense hard work yet fail to see their names in the final cut. To all of you, I just want to say that keep believing in yourself and put in more effort. It takes a lot to reach the mains/interview and you should be really proud of yourself. Find out where you went wrong, correct those mistakes and do not lose hope. Failure is not falling down, but in not getting up. Make sure you keep the fire burning in you and all the best for your next attempt.

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Nitin Sangwan- Toppers strategy (AIR 28, 2015)

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UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH -NITHIN SANGWAN

Attempts – fourth attempt

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 -110
PAPER 2 -167

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY -140 GENERAL STUDIES 4 – 94
GENERAL STUDIES 1-120
OPTIONAL 1 – 122
GENERAL STUDIES 2- 68
OPTIONAL 2 – 124
GENERAL STUDIES 3-  102
INTERVIEW – 193

Optional subject: Sociology

MAINS Total– 770 + Interview–193  => Final–963

Rank – 28 .

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

Maintaining the study momentum is a very personal thing. It is about the self-motivation and the drive that one have. Everyone has his or her share of distractions, but one has to know his or her priorities in life. I kept myself away from social media for the whole phase of my preparation. I had a simple phone without internet. I used to feel low at times, but never let that feeling to overpower me as what I wanted to achieve was over and above my mood and distractions.

  • First of all, never ever waste even a single minute of your time. Even your lunch time should be limited and the rest of the time should be devoted to studies. If you spend significant time in commuting, always carry some study material with you to utilize that time which is otherwise wasted. Similarly, whenever you go to your hometown, utilize the travelling time to study.
  • Secondly, for working professionals who sit on computer for work, the computer can be used to store the study material. Read that and make soft notes whenever you get even 10 minutes free.
  • Thirdly, if your profile provides you flexibility to move in such a division of your organisation which has lesser workload, move into that division.
  • Fourthly, if the above doesn’t work, move to other organization if possible. Also try to switch to such an organisation where you have to commute a little and have a Saturday and Sunday off.

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

Shri D k Diwan was the chairman & approx 45 minutes

Date of Interview – 9th March 2016, Forenoon (2nd day of interview).

It was Shri D K Dewan’s Board and I was the first one to get in. It lasted around 35-40 minutes

 

I wished the members good morning and was asked to sit down. The Chair was tucked inside the table and I had to pull it out. It was a heavier wooden chair and as I tried to lift it, it hit the table above.

 

CH: What is your roll number?

Me: 0055401 (Instead of saying fifty five thousand four hundred and one I told every single digit loudly and clearly)

 

CH: Where are you posted right now?

Me: Sir, currently I am a probationer at National Academy of Customs Excise and Narcotics, Faridabad (Here I avoided the abbreviated name of the academy).

 

CH: So, you have worked as a Tehsildar in Haryana. How long you were there?

Me: Sir, around one and half year.

 

CH: In which areas did you work there?

Me: Sir, I was still in training and for some time I got field experience as a Patwari and a Quanungo.

 

CH: So, you have not worked in actual capacity as a Tehsildar?

Me: No Sir, probation period was actually 2 years old and I had left before it was over.

CH: Nitin, India has been aspiring for a permanent seat in the UNSC for a long time and has been struggling for that. Assuming this is the platform of the UN and you are the Indian ambassador to the UN. You will get one minute to think or write and 2.5 minutes for presenting your case assuming that this is the gathering at the UN.

(I scribbled a few points on a piece of paper and was soon asked to stop and deliver)

Me: (with a little louder voice) – Good, Morning all, India is the largest democracy in the world and yet the irony is that India is not a permanent member of the UNSC. We are the third largest economy as well in terms of PPP. We are one of the largest contributors of the peacekeeping forces in the world. Historically, India has an excellent record of upholding peace and other noble ideals. We have also supported all the major progressive resolution in UN like – on women, rights of the underprivileged and so on. So, being the largest democracy of the world, we deserve this seat. (My conclusion was a bit awkward hinging on the word ‘democracy’. Idea of nuclear weapon state, NAM etc was in my mind, but I deliberately avoided them for some reasons).

 

CH: You mentioned democracy twice, what so big thing about that. And It is a fact that we are still behind 5th on GDP.

Me: (almost interrupted) Sir, GDP is measured in various terms, India is 3rd not in real terms, but on PPP.

 

CH: Who said that (with a wry dismissive face)? What is the difference? There must be some various other areas where India has excelled and which you might have added. Can you think of more?

Me: (It suddenly dawned upon me that Dewan is an ex-navy personnel) Sir, in terms of military strength also we are a leading country.

 

CH: Yes, we are fifth biggest military power. What else?

Me: In terms of population also we represent almost 1/6th of the world.

 

CH: What population (almost as if population is a kind of burden on India and is of no consequence). Give me some other points.

Me: Sir, nothing comes to my mind at this time.

 

CH: India has done so well in terms of technology, services. We are also a leading space power. We are also a nuclear power as well.

(I nodded at each utterance and at this he passed it to other members)

 

M1: What is the difference between Engineering and Technology?

Me: Sir, I would like to explain it with the help of an illustration. For example, in a lighter, how we make the lighter and its parts is about engineering and how it actually works is technology. (I had read similar definition and example earlier somewhere and I blurted it out).

(At this Chairman interrupted)

 

CH: Can you give another example?

Me: Sir, If we take another simpler example of say a wheel, then the process of making the wheel i.e. chipping wood off it, turning it etc will be engineering part and how the wheel functions is the technology.

 

M1: What is Panchsheel?

Me: Sir, it was a doctrine of foreign policy that was propounded in the early 1950s by India, especially keeping in mind our neighbours like China. It is said that its core philosophy was taken from Buddhism and it included 5 principles like – non-interference, peaceful coexistence and so on. Basically, it was a peace doctrine of India.

 

M1: Why did our first PM, Nehru, decided to go ahead with PSUs after the independence?

Me: Sir, at the time of independence, level of industrial development was very poor. Private enterprise was also very weak as the British followed a policy of imports and it had virtually killed our domestic private enterprise. Hence, to give industrial development a push in India, state had to invest in certain basic and heavy industries.

 

M1: Government invests more in engineering as compared to other social sciences. And when they go somewhere else, this money is wasted. Do you think so?

Me: Sir, education is not just about… (at this point, I was interrupted by M1).

 

M1: I think you are not clear with the question. Let me repeat it again (and he repeated, saying that government suffers loss actually when this happens as engineers are not doing engineering work).

Me: Sir, there may be a notional loss in terms of say money when an engineer enters into other fields like Management, Civil Services and even entrepreneurship. The contribution that one make there cannot be always quantified in measurable terms and in terms of value addition, there may be even more in these fields.

(At this point, M2 takes over)

 

M2: In Lakshadweep, what kind of Administrative challenges do you face? (I was in DANICS earlier, so he probably asked this one for that reason)

Me: Sir, first of all, it is the communication and transportation. There are only two way to connect there – by sea or by air. And very few airlines operate on that route. So, essential supplies are one issue. Secondly, the island is a coral island and hence fragile one and hence tourism can also not be promoted to great extent. Islands are small and not well connected and hence this is also an issue.

 

M2: Any other issues?

Me: Sir, actually, I haven’t been there so I not aware much about that.

 

M2: (smiling), So, what if you have not been there. From where do you get electricity there?

Me: Sir, I am not aware about that.

 

M2: Ok, what is the economic mainstay of Lakshadweep?

Me: Sir, Tourism is one source. Secondly, since education and literacy is high there, service industry is also another source. As the predominant Malyali community lives there, fishing is also important source of income.

 

M2: What else?

Me: Sir, I am not aware about that much.

 

M2: Coconut?

Me: (With a bigger smile and nodding, as if I knew it and had just forgotten to say it).

 

M2: You told that you have not worked much as Tehsildar, but you must be having a fair idea about land records. In some countries, land record system is managed very well and there are hardly any disputes, while in India, it is not so. Do you know about any such countries?

Me: Sir, I am not aware about any such countries but in India the problem is due to poor land records. First of all, the land is not consolidated in many states except a few states like Haryana. Some land holdings are still of irregular shapes and this creates problems. Further, ‘intakaals’ or mutations are also not timely and sometimes, revenue officials also connive with parties to deform the records. So, this creates issues in India.

 

M2: What is this ‘Record of Rights’ called in Haryana?

Me: Sir it is called ‘Jamabandi’.

 

M2: How this system of land records can be improved?

Me: Sir, first of all, the consolidation of the land-holdings has to be carried out. Secondly, technology has to be used so that human interface is minimized. For example, in Haryana, to pay the stamp duty, there is now ‘e-Stamping’ in which money is paid in the banks and one need not bring cash. Similarly, there are also plans of digitization of all the records through Online Registration etc. This will ensure that all records are online and anyone can access these from any place. It will bring more transparency in the whole system.

 

M2: What is the name of the program of the Government of India regarding this?

Me: Sir, It is National Land Record Modernization Program. (at this he nodded and seemed a bit satisfied)

 

M2:  You have worked in both the private and public fields. How did you find them?

Me: Sir, both the places had their own advantages and specialties. In private, things are more streamlined, there are fewer rules and paperwork is lesser. As compared to that, in government, diversity of work is more though paperwork is also more as e-Governance has still to catch up in government. In some areas like work-life balance, some companies like Infosys – they are actively promoting work-life balance – as you find everything you need within campus itself. On the other hand, public sector has still to catch on these terms. (I had mugged up so many points, but only these came out).

 

M3: Have you heard of this term ‘Work Ethics’? (I said ‘Yes’). What is it?

Me: (I struggled a bit as I didn’t have a clear definition in my mind and tried to fabricate one) Sir, work ethics is doing your work with full honesty, dedication and sincerity. It is aligning your goals with organizational objectives and pursuing them. (And I almost repeated the same things again, but as a different sentence).

 

M3: Different countries have different work ethics. Some are known for good work ethics. Can you name a few.

Me: Japan is one such country sir. I have heard that employees work there diligently even if employer is not watching them. This is the reason that even the notions of ‘quality’ comes from… (At this I was interrupted).

 

M3: Ok, leave Japan and Germany, which other countries?

Me: Sir, there are many other European countries. In Asia we have Singapore, and for that reason, it is also at the top of Ease of Doing Business Index as well.

 

M3: Do you agree that India has inferior work ethics?

Me: No sir, we don’t have ‘inferior’ work ethics, but ‘different’ work ethics. Different would be actually the right word. The notions of ‘work’ in modern history arrived with industrialisation which incidentally happened first in the West and some Asian countries like Japan and South Korea and hence the idea of work ethics. We have a different historical context and have a complex society. So, sometimes there are some extraneous factors that affect workplace as well.

 

M3: What are those extraneous factors?

Me: Sir, caste is one. Religion is also there. We have pictures of gods and deities even in our government offices. Apart from it, we are a very closed knit society and sometimes relatives and friends ask for some favours as well.

 

M3: Why sex ratio is poor in Haryana?

Me: Sir, Haryana is a patriarchal society and for that reason, people attach different notions and values to male and female child. Secondly, some sociologists also suggest that as land prices went up and property became costly, due to a patriarchal and patrilineal system, preference for male child also became higher. Thirdly, Haryana is closer to Delhi and hence there was early access to sex detection techniques in the region. (again, this was another much expected question and I had prepared it well. But only these things came out of me)

 

M3: Can you name a few Indian Sociologists?

Me: Sir, starting from G S Ghurye, M N Srinivas, Yogendra Singh (and then I suddenly went blank, though I know names of a lot of them, and seeing my this situation, M3 came to my rescue).

 

M3: Ok, tell me the contribution of any one of them.

Me: Sir, Mr M N Srinivas is considered as to be belonging to the structural functionalist tradition in Indian sociology. He gave various theories on village, caste and religion. He gave idea of ‘Dominant Caste’ and ‘Sanskritisation’ which explains the phenomenon of social change via cultural change.

(Now the Chairman took over)

 

CH: Recently, there was some issue in Haryana. How do you feel about that? Why they were doing so and how things played out? (He was actually referring to the stir by Jats for reservation and the consequent violence)

Me: Sir, regarding how I feel about it, I feel very bad about it… (at this I was interrupted and I also realized that perhaps I had made a wrong selection of words).

 

CH: I am not asking about your emotions. You are a future administrator, you have to take decisions. Tell me how it played out and where administration failed.

Me: Sir, the protests started as a particular community (I deliberately avoided putting a name) felt that their main economic mainstay ‘land’ is no longer a viable option as land holdings become very small. They also found themselves with no other options like other castes have. Adding to that, employment opportunities also shrunk in both public and private sector. Public jobs declined from 21 million in 1990s to 17 million today. Similarly, private sector also failed to provide meaningful jobs. In this situation, the particular community felt that they are no longer the so called ‘dominant caste’ that others used to call them and hence suffer from economic handicaps. Regarding how it played out, I would say that it was an ‘error of judgment’ on the behalf of administration. While the protests were growing, adequate preventive and enforcement measures were not taken and intelligence also apparently failed. Government and higher officials also failed to establish dialogue and bring the parties on the table for talks to alleviate their apprehensions. So, there was a communication gap as well. In this situation, technology played its role and mis-information and rumors spread like a wild-fire through social media, Whatsapp etc and situation turned very volatile. As a result, communities turned against each others as well.

 

CH: What do you think that they should be given reservation or not?

Me: No Sir.

 

CH: Thanks, your interview is over.

Me: Thank you sir. (I said thank you to other members as well).

 

Suddenly, it came to my mind that chair was inside the table when I entered the room (and keeping in mind that I was sitting in front of an armed forces personnel) and to show my etiquette) I picked up the chair very gently and tucked it again inside the table – where it was earlier – and left.

 

I don’t remember what the 4th member had asked (not even sure that whether he had asked any Qs at all), or whether some of these Qs were by the 4th member. So I have totally skipped him.

Educational background

% in class 10 76
% in class 12 64
Graduation course and % BE Mechanical 72%
Name of college, city, passing out year PDM College of Engineering, Bhadurgarh, Haryana
Post-graduation MBA, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras
Any other professional courses  –
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Cartooning and Blogging ,Yoga

The only thing I have learned is that – after all, this is also another kind of exam and you will also land into another kind of job. It is ok to say that you want to come into this to pursue your goals, but always remember there are so many avenues as well. You must realize – irrespective of whether you make it or not – that your life is not just about UPSC. Always give some minimum time to your health and family as well. The youthful time that you might put into this exam shall never come back. So, never take too much stress in this exam.

Special credits & thanks to Nitin Sangwan

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Siddharth Jain-Toppers strategy (AIR 13, 2015)

IAS toppers, Toppers Strategy, UPSC toppers

UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH -Siddharth Jain

Attempts – first genuine attempt (But actually second)

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 -128
PAPER 2 -160

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY -142 GENERAL STUDIES 4 -99
GENERAL STUDIES 1-103
OPTIONAL 1 -114
GENERAL STUDIES 2-082
OPTIONAL 2 -154
GENERAL STUDIES 3-97
INTERVIEW -187

Optional subject: Mathematics

MAINS Total–791  + Interview–187  => Final–978

Rank – 13

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

  1. Set targets for yourself:Prepare a short and a long term time table and follow it judiciously.If you lack the will,join some test series(the deadlines for test series will keep you on track).Giving yourself a target will keep your mind focused.
  2. Study momentum:If possible join a library or reading room.Having a good ambience to study generally benefits.Select an optional that you love.So that if you get bored with studies , you can go through it.
  3. Mood Swings :Do some form of mental exercise.I used to meditate(Vipassana meditation).One can do some breath exercises or Yoga.
  4. Distractions:Use smart technology in  a smart way.Dont get too much swayed away by your friends party bash pics on facebook.Just realize that you need to take care of yourself for 2-3 years and for the rest of life the government of India will take care of you 😉 .Take some break to freshen yourself up regularly.

Other than this one can listen to motivational songs,watch some motivational movies.(Pursuit of happiness , is one such movie)

 

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

Manbir sir was the chairman & approx 30 minutes.

Me:may i come in.

ch: come in,have a seat.

ch:why do u want to join ifos

me:mam , it will give me an opportunity to contribute both in the short and long term

ch:how?

me:(something about sustainable development and how a forest officer can cntribute towards the same)

ch:how mch CO2 is there in atmosphere?

me:400 ppm as per recent study

ch:how does it harm us?

me:(global warming and stuff)

ch:what is gutenberg discontinuity?

Me:i answered bt got confused with mohos discontuinity

ch:if start drilling the earth and tell what metals will you u find?

ME:(sial,sima,nife)

next member

m1:what is special in your college , tell related to ur own department?

me:sir, it is one f d oldest mechanical department (and den jst added non sense points,  got a bit nervous )

m1:ur achievements as mechanical engineer?

me:(i jst graduated in 2014 and was not into technical side , so cudnt answer properly )

m1:tell me about rajaji park?

me:(answered,it is spread over 3 districts(elephants etc)

m1:no , pinpoint the bird species there

me:sorry sir, i am not aware.

m1:elephant issue

me:getting killed due to accidents , no proper elephant corridors etc (but not convinced)

next member

m2:how will u use mechanical engineering in ifos

me:sir by using knowledge of material science can find some suitable replacement for timber like composites,can modernize our process of transporting logs by conveyor belts, cuuting of trees by mechanised saw mills etc…(got convinced)

m2:use of forest

me:food,fodder,raw material,pool of genetic resources,medicinal plants,asthetic significance

m2:mam asked u abt earth’s crust.relate the crust with forest  and urself and analyse

me:(no clue wat he wanted)i said the crust provides soil, soil supports trees ,grasses,then come grazers ,den carinvores etc .humans like me , use the forest for (the points mentioned above).and after this we humans contribute back via afforestation , preserving forest etc.(somehow he was v. convinced)

m2:we preserve forest.differentiate btw protected and reserve forest

me:told

m2:what is keystone species?

me:told

next member

m3:your hobby is meditation.wat is meditation.

me:told a prepared definition.

m3:which meditation u do?

me:i am inclined towards vipassana

m3:y vipassana?

me:told some reasons.

m3:what is tm?

me:the abbreviation for transcendent meditation

m3:tell about it

me:told

m3:who discovered it

me:sry sir, i dont know

m3:tell us carbon credit

me:(i felt thirsty ) i asked if i cud hv sum water.,(chairman interrupted and said to tell abt carbon trading, carbon footprint etc).i expalined them

ch:how is carbon emmision calculated

me:told sumthing(not very convinced,i myself was not convinced)

ch:tell us something abt ur carbon emmission today.

me:(little confused)i told for example while coming from home , i used car , dat adds to my carbon emmission,den my carbon emmission is a bit more in this room because i am a little nervous(fast breathing)..(dey smiled )

ch:where do we trade carbon

me:told

m3:in what field of forest are u interstd

me:(was not prepared for this)sir,trees

m3:name 5 species

me:neem,pipal,arjun,jamun,kejri

m3:u r interested in kejri??

me:hmm sir i was born in rajasthan , and i know a little about it

m3:which national park have u visited

me:sir madhav national park

ch:but all animals are in captivity there?

me:yes mam

ch:ok u may leave

(i thanked)

Educational background

% in class 10 96
% in class 12 91
Graduation course and % Mechanical engineering
7.4
Name of college, city, passing out year IIT Roorkee,2014
Post-graduation Nops
Any other professional courses Nops
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Vipassana meditation (mentioned in DAF),Other than that I am a sport lover and I play many sports

1:Chose the correct optional.Do not follow the crowd.
2:Do not chose a graduation subject just because it will help in UPSC.Chose a subject which is an end in itself,i.e. which will provide you with good job and backup.
3:Take care of your physical(Do regular exercise,eat healthy) and mental health(meditate or do yoga)
4:Have a good command over the medium(language) of the exam i.e. if you chose English you should be good at English language skills
5:Do not give your first attempt just for the sake of clearing prelims.Else you will waste the time between prelims and mains.
6:Be humble and try to learn as much as possible.Have a curious mind.
WISDOM OF LIFE :Do not take your life very seriously.Enjoy the process.Do not associate yourself with this body and mind.Realize the temporal nature of life.

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Charchit Gaur- Toppers strategy (AIR 96, 2015)

IAS toppers, Toppers Strategy, UPSC toppers

UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH –Charchit Gaur

Attempts – first attempt

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 -111.34 PAPER 2 -124.89

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY -115 GENERAL STUDIES 4 – 91
GENERAL STUDIES 1- 95 OPTIONAL 1 – 145
GENERAL STUDIES 2- 85 OPTIONAL 2 – 123
GENERAL STUDIES 3-86 INTERVIEW -190

Optional subject: CHEMISTRY

MAINS Total–740 + Interview–190=> Final–930

Rank –96 .

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

i was living in my home so whenever I used to feel low I used to talk to my mother and sometimes used to watch some useful/non-useful videos on youtube. Sometimes used to watch cartoons and some comedy series. One should know that it is not possible to study for 14 hours a day for 7 days a week. So one should make target accordingly. I used to take a gap after 4 5 days to relax. But one must adhere to the targets and must keep sufficient gap for relaxing.

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

vinay mittal was the chairman & approx 30-35 minutes

Chairman: come sit down. (I haven’t asked for may I come in and was standing near entrance itself so I quickly done may I come in and then good afternoon sir good afternoon mam). He again said sit down.
Me: thank you
Chairman: so what you are charchit. What it mean?
Me: famous.
Chairman: are you?
Me: a little.
Chairman: but you have very good cgpa, you might be very famous in college?
Me: yes sir. Thank you sir.
Chairman: what is this trip to Russia?(as I had visited Russia after securing good rank in olympaid)
Me: explained what I did and also answer 2 3 supplementary question.
Chairman: what is KVPY?( I also had this written in my daf. It is basically a scholarship)
Me: explained.
Chairman: so if there is a policy from center that will damage the local area will you implement it?
Me: I will find variable and modify it.
Ch: but you can’t?
Me: then I will prepare a presentation based on facts and present to my senior official with a plan b
Ch: if he dont listen?
Me: will go to next level but wont implement faulty policy
Ch: do you read current happenings?
Me: yes(had to say yes)
Ch: what is new economic policy by arvind subramaniam?
Me: no idea( actually I said it smiling showing that no one of my age could know it and since many people have told me that even if you give 10 wrong answer to chairman it won’t matter and mine was first no …so in my mind I was relaxed)
Chairman direct to member 1.
Mem-1: if a file is leaked in media declaring the policy is faulty will you use the media to bring pressure on senior?
Me: no sir I will use my own research and not some media ruomur.
Mem-1: you are from kota? Why coaching is famous in kota.
Me: prepared answer. First to come, brand value, resources developed.
Mem-1: is naxalism a problem? Do govt realized it is a problem? Why it persist?
Me: (answered like any other sane person would)
Mem-2: you are chemical eng. So tell me how drone work?
Me: didn’t know how they work so explained what are they. Didn’t remember whether he was satisfied or not.
Mem-2: clean ganga project
Me: explained
Mem-3: should there be more IIT?
Me: yes, new experiment with new branches, do combine research-interdisciplinary research, population increasing, attract researcher from outside and within India, focus on rural with new iit, (5-6 more fundae cant remember now, she said good after the answer)
Mem-3: you are from raj, women carry water on head, what is the solution?
Me- 3 ways to address, if infra missing give infra, if no water use water harvesting, if infra and water both there but water polluted clean it.
Mem-3: what are model of rain water harvesting?
Me: couldnot remb mam, but cm of rajasthan have launched new schemes to conserve water.(told 2 3 fundaes again a good)
Chairman said now mem 4 but mem 3 intrreupted and said one more question so chairman allowed her to ask one more but currently couldn’t remember.
Mem-4: teaching is your hobby so whom do you teach
Me: part of nss IIt-delhi teaching underprevilege and answered supplementary question.
2 3 more questions but I could not remember.
Ch: thankyou charchit you may go now.

Educational background

% in class 10 94.6
% in class 12 91.2
Graduation course and % 84.8 in chemical engineering
Name of college, city, passing out year IIT-Delhi, delhi,2015
Post-graduation None
Any other professional courses None
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Teaching, cooking

draw boundaries for syllabus. Like last year I knew I didn’t have time to read 2 newspaper yojana, kurkshetra, bipin Chandra etc etc. so I limited my source. Try to remember sources by heart that you want yourself to be confined to. Like if you want to read economics read from mrunal.org all videos but then don’t study from some coaching notes and again from some standard book. Restrict yourself according to time. Like wise if you want to study modern India read from spectrum, then don’t go for bipin Chandra also, ncert also.
Also search for videos, like when I used to study geography ncert I used to watch videos of things that I don’t understand by reading. Finally all will have different strategy find yours by knowing your strength and weakness

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Dr.Ravindra Goswami- Toppers strategy (AIR 152, 2015)

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UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH-Dr.Ravindra Goswami

Attempts – first genuine attempt (But actually second)

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 -130.66 PAPER 2 -146.84

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY – 126 GENERAL STUDIES 4 – 100
GENERAL STUDIES 1- 107 OPTIONAL 1 – 137
GENERAL STUDIES 2- 68 OPTIONAL 2 – 136
GENERAL STUDIES 3- 95 INTERVIEW -149

Optional subject: MEDICAL SCIENCE

MAINS Total–769 + Interview–149 => Final–918

Rank –152 .

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

– I never read on Sunday, also I used to talk with my Wife Meena about the thoughts and she kept on motivating me during mood swings.
-Also watching some comedy movies or inspirational movies like the Million Dollar Baby used to break the monotony.

Weekly practice of the essays,wrote almost 30 essays between prelims and mains.Crosschecked it with friends.
-Started maintaining a separate register for quotes and relevant  examples from day to day life.

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

Alka Sirohi maam was the chairman of board & approx 30 minutes.

Cp-what kind of emergencies you have seen during your work in PHC
Me-RTA, scorpion bite,MI,PPH
CP-what is treatment of scorpion bite
ME-reassurance,antihistamins,steroids,local infiltration of xylocaine
CP-treatment of anaphylaxis
Me –started answering but CP started cross question on every word(perhaps to put me in stress,finally I managed the survival with smile)
M1-
q-famous places in chittorgarh
me-Chittorgarh fort,sanwaliyaji temple
q-Two things related to chittorgarh which are famous
me-(recalled the tagline of chittorgarh(Bhakti or Shakti ki Nagari)Meera Bai and Rani Padmini
q-your experience as a doctor
me –I told that the learning from my job was excellent yet some conditions were not in my contol and I had to sought DM’s interference to get the things correct
q what would you change if made collector of chittorgarh
me-interdepartmental convergence along with making the services more accessible to  common man
M2
q-why rajasthan is recalled when energy scenario of country is come in the picture
me- told about the solar energy,nuclear testing and wind energy
q -difference in crude oil and petrol
me-don’t know
q-why big farms of solar energy are not coming out in rajasthan
me- policy problems along with lack of big investment
q-what percentage of indias energy is produced by Rajasthan
me-don’t know
M3
q-Why to come in administration
me-big platform to work for the people along with opportunity to work in many areas og the Government
q-treatment of Asthama
me-narrated the stagewise treatment

q-what is slip disc/how to prevent it /how to treat it
me-described in brief he seemed quite satisfied with it.
M4-
Q question on relevancy of postal services
Me- financial inclusion,social services
qwhat are upcoming projects of department of post
-payment bank
Cp
q-relation in law and public opinion
-I explained with the help of the examples of the Nirbhaya case and Transgender case that public opinion do matter in the law making but it is duty of legislators that they should keep the future in mind while forming the law.
q-why doctors are not going in rural areas
me-lack of infra, lack of understanding of the need of the rural areas
CP-you may go now.

Educational background

% in class 10 84
% in class 12 84
Graduation course and % MBBS,64%
Name of college, city, passing out year SMS Medical college,Jaipur,2009
Post-graduation Was Undergoing MD
Any other professional courses
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Helping sick persons,playing cricket,jogging

Believe in yourself before asking the UPSC to believe in you.

Special credits & thanks to Dr.Ravindra Goswami

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Pulkit Garg- Toppers strategy (AIR 27 2015)

IAS toppers, Toppers Strategy, UPSC toppers

UPSC PERFORMANCE GRAPH -PULKIT GARG

Attempts – Second attempt (Rank 490, CSE 2014)

PRELIMS MARKS

PAPER 1 – 115.34
PAPER 2 – 176.38

Mains and Interview marks-

ESSAY -119 GENERAL STUDIES 4 – 97
GENERAL STUDIES 1-114
OPTIONAL 1 – 136
GENERAL STUDIES 2- 94
OPTIONAL 2 – 102
GENERAL STUDIES 3- 11
INTERVIEW -190

Optional subject: CHEMISTRY

MAINS Total–773  + Interview–190  => Final–963

Rank – 27

Daily routine for UPSC preparation

Consistence and patience is the most important trait in this exam. One thing that really helps for maintaining momentum is genuine interest and curiosity. Try generating interest for every topic and subject – which could be done by asking regular questions to yourself while reading anything – keep asking why,how,when,what could be done – dont be satisfied with only what the article is telling you – go and find out answers for these natural and self made questions on the net. For example: you read an article that India has got a rank of 128 in Gender Inequality Index and so and so country has such and such rank . In this: find out.. 1. What does this index tell       2. What are the dimensions used to come out to this conclusion 3.Where is India lacking specifically 4.Why is India lacking specifically 5.What is the position of our neighbors; if better – how ? 6. What has been done and what more could be done by different stakeholders – revise in your head for each of the dimensions. This would be the holistic coverage of the topic which would also keep your interest up and enter into a virtuous cycle of interest and learning; out from the negative cycle of mood swings and distraction.
The fact that I knew that this is the career of my choice and I would have to sit again for the exam next year if I dont study well this time – used to motivate me even more i.e what I should study was inevitable and it had to be done – either this time or some other time – so why not this time only.
You can also keep maximum one hour for the things that you love doing – example I used to go for jogging whenever I did not feel like studying – but this should be done within the time limit.
Listening to motivational songs used to help me a lot too.

UPSC INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE

A sober white shirt + black trousers + tie.HC Gupta was the chairman & took 30 minutes approx.

It started on a very pleasant note. I entered with a smiling face.
CM : Has anyone told you that have a very good smile Pulkit .
Me: Thank you sir. Yes sir, my friends tell me that. (blushing 😀 ) . It even goes with my name, Pulkit.
All board members in chorus : What does your name mean Pulkit?
Me: Sir, it means a person who is always happy and smiling.
CM : It really suits you then Pulkit.
Me : Thinking ( there couldn’t have been a better start to the interview)
CM : Okay, Pulkit, tell us why do you want to leave IRTS, which is such a good job with immense perks, with houses bigger than that of IAS and where saloons(separate coaches) are provided for travelling through train to the officers.
Me: Definitely sir, it’s a great service. But IAS has its own distinct advantages, such as :
The most important reason Sir is that it gives me immense opportunity to make a deep impact on every aspect on a citizen’s life, ranging from education, health to skill development. The other major reason is that it gives me great opportunity for career growth. 80% of joint secretaries,85% of Additional secy and 90% of secretaries are IAS. (not sure about accuracy of figures, but I was more concerned about conveying the message)
CM : Okay. What is the capital of Assam?
Me : (In a hurry) Sir, its Guwahati. ( a big blunder)
CM : No, Pulkit, Its Dispur, a locality in Guwahati. Have you read about it?
Me : Yes sir, I have read about it. Thank you for the information. It just slipped out of my mind.
CM : Okay. What is your opinion about scrapping of recruitment into railways through SCRA?
Me : Its definitely a step in the right direction sir. Supported it with 2-3 reasons. ( CM looked satisfied)
M1 : Why do you think that IITs are institutes of excellence, better than our other institutes.
Me : Gave standard answer. Best of the students selected. Very good faculty. Excellent infra. Independent governance.
M1 : Gave me an incomprehensible ( at that time, turned out to be easy later, as soon as I exited the hall) Maths problem, which he had already written beforehand on a sheet of paper.
Me : Can I take some time sir>
M1: Take all the time you want.
Me: Cant think of it right now sir.
M1: No issues.Its totally okay.
Over to M2
M2(Lady) : You would get a lot sifarishein( illegitimate demands) when you are posted in the district. How would you tackle them?
Me:  Ma’am , I would keep a very simple approach. I would ensure that everything works as per the law and procedure. Not even one exception would be there to this norm. Not even for my family members, relatives or friends. It would establish my image as an honest officer, and in some time, I would stop receiving such demands. ( she looked satisfied)
M2 : What is Make in India?
M2 : What is Skill India?
Over to M3
M3 : So you are from Delhi. Tell me 3 problems and the point wise solutions about why Health system in Delhi is crumbling
Me : 1. Underspending as a proportion of GSDP
2. Lack of availability of medicines in govt hospitals
3. Poor medical ethics  among doctors
Solutions:

  1. Increase spending
  2. Improve supply chain
  3. Reform medical education system

There were a few other innocuous questions, which I don’t remember right now.
M4 : Gave a situation. So consider that you are DM of a district. What measures would you take to prevent a railway accident, and in case an accident happens, to minimize injuries and casualties.
Me : Sir, we could undertake a vulnerability analysis survey, to find out the most vulnerable areas, where there is high probability of an accident taking place. Then we could take site specific measures.
Such as , strengthening of old bridges through which trains pass , and strengthening embankments to prevent landslides from affecting railway tracks.
To minimize the adverse effects, we could have a toll free emergency helpline number to provide quick help.
M4 : Anything else?
Me : Sir, we could form a coordination committee consisting of officials from district administration, police, railway officials and officials from health department to provide quick and effective help.
M4 : Could we also train local communities, who are normally the first responders, in such emergencies?
Me : Definitely sir.
CM : Thank you Pulkit, your interview is over. And I think I should take back my comment about your smile, because you were so serious throughout the interview.
Me: Didn’t know what to respond. Just gave him a nervous smile again. J
CM : Thank you!
Me : Thank you sir. Thank you while looking at everyone else.

Educational background

% in class 10 93%
% in class 12 93.6%
Graduation course and % B Tech,Civil Engineering ; CGPA – 8.15
Name of college, city, passing out year IIT Delhi – 2014
Post-graduation
Any other professional courses
Hobbies & Extracurricular achievements Hobbies : playing badminton and squash, jogging

The main aim in life is to maximize happiness. Find what gives you happiness and go for the kill. Don’t think what your friend is doing, don’t think what the society wants you to do. Do what you want to do and you would definitely succeed.
I would like to say that this exam tests patience and determination over everything else. If you are determined and hard working, it is a no-brainer that you would definitely make it.

Special credits & thanks to Pulkit Garg

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