UPSC Civil Services Exam is something that is every Indian’s dream since its inception. However, this dream has been a big market as well by many players. One can see how people are coerced to join classes, coachings and pay lakhs of rupees to coaching institutes and landlords for the same.
In this article read about the IAS Officer Saloni Verma who advises how to crack Civil Services Exam using just an Internet Service Provider and Self Study. Read below to follow her guidance. Prakhar Kumar Singh read his books, basic NCERT books and solved online tests to succeed in UPSC Civil Services Exam. Read below to know his strategy as well.
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UPSC 2022: Strategy Suggested By Saloni Verma
Let us first talk about Saloni Verma. She secured All India Rank 70 in UPSC 2020. She credits her success to the Internet and Self Study. Saloni said, "Self-study is the best weapon for any UPSC aspirant. You have good internet service and can study well, everything is available online."
Her strategy is useful for anyone who wishes to prepare for the exam sitting in a village or small city without any proper coaching institutes.
Saloni was originally from Jamshedpur in Jharkhand. Now you can imagine what motivated this female to become an IAS officer without using any classes. Saloni spent most of her time in Delhi and after graduation, she decided to go for Civil Services. Her first attempt went in vain but she hit the bullseye in her second attempt. She also suggests the aspirants of UPSC have crisp planning' analysing their abilities and interests.
Saloni followed her instincts and chose to study only through the internet and self-study using the books available in the market to secure 70th rank.
UPSC 2022: Strategy Suggested By Prakhar Kumar Singh
Similar is the story of Prakhar Kumar Singh, who cracked Civil Services securing 29th Rank in the UPSC 2020 exam. Prakhar in an interview said, that his UPSC Mains exam and Interview went well. Prakhar also cleared the exam on the second attempt, says that he chose Electrical Engineering as his optional subject. He did his graduation in this subject and he could prepare well for it, so he chose it.
Prakhar's strategy was to prepare thoroughly through the books of NCERT and read them again and again. To deal with negative marks, he said that he solved previous years papers as well. Prakhar suggested following other toppers strategies like he followed using the interviews and tips available online.
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