UPSC IAS Exam Topper Video: Siddhartha Jain answering General Questions regarding UPSC IAS Exam

Current Affairs remained as an important section for IAS Exam. In every paper of IAS Exam from Prelims till the stage of interview, the Current Affairs will play a major role in clearing the IAS Exam. I would like to make you understand this through an example; GS Paper I in which we feel that the subjects like History, Geography are very static subjects but it is not so. Generally they ask questions in these sections by keeping the issues of Current Affairs in the mind. Siddhartha Jain has shared his strategy for the UPSC IAS Exam Preparation and how he made himself among the Top 15 in the list.

Created On: Sep 22, 2016 09:44 IST
Modified On: Sep 22, 2016 14:31 IST

Siddhartha Jain, a Mechanical Engineer from IIT Roorkee made it to the final list of Civil Services Exam 2015. He got the 13th rank in his 2nd attempt and he is very keen to join the services. During his talk with he answered the very general questions which are most important and could be inspirational for the aspiring candidates of UPSC IAS Exam.The Questions are like:

  • When did you chose to become a Civil Servant and why?
  • Please tell us about your Previous Selection in Civil Services.What motivated you to reappear in the Civil Services Exam?
  • What will be your priorities after becoming an IAS?
  • Please tell us about your hobbies and interests.Do you think examination is more analysis oriented now rather than fact oriented?
  • Is joining coaching Institute indispensable for clearing the IAS Exam?Did you use Internet? How helpful was it?
  • Which resource is most relevant to update the day to day knowledge as well as the backgrounds of events and How?
  • What type of mindset the candidates should keep to handle the evolving pattern of IAS Examination?
  • Please enumerate the Dos and Don’ts for the preparation of IAS Examination?

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