Motivation -Topper’s Talk

UKPCS2012 FINAL RESULT SAMVEG IAS DEHRADUN

UKPCS2012 FINAL RESULT SAMVEG IAS DEHRADUN

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Image may contain: 4 people, people smilingHeartfelt congratulations to all my dear student .this was outstanding performance .this was possible due to your hard work and dedication.
we also feel sad for other student who could not make it this time.but you all were gems. next time hope you will do better.
total selection:28 (5sdm,3dsp).BEST RESULT IN UTTARAKHAND.
FROM SAMVEG IAS
5 SDM
1)2ND RANK ABHAY PRATAP SINGH
2)7TH RANK AJAYVEER SINGH
3)9TH RANK VARUN AGGRAWAL
4)10TH RANK RAHUL SHAH
5)13TH RAVINDRA KUMAR JUWANTHA

3 DSP
6)SHIVAM PRATAP SINGH, RANK2
7)IMARAN AHMAD,RANK6
8)JUHI MANRAL, RANK12
1 ARTO
9)CHAKRAPANI MISHRA, 1ST RANK
6BDO
10)MANAS MITTAL,RANK8
11)KAMAL KISHOR PANDEY, RANK11
12)SONAM GUPTA,RANK 16
13)DRISHTI ANAND,RANK21
14)ATIYA PARVEZ, RANK22
15)SUMAN LATARANK 23
1CEO ZILA PANCHYAT
16)ANSHIKA SWAROOP RANK4
1SAMAJ KALYAN ADHIKARI
17)ANSHVEY KAINTURA, 2ND RANK
3 TREASURY OFFICER
18)SURYA PRATAP SINGH,RANK3
19)SHAIFALI GUPTA,RANK4
20)KUMAR VIPUL
21)SWAPNIL MUYAL RANK20
1 ZILA POORTI ADHIKARI
22)ARUN KUMAR VERMA,RANK2
4 BAL VIKAS ADHIKARI
23)TARUNA CHAMOLA,RANK6
24)NEETU PHULARA,RANK7
25)PRASANT KUMAR, RANK 18
26)BHARTI BHANDARI, RANK22
2 ZILA PARYATAN ADHIKARI
27)ATUL BHANDARI, RANK3
28)BRIJENDRA PANDEYRANK6
1SAHAYAK SHRAM AYUKTA
29)PRASANT KUMAR, RANK1
30)Nilesh kumar ,jansampark adhikari
Total no of candidate qualified :30

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SHivam Pratap singh Rank 52

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UKPCS MAINS result is out 11 out of 16 in first batch,best of luck for interview.

UKPCS MAINS result is out
11 out of 16 in first batch,best of luck for interview.
Samveg ias congratulates theirs student for their hardwork ,discipline ,dediction due to which they got selected in ukpsc mains exam.
we were almost sure for their result by checking their answer during answer writing practice.unfortunately some good student has also not been selected.we feel sorry for them,but they have good chance in next pcs exam
ANSHVEY.
ATIYA
ARADHANA
MANISHA
DRISHTHI
RAHUL
VINOD
MANAS
PAWAN
SHALIEN
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Heartfelt congratulations to ABHINAV Bhatt for qualifying Rajasthan PCS mains exam in his first attempt.

A very simple,nice and polite guy who always think about study nothing else.His hard work and in depth study has started to produce result. we wish him best of luck for interview.

‪#‎RASMAINS‬ ‪#‎RPSC‬ ‪#‎ABHINAV‬ ‪#‎PCS‬ ‪#‎UPSC‬ ‪#‎UKPSC‬

Samveg ias academy's photo.

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IAS-2015 TOPPERS MARKS :SAMVEG IAS

marks of Tina dabi (rank 1)-ias-2015
Essay: 145/250
GS Paper 1 :119/250
GS Paper 2 :84/250
GS Paper 3 :111/250
GS Paper 4 :110/250
GS Total: 424/ 1000
Political Sci & IR Paper 1 : 128/250
Political Science & IR Paper 2 : 171/250
Optional total :299/ 500
Written total : 868/ 1750
Interview :195/275
Total : 1063 /2025
 
1st attempt,2015 passout, English medium, David Sir Board, AIR 43
ROLL NO. : 0627208
NAME : KUMAR HARSH
ESSAY (PAPER-I)
145
GENRAL STUDIES -I (PAPER-II)
105
GENRAL STUDIES -II (PAPER-III)
091
GENRAL STUDIES -III (PAPER-IV)
107
GENRAL STUDIES -IV (PAPER-V)
110
OPTIONAL-I (PHILOSOPHY) (PAPER-VI)
115
OPTIONAL-II (PHILOSOPHY) (PAPER-VII)
095
WRITTEN TOTAL
768
PERSONALITY TEST
182
FINAL TOTAL
950
 
Rank – 70s
Essay 139
GS Paper 1 – 113
GS Paper 2 – 93
GS Paper 3 – 115
GS Paper 4 – 110
GS Total – 431
Pub Ad. 1- 100
Pub ad- 2 – 95
Optional total – 195
total – 765
interview – saxena -171
Rank – 70s
.All I can say for now is that quantity does matter (along with quality)…i.e. Write more and more if you know more..
2.Point format definitely helps esp. in GS
3.Examples boost your marks – highly relevant in GS 4
4. GS 1 and 3 – you can be a little confident about your score if you have prepared these ( I expected even more in GS 1)
5. Ethics paper –
earlier I used to attempt case studies first and also spent more time on part B and then come to partA and I used to score miserably (87 and 86) This year I attempted part A first.
And this was a suggestion given by my senior that we can spend a little extra time on first 3-4 Qs ( to make some good impressions on examiner) – I followed it and it helped.
In case studies also more analysis of the option which you are going to select would be better. In addition, it’s better to provide more pragmatic answers which are realitic.
 
Rank 57
ESSAY (PAPER-I)
118
GENRAL STUDIES -I (PAPER-II)
113
GENRAL STUDIES -II (PAPER-III)
085
GENRAL STUDIES -III (PAPER-IV)
105
GENRAL STUDIES -IV (PAPER-V)
113
OPTIONAL-I (ANTHROPOLOGY) (PAPER-VI)
122
OPTIONAL-II (ANTHROPOLOGY) (PAPER-VII)
133
WRITTEN TOTAL
789
PERSONALITY TEST (D K Dewan board)
154
FINAL TOTAL
943
 
Ranks 80s
ESSAY (PAPER-I)
117
GENRAL STUDIES -I (PAPER-II)
108
GENRAL STUDIES -II (PAPER-III)
081
GENRAL STUDIES -III (PAPER-IV)
108
GENRAL STUDIES -IV (PAPER-V)
102
GS TOTAL – 399
OPTIONAL-I (PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) (PAPER-VI)
110
OPTIONAL-II (PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) (PAPER-VII)
127
OPTIONAL TOTAL PUB AD – 237
PERSONALITY TEST
179
FINAL TOTAL
932
Rank 9 -IAS-2015
ESSAY (PAPER-I)
138
GENRAL STUDIES -I (PAPER-II)
110
GENRAL STUDIES -II (PAPER-III)
095
GENRAL STUDIES -III (PAPER-IV)
114
GENRAL STUDIES -IV (PAPER-V)
095
OPTIONAL-I (POL. SC. & INT.REL.) (PAPER-VI)
125
OPTIONAL-II (POL. SC. & INT.REL.) (PAPER-VII)
099
WRITTEN TOTAL
776
PERSONALITY TEST
206
FINAL TOTAL
982
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Dear candidate

we are posting interview of Mr Arijit which was held on 9th march for benefit of other candidate.

Name :  Arijit

UPSC Board  :  Smt Alka  Sirohi

Date : 9th march.2016

Chairman. asked:

Q1  What are you doing in ISHAPORE?

Ans : Replied

Q2  : what were you doing in DRDO?

Ans : Replied

Q3 How are you utilising your talent/ knowledge of B.Tech at ISHAPORE?

Ans: Replied.

Member  (M1).

Q4 : Asked about discovery of sea routes, explorer in recent human history..(vasco de gama, cape of good hope)

Ans: Replied.

Q5 :Travelling, exercising- kind of exercise, founder of yoga.

Ans: Replied.

(Note : Travelling  was written in extracurricular activities)

Member  (M2).

Q6 : What do you mean by a classic book.

Ans: Replied.

Q7  : Meaning of culture

Ans: Replied (Little bit discussion on micro and macro aspect of culture take place)

Q8 :How important is listening for a leader?

Ans: Replied. (Indeed good question, related to current happening, replied with view that good listening attributes of leader help him to take good decision)

Member  (M3).

Q9 : Field of number theory, mathematicians involved in it.. unsolved problems.

Ans: Replied.(Math is my optional subject)

Q10 Nuclear doctrine of india… Name of nuclear submarine.

Ans: Replied.

Q11  :Nuclear triad.

Ans: Replied.

Q12 Questions on “feeding stray dogs”—why don’t you support killing stray dogs?

Ans : This was from my hobbies part. I answered very well why stray dog should not be killed .

During answering Member M1 also asked question and was very keen to know about this issue. At same time chairperson Intervened- and asked to give a quick response to M1.

M1 Was proceeding to another question, chairperson intervened stating only one ques..

Don’t remember exactly but discussion went on sterilisation, talked about NGO owned by Debo Shree Roy..

M3 Said to chairperson —effort is laudable..

Member  (M4).

Q13 :Responsible tourism..

Ans: Replied.

Q14  : Trichy..  speciality—answered city of temples.. rockfort temple.. didn’t know who had constructed same.

Ans: Replied.( I studied from NIT Trichy)

Q15  : Animal corridor- why?

Ans: Replied.

Again Chairman start asking questions

Q16 : difference between two diodes..

Ans : i didn’t know.. i said maa’m studied long back.. she said there are things we studied 40 yrs back.. i said “i am sorry maam”.. she said doesn’t matter..

Q17 Man’s best friend..

Ans : replied dog..

Q18 : Why so?

Ans : Replied from my own exp… she said yes unconditional love.

Q19 : Relation between dogs and electronics..

Ans : I said they act as good guide.. why? I said due to their strong sense of smell and “got stuck”..then suddenly observed M3. touching  his left ear.. i replied sense of hearing (this was unique as never before did i find a member so friendly, may be M3 had hinted).

Q20 :Why do dogs have good sense of hearing..

Ans : they can hear very low as well high frequencies..

Q21 :She asked about range

Ans : i didn’t know.

Q22 :How do dolphins interact.. she asked me to guess range of frequency.

Ans :I said i am sorry.. she said ok thank you..

When I thanked M1. He said shabash.. AGAIN  discussed about garbage maintenance—stray dogs etc.

This was typical bio data based interview .Lets see what marks  interview board awards.

#IASINTERVIEW2016 #ARIJITINTERVIEW #UPSCINTERVIEW #UPSCSCRIPT

 

Question:I am 19 now, and I want to be an IAS officer. How do I start my preparation from now?
Please give a detailed descreption of what to do in my three years of engineering(as my first year is about to end) so that it will be useful to me.

Samveg’s Answer

most of the student doing graduation face/feel same dilemma at some point of time.What personally i feel that one should do his graduation with best possible effort (best performance in graduation). upsc has fixed graduation as minimum qualification for civil services.many student take excuse for bad performance in graduation by giving reason that they are preparing for UPSC.But at same time there are very serious student who prepared so well in their 4th year of graduation that they cracked the exam in their first attempt with high rank.serious preparation should start in 4th year only . In early years one should read NCERT and standard books as per their interest .read other books related to various subject to broaden your horizon of knowledge. Starting so early may also reduce zeal before when actual preparation should start.One should develop habit to read important news (editorial) of national newspaper to develop high order thinking.candidates should think over the matter discussed in newspaper and correlate with real life and think about simple and straight solution of various issues. Donot ask many how to prepare for ias? Donot accumulate notes of coaching or so many books on your desk.Donot make 5 year plan for UPSC.Try to understand whole process of exam,exact need of exam. Just read basic books and see the old papers of upsc.

Motivation -Topper’s Talk

Khushaal Yadav, Rank – 28, CSE-14
The UPSC has finally disclosed the interview and mains marks. More than 775 in mains and over around 175 in PT (Personality Test/Interview) is must for harboring any hopes of getting in the administrative services. Of course, there could be outliers who will defy any sort of analysis.
Mains is straight forward Read and Revise and Presentation (More on MAINS later)
Back in the graduation days we used to have theoretical exams and practicals including viva-voce. It was then that I realised the importance of the ‘Interview Skills’. It goes without saying that one needs to have a respectable knowledge of the content before presenting ones viewpoints, but there are certain skills and a particular attitude that can go a log way into making the PT one of your strong areas.
I did not do great in the content aspect, meaning my answers were not extraordinary but being well prepared mentally and being presentable helped me score 201 and make the cut. It compensated for a below par 782in the Mains that I managed.
State of Mind-
This is perhaps the most important part. Make or break. It would determine your rank, your service , cadre,  everything related to the UPSC CSE
It is the most essential aspect in that you are being tested for your communication, presentation, thinking, reasoning skills which are sine qua non for a prospective Officer.
Get into that frame
Imagine you are already in the job. Say, you are in a meeting with hot-shots , or addressing a Press Conference. How would you act then? This is in brief what your PT is all about. To express yourself directly, soundly, and convincingly.
The Skills take time
One does not become an orator overnight. It requires great deal of patience, practice and proper guidance. It is true for any other field. Getting into a proper shape- physical or mental is time consuming, but its a frame of mind worth getting into.
Simple Exercises–
1)IMAGINE yourself to be into the fabled corridors of the UPSC and being escorted to the interview board. Anticipate it. The walk, the churning of the gut, that rush, that chill down the spine.
2) Mirror, mirror! Tell it all!! 
Practice speaking before a mirror. Write down  questions on a chit and draw them randomly.Think for some time, formulate your thoughts, get the necessary phrases, anticipate the possible counter questions that might follow and respond in a calm, controlled and confident manner.
3) Summarise– after reading say an article of the HIndu or the IE, close your eyes and try to summarize it in say a 100 words, recapitulate the key words. This helps not only in memorisation but also helps to avoid verbosity and brings about brevity in the responses, a desirable trait in an officer.
4) V-LOGS – Alternatively, you could record yourself and analyse the clip later, with or without friends. This helps to identify Gestures( facial/bodily), Slips of tongues, stock-phrases, Beating around the bush, tone, pitch, pace, etcetera.
An indispensable exercise to master the movements of the tongue and make them fluid, seamless and purposeful.
5) Learn from the best Turn to presenters from the BBC, Al- jazeera, CNN; world leaders- Barack Obama, PM Modi ji, Putin, Cameroon; Speakers who have honed the craft of story telling. This is in short what it is. Telling them a tale and keeping them spell-bounded. Additionally, this helps you to stay abreast with the changes in the world, to say the least.
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थक कर बैठ गये क्या भाई मन्जिल दूर नहीं है

यह प्रदीप जो दीख रहा है झिलमिल दूर नहीं है
थक कर बैठ गये क्या भाई मन्जिल दूर नहीं है
चिन्गारी बन गयी लहू की बून्द गिरी जो पग से
चमक रहे पीछे मुड देखो चरण-चिनह जगमग से
शुरू हुई आराध्य भूमि यह क्लांत नहीं रे राही;
और नहीं तो पाँव लगे हैं क्यों पड़ने डगमग से
बाकी होश तभी तक, जब तक जलता तूर नहीं है
थक कर बैठ गये क्या भाई मन्जिल दूर नहीं है
अपनी हड्डी की मशाल से हृदय चीरते तम का,
सारी रात चले तुम दुख झेलते कुलिश निर्मम का।
एक खेप है शेष, किसी विध पार उसे कर जाओ;
वह देखो, उस पार चमकता है मन्दिर प्रियतम का।
आकर इतना पास फिरे, वह सच्चा शूर नहीं है;
थककर बैठ गये क्या भाई! मंज़िल दूर नहीं है।
दिशा दीप्त हो उठी प्राप्त कर पुण्य-प्रकाश तुम्हारा,
लिखा जा चुका अनल-अक्षरों में इतिहास तुम्हारा।
जिस मिट्टी ने लहू पिया, वह फूल खिलाएगी ही,
अम्बर पर घन बन छाएगा ही उच्छ्वास तुम्हारा।
और अधिक ले जाँच, देवता इतना क्रूर नहीं है।
थककर बैठ गये क्या भाई! मंज़िल दूर नहीं है।

My Preparation Strategy, Nitish K, Rank – 8, CSE – 2014

I did my schooling at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Chitradurgaduring which I made up my mind to become an IAS officer. Later I did engineering from a college in Bangalore. I started my preparation from mid 2010, i.e. during my final year in engineering.
Like everyone, I decided to take Public administration as my optional and started reading it. After few days I realized that Public administration was not my cup of tea. Fortunately at that time results of CSE-2009 was declared and Prakash Rajpurohit had got Rank 2, with Mathematics as one of his optional. His success inspired me to take Mathematics. He also wrote a blog, which I consider as bible for Mathematics optional. I bought all the books which he had mentioned in his blog and finished one time reading by the time I completed my graduation in mid 2011.
Then I left to Delhi from Bangalore and reached Old Rajinder Nagar in June, 2011. I had made up my mind to take Psychology as second optional and join Mukul Pathak’s coaching. But I changed my mind at last moment and joined Neetu Singh for Geography optional.
While going for Geography coaching, I also joined Maths test series at IMS (Venkanna). I left Delhi after 4 months due to adverse conditions like climate, food, high rent etc and went to my native place near Udupi.
Till prelims i.e May 2012, I finished General Studies myself and revised Maths and Geography. After prelims, I again went to Delhi to appear for Maths and GS test series. I made the mistake of appearing for Mains at Delhi Centre. I got high fever on the day of Essay, General Studies and Geography exams and finally recovered before Mathematics exam.
After Mains, I returned to my native place and started preparing for Interview as well as for next Mains. Then fortunately I cleared Mains and appeared for interview in my first attempt. However I could not make it to the final list. Later I found out that I had missed rank by 10 marks and had got low marks in Interview and Geography. Despite working hard for nearly 3 years and leaving job at campus placement, at the end I was left with nothing.
Many people (particularly relatives) mocked at me telling that even two years after engineering I was sitting at home and gave examples of students getting placements with high packages. This was like adding salt to wound. But somehow all these things eventually made me more determined to clear this exam, at any cost.
Fortunately for me, pattern was changed in 2013 and only one optional was required to be taken. I gladly dropped geography and appeared in Prelims again. As the GS syllabus for mains was changed drastically, I felt it was better to prepare in a group. So I went to Delhi again after Prelims and rented a room with two good friends, who were very hardworking and dedicated. I also joined test series for GS and Maths. This time I wrote mains at Bangalore in December.
After Mains, I relaxed for around 20 days and then contacted Vinay bro. He was my senior in school and I got to know that he had got very good marks in UPSC interview. As I had got very low marks in interview in the previous attempt, I was quite afraid about interview. He was kind enough to take many mock interviews freely in his room and helped me to overcome my fear of interview.
Based on my experience, a few suggestions to all the aspirants:
  1. With right approach, it is possible to clear this exam in first attempt But don’t get disheartened if you fail. Don’t give up. Introspect and rectify your mistakes. Hit back with greater effort. When I missed getting a rank by 10 marks in first attempt, I was very disappointed. But I read that year toppers’ interviews. I told myself if they can do it why can’t I do. I was very angry on myself for not clearing and this made me more determined to clear this exam.
  2. Try to prepare with a group of serious There is no point is befriending non-serious aspirants. They will lead to your failure. Be very careful in choosing your friends.
  3. Consistency and discipline are key to success. I have seen lots of people who work very hard for first 1-2 months and later their preparationdecays exponentially. Have a timetable and follow it religiously. My daily study routine for past four years is like this – 8 to 9:30, 10 to 1:30, 4 to 8:30 and 9:30 to 12:30. Make your own timetable and give some time in between (say ½ hour) for relaxing. The idea is you should be comfortable with your timetable and not get frustrated.
  4. Clear prelims by a comfortable margin. This is very important so that you start preparing for mains seriously without waiting for prelims results.
  5. Practice answer writing for GS, essay and optional regularly.
  6. For GS make notes, preferably on Evernote as it consumes less time and easy to edit and revise.
  7. Don’t spend too much time on Internet searching for materials, news etc. Many aspirants spend hours on internet and think they are preparing. But actually they would be aimlessly jumping from website to another without any value addition. It is better to follow few sources that are qualitative.
  8. Also many have this habit of filling their rooms with all kinds of books, material, photocopies etc., which they won’t study even one page. Buy a maximum of 2 books per subject and read them repeatedly. You need not do research on each and every topic. You should just understand them and be able to give simple and clear answers in exam.
  9. Try to finish Mains syllabus before Prelims. Because after prelims you will be having time only for revision and answer writing.
  10. Join coaching only by consulting many seniors. Don’t be fooled by huge photographs of toppers in advertisements. Many would have appeared only for Test Series or Mock Interviews and coaching centers would claim that they were part of classroom coaching.
  11. Finally don’t get your confidence lowered by all the negative comments made by your friends and relatives. Have faith in your hard work. Promise yourself to work harder and prove all your critics wrong. If you work hard, then luck (God) will help you.
I would like to end with two of my favorite quotes, which helped me immensely during my preparation:
“I hated every minute of training, but I said, ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.’” Muhammad Ali
“We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”  Jim Rohn
:Motivation / Topper’s Talk

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