Ethics & Public Administration Strategy by Prabhat Malik AIR 68

Hi, I am Prabhat Malik and my rank in this year’s Civil Services Examination is 68.  Last year I got into Indian Revenue Service (Income Tax). I would like to share my strategy of General Studies and Public Administration Optional. Since I have received maximum number of requests regarding my preparation for Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude… Continue reading Ethics & Public Administration Strategy by Prabhat Malik AIR 68

IAS AIR 299 : Parth Jaiswal – Mathematics Optional Preparation Strategy

Hello, My name is Parth Jaiswal. I come from Jaipur, Rajasthan. I completed my graduation in Computer Science discipline from IIT Delhi in 2013. Soon afterwards I started preparing for Civil services and Indian Forest Service, aiming for the attempt of year 2014. Luckily I was able to clear both the examinations in my first… Continue reading IAS AIR 299 : Parth Jaiswal – Mathematics Optional Preparation Strategy

Booklist & Strategy for Preparing Electrical Engineering – by Rank 9 Ashish Kumar

I devoted a lot of my energies into my optional subject, Electrical Engineering. This subject has a huge course but if it can be managed then it usually gives great returns. Start Preparing Early The syllabus of Electrical not being small, Starting early for EE helps since you need time to complete theory, practice numericals… Continue reading Booklist & Strategy for Preparing Electrical Engineering – by Rank 9 Ashish Kumar

Interview with RANK 20: Aman Mittal

ForumIAS Member Aman Mittal cracked IAS in his first attempt, with an All India Rank of 20. An electrical engineer, he is a native of Delhi and took Electrical Engineering itself as his optional. He shared the journey of his achievement with ForumIAS and here are the salient points of his success story. Why Civil Services? Civil Services is an area where… Continue reading Interview with RANK 20: Aman Mittal

Strategy: 8 Rules to follow in your CS Mains Examination

Read the question twice before attempting. Do not just glance through the question, identify the only/single keyword you are familiar with , and go full throttle , centering your answer around that single term which you have are familiar with. There are at least two to three keywords in every question. Identify them Understand the… Continue reading Strategy: 8 Rules to follow in your CS Mains Examination