Board: Smita Nagraj ma’m
Background: BE Computer science + MBA
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- You have just worked for 5 weeks in Kuwait. Why only this much?
- clarified her on it being an internship for MBA program. And also that it was for 2 months.
- Did you get a PPO? What have you been doing since then?
- What would have been your role in case you have joined it?
- Why do you want to join Civil services then? Your job was quite good in terms of pay and work profile.
- How do you think is India managed? ( was not quite clear about was this question mean) -> then I replied mam there are areas India is doing good and there are areas we need to do good.
- 2 areas where we are doing good and 2 where we need to improve.
- Question on functioning of panchayti raj in the village?
- Who needs to make sure infrastructure of panchayat bhawan is of good quality?
- So many changes in direct taxes like faceless assessment but IRS (IT) are no happy? Reasons.
- Followed by 4-5 question
- Can’t remember a few after that *
- TELL US about VIHAAN (FMS social service cell)
- About mentorship program
- Funding mechanism?
- 300 volunteers were providing information on covid via a website but they plan to not go further? Heard about it?
- Who can take up this after this?
- Barring IITs and PAYTM who can do this?
- When did you make your driving license?
- Tell me the process you went with?
- No corruption? Strange isn’t it?
- Did you go for driving school?
- Why people face corruption there?
- What innovative can you do for corruption free driving license system as an IAS?
- You have lived in 6-7 cities. Tell us about your learnings.
- How can this learning help during your time as a civil servant?
- You didn’t choose computer science and MBA and despite having no background in PSIR. why did you choose that?
- DELHI UNIVERSITY has seen cut off in excess of 98% for graduation in pol science? Reasons?
- Why people are attracted towards PSIR?
What is the career option available to them?
Thank you, You can leave. Have a nice day.
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