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(NEWS) Shashi U. Tripathi (IFS) named UPSC member

(NEWS) Shashi U. Tripathi (IFS) named UPSC member

Shashi U. Tripathi, a senior officer of the Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and a secretary in the ministry of external affairs, has been named a member of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

An order to this effect has been issued by the president.

A 1970-batch IFS officer, Tripathi was secretary (west) in the external affairs ministry and has served as India's high commissioner in Canada and consul general in New York.

Among the tasks assigned to the UPSC is recruiting civil servants for the central government by holding examinations and interviews, taking up disciplinary cases, giving advice on transfers and deputations and looking at pay scales and pension.

(TOPPER) Story of Bishnu Charana Mallick, 11th Rank

Story of Bishnu Charana Mallick, 11th Rank

Jajpur (Orissa) : The son of a poor landless Dalit in Orissa has done his family and village proud by securing 11th position in the latest civil services examination.

Jaladhar Mallick, a resident of Thalakodi village in the coastal Jajpur district, 120 kilometers from state capital Bhubaneswar, lives in a thatched house along with his family. He wanted his son Bishnu Charana Mallick to be a teacher in the village school.

However, his son surpassed his expectations and got selected for the Indian Revenue Service two years ago. Bishnu Charana Mallick is at present posted as assistant income tax commissioner at Nagpur in Maharastra.

(BLOG) Success Stories That Inspire : Indra

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Success Stories That Inspire

I don’t know why the media has given quite a bit of coverage for the success stories of those who succeeded in the civil services exams this year. At least some of the stories present very impressive performance from the boys coming out from just ordinary families with little means and cracking the toughest examination in the first attempt itself. That is really great. Here are some such performers from Bihar.

Sujit Kumar Singh stood 132nd in the civil services exams. His father, Bhagwan Singh, is a BMP-5 (Bihar Military Police) havildar, who comes from a village in Rohtas. Sujit could do what his father dreamt. Sujit graduated from Hindu College. He missed UPSC last year by five points. As reported, his police father was his inspiration to become an IPS officer, and Sujit aspires to do something for his village. I wish Sujit kept up the promise about his village. Interestingly, Sujit is one among many who leave Bihar for better education environment and excel.

(TOPPER) UPSC 31st Rank : Pausumi Basu

(TOPPER) UPSC 31st Rank : Pausumi Basu

Jamshedpur, May 18: The steel city is not to be left behind in the success story that the Union Public Service Commission examination this year scripted throughout the country.

(Chandigarh) Two city residents in top 10 List: Dr Amit Saini and Juhi Mukherjee

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(Chandigarh) Two city residents in top 10 List: Dr Amit Saini and Juhi Mukherjee

Chandigarh, May 14: TWO city residents, Dr Amit Saini and Juhi Mukherjee, have cracked the Civil Service Examinations, conducted by the UPSC, and are placed in the top ten. The results were declared today. While Dr Amit Saini stood second, Juhi Mukherjee bagged the 10th place in the All India Ranking.

A resident of Sector 40, Dr Saini has completed his MBBS from Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32. This was his fourth attempt. Earlier, after getting a lower rank, he had joined the Central Industrial Security Force. At present he is posted in Madhya Pradesh.

(RESULT) CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAMINATION 2006 - (RANK-WISE) FINAL RESULT

CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAMINATION 2006
(RANK-WISE) FINAL RESULT
RANK Roll No.
NAME
1 164673 MUTYALARAJU REVU
2 78422 AMIT SAINI
3 4750 ALOK TIWARI
4 152438 PRASANTH N
5 64689 SHASHANK MISRA
6 98742 VYASAN R
7 15538 ANISH RAJAN
8 34280 ANINDITA MITRA
9 164279 ARAVIND AGRAWAL
10 66207 JUHI MUKHERJEE
11 127280 BISHNU CHARAN MALLICK
12 54865 DEEPAK RAWAT
13 61766 NILA MOHANAN
14 281747 JAI SINGH
15 31200 MOUMITA BASU
16 9011 SHAMMI ABIDI
17 305228 REMYA MOHAN MOOTHADATH
18 42372 SHRIMAN SHUKLA
19 65982 SHEETAL VERMA
20 51592 SHAINAMOL A
21 135676 YASHA MUDGAL
22 5830 ATUL KUMAR
23 165398 SHUCHI TYAGI
24 133572 ANURAG TEWARI
25 70828 UDIT PRAKASH
26 138752 SACHINDRA PRATAP SINGH
27 166558 ANURAG SRIVASTAVA
28 61511 VIJAY KUMAR MANTRI
29 141709 KHODE MADHAVI GUNWANT
30 76500 NANTHAKUMAR K
31 54529 PAUSUMI BASU
32 134684 MOHAMMAD QAISER ABDULHAQUE
33 114245 ABHAY
34 302386 PARSHANT KUMAR
35 31188 BALWANT SINGH
36 53268 VIRENDRA MITTAL
37 27017 SWATANTRA KUMAR SINGH
38 135990 NEERAJ KHARWAL
39 38381 TINA SONI
40 40299 BASAVARAJU S
41 48309 ARDRA AGARWAL
42 243748 SANJAY KUMAR SINGH
43 9859 NAGARGOJE MADAN BIBHISHAN
44 6083 SHAILESH KUMAR CHOURASIA
45 60076 ASHWANI MUDGAL
46 54173 SATWANT KHANALIA
47 167665 ADARSH SINGH
48 133208 GOVIND JAISWAL
49 36640 JADHAV SACHIN RAMCHANDRA
50 11530 ABHYANKAR AMEYA AJIT
51 7467 MOHAMMAD TAYYAB
52 64687 ABHINASH KUMAR
53 126185 BYOMAKESH PRADIPTA KUMAR PANDA
54 64258 AVULA RAMESH
55 63371 DEEPAK ANAND
56 59555 SARAVANAN A
57 6036 ANANDHI
58 318405 THAKWANI MUKESH TARACHAND
59 56275 JAWAHAR P
60 129172 NAMITA KHURANA
61 76540 YADAV MANHARSINH LAXMANBHAI
62 153905 SUNEET MEHTA
63 136427 RAVINDRA PRATAP SINGH
64 110544 SHARAD SINGHAL
65 17449 BAYYAPU SANDEEP KUMAR
66 6432 MEGHNA YADAV
67 39088 JITENDRA SINGH RAJE
68 3074 PRATIK MATHUR
69 17646 R MADHU SUDAN
70 127974 KAILASH CHANDRA BISHNOI
71 62247 NAAZNEEN BHASIN
72 212641 ABHISHEK DEV
73 6259 PAULOMI GUPTA
74 1250 AMIT AUDUMBARAYAN SHUKLA
75 47541 SHATRUGHNA SINHA
76 221299 MANOJ KUMAR
77 253599 INDERBIR SINGH
78 43207 NUPUR PRASAD
79 168506 PRABHAKAR
80 152020 MINI CHANDRAN U
81 8689 KOLLURU VEERA RAGHAVA RAO
82 25113 VARNALI DEKA
83 1931 JANMEJAYA PRABHAKAR KAILASH
84 97669 AMIT PATHAK
85 168816 V SHANMUGAM
86 6101 NITIN TIWARI
87 48463 ETI SHUKLA
88 163810 PANKAJ NAIN
89 6676 VIKRAMJIT SINGH
90 132427 DEEPAK KUMAR JHA
91 227686 SEJU P KURUVILLA
92 49156 R RAJESH KUMAR
93 17938 DEEPAN BHADRAN
94 76690 RANA DILIP KUMAR BHURARAM
95 59211 SARTHAK SARANGI
96 116716 RAJAT KUMAR SAINI
97 125589 NAVEEN KUMAR G S
98 1096 PRABHU NARAIN SINGH
99 125542 DAPHNE MARY JOHN
100 4764 NINGTHOUJAM GEOFFREY
101 15165 PALLAVI AKURATHI
102 247445 PAWAN KUMAR
103 65021 VEENA BHARTI
104 206583 RAMVIR
105 25350 DHRUBAJYOTI DE
106 55826 RAKESH BANSAL
107 3332 DIPI AGRAWAL
108 77547 K C DEVASENAPATHI
109 73815 DEBESH KUMAR BEHERA
110 37936 SHWETA MISHRA
111 108997 C MURUGAN
112 17375 RUCHIKA JAIN
113 131545 MEHTA SAMPADA SURESH
114 5720 DEEPIKA GARG
115 2883 MAYANK SINGH
116 163818 RAVI SHANAKAR
117 150463 ABHISHEK BHAGOTIA
118 47741 SURENDER KUMAR
119 203796 KHETMALIS MAKARAND PANDURANG
120 43543 THRILOK CHANDRA K V
121 31698 SYED WAQUAR RAZA
122 45708 C VENKATA SUBBA REDDY
123 65969 ABHISHEK PRABHAT
124 176590 VIKRAM JEET DUGGAL
125 226582 PRAVEEN VERMA
126 166184 ABHISHEK SHANDILYA
127 52891 VIVEK GUPTA
128 69955 DALJEET SINGH
129 121548 DIVYA MISHRA
130 36157 APOORVA BHARADWAJ
131 44684 PATIL AJIT BHAGWATRAO
132 140325 SUJIT KUMAR
133 1926 CHIPHANG ARTHUR WORCHUIYO
134 121147 BHONDVE SANKET SHANTARAM
135 13330 ANOOP BIRTHARAY
136 53992 V VIDHYADHAR
137 63857 CHETAN SINGH RATHOR
138 223662 VIDISHA MAITRA
139 33025 MUTHUKUMARASAMY B
140 28302 SAURABH SINGH
141 148324 KUMAR SAURABH
142 144140 ARJU GARODIA
143 7206 RAJIV JAIN
144 14421 HIM SHIKHAR GUPTA
145 164104 PARVEEN KUMAR THIND
146 27518 SHASHI KUMAR N
147 161239 SITA SHRIVASTAVA
148 34900 ADAPA KARTHIK
149 175067 SATYENDRA KUMAR
150 48708 RANJIT KUMAR MISHRA
151 2722 MAMTA BISHNOI
152 4001 RAM GOPAL
153 27886 PATEL MAYUR KANAIYALAL
154 180 ISHU SINDHU
155 160848 PRANAV KUMAR
156 140903 ANUP KUMAR SAHOO
157 22976 N HEMALATHA
158 28808 SAMRITI GOEL
159 32987 AWINASH KUMAR
160 63208 GOPAL MEENA
161 201 DANGE NIRUPAMA JAGANNATH
162 68691 S XAVIER DHANARAJ
163 62571 AMANDEEP SINGH KAPOOR
164 128033 VIJAY KUMAR
165 27214 ALOK SINGH
166 128008 AMIT KATOCH
167 54668 MANISH KUMAR JHA
168 223506 SUMIT KUMAR VARMA
169 105404 T ANGELINE PREMALATHA
170 126505 ASHOK BABU P K
171 114737 RAJEEV PACHAR
172 192020 NAVEEN A S
173 19886 DIVYA K J
174 57814 ALOK SINGH
175 46 RAMAN GARG
176 131237 GEETINDER MANN
177 28627 S SUNDAR RAJAN
178 153029 SHAURYA SHASHWAT SHUKLA
179 161312 NITIN RAGHUNATH WAGHMODE
180 111890 VENI RAJ
181 173770 MAHENDER BISHNOI
182 157210 YASHWANT KUMAR
183 1302 PRASHANT KUMAR MISHRA
184 258335 PATIL PARIJAT VILAS
185 50867 RAJAT MITTAL
186 289482 VINOD KUMAR SINGH
187 116933 ANUP SINGH
188 292211 ROMIL BAANIYA
189 37755 NITI SHEKHAR
190 94955 UGALE SHEETAL SHAHAJIRAO
191 5879 HIREMATH SUDHIR KALLAYA
192 33983 DUSMANTA KUMAR BEHERA
193 201535 SUDHANSHU SHEKHAR
194 199859 PRADEEP P
195 5802 S BODPATHI
196 42314 DEEPTI CHANDOLA
197 53269 VAIBHAV JAIN
198 306090 K P MOHAN RAJ
199 61613 C SUDHAKAR
200 4829 MAHESH GOPINATH JIWADE
201 359 ANCHAL KHANDELWAL
202 3121 SRIDHARBABU ADDANKI
203 129608 NANDAKUMAR N
204 14081 RUNI PAL
205 9826 SADANAND SHANKARRAO DATE
206 31003 PANKAJ SRIVASTAVA
207 220824 MEERAJ KHALID
208 34808 SUBASH K R
209 293344 KOUSHLENDRA TEWARI
210 336169 UDDIPAN MUKHERJEE
211 7961 ANUBHA SINHA
212 153010 CHANCHAL YADAV
213 112517 JAINENDRA SINGH KANDHARI
214 38311 VIKRANT PAL SINGH
215 76995 ABHISHEK CHANDRA GUPTA
216 242821 PARUL NAIB
217 7747 AMANINDER SINGH DHINDSA
218 8378 SANMEET KAUR
219 118267 BARHAT RAHUL MANHARDAN
220 28625 BIPIN C N
221 27352 SUNIL KUMAR
222 204533 AMIT KUMAR JAIN
223 12050 MUNDHE VISHWAS SOPAN RAO
224 60321 RAVI KUMAR Y S
225 153706 ABHISHEK SHARMA
226 31494 NEETU
227 201430 M ANITHA
228 5416 PRASHANT RANJAN
229 2147 SURINDER BHAGAT
230 61607 SAURABH KUMAR RAI
231 59531 MUKESH JAIN
232 157530 VIVEK KUMAR
233 270587 BHUPENDRA SINGH POONIA
234 200638 AMARESH KUMAR TIWARI
235 31221 CHAUHAN MAKRAND GOVINDBHAI
236 186500 M S NETHRAPAL
237 3086 KATA MANASA GANGOTRI
238 11086 NANDEESH SHUKLA
239 3844 NAVAL KISHORE RAM
240 48285 MANAV BANSAL
241 1285 ANUPAMA SINGLA
242 302234 SHAHNAWAZ UL RAHMAN
243 63828 ASHWIN
244 35868 KESONYU YHOME
245 55901 RAM TIWARI
246 6927 AMIT DUA
247 6813 DESHPANDE SAURABH GIRISH
248 62422 R S ARVINDHAKSHAN
249 29128 KHUSHBOO GOEL
250 9290 TRIMUKHE ABHISHEK BHAGWAN
251 64568 RAM PRAKASH MAURYA
252 191327 SUNIL BHASKAR
253 30372 MONIKA RANA
254 4478 VINOD JANARDHAN BAHADE
255 7393 SAURABH TOLUMBIA
256 164290 SIMARDEEP SINGH
257 165245 SANTOSH KUMAR MISHRA
258 119382 SACHIN KUMAR ATULKAR
259 133543 VIKAS SINGH
260 13068 SWATI MEENA
261 94700 LAGANPREET SANDHU
262 190414 FARHAT KHAN
263 219051 E VISHNU VARDHAN REDDY
264 321516 SANDIP KUMAR MISHRA
265 52233 BURUGU RAJA KUMARI
266 50706 ADITYA SHUKLA
267 175221 PIYUSH SINGH
268 204474 SUNIL GUPTA
269 3041 ROOPAL PRAKASH
270 316521 DHIRENDRA MANI TRIPATHI
271 24773 ASHISH TRIPATHI
272 6124 PANDEY SANTOSH
273 14920 VIRENDER SINGH
274 169633 RAJESH MAHAJAN
275 122693 SHINDE SUDHAKAR NAMDEO
276 254029 SUMAN KUMAR
277 1643 AMIT SINGH
278 288446 VIVEK
279 163726 RENUGA DEVI P
280 83508 H KABILA
281 22108 G ARUN RICHARD ELISHA
282 116338 ASLAM KHAN
283 40194 JAYANATH J
284 45162 AGRAWAL ABHINAV ABHAY
285 18182 KALE SANKET SUBHASH
286 222519 DEBJYOTI CHAKRAVARTY
287 5984 KIRTI SANKRATYAYAN
288 30407 ASHWINI KUMAR
289 141307 PANDIT RAJESH UTTAMRAO
290 6375 NEHA GARG
291 18042 SATYADEEP MAHAPATRA
292 20668 ANIL KUMAR GIRI
293 126102 SHWETA BECTOR
294 66307 ALOK SRIVASTAVA
295 176573 RAM RAKASH RASTOGI
296 7264 PRADIP GURUMURTHY
297 123322 SHRADHA JOSHI
298 262693 MARATHE ONKAR GOPAL
299 1125 AMIT KUMAR SINGAL
300 23998 DEVI PRASAD MISRA
301 111732 YASHVENDRA SINGH
302 133528 AJEET KUMAR
303 47546 C YAMUNA
304 20953 ANURAG SEHGAL
305 50135 AMIT GUPTA
306 287070 RAMESH R
307 166494 SENTHIL AVOODAI KRISHNA RAJ S
308 27312 V CHAITRA
309 162397 VIVEK KUMAR JAIN
310 46077 RAHUL R
311 135772 VAISHALI MALHOTRA
312 129257 SWETA MOHANTY
313 58764 DESHMUKH ABHINAV DILIPRAO
314 99393 RAGHU NATH
315 105383 SHABANA PARVEEN
316 141940 AMARESH KUMAR
317 23082 GAURAV PUNDIR
318 34237 P BALA KIRAN
319 27189 MEENAKSHI DOHARE
320 67709 JENARDHANAN V
321 26363 AMANDEEP SINGH
322 73795 JOGENDRA KUMAR
323 49644 SUDHEER KUMAR NEELAKANTAM
324 33027 V JUSTIN
325 93245 RAJNI RANI ROY
326 62413 VINOD SINGH GUNJIYAL
327 210607 SAMRAT RAHI
328 201135 VIDHI KUMAR BIRDI
329 259893 JITENDRA SINGH SANDU
330 59825 TARUNDEEP
331 142402 RAVI
332 6299 PRATIBHA AMBEDKAR
333 32067 PAVUNA SUNDARI E
334 353168 RAJASHEKARA N
335 107502 ANOOP SINGH
336 64354 PRAVESH KUMAR
337 318498 RAVI SHANKAR CHHABI
338 209466 MAIMUN NISHA ANSARI
339 7765 B RAMANJANEYULU
340 30389 JITENDRA KUMAR SINGH
341 27973 PURUSHOTTAM KUMAR
342 7717 VIJYENDRA KUMAR
343 5143 KUNDAN YADAV
344 48556 BOBDE AMIT ASHOKRAO
345 63968 K VIJAYENDRA PANDIAN
346 116505 VIKAS JHAJHARIA
347 54544 SHIVANAND H KALAKERI
348 49668 DAS RIGNESH KALPESH
349 27334 MURALI MOHAN M
350 473 SANJAI KUMAR YADAV
351 29100 B NAVEEN KUMAR
352 119071 AMIT RAJ
353 185095 DHANARAJU S
354 222619 MUKESH KUMAR PAL
355 2445 P MUTHUSHANKAR
356 2768 SAROJ KUMAR
357 18523 M ARUN KANTH
358 129696 RAJESH KUMAR YADAV
359 6210 KIRAN D
360 31426 NARENDRA KUMAR NAIK
361 370713 GAIKWAD KAILASH PUNDLIK
362 27344 ABHISHEK MESHRAM
363 54691 HUIDROM ROBINDRO SINGH
364 33620 SUNIL KUMAR MEENA
365 30140 S RAJALINGAM
366 116006 MRINAL KUMAR DAS
367 16878 ARTI SINGH
368 166764 SANJAY KUMAR KAUSHAL
369 158600 INDER SOLANKI
370 202324 PALLAVI
371 9406 ANSHAJ SINGH
372 60764 PUTTA VIMALADITYA
373 205715 DHOKE AJAY GOPALRAO
374 1733 PANKAJ KUMAR SINGH
375 93466 PARMAR ALPESHKUMAR TRIKAMLAL
376 2463 POONAM RAI
377 175682 UMA SHANKAR PRASAD
378 77796 MOHIT MRINAL
379 64982 STEEPHEN L
380 158566 L MANGKHOGIN HAOKIP
381 217774 SUSHIL CHANDRA
382 71870 SUHAS L Y
383 50940 WAGHMARE VIPUL DIGAMBAR
384 26090 SHASHI KAJLE
385 85169 RITU RAJ GUPTA
386 26565 PERIASAMY M
387 6494 MOHAMMAD IRFAN AZIZ
388 59023 KRISHNAVENI DESAVATU
389 69138 VIJAY BAHADUR VERMA
390 88478 RAJAN LACHALA
391 60855 BHARATHIDHASAN A V T
392 64615 KRANTHI KUMAR GADIDESI
393 128457 VIJAYARANI S
394 102927 J MOHAMMED NAVFAL
395 279942 NAGENDRA YADAV
396 32040 NEETHU KAMAL
397 35853 JYOTI KUMAR BUBANA
398 207585 VISHNU KUMAR
399 156090 JARONDE VISHAL DASHRATH
400 217776 KIRAN KUMAR
401 4626 T ARIVAZHAGAN
402 126365 MANISH KUMAR JAISWAL
403 871 SUNIL KUMAR YADAV
404 116623 MANVATKAR VIJAY JANRAO
405 26356 PEEYOUSH BHATI
406 84530 MANISH KUMAR GUPTA
407 45004 SAYEED RASHID
408 132759 TEG SINGH
409 206599 GAJENDRA SINGH
410 6768 LEYAQAT ALI AAFAQUI
411 2490 UDAYABHASKAR BILLA
412 40754 ANNEPU VIJAYA LAXMI
413 3642 RUPESH KUMAR
414 6012 PANKAJ KUMAR
415 310087 SHINDE UDAY MADHAVRAO
416 159696 SANDEEP KUMAR
417 19512 MATHIVANAN S A
418 200959 RAJEEV RANJAN
419 30889 NEELIMA
420 118916 BEER SINGH
421 5995 SUSHIL KUMAR PATEL
422 175061 YOGESH KUMAR
423 231748 RAJANISH KUMAR SINGH
424 149625 KAMBLE AMIT TUKARAM
425 31360 HITESH GODARA
426 134994 THIRUGNANA SAMBANDAN S
427 3059 SHREENATHA N
428 133254 SHYAM KUMAR
429 154043 RAKESH KUMAR SUMAN
430 141968 SUJIT MALLICK
431 94191 CHANCHAL MEENA
432 36516 UMA
433 18297 RAM NARAIAN BADGUJAR
434 66772 KRANTI
435 72678 E RAVENDIRAN
436 49270 RINTEI RENTHLEI
437 136931 MUKESH
438 133751 AMIT SOM
439 190094 MOHD SULEMAN CHOUDHARY
440 4377 ANIL BHANDARI
441 5955 NINGSHEN WORNGAM
442 128152 JITENDRA SINGH MEENA
443 38034 RAJPAL MEENA
444 172981 PREM PRAKASH MEENA
445 41566 VIMAL KUMAR MEENA
446 5795 M C OMI NINGSHEN
447 12338 SATYAPAL SINGH MEENA
448 39879 AYAZ AHMED KOHLI
449 130661 ROSHANTA KUMARI MEENA
450 147482 DINESH KR MEENA
451 6309 SIDDHARTH BHIM SINGH MEENA
452 1453 TEMSUNARO JAMIR
453 6248 KUMAR AVIKAL MANU
454 3631 SHASHI KUMAR MEENA
455 131628 LAETITIA JEAN SYIEMIONG
456 90317 NEENA JEPH
457 127142 TSEWANG THARCHIN
458 92010 SHIVSHANKAR MURMU
459 37230 SUMIT KAUR
460 41419 RAHUL NEGI
461 823 GAITHAOLU THAIMEI
462 161429 BHEDA PRIYESH KISHORE
463 307036 SAGALE SANDIP JANARDANPANT
464 160513 ABHISHEK SINGH
465 216297 ROHIT KUMAR NIRANJAN
466 63171 RATINDER KAUR
467 197918 JITENDER SINGH
468 186314 KM MAUSMI OMAR
469 66815 RITESH KUMAR SINGH
470 131749 AJAY KUMAR DIXIT
471 221587 NIRANJAN KUMAR
472 12124 POOJA SWAROOP
473 17345 SURESH CHAND MUKERIA
474 70774 ANUBHAV SINGH

 

(NEWS) UPSC TOPPER 2007 - Mutyalaraju Revu

(NEWS) UPSC TOPPER 2007 - Mutyalaraju Revu

New Delhi, May 14 (IANS) Mutyalaraju Revu, an Other Backward Class (OBC) candidate fr

(NEWS) Physically challenged get 7 attempts to clear UPSC

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Physically challenged get 7 attempts to clear UPSC

Government has extended a helping hand to the physically challenged wishing to enter civil services. They are now being allowed to take seven shots at cracking the UPSC exams instead of four allowed now.

The 10-year age relaxation will continue. The physically challenged from among OBCs are already entitled to seven attempts while there is no such bar on SC/ST candidates.

"The decision has been taken to improve access and increase representation of physically challenged persons in the civil services under the Central government," said a ministry of personnel official on the decision which levels the field by minimising the differentiation among the most vulnerable categories.

(SYLLABUS) ZOOLOGY - PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS

(SYLLABUS) ZOOLOGY - PRELIMINARY SYLLABUS

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATIONS (UPSC)

 

(SYLLABUS) ZOOLOGY - MAINS SYLLABUS

(SYLLABUS) ZOOLOGY - MAINS SYLLABUS

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATIONS (UPSC)

(TIPS & TRICKS) How to prepare for the Public Administration Optional : Sriram's IAS

(TIPS & TRICKS) How to prepare for the Public Administration Optional : Sriram's IAS

Civil Services Mains Examination is designed to test conceptual clarity, analytical skills, balanced assessment and empirical foundation of a student. In addition, a sense of discrimination and exercise of critical judgement play a significant role in any strategy for the preparation. While most candidates have the potential in them, the mains examination provides an opportunity to hone their skills with a view to translate them into reality. What applies to the mains examination in general, applies to the public administration as a discipline.

For the aspirant who has taken a decision to join the civil services, public administration provides an excellent launching pad for being a model administrator. Given that the available time is limited and requirements are several and demanding, a well-thought out strategy makes the difference between success and failure.

Ingredients of a 'smart strategy' are:

(VIDEO) The Indus River Valley Civilization

The Indus river valley civilization...


movie on The Indus river valley civilization...

Courtesy: YOUTUBE & lawyer91

(VIDEO) INDIA HISTORY : PART I

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INDIA HISTORY : PART I


movie on India's History for an annual Diwali function at the university of Tennessee,knoxville.
We present here 5000 years of India's history in 15 minutes.
We have tried to mention almost all important events. Its been a great learning experience.
Hope y'all enjoy it !!!!!!!
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(INTERVIEW) My Interview : Jyoti

My Interview : Jyoti

I had my interview on 13th of april.I got up early in the morning at 5 o clock.My god i was feeling sick.I had a bad stomach and i tho

(INTERVIEW) A DAY with UPSC....By: Gugan

(INTERVIEW) A day with UPSC....By: Gugan
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In my post last I had discussed about the 13th of April, the day that was fixed for my interview. First, I was thinking if I should sit here in front of the computer and type the entire details about it. Then for the sake of record I decided to do that. Here’s the transcript. (please leave your comments)

I was put under Dr. Bhure Lal’s panel. And I was the third person to go in the group of 5 candidates. I was waiting for my turn outside when the second candidate was being interviewed. He was out and said the panel members were very cordial. He wished me best of luck and left. I asked the attendant for some water before I was to go in. As luck would have it, there was no water there and he had to go to fill the bottle. Meanwhile the door was opened for me by another attendant there. I did not wait for the water and delay the process that was to begin. So I entered the room with mouth almost run dry.
There was a lady member among the 5 panel members,including the chairman.
First I wished the lady member and then others.
I was asked to take the seat by the chairman.

Chairman (CM): hello! Guganesan. How are you??
Me: I am very fine, sir.
CM: (he looks at the form again) G ganesan (and just moved his body forward)
(I sensed here that he was in a good mood)
Me: ( I just smile at him) yes sir, Guganesan.
CM: So, you are a chartered Accountant.
Me: yes sir!!
CM :why do you want to come to civil service after CA?
Me: sir, I had decided to join civil service even before doing CA. In fact after clearing my CA I came for civil services preparation immediately.
CM: What is money laundering?
I explain that to him
CM: What is the link between terrorism and money laundering?
I tell him about how terrorism is funded ,about drug deal and all that.
CM : what are the three stages involved in money laundering???
I started explaining. There he stopped me and asked “ do u know the stages or not”
Me: No sir. This is all I know
Then he explained me the stages with its specific names (this was moreover close to what I said, except for the jargons he used)
CM: What are the duties of CA under prevention of money laundering Act?
Me: sir, I’m not aware of any provisions under the Act.
CM: oh, I though they’ll teach u all that in CA.
CM: how much is our Forex reserve?
Me: sir, its 199 billion dollars.
CM: ok, that’s fairly 200 billion dollars. Do you think we are secured?
Me: yes sir. It is said we have so much of reserve that it can fund 13 months of our imports.
CM : I don’t feel secured.
Me: (after giving serious thought) May I ask you why,sir.
(Both the chairman and the lady member bursted in to laughter )
CM: Yes. You have every right to ask me.
( He explained me the reason to which I almost agreed)
CM: How do you manipulate stock market?
I explained him about insider trading, one of the manipulative practices.
CM: why there’s so much of volatility in the stock market now?
I gave two reasons and explained them.1. hike in interest rate. 2. Appreciation of Japanese yen.
Then the chairman showed sign for the lady member to ask questions.

Member 2 (M2): Guganesan, explain over invoicing and under invoicing in foreign trade.
I explained her about that transfer pricing practices which related companies follow.
M2: ok. That relates to transfer pricing . Tell me in general. Suppose I’m an exporter in Tiruppur and you’re my client. I’m billing you at a price less that what it actually is.
I explained how it affects India and said the balance proceeds can be siphoned off to someother countries ( I guess she was looking for that word ‘siphon off’. After I said that she seemed more convinced)
M2: do you think India should accept foreign aid? I want your opinion on that.
Me: Yes Ma’am. I feel India should accept foreign aid. Although India is a developing country and sitting on huge forex reserve it needs so much of fund to finance our infrastructure needs.
M2: Ok. What is the legislation that regulates foreign aid.
Me: (think for a while) Ma’am ,its foreign contribution regulations Act.
M2: that’s. right. But do you think we need such kind of legislation. You know, NGO’s accept lots of foreign aid . do you think it needs to be regulated?
Me:Ma’am I’m not aware of the detailed provisions under the Act. But I know that NGO’s are under an obligation to file some kind of return with RBI after the receipt of the aid. I feel we should have these kind of regulations. B’coz some accountability is ensured on that part of NGO’s . It ensures that money is spent for the said purpose.
M2: But that’s between NGO and the foreign agency why should govt get involved.
Me: yes ma’am. Its true that its only between NGO and foreign agency .but NGO’s involve in social sector projects. So I think that it concern the government. So there is need for regulation.
M2: Ok.what are the preferences u’ve given?
Me: Ma’am I’ve given IAS as my first preference and IFS -2nd, 3rd-IPS and 4Th IRS.
M2: (she just smiled and nodded her head )ok, thank you. (she showed her hand to the third member) I just thanked her and looked in to the eyes of the third member.

M3: who are mafia?
I just gave an vague explanation.
M3: can we call phoolan Devi mafia?
Me: No sir. Mafia operate as network. They are widespread. Whereas Phoolan Devi just had a set of people.
M3: tell me who are the constituents of this Mafia.
Me; (I think for a while. Couldn’t really make out where the discussion is heading) sir, mafia would have set of musclemen.
M3: ok. They’re field staff. But what it takes to organize a crime?
Me: they need a proper plan before anytning is to be committed. And they collude with people on the other side.
M3: who are this people on the other side?
Me: sir, it’s the officials of the government.
M3: do you know chartered accountants play a major part in legalizing their money?
(here I realized why he started this discussion. So much of grudges against CAs, I thought)
Me: sir, there would be very few chartered accountants who are involved in such activities.
M3:Very few? (he looks at the papers in front of him) u’ve given reading as your hobby. What kind of books you read?
I answer that .(both fiction and non fiction)
M3: Have you read this book called “ Sacred game” by Vikram Chandra.?
Me: No sir, I haven’t read that.
M3: Read that book. It talks about how chartered accountants involve in legalizing the mafia’s money. They’re even called counselors.
Me: ok sir I’ll read that.
M3: what is the legislation that exclusively covers organized crime?
Me: no sir, I’m not aware of any specific legislation.
M3: ok. Blogging is your other hobby. On what kind of issues you write.
Me: sir, I have not restricted myself to any field. I write on anything that is interesting . It could be something interesting that happened in my life.
M4:like?
Me: once I wrote about the rag picker boy in my street. (I explained what I wrote in that post. The lady member seemed to be interested too although I dint make any eye contact with her)
M3: So you are interested in human behaviour?
Me: yes sir, u can say that.
M3:ok, now looking at the psyche of Indian people. Why there’s so much of adulteration in our country. Its not found much in other countries. Why only this subcontinent?u know, law allows some qty of stone in rice. There’s adulteration in drugs. Why is it so.
Me: sir, its because of the erosion of values among people in our country. India is a country where so many movies made every year. I think people pick such things from these movies.
M3: but adulteration has been there even before the movies came.
Me: yes sir. That’s true. But after movies these things increased in numbers.
M3: but where do we learn all this. Does historical books and religious books teach us?
Me: no sir. Our religious books and historical book don’t teach us these practices. I think its people’s desire to make easy money. They come out with new ideas and get involved in such things. I think its all about money, sir,
M3: suppose there’s a shop keeper who mixes stones in rice. One day his son falls sick. He buys medicine which is adulterated and his son dies. Do you think he’ll change.
Me: sir, it depends on the person. If he’s really learnt a lesson from this incidence I think he’d change.
M3: I don’t think he’ll change.
(he thanked me and put me onto the 4th member)

M4: so you are from kancheepuram. What’s the name of the famous temple in your town.
Me: sir, its kamakshi amman temple.
M4: what is the name of the legendary who laid the statue there?
Me: I’m sorry sir. I’m not sure of the name.
M4: its adi shankara. How far is that temple from your house.
Me: sir, its 2-3 kms from my house.
M4: oh, so close and still u haven’t bothered to find out that. What is the relationship between culture and reading?
Me: sir , If one person had been unaware of his culture, he can know them by reading any books. That way one can come to know about one’s culture and get them imbibed in his life.
M4: what is culture?
Me: sir, culture is one’s way of life. One’s way of dressing, food habits. It covers these many things.
M4: why do we have so many myths in our life?
I explain him something.
M4:no,,no. u have not really understood what is myth. U know we celebrate diwali.someone killed someone.
Me: (having got the flash in mind)yes sir. We have these kind of festival in life. Although they are based on myths they bring our families together. We celebrate and stay happy. It even disciplines our lives.
M4: “churning milk out of sea” what do you interpret on this.
Me: (almost puzzled) its like getting the best out of something which is in abundance.
M4: how education has churned u?
ME: (having no clue how to address) sir, eduction has helped to meet people from different background. I have learnt to interact with them. And also I;ve been able to understand the values in their life and tried to take it if they are good.
M4: why filmstars are raised to the level of god in tamilnadu?
(M3 interrupts and says even temples have been built)
I explain something .
M4: that’s there’s everywhere. There’s one particular reason. What is it?
Me:no sir. I can’t think of any particular reason.
M4: ok, think on ur way back u;ll get it.
(he thanked me and passed onto the 5th person)

M5:I’ll just ask you few questions. (I was happy to hear tht)
How do you classify land?
Me: sir, agricultural land and non-agricultural land.
M5:ok. That’s one way of saying. U know , u can classify it as mainland and hinterland. (I uttered the word ‘hinterland “along with him, as he was very slowly talking)
And we have islands. Tell me the name of an island in Arabian sea.
Me: sir. Its lakshadweep.
M5: what is the total surface area?
Me:no sir, I’m not aware of that.
M5:ok, I thought since u were staying close to that place u might know that. Ok. Why British came to India, first?
Me: Sir, they came for trade.
M5: but there’s one incidence that prompted them to rule India. What is it?
(Here this member was very vague in framing this question. Then the M3 explained it in a better way for me.)
Me(after serioulsly thinking) no sir, I have never come across any such incidence.
M5: now I’ll give u a topic. I want you to deliberate on this and speak for and against. “All people who come for civil service preparation should not do that”
(I know it sounds confusing)
I spoke about why people want to come to civil service. Reasons like public service, improving the functions of govt. For against the topic I said there;’s so much o f corruption and abuse of power.Said “ civil service is even considered first resort of scoundrel “
(only after coming home I realized that what I spoke under :For” was actually “against” and vice versa. )
M5: do you really think people come for service?
Me: yes sir. There are many people who come for preparation with the public services in mind. In fact, I’m one such person myself.
(then M5 looked at the chairman. )
CM: guganesan, you interview is over . you can leave.

I thanked everyone and left the room. Wow. What a relief when I came out. Now I have to wait for the results. That could be anytime during the second week of May.

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