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Saturday, 19 November 2016

How to begin the preparation for UPSC Exam 

As most of you would have been accustomed with the fact that most candidates would be working while preparing for the IAS Exam, you would have to allot at least 60 to 90 minutes a day for clearing the exam. As far as weekends and holidays are concerned, you could extend the preparation hours to 5 or 6. In the due course of learning, the study hours could be split into two or three sessions per day.

Let us look at how we shall begin the preparation in the smoothest manner possible from the points mentioned below.

Read Newspapers

While preparing for the GS1 paper for instance, you could rely on NCERT Textbooks and this would imply on not restricting yourself to 11th and 12th standard books. If you encounter a difficult challenge to tackle, you could resort to web based reliable sources for clarifying your doubts. Try reading newspapers of high national standards like the Hindu in particular and improve your inquisitiveness by wanting to know what the writer of the article wants to convey and thereby building different competencies.

Use information from Government Ministry Sites

How many of us are aware of the fact that the websites of most Central Government Ministries have ample information on subjects related to tourism, agriculture, fisheries and so on which would be more than sufficient to help you to clear competitive exams at the state and national levels. The added advantage of this is the fact that, the information provided on these sites would be authentic to the core.

Be Motivated

From the moment you begin your preparation, the pillar of your success would be determined by the level of motivation you would have right through your preparation till you reach the finish line. This could be done by recognising your core strengths, weaknesses, interests. Thus that would help you to iron out your flaws and reach the stage of perfection.

Manage your time well

The next task that would be in front of you would be to manage the time in an efficient manner. Most of us has the same time amount at our disposal which should be used efficiently by breaking the schedule of time into weekly, monthly and annual plans ready right in front of you. This would help you to save time in the easiest manner possible.

Master the Subjects

The exam would be the test of how much mastery you have over the subjects as you would have to breeze past the challenges coming from the exam and interview fronts. You have to also ensure that your skill levels for English language should be at par with that of the expectation of your evaluators.

Thus the points provided above would have provided you a clear idea on how to start your preparation effectively.It has been heard that, Byju’s the learning app have been providing UPSC coaching with the aid of latest technology available on the planet with video lectures and mock tests that has created quitea large sensation among students pursuing civil services. Hence it is advisable that you visit their website and grab the details for yourself.

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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

IAS 2015 results: Delhi’s Tina Dabi topper, J-K’s Athar Aamir second
The 2015 civil services examination results were announced on Tuesday with Delhi-based woman Tina Dabi topping the tough test. The results were declared on the official website of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) . A total of 1,078 candidates cleared the UPSC exam -- 499 from the general category, 314 from the other backward classes, 176 from the scheduled castes and 89 from the scheduled tribes. Dabi topped the test, followed by Jammu and Kashmir’s Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan and Delhi’s Jasmeet Singh Sandhu. The commission said it was maintaining a reserve list of 172 candidates. The results are based on scores in a written examination held in December 2015 and interviews conducted in March-May 2016.












CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION, 2015- official Notification
Based on the results of the written part of Civil Services Examination, 2015 held
by the Union Public Service Commission in December, 2015 and the interviews
for Personality Test held in March-May, 2016, following is the list, in order of
merit, of candidates who have been recommended for appointment to:
(i) Indian Administrative Service;
(ii) Indian Foreign Service;
(iii) Indian Police Service; and
(iv) Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’


Candidates can check their results, which is given in the order of merit, on the official website .- http://www.upsc.gov.in/















Saturday, 20 February 2016

 NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION INTERVIEW TIPS  

CIVIL SERVICES EXAM

Interview deserves more prominence as it evaluates traditional as well as dynamic areas as indicator of candidates knowledge , general awareness and being abreast of the latest.


Perceived to be the toughest and demanding , Civil Services Examination involves grueling Exam –plan that requires serious planning and long term approach to prepare effectively.


Lakhs of aspiring youth with competitive spirit flowing in veins are eyeing Civil Services Examination 2014 and eager to show courage to appear in such examination without commitment.


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In this article, you will find some tips on how to give the right non verbal communication
NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION

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         Remember
Non verbal communication-communication that takes place without spoken words
Sit upright-sit upright but not too stiffly in your chair.
Hands above the neck-Having your hands above the neck,
fiddling with your face or your hair ,is unprofessional and conveys nervousness and anxiety.
Message your legs are giving-A lot of leg movement is both distracting and indicates nervousness.
Maintain direct eye contact-you need to instigate direct eye contact and maintain it.
Voice delivery-Speaking in a clear and controlled voice conveys confidence.
Facial Expressions-first eliminate any negative overall characters that might exist, then add a simple feature( smile :) )
Gestures-don’t artificial gestures
Which form of communication do you think is more powerful: Verbal or non -verbal ?

Of course the ‘What’ you say is very important in an interview,but many people are not aware just how important the ‘way’ you say something is.

Non-Verbal communication may be described in many ways,such as your behavior,your manners,your attitude,your etiquette, etc.However you say it,using the right non-verbal communication is key to having a successful job interview.

Of course, interview claim to be unbiased and many professionals try to be objective in these meetings.

 However "humans are humans and the process of judging another human will always involve a certain degree of subjectivity" .

The defense against this subjective analysis is then a proactive offense .Prepare yourself and give them the ‘feeling’ you want to give them.

Non verbal communication can be defined as the communication that takes place without spoken words. By simply observing a person’s non verbal communication it is easy for you to know all what you want to know about person’s , character, attitude, behavior etc.

As you can see your non verbal signals, both your body language (55% of the message) and the way you speak such as voice tone (38 %) are as important as the actual words you use in your job interview answers!

Posture and message it sends to interviewer
When the interviewer offers you a seat at the start of the job interview:

Sit upright-sit upright but not too stiffly in your chair.
How to sit during interview
Message-This indicates that you are comfortable and feeling confident. 

Hunching down in your chair
Message-It gives the impression of nervousness and low self-esteem.

Sloppy posture
Message-A sloppy posture indicates a careless attitude and lack of energy.

Sitting on the edge of your chair
Message-It indicates your nervousness and tense.

Relax and lean slightly forward
Relax and lean slightly forward,about 10 degree,toward your interviewer .
Message-This gives  the message that you are both interested and involved .

Leaning back 
Message-Leaning back makes you appear too relaxed and casual.

Leaning to the side 
Message-Leaning to the side can be perceived as not feeling comfortable with the interviewer.
Message your head sends-How you position your head also sends a message.
Message- Tilting your head very slightly to one side comes across as friendly and open .
Message-Keeping it straight comes across as self assured and authoritative.

Messages from Interviewer posture- It is also important to pay attention to the posture of your interviewer. Sometime you can establish rapport by adopting the same posture as the other person. This is called mirroring .If they have adopted a more formal posture do the same until you see that the interviewer has relaxed and become less formal.

Hands

If you are unsure of s,what to do with your hand rest them ,loosely clasped in your lap or on the table. Control your hands by being aware of what you are doing 
what to do with your hands during
interview
with them .

Hands above the neck
Message-Having your hands above the neck,fiddling with your face or your hair ,is unprofessional and conveys nervousness and anxiety.

Keep your hands away from your face.
Message-Interview body language experts will tell you that touching the nose  or lips indicate that the candidate is lying.

Hand behind your head
Message-Holding a hand behind your head is often a sign that you are annoyed or uncertain.

Folding arms
Message-Folding your arms across your chest suggest a closed and defensive attitude. 

Waving hands and arms
Message-Waving your hands and arms around can be perceived as uncertainty and lack of professionalism .


"Common wisdom is that less you move your arms and hands about the more confident and in control you are".

Practice a comfortable way to loosely place your arms and hands while you are sitting,both at the table and in chair on its own.


LEGS


legs  position during interview
MESSAGE YOUR LEGS ARE GIVING 
Be aware of the interview body language message your legs are giving
Message- A lot of leg movement is both distracting and indicates nervousness.

Resting one leg or ankle on top of your other knee
Message-Resting one leg or ankle on top of your other knee makes you look too casual and comes across as arrogant.

Crossing legs
Message-Crossing your legs high up conveys a defensive attitude in the one-on-one context of a job interview.

Feet flat on the floor 
Message-Crossing them at the ankles or placing both feet flat on the floor conveys a confident and professional look during the job interview.

Eye contact

Maintain direct eye contact 
  • If the interviewer is talking and you want to show that you are actively listening, you need to instigate direct eye contact and maintain it.
  • Avoid appearing as if you are staring aggressively by blinking at regular intervals and moving your head now and then,such as giving a small nod.
  • Interview body language experts suggest that when you are doing the talking you need to hold eye contact for periods of about 10 seconds before looking away briefly and then re-establishing eye contact. Overusing direct eye contact when you are using can come across as lecturing or challenging the interviewer. 

Typically the listener maintains direct eye contact to show that you are actively involved.
  • With panel interviews it is best to look at and direct your answer to the person asking the question,with a glance periodically at other interviewers .
  • Eye contact is essential interview body language to establish rapport with your interviewer .

Not making eye contact makes the interviewer feel disconnected from you .

Eye contact should be a positive  aspect of interview body language, if it is not used properly however it can quickly become negative.

Voice delivery

  • Speaking in a clear and controlled voice conveys confidence.
  • Avoid speaking in a monotone by varying your tone pitch ,however don’t  overdo it and come across as overly excited or emotional.
  • Breathe and pause before answering a question, this gives you time to react in a considered way and it ensures that the interviewer has finished the question.
  • You should interact with the interviewer as an equal,not a subordinate. Ensure that your voice tone is not apologetic or defensive.
Generally it is advisable not to show too much or too strong emotion during your job interview.

  • Smile and nod at appropriate times but don’t overdo it .
  • Avoid erupting into laughter on your own, laughing along with the interviewer is far more acceptable.
Facial Expressions

Take a good, long , hard look at yourself in the mirror. Look at yourself as others would .Then modify your facial expression –first eliminate any negative overall characters that might exist, then add a simple feature that nearly every interviewee forgets-a smile! not some stupid but  a true and genuine smile that tells you are happy person and delighted to be interviewing with interviewers.

Gestures


Contrary to popular belief, gesture should be very limited during the interview.
 So please don’t artificial gestures to supposedly heighten the importance of the issue at hand. It will merely come off as theatrical.When you do use gestures, make sure they are sincere and meaningful.
Interview tips

Have faith in your abilities, move forward with positive bent of mind and God willing ,you will be able to deliver a wonderful performance that facilitate you accomplish your goal in style.


Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Like other competitive exams, this too requires careful preparation.
In the IAS main exam, for Paper I and Paper II of the Optional subject,





there is a choice, so that you don’t have to attempt all questions. Therefore it is important to read the question papers carefully right at the beginning. Each question should be read at least twice before deciding which questions are to be attempted. The question paper in the Main exam is not very long and all this can be done in the first five to seven minutes; the instructions at the top of the question paper are also equally important. Now, in the first five minutes, or, at the most seven minutes, you know which questions you should attempt within the choice given in the question paper, and then you should start writing the answers accordingly. But in all four papers of the General Studies in the Main exam, one has to attempt all questions and there is no choice. If at all any choice is given, it will be clear from the instructions printed right at the beginning of the question paper.


In the Essay exam one has to write only one essay out of the four topics given or two essays out of the eight topics, and there are three hours. Therefore it is important to choose the topic for the essay carefully and you may keep in mind the main areas and the points to be discussed and their sequence. For the essay, one must do some rough work to build up its skeleton before actually writing it.

The answer sheet has also been modified with effect from 2013. The questions are printed on the answer sheet, starting with Q1 followed by the space in which the answer has to be written, and further Q2, followed by the space for the answer and so on. It means that not only the number of words is prescribed but even the space for answering is limited.

General studies
In all four papers of the General Studies, all questions are compulsory, and you must immediately start answering the questions. You need not read all the questions right at the beginning, just go on attempting starting from the first one. Since in all GS Papers you are supposed to write almost 4,000 words you must start answering very quickly without wasting any time. If in between any question is not attempted the given space for that has to be crossed and it should not be left blank. But this should be done only in the end, because you may later realise that you know the answer of a question well which you might not have understood initially. At the end of the answer sheet in all papers of the Main exam, there are two or three pages for doing the rough work. These rough sheets can also be effectively used in the exam for Optional subjects where it involves making calculations, etc.

The answer sheet already has the question and its number printed, so you should be rather careful to write the appropriate answer in the space provided. If there are some important words or the sentences in the narrative part, these must be underlined or highlighted. If you have drawn a well-labelled diagram (when required), written the headings and sub-headings and underlined them, you have shown the examiner that you know everything and you have made it easy for him to spot the correctness of your answer at a glance.

Diagrams
As mentioned before, the diagrams, graphs, formulae and equations are important in the Main exam if your optional subject is Botany, Zoology, Physics, Chemistry or an Engineering subject. A well-labelled diagram is sometimes a complete answer to the question and in such a case the answer should start with the drawing of the diagram and labelling it, and the narrative part of the answer should follow.

Suppose you have 15 minutes to answer a question, the answer of which also contains one or two important diagrams, you may spend even 10 minutes to draw the diagram and label it right at the beginning and write the narrative part of the answer in the remaining five minutes. The diagrams need not be artistic, these should be rather simplified but technically correct and of course well labelled.

In all four papers of the General Studies and the Essay, you will notice that at the end of the question they have asked you to limit your answer to a certain number of words. It is necessary to stick to this limit. And now even the space for each answer is limited. The idea is that you should be brief and write only important points or the information.

No one is going to do the actual counting of words. Ten per cent more or 10 per cent less number of words will not matter. In an exam, everybody understands that you cannot waste so much time in being accurate with respect to the number of words.


The writer is a Commissioner of Income Tax and Chief Advisor at Face The Challenge Academy.

Thursday, 3 December 2015

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