6 Interesting Facts about UPSC Civils Service Exam : UPSC which stands for Union Public Service Commission which conducts all India Civil Services Exam. It was one of the toughest exam, Most of the candidates shows interest in appearing for this exam. Some of the interesting facts about UPSC Exam are provided below
6 Interesting Facts about UPSC Civils Service Exam
Civil Service Exam is the toughest Exam : Certainly not true, Every exam can be cracked with proper plan strategy and approach. The process may be time taking but it doesn’t mean that it was the toughest. It depends upon the candidates planning and implementation. It may take 2–3 years for one candidate and another can complete within one and half year
Should need to study for 15-20 hours : Certainly it is not true because the IAS Toppers and teachers related to IAS Classes itself suggests 8 hours in a day is sufficient in order to crack civil service examination if he study in a much-focused manner and with the selected quality study material
IAS Aspirant should be aware of each and every topic : Need not to be an expert but should be a genuine learner by going through newspaper, standard books etc.
Should be a Ranker throughout academics : Its a general myth, IAS aspirants need not be a topper in his academics, even an average candidate with minimum marks in his degree can become a Topper in IAS exam. So many aspirants think that Luck is needed for this exam : Of course but Luck only not enough to clear the exam…90% your passion and hard work towards the exam and 5% luck to clear the exam,
English Medium Candidates only can become IAS : For IAS preparation no need to be a English medium student even Hindi medium students also cracking the IAS exam with proper planning in learning and The important thing required for them was they should more concentrate on English study material
IAS is the best job in India : It’s a false statement,Many private sector jobs offers more salary that the salary offered for an IAS and also the postings of IAS aspirants will be in rural areas. The most important thing is IAS is the first person who got transfer in case of any mishappening and political leadership change which impacts on his future in terms of residence and school education related to his children