Updated 13 Jun 2022, 4:18 am
As many young aspirants look for ways to crack civil service examinations successfully, the Manipur State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) on Sunday stressed upon maintaining consistency in the preparation of civil service examinations.
While stressing the importance of maintaining consistency in the preparation of civil service examinations, Sheikh Abdul Hakim, deputy secretary, SCERT, said, "dilemma is the main obstacle behind the failure in cracking civil service examinations".
He said "this dilemma is referred to as appearing for other examinations like NEET, SSC and pursuing a PhD, self-employed as tutors while preparing for the civil service examination".
The SCERT official was speaking during the signing of MoU between the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Manipur unit, president and JeCi IAS Training Institute at Princeton International Hr Sec, Kshetrigao in Imphal East.
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1. Consistency: Sharing his experience on how to successfully crack civil service examinations, Abdul said that "students need to maintain consistency in their studies for at least eight months without any divergence".
2. Limit Study: Abdul Hakim said the second key is to limit the sources for study. The sources for study are unlimited in this modern world. So, it is impossible to study from every source and understand it. The coaching centres play an important role by acting as guidance by limiting the sources for studies, he added.
3. Reading national papers: The deputy secretary also suggested reading national papers in the preparation of the examination besides going through the current affairs of government’s policies, programmes, political structure and history.
4. Confidence: Abdul said that pursuing IAS coaching in Delhi has become a hype among the people of Manipur, but there is no surety that all those students will crack the examination. What really matters is confidence, the quality of consistency, and confining to limited sources but the right one, he said.
As a part of the MoU, he announced that 80 per cent of the IAS coaching fees for students from Manipur and 85 per cent fees for the students from Wangkhei AC will be borne by the state BJYM, for 200 students.
He lauded the president of BJYM, Manipur M Barish and director JeCi IAS Amarjit Angom for taking up such initiative for civil service aspirants from the financially weaker sections.
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First published:13 Jun 2022, 4:18 am
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