Friday, 12 August 2016

Last leap.....RAS interview How to excel...

Hello Friends,

Congratulations and all the best for ur interview....

I have faced 3 RPSC interviews nd 3 UPSC interviews.I scored well in RPSC interview...

Do's before and during interview....

1. Prepare ur biodata...prepare 200-300 expected questions based on ur biodata...
2.Do mirror practice regularly for 15 minutes..
3.Learn to say sorry nd thank you properly ,it will help you a lot
4.Start yoga,walking,jogging like exercises...
5.Have faith in urself..
6.Day before interview take sound sleep..
7.On D-day do some yoga,pranayam .It will help u to keep ur mind in peace.
8.Go for interview..I will suggest dont ask candidates abt their interview questions...Ur interview will be totally different...Make some friends there and talk to them..But it should be gossiping..
9.No need to answer each and every question of interview board..Dont make bluffs..If u dont know the answer,simply say sorry to board...But never say sorry for opinion based questions...

Hope it will help you a lot.

Best of luck..

Friday, 27 May 2016

How to write a gud answer



How to write a gud answer in GS

1. Limit ur introduction within 2-3 lines becuz a long introduction can ruin ur other question..

2.If u r having various points regarding topic which is asked ….try to write answer in points…If u r nt having enough points than u can write answer in paragraph….I wrote “Delhi,Kolkata,Mumbai Pollution Question (GS-1)“answer in points…

3.Analytical questions may be write in Paragraphs..I wrote “Gandhiji question (GS-1) in paragraphs...Growth and employment question (GS-3)in paragraphs…

4. Try to finish ur conclusion in 2-3 lines…

5.Try to explain key words which r given in question..

6.Use relevant examples in ur answer to make it dynamic..

All the best...






Friday, 13 May 2016

My marks in CSM 2015





Philosophy is again disaster for me....Cut off is 877 and mine marks are 874...


I m in with 36th rank in reserve list...Indian Postal Service is allocated to me... 

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Again start journey....learning from failures

Hi all,

Civil services final result declared....Not selected again...I m feeling down..I m having a last chance to fight ...so will definitely fight again...Will post my marks as soon as UPSC will disclose marks...

:( :(

Tuesday, 3 May 2016



The Eight Core Industries comprise nearly 38 % of the weight of items included in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP).
1.       Coal  (weight: 4.38 %)
2.       Crude Oil (weight: 5.22 %)
3.       Natural Gas (weight: 1.71 %) 
4.       Petroleum Refinery (weight: 5.94%)
5.       Fertilizer  (weight: 1.25%)
6.       Steel (weight: 6.68%)
7.       Cement (weight: 2.41%)
8.       Electricity (10.32%)
Types of Forest Fires
1. Ground fires—which burn organic matter in the soil beneath surface litter and are sustained by glowing combustion.
2. Surface fires—which spread with a flaming front and burn leaf litter, fallen branches and other fuels located at ground level.
3. Crown fires—which burn through the top layer of foliage on a tree, known as the canopy or crown fires. Crown fires, the most intense type of fire and often the most difficult to contain, need strong
winds, steep slopes and a heavy fuel load to continue burning.

The Forest Survey of India’s State Forest Report, 1995 – a compilation of 25 years of observations and analyses – revealed that more than 95% of wildfires in India were man-made. About 50%-55% of Indian forests are fire prone.


Eco Sensitive Zone
Eco sensitive zones are declared under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. Eco sensitive zones are area in and around National Park and sanctuaries which are considered as eco fragile zones. There are some activities allowed in these areas like cottage industries, erection of telecom and electricity wires, tourism, hot-air balloons, tourism and so on.
 

Monday, 2 May 2016

some more info....



वन वर्ल्ड,नो हंगर
1.जर्मनी की विश्व को खाद्य सुरक्षा उपलब्ध करवाने की पहल
2.एशिया से एकमात्र देश भारत इस पहल का हिस्सा
3.भारत में नाबार्ड के साथ मिलकर जर्मनी कार्य करेगा
4.इस पहल के तहत कार्यक्रम खाद्य एवं पोषण सुरक्षा,नवाचारों को प्रोत्साहन,ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में प्राकृतिक संसाधनों का संरक्षण एवं सतत विकास ,भूमि के जिम्मेदारीपूर्ण उपयोग को प्रोत्साहन ,जमीन का जिम्मेदारीपूर्ण अधिग्रहण
5.महाराष्ट्र तथा मध्यप्रदेश में degraded भूमि पर मृदा संरक्षण
6.आंध्रप्रदेश,तेलंगाना,गुजरात,राजस्थान तथा महाराष्ट्र में जल्संभर (Watershed) विकास में नवाचार के द्वारा मृदा का पुनर्वास एवं जलवायु अनुकूलन से सम्बन्धी कार्य.
मीना भरानी उत्सव
1.केरल में कन्नागी कोव्लन तथा काली दारिका कहानी से सम्बन्धी देवियों के लिए
2.कलाम्पट्टू तथा thottam गीत गाये जाते हैं
3.महिला और पुरुष गीत गाते हुए अपने मस्तक पर चाकू आदि के उपयोग से चोट पहुचाते हैं
पटोला वस्त्र
1.गुजरात के पाटन का
2.मलबरी रेशम से निर्मित
3. दोहरी इक्कत बुनाई
4.भोगोलिक संकेतक प्राप्त
5.बांधनी प्रक्रिया द्वारा रंगाई


Sunday, 1 May 2016

Some more info....



Data Secure Status by EU
India is keen to obtain ‘data secure’ nation status from the EU, a classification that is crucial for the development of its IT and ITES sectors in Europe. EU considers India insecure in keeping data secure. A ‘data secure’ status is needed by EU. This has hampered the progress of negotiations around the liberalization of trade in services in the BTIA.
Sex Offender’s Registery
Government is planning to set up a sex offender’s registry, on the lines of those maintained in western countries including the U.S. and the U.K.
What it will include?
Details of convicted sex offenders like their photograph,addresses, PAN card details, Aadhar card number, fingerprint details and DNA samples.Even the details of juvenile Sex offenders will be included.
Where?
On the website of National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB)
Why is it needed?
Citizens have the right to know whether a potential employee or a neighbour, for example, have a past record of conviction.Will be helpful for law enforcement agencies. Providing personal details on regular basis will ensure effective supervision of sex offenders and reduce future offences.It will bring fear in the minds of repeat sexual offenders.
Problems with such registry
Alienation of convicts from the society after their release.Once on the list, all possibility for a convict to improve and move on in life will be lost.This will tantamount to double punishment.Sex offenders have already served a jail sentence, on their release , shaming by the society will be another punishment.
What are the government plans for this database?
Plans is to publicise offenders photographs, addresses, PAN card details, Aadhaar card number, fingerprints and DNA samples through this database registry.As of now it will include registration of individuals convicted for offences like rape, voyeurism, stalking and aggravated sexual assault and also includes the possibility of registration of offenders below and above 18 years.According to the draft guidelines proposed, extensive information on the offender will be collected like:Inter-alia name and aliases, registration of primary or given name, nicknames, pseudonyms, telephone numbers, addresses including temporary lodging information, travel and immigration documents.Registry will also include information related to their jobs, professional licenses, information of school, college, institute with which they have been associated, vehicle information, date of birth, criminal history, current photograph, fingerprints and palm prints, DNA sample, driver’s licence, identification card, PAN card number, Aadhaar card number and Voter ID number.People can access this database through a Citizen Portal in the upcoming Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) project.