June 18th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation
The UPSC CSE is conducted in three stages i.e, the preliminary examination, the mains examination and the personality test examination. The Preliminary exam serves as a screening test to filter out few thousand aspirants from lakhs of candidates for the mains examination. The prelims exam consists of two papers. The pattern of the same is as follows: 1. PAPER 1- General Studies containing 100 questions on General Awareness carrying a total of 20

  June 8th, 2019       UPSC
UPSC Civil Services Examination is conducted in three stages- Preliminary Examination, Mains Examination, Personality test. Around 5 lakh aspirants appear for the Preliminary Examination which is a MCQ based test and contains two papers- Paper 1: General Studies having 100 questions totaling 200 marks. The merit list/ cut off list for the mains examination is prepared on the basis of the marks in this paper, Paper 2: CSAT having 80 questions totaling

  May 28th, 2019       UPSC
In the last 5 years, the weightage and hence, the importance of current affairs in the UPSC CSE has increased substantially. That Current Affairs is important in all the three stages of the examination speaks volumes of the key role it plays in helping an aspirant to get selected and also be a better individual. The enhanced importance to current affairs has further strengthened the dynamicity and unpredictability of the questions in the examination w

  May 18th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
A fortnight ago, UPSC declared the civil services final result with a few hundreds achieving their dream of seeing their name in the final list and the remaining thousand were shocked, surprised, saddened by the result depending on the expectations they had. One might have expected a top 100 rank and still found no name in the list and the other might have ended up with a top 100 rank when least expected. In this exam, from the preliminary to the fina

  May 8th, 2019       IAS Interview
First of all, THANK YOU VERY MUCH APTI PLUS for being the part of my journey towards CIVIL SERVICES. I was part of your Mock Interview program. It was a really good experience with you. I will brief and cover some important points: Candidate’s profile PANKAJ KUMAWAT (AIR 443) B.TECH in Mechanical Engg. From IIT Delhi 2010-14 Worked for 2 years in an Analytics firm, Integreon India Pvt. Lmt. Noida CSE 2017: 1st Attempt, Interview Ma

  April 25th, 2019       IAS Interview
Name: Kiranmayi Koppisetti AIR - 573 Board: Smitha Nagraj Mam 14-03-2019 afternoon 2nd to go Background MBBS MS Chairperson 1. Do you think there is a nexus between doctors and pharmaceutical companies for prescribing branded drugs? 2. Is there a need for capping fees in pvt hospitals? 3. If you cap the fees and packages, 4. Who will show interest in establishing hospitals? M1 1. So you are from Hyderabad. 2. Tell me two good things about hyderabad. 3

  April 25th, 2019       IAS Interview
Name: Hitesh Kumar Meena (Rajasthan) AIR - 413 IFOS INTERVIEW Board - P K Joshi Btech - IIT BHU Varanasi. (Civil engg). Mtech - IIT Delhi (transportation engg). Optional - Civil engineering and forestry. Date – 31st Jan (1st one to go). Duration - 30-35 minutes. Chairman After reading all my qualifications.... 1. Which civil engg architecture you have visited in Delhi ? 2. What is the difference between new buildings and old architecture in Delhi ?

  April 19th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation
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  April 8th, 2019       IAS Interview
Name of the Candidate – Abirami S.P Optional : Geography Board: Sujata Mehta Why u choose  agriculture in graduationIntroduce urself .only after graduation  what you have done .Reason for farm distress  and solutionsShall we regulate money lenders?Does agriculture  issues all over India is common  .give some examplesHow ill u contribute  to serviceWhat is mulchingIsrael India water irrigation  techniquesG

  April 8th, 2019       IAS Interview
Name of the Candidate – V Sai Vamsi Vardhan Chairman 1. Corruption in tax system 2. Steps to control 3. How to control collusive corruption 4. Conflict of interest ? 5. Round tripping 6. DTAA and its role in round tripping M1 1. Tribal panchshell 2. How is it implemented M2 1. Issue around 35A in kashmir 2. GST and scope for corruption 3. What is social enterprise M3 1. Cyber security related architecture and institutions M4 1. Why Germany is good a

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