SR College conducts workshop for IAS/KAS aspirants

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JAMMU: SR College on Sunday organised workshop for aspirants who are preparing for the forthcoming 2021 Civil Services examinations to be conducted by the UPSC and JK PSC.
The expert faculty from Delhi dealt with the issues like nature of the exam, structure, stages and the strategy to prepare for the Preliminary test, Mains exam and finally for the Personality test.
Gautam Kumar, an expert faculty in ethics, aptitude and integrity, international relations, internal security, governance and social justice elaborated a comprehensive strategy to prepare for all the four papers of General Studies in mains and also delved on preparing for the exams in a time bound manner.
He also guided the students about Civil Services Aptitude Test, Essay paper and the Public administration Optional.
Gautam laid stress on components of general studies to be taken up first, focus areas common to Prelims and Mains, time management, answer writing and the importance of test series.
He also cautioned the students about the effect of negative marking in the prelims and provided a well calculated approach on number of questions to be attempted .
The college has been providing guidance to the students since 2000 in the field of civil services and a number of students coached by the college have made their entry into the final lists of prestigious IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS, KAS, KPS and many other services.
The college has also started a test series for Prelims 2021 containing 12 sectional and 8 full mock tests each of GS & CSAT and a comprehensive test series for Mains which includes 16 tests for General Studies and 6 tests for each Optional.
“During lockdown period also ,the college conducted online Workshops for the benefit of students preparing for these prestigious exams. And now the College has been conducting offline workshops every Sunday by inviting experts from across the country for general studies and various Optionals and this workshop was tenth in the series. In a three to four hour long marathon session, the aspirants raised various queries especially the sources of material required and making of notes to crack the coveted exam,” informed Shikha Sharma, Office Coordinator.

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