The philosophy of hard work for the success in IAS exams:
It was a winter evening and i was waiting for a train at Warangal railway station. As it was delayed for about an hour, i started walking here and there on the platform. I got some space on a bench where several students were seated around. From their conversation i came to know they all were engineering students of Warangal regional engineering college. They were talking about civil service preparation and what this competition demands. One of them said" I know it is a very hard nut to crack". Other one added" yeah..it requires very hard work, dedication, determination and devotion" The other one intervened " and perseverance also.." .Today after several years and having worked with several successful and unsuccessful IAS aspirants, i think how stereotyped views students have about this examination. Students often use these big philosophical words to portrait how great this examination is. Some would say this is the world toughest examination, as if they have really analysed the difficulty level of such examination. From my own experience i can advise you don't believe in these mechanical articulations of the jargon. Several students pick these jargon from hear and say and keep repeating them to glorify it. In practice, they do very little. It's challenging but not so difficult if you have a good teacher and guide who can help you prepare flawlessly and alarm you in time if any thing goes wrong. I don't mean teacher only from coaching institutes. Most students are not competitor for you as they only think, talk & plan big but act little or don't act at all. I would like to advise you to keep moving on a simple and workable plan. Set and achieve goals at daily and weekly basis. Give regular tests and correct your preparation under the light of the its report. Very soon you will find yourself ahead of many students ...and don't say it requires hard work ; Its only requires that you should love it.
And exactly the same is our philosophy. I love guiding and training students for the civil service examination
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Tips for the preliminary exam .
The game is not over: A lot could be done in one month
Several students have started feeling the nerve as the big day is approaching. For them, now very little time is left and it's almost over. This belief and resulting thinking are affecting their performance.
If you are one of the them then try to recall what happened during the T20 final match between England and west indies teams. West indies was at the door of the failure but in the last over West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite smashed England's Ben Stokes for four successive sixes to snatch a sensational four-wicket win in World Twenty20 final. Had he given his hope, he might not have done that amazing things.
Your feelings depends upon how you interpret the task: a problem or a challenge. Apparently, Brathwaite took it as a challenge and his emotional toughness played the decisive roles. He fought till the end and become hero.
From the above example, I want to remind you that a lot could be done in a month. So don't slow down your preparation. keep accelerating and you will improve even in the last day and win like Brathwaite did in theT20 final.
Mentor, Beautiful Mind IAS Institute
After teaching for several years in the lecture model, i got convinced that this is not a suitable and scientific method of coaching for the IAS exams. I planned to establish a personal guidance center where a student could get the customized guidance and training.