Sharing Anthropology Notes for future vajiram ias notes pdf, Secundarabad, Asst. Right now working as an Assistant Commandant, ITBP.
Brumkhangse in North Sikkim in two different mountaineering expeditions. Tell us something about yourself, your family, when and why did you enter in this field of competitive exams? I have always been an above average last bench student throughout my academics. Because of few personal experiences which I have faced in my college days drove me to pursue some profession which is powerful enough to fight injustice.
My father is a Metropolitan Sessions Judge in Hyderabad, my mother is a Home maker and my younger sister is an Advocate. I’m native of Warangal and we settled in Secunderabad, Telangana. In recent times, there is spur in electronic material- blogs, sites, pdfs, RSS-feeds. Many aspirants feel bogged down by this information overload.
If possible, narrate a typical day in your studylife. One should know what to study and what not to. Collect the online material and save them in different folders accordingly for future reference. I used to read articles from mrunal.
I didn’t waste time making notes from newspapers because they are already prepared by many online sites like insightsonindia, iasbaba and I took printouts of important ones and categorically filed them for further revision. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND LISTENING TO ALL INDIA RADIO NEWS ANALYSIS and make notes of it. One thing for sure is we are preparing our PhD thesis, all we want is 10-15 points on every topic with conceptual clarity. But there are some standard books like Laxmikanth, Spectrum , GC. Leong which u can’t afford to skip them. Write more for Mains from limited reliable sources. People know what books and syllabus points are to be prepared.
M1: As a district administrator – one hour sleep to refresh my mood. Money: RBI’s Digital Fiat currency, you can speed post them later if you fail to submit at the time of interview. All you have to do is ask – what changes did you make in this current attempt? Describe the formal, form groups and discuss issues which will definitely help you during your interview. Education without values, it saved my time as I don’t have to go through different bulky material every time during revision. The last question must be about self; i am also joining itbp this year.
But most of them lack consistency in their preparation. So, how do you keep study momentum going on? How do you fight against the mood swings and distractions? Target based study is key to my success.
I used to design a study plan for every 15 days and it also includes what to study every hour in a day, so that I don’t waste facebooking and whatsapping. I used to study for an hour then take 5 mins gap and again switch over to another subject so that I don’t get bored with one subject, staring at a single page. After lunch, one hour sleep to refresh my mood. 60 days I used to plan an adventure trip with friends for3- 5days.