Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Seminar on Civils MAINS by ITCSA in HYD on 30-5-10


Hi...

ITCSA (Indian Telugu Civil Servants Association) is organising a session for civil services aspirants in Hyderabad...

The focus will be on preparation for 'Mains' and the seminar is for the benefit of all those who have given their prelims this year...

Many successful candidates from the recent batches and rankers from the latest Civils results (CSE 2009) will be participating and sharing their secrets of success...

Details are as follows:

Theme: 'Strategy for MAINS-2010'
Venue: Hyderabad Study Circle, Near Indira Park Cross Roads, Domalguda, Hyderabad (Phone: 040-27638527)

Date: 30-5-2010 (Sunday)

Time: 5 PM onwards


Please inform all your aspirant friends.

Thank You.

16 comments:

  1. haai Sir,

    I am sandeep from HYD.I discontinued my B.tech in 2005.And last year i joined B.Sc through correspondence from kaktiya university.am i eligible for civils.even if i am eligible are there going to be any hurdles forward.please clarify my doubt sir...

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  2. Sandeep...you can apply for civils no problem at all..try to read this blog and follow the suggestions ..all the best

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  3. Ravikiran ..please upload HSC seminar details to blog...

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  4. Sadhu Sir,

    thanks a lot for your clarification and i really appreciate your endeavour for inspiring and guiding many aspirants from the state like me through this blog.

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  5. What is the 2011 UPSC Civil Services Aptitude Test?

    Candidates for the 2011 UPSC Civil Services preliminary exams will no longer be answering the usual General Studies and Optional Subjects objective type question papers. In a move that is generating a buzz amongst aspirants, the minister of state for personnel Prithviraj Chavan announced that the Central Government has approved a Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT), instead of the regular civil services test for the year 2011.

    The candidates will still take two objective tests but based on “aptitude” and “ethical and moral dimensions of decision making.” Unlike the marks up till now, these two papers will have equal weightage. The main exams and interview pattern continues to remain the same, until further notice.

    The move came since the UPSC feels that “aptitude for civil services” is more important and relevant than mere subject knowledge. And hence, it wants to test the aspirant’s capabilities to succeed in as a civil servant considering that he or she has a tough role to play and tougher decisions to make.

    Based on the recommendation of Administrative Reforms Commission and various other panels, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) had recommended to the Central Government in 2009. This was under debate for the past few years as many experts felt that subject knowledge was not relevant to the actual work of civil servants.

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    According to the report, the structure of CSAT should contain the following:

    (i) Basic awareness (nation and the world):

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    (ii) Problem solving and analytical skills:

    Logical reasoning and decision-making skills (situations from civil service arena to be taken to test reasoning and understanding of problems related to the same).

    (iii) Elementary Arithmetic:

    Data analysis ability; data interpretation/graphics/charts and so on; quantitative analysis.

    What impact this is going to have on candidates preparing for 2011 civil services remains to be seen. Candidates wonder if they will get to know the type of questions for 2011 to help them prepare better. We’re sure the UPSC will answer the queries in the coming days.

    The existing prelims consist of two papers: the first is on general studies and common to all; candidates can then choose the second paper from a list of 23 Optional subjects. The proposed general studies paper might be tweaked but it is the second paper that will undergo a major change.

    A top government official said UPSC chairman Professor D.P. Agrawal has constituted a high-powered committee – under former University Grants Commission vice-chairman Professor S.K. Khanna – to work out the details of the two papers. “The committee has been given time till April, 2010-end. Then the UPSC will discuss its recommendations with the government and finalise the content and syllabus of the paper,” the official said.

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  6. Good Evening friends...

    On 20-06-2010 we i.e. kartikeya Goel IAS,Chandrudu IAS,Venkat IPS and me have participated in a civil serivce awareness meet in City central library, chikkadapally, hyd, coducted by Akella raghavendra with the help of Pratiyogita Darpan publications, from which nearly 400 students have got benefited.In this regard I should thank chandrudu,venkat and particularly goel ,as he attended the meet inspite of high fever.We should all congratulate the goel for detecting 8kg narco substance worth 80 lakh with in 10 days of his joining in Hyd,Airport (http://www.deccanchronicle.com/hyderabad/date-rape-drug-seized-airport-828).

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  8. Sandeep .. you can try basic books from sree book square,kachiguda x roads,hyd.that shop is having all latest books on all subjects.try to read BSC 2nd year zoology guide for phy.anthro basics...if you are tel.med. student you can try vejetha comp. books-they are good.all the best

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  11. 2nd yr Bsc zoology english medium technical series will also help you..Dr.BR Ambedkar open univerisity english medium books on socialogy, anthro also useful.I will be eagerly waiting to see you soon as a civil servant..All the best..

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  13. Request to civil servants of ITCSA.....

    Dear All.... As itcsa is planning to conduct interactive sessions with school/college students on 26th Aug.(in Paloncha,Khammam Dist.) and Sept.11 (in Kurnool with the initiative of Ramesh Reddy IPS) , we request you to comeforward to attend the same. As it is for the poor govt. college students, we have arranged worth Rs. 20,000 books for free distribution with the help of Vejeta Competitions and Mr.Pravin IAS(P.O-ITDA),K.Raguram Reddy IPS, Vikramaditya IRTS are attending the Paloncha programme , hence you may consider to attend the Kurnool programme.Vehicle will be arranged from Hyderabad to Kurnool in the morning and on the same day we can come back by dinner time.Thank you

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  14. Friends...

    In hyderabd many community hostels are providing accommodation to poor students with nominal fee or free..I am giving those details here,pls tell to needy people..

    Hostel name-Fee-Category-phone(040)-entry for

    REDDY HOSTEL-1500/MTH-ALL-24753561-20M+20F
    VISWAKARMA HOSTEL-N.A-ALL-65167209-10
    VYSYA HOSTEL -7000/YR-ALL-27569806-15
    PADMASHALI HOSTEL-19000/YR-ALL-24758208-N.A
    MUNNURUKAPU(KAPU)HOSTEL-13000/YR-10%OTH-24658160
    GOWDA HOSTEL-1500/MTH-N.A- 27637986-15


    For more details please contact them.Normally Admissions will be open for june/july only so spread this info to all..Ap study circle also issued notification for civils coaching...verify

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