Civil Services Results: You should choose whatever you are good at, reveals topper Tina Dhabi
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Despite from rich family, she choose the reservation from SC quota. shame on you. you have to go for general category and have to fight from there.
Just Remove reservation and every one should test themselves.
I have got 92% in my 10th ,I have opted PCM 2 months ago, but now I am changing my decision to Humanities,.
Bcz I am fully dedicated and passionate to my IAS carrier ,I thing my 2 years to PCM would acts as a barriar as later also I have to study history,Geo.,and civics ..so not from the starting ...
I want to know whether my decision is correct or not.plzzzz reply.
This is not the only toughest exam in India. Yes among all the general and social studies subject, it is the toughest and longest exam. But for MBBS in AIMS, it has the toughest medical entrance exam and for Engineering/technology, to get in all the top 7 IIT, it has the toughest entrance exam IIT JEE, which gives chance to attempt only 2 times and that too in two consecutive years with the first along with 12th exam. Now it has parted as JEE mains and advance for both NIT and IIT. But the toughness for top IITs is still the same and it should be actually👍. And one thing, people should not think negative about lower caste students, because there are many talented students among them also and if they get a platform, they make the country proud by their work. Ultimately talent sustains and rise in life, because life itself is a big exam.
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