JIASOWA organises interactive session at State Library

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JIASOWA organises interactive session at State Library

Tuesday, 19 September 2023 | PNS | Ranchi

Jharkhand IAS Officers' Wives Association (JIASOWA) organised an interactive session today at the State Library, Ranchi, among the students preparing for competitive exams. The chief guests of the program were Indian Administrative Service (Batch 2022, Jharkhand cadre) trainee officers Ravi Kumar, Deepesh Kumari, Krishnakant Kanwariya, Shruti Rajlakshmi and Pranjal. JIASOWA president Mini Singh, vice president Namita Singh, Kimi Khyangate, Preeti Kumar, Secretary Manu Jha and members Nikki Toppo, Jesina Siddiqui, Shreya and Jaya played an important role in the successful organisation of the programme.

The main objective of this interactive session was to help the students who are preparing for various competitive exams. On how the students can prepare better so that they can get success soon, questions and answers and dialogue took place on various topics between the students present and the chief guests. The students present on the occasion asked many questions related to the Civil Services Examination to the chief guests and also got their answers. During the program, the students studying in the Government Library looked very excited about the UPSC and JPSC examinations. On this occasion, all the trainee IAS officers present also gave many important tips to the students for success in competitive examinations. A large number of students preparing for competitive exams were present on the occasion.

Ravi Kumar told the students present that the syllabus of UPSC or JPSC is very big and detailed. All students should start preparing with better motivation. This motivation can come from your situation, your financial condition or your family situation or your friends who have cracked the exam. While preparing for UPSC or JPSC exam, there must be commitment along with motivation. All of you should prepare better by making a goal, you will definitely get success.

Shruti Rajalakshmi said that all of you students should keep your concepts clear while preparing. It is important to make a good strategy for good preparation. If possible, use social media less. Don't waste time unnecessarily on other things. Study honestly and move ahead after fixing a goal.

Pranjal, while addressing the students present, said that I started preparing for UPSC at the age of 30. Thirty years of age is not an old age for those preparing. Be it UPSC or JPSC, you must attempt up to three attempts. If you do not get success in three attempts then you can make a successful career in other fields as per your ability. In today's era, the country needs experts in every field. You can make your mark by doing well in any field. Remember time management is a very important link. It is difficult to achieve success without time management and continuous practice, hence one should keep practicing continuously without wasting time.

Krishnakant Kanwariya, while addressing the students, said that I had done my primary studies from the Hindi medium government school of the village itself. I got only 58 per  cent marks in class 12th. Despite this, I later became a doctor. Then my aim was UPSC. To get success in any competitive examination, it is important to know how you are being guided. If the guide is good then success comes soon. Your plan regarding preparation and strategy based on the plan should be good. Along with continuous revision, you should also be interacting with a good group of students.

Deepesh Kumari said that time management is necessary for the preparation of any competitive exam. Study normally for preparation but along with hard work, your goal should be fixed. Focus more on getting the best preparation possible. Spend minimum time on social media or sites. Do not get demotivated under any circumstances. With time, improve your preparation a little every day. An honest effort may not be successful in a day but one day it will definitely be successful.

On this occasion, JIASOWA president Mini Singh said that JIASOWA has been continuously striving for the past few years with commitment for capacity building and motivation of the students preparing for competitive examinations. Today's interactive program will definitely help the students preparing for competitive exams. This program is a small but good initiative organized by JIASOWA. The institute will continue to organize such programs in future also. Our effort is to strengthen society by working on small things. All the members of JIASOWA will continue to work for the public interest in many areas by maintaining better coordination.

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