Radhika Gupta IAS : Studied 8-10 hrs Daily

Result of UPSC Civil Services 2020: Radhika Gupta Thanks to her brother and her parents for her success

Radhika Gupta IAS

The Union Public Service Commission has announced the Public Service Outcome of UPSC 2020. This year, a total of 761 students are eligible for public service examinations. Radhika Gupta IAS also made it to the top 20 by earning AIR 18 at the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2020.

Finally, in her second attempt at the civil service exams, she made every effort and effort to clear the exam.

She did engineering and thought that social work would be more enjoyable than working in the automotive industry.

Radhika said, “I come from a very uneducated area in India. This has been the reason why I have always wanted to change this situation. ” (Radhika Gupta IAS)

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Radhika Gupta UPSC

Radhika Gupta IAS

Asked about her trip to prepare for the UPSC CSE, she said “The trip has been great so far. I always had the support of my family, which helped me even more to prepare.

I joined a community service test in Indore where I took various training classes. Now, all my efforts and efforts are well worth it. ” (Radhika Gupta IAS)

Radhika Gupta prepared for the exam by reading 8-10 hours on average daily. She said: “Whenever anyone says that 14-15 daily study hours are required to prepare for UPSC Civil Services, I think that is a myth.

I personally spend 8-10 hours reading each day. I chose Anthropology as my subject of choice and prepared for the exam by staying at Indore. (Radhika Gupta IAS)

People today believe that Delhi is the best place to prepare for a public service test, but a more focused person can complete the test by staying anywhere.

Radhika Gupta IAS interview

She has been interviewed by UPSC Civil Services 2 times. She said: “Interviews are an important part of passing tests as they determine overall marks and student level.

In my experience, those I spoke to were polite and respectful. Ask them common questions in the field of equipment as I come from the same background, place of business, and issues related to women.

All the questions were very natural. The UPSC CSE interview is known as a human exam. Interviewers asked common questions such as how is the day today ?, can you give us some good news? (Radhika Gupta UPSC)

She was able to cope with stress while preparing for an exam by playing sports such as table tennis. At first, there were doubts that she was facing but she took it as a challenge.

Asked when she decided to do the UPSC Civil Services, she said “I have seen my grandmother who works full-time for people. I come from a less educated area in India and that encourages me to change the situation.

While working for the company, I worked 8 hours a day and was not satisfied with the work I was doing. Then came my brother who showed me how to apply and prepare for the UPSC CSE. I immediately resigned from the company and applied for a job interview. ”

Radhika believes that planning is important to prepare. According to Radhika, there are two types of editing – Micro and Macro. This provides clarity while preparing for the exam.

She said: “I planned a smart study and discovered my strengths and weaknesses. Later, I turned to weak subjects as my strength.

There should be no doubt about yourself while preparing. I was reading on social media. I have learned about complete honesty and consistency.

But I do use a communication platform between study arrangements and professional lectures at the UPSC CSE. ”

Radhika’s parents and brother were very supportive as she prepared for the exam. The family always encouraged her and kept her full of confidence.

Radhika’s brother played a key role in guiding him in the UPSC Civil Services and helped him prepare.

Radhika Gupta’s Message to Community Service Seekers

Anyone wishing to appear in the public service exam should start preparations early. Most recently when the candidate is in his final year of graduation.

One should not delay in realizing that this is the right time to start preparing. The UPSC is a test of common sense and one should not make any kind of doubt.

Radhika said, “If I can complete the public service test I think anyone can do the same with hard work and consistent effort.”

 

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