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IAS, IPS aspirants asked to prepare two years ahead

Covai Post Network


Coimbatore : A senior Income tax official today advised IAS/IPS/IRS aspirants to prepare for the interview one or two years before so that they can score more marks and succeed.

Felicitating nine students of KPR IAS Academy who cleared civil services examination conducted by UPSC recently, Income Tax Joint Commissioner, C Shivakumar said that he had noticed the students from Tamil Nadu lagged behind in interviews as most of them prepared for just one or two months.

Citing examples of students from Bihar and Maharashtra, some of whom took his advice during their preparations, he asked the students to come out of their comfort zone and attempt to prepare much earlier.

Deputy Commissioner of Police, L Balaji Saravanan in his address asked them to go carefully through the topic.

The gap between and success and failure was just one or two steps and by instilling confidence on can achieve his ambition, he said.

KPR Group chairman, K P Ramasamy said that from six successful candidates last year, this year it was nine and expressed hope to cross 20 next year.

He said that KPR Mills has given higher education to nearly 22,000 workers, majority of them from rural and backward areas.

Of the nine, Tamil Oviya got selected for IAS and other for IPS, IRS and various other Central services, while Sindhukavi secured All India 3rd position in personality test by scoring 202 out of 275, academy director, M Rajkumar said.

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