Civil Services exam is one of the toughest and prestigious exams conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) every year and over lakh of aspirants have appeared for the exam. Recently on Monday, Bihar DGP was invited to the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and here he guided the students on how to prepare well for the Civil Services exam.
As per the reports of IANS, “ Dispelling fear over the "difficult" stamp on the competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment to various Civil Services of the government, including the Indian Administrative Service,” Alok Raj said.
Bihar DGP (Training and Bihar Police Academy), was the chief guest at the event held at AMU for the Scholarship Test for Dynamic-30.
He told students that qualifying the civil services is not an easy task, however, one could pass the exam if he/she prepares for the exam with dedication, discipline, and patience.
DGP Alok Raj also shared his personal experience and told how to prepare the exam.
He pointed out that time management is one of the key parts for the preparation and urged students to remain aware of the current examination pattern.
In his speech, DGP also mentioned the name of AMU alumni Jawed Usmani, a retired IAS officer, who had topped the civil services examination in 1978. Sharing his personal experiences, Raj also said that in 1988, another AMU alumnus, Manoj Yadav, cleared the UPSC examination with him, who is currently posted as DGP, Haryana.
During the event, Raj also recited the poem of Gopal Das Neeraj and Basheer Badr.