Interview Guidance Programme for UPSC
Posted: May 04, 2021
Personality test is the final barricade to cross for achieving the dream of becoming a Civil Servant. Aspirants after clearing Prelims and Mains Examination get anxious for this last stage and why not? Failing this stage will drop them at the starting point, going through the year long process again. Knowing what UPSC panel is searching for in the candidate to be a civil servant can help aspirants prepare well for this stage. Hence, aspirants seek mock interviews conducted by various IAS coaching institutions for the guidance. Before mentioning where to seek guidance for the interview, let’s have an overview of the Personality test in UPSC CSE:
Personality Test is an assessment of not only the intellectual qualities but the social character of the candidate.
The objective of this interview stage is to assess and analyze the personality suitable for the public service with officer-like qualities; leadership, alertness, communication skills, patriotism, mental calibre, decision making, work ethics, aptitude and moral integrity.
The candidate interviewed by a Board/Panel will have a record of his/her educational background and career so far.
Candidates can be asked questions on the matters of their general interest and hobbies they mention in their DAF.
The interview test is not to test the knowledge of the candidates, it has already been tested through the written examination but still aspirants should be aware of the current events and think critically upon them as this is one of the traits of a Civil servant (updated about current events).
Aspirants must introspect themselves for above qualities and start working on them as early as possible. There is a very wrong notion that one should present himself raw to the board without getting polished for the said qualities. Though it is true that one should be honest, it's not always in one’s interest to face such a crucial test without the adequate preparation. It is important to meet the standards expected by the interview panel.
Reaching the standard where you score not less than 190, you really need to work hard. It is in the best interest of the aspirant to put more efforts for the interview stage than what they have had put for prelims and mains. This final stage is a final chance to get into those coveted services. Seek proper guidance and feedback to improve yourself before the "D-day".
Experts at Jatin Verma’s IAS Academy will groom you up for the Personality Test based on your strengths and weaknesses. The Interview Guidance program this year is steered by Jatin Verma, the founder and Director of Jatin Verma’s IAS Academy with panel members consisting of Hon’ble Mr. PK Laheri (Retired IAS officer), Hon’ble Dr. Deepak Vohra (Ambassador), Hon’ble Mr. Mukul Jain (Retired I.R.T.S) and Hon’ble Ms Sharanya (IPS - UPSC CSE 2019) along with psycho-analysts. He excels in giving right guidance and honest feedback to the aspirants.
Features of the Interview Programme by Jatin Verma’s IAS academy:
Exposure to the finest bureaucrats retired as well as working, subject matter experts and psychoanalysts who have experience in recruitment and personality analysis.
Tips to improve your answering style and body language.
Building up your social quotient and emotional quotient.
Video recorded sessions are being provided to the candidates so that they can introspect their performance.
Personal guidance by experts after the mock Interview for a critical assessment of his/her performance.
Scientific evaluation of strengths and weaknesses of the candidate.
Individual DAF analysis and summary of UPSC interview questions.
Overall balanced feedback by experts on how one can ace the questions asked in UPSC Interview.
I am Anup Jaiswal education consultant having 10 Years of experience in the Education Domain. I am providing information about Upsc exams, Ias jobs, and other career-related domains.