UPSC CSE Tips: IAS Neha Bansal told children, keep focus on NCERT books

For students aspiring to become IAS, IPS by passing the UPSC examination, Delhi Government has initiated an initiative under which young IAS, IPS officers communicate with school students every month and share experiences related to studies and preparation with students. Its third session was held on Thursday. In this session held at Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Vikaspuri, Western District Magistrate Neha Bansal interacted with the students. In which he said that the most difficult times of life are learned.

IAS Neha Bansal shared the stage with Udit Prakash, Director of Education, Government of Delhi, as part of the program. During this time both of them shared the experiences related to their UPSC preparations with the students. About 100 students from various schools participated in the program. While around 4000 children also joined the event via YouTube Live.

In the program, IAS Neha Bansal said that she had decided in college that she wanted to become an IAS officer. She used to study for 7-8 hours a day, so that she did not face any problem during the exam. He told that in the second year of graduation, preparations were started keeping in mind the old question papers and syllabus. The ones that do not linger during preparation. He said that subjects should be chosen which enjoy reading, this gives an advantage in preparation. He asked the children to focus on NCERT books to prepare for UPSC. Neha said that despite failing the exam 3 times, she did not give up and kept working hard.

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