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Which field students crack UPSC most?
“Engineering students crack the UPSC exam because of the practical pedagogical methods they experience in their four-year engineering studies. This provides them with a better analytical aptitude as compared to Arts graduates,” says JK Dadoo, former IAS officer who was in the services for more than 35 years.
Which engineering is best for UPSC aspirants?
To clear IAS, you need to write two papers on an optional subject. Civil Engineering. You can study one of these subjects so that it helps you when you are writing your optional paper for UPSC. But keep a thing in mind.
Why UPSC success rate is low?
Difficulty to cope with the syllabus. Poor guidance. Poor time management. Ineffective answering techniques.
Why do engineers crack UPSC easily?
Engineers, with their science backgrounds, generally find the CSAT easy as compared to humanities graduates (although there are exceptions). Another reason the number of engineering graduates is on the rise is the sheer large number of engineers in the country.
How many engineers cleared UPSC?
Data: Engineers make up more than 60% of the final merit list of the Civil Service Examination. Analysis of the data from the UPSC annual reports indicates that the share of engineering degree holders in the final merit list of the Civil Services Examination (CSE) has increased from 31% in 2009 to 63% in 2019.
Do engineers have advantage in UPSC?
What partly accounts for top ranks being grabbed by engineers in UPSC is their rigorous academic training and the slew of competitive exams such as JEE Main and Advanced that prepares them even before college. “They also have a pragmatic approach to problem-solving,” Agarwal adds.
Is IAS better than engineers?
It is said to be the toughest exam of india. But it is an HONOUR for any indian to serve your country. IAS is a respectful and secure job. If you are concerned about payscale, then obviously an engineer can make more money than an ias.
Does UPSC depend on luck?
So, it is not only your preparation that matters but also how others prepare, and that is out of your hands. In the UPSC prelims where there are MCQs, you can get lucky or unlucky with your guesses. In the IAS mains exam, a lot depends on the ‘mood’ of the examiner, and also on the nature of the examiner.
Who is unfit for UPSC?
Diseases like hernia, varicose veins, hydrocele, haemorrhoids, etc. are declared temporarily unfit and should be declared fit after successful surgery. Candidates with malignancies at the time of entry to service are declared unfit. Candidates with transplanted organs are declared unfit.
Why do most UPSC aspirants fail?
Lack of Proper Planning and Guidance Lack of planning is another reason for the failure in the UPSC IAS exam. Many students make a subject more difficult for them, their focal point hence they could not score well in others. A few students make a plan and don’t stick to it so fail to get success in this exam.