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Simple Tips to Increase Marathi Percentage in UPSC Top 10

The results of the country’s most difficult and competitive UPSC exam have been declared recently. This year Marathi percentage has dropped in the result of civil services main examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). In this exam, Aditya Srivastava got the first rank, Animesh Pradhan got the second rank and Ananya Reddy got the third rank. Although many candidates from Maharashtra have achieved success, there is no candidate from Maharashtra in the top 10. Also, the number of Marathi candidates in the first 100 candidates has decreased. Every year the first 100 candidates include 10 to 12 candidates from Maharashtra. This year only 5 to 6 candidates could get a place in the top 100. This is a review of why the percentage of Marathi boys and girls has fallen in comparison to Bihar, Uttar Pradesh in this year’s UPSC exam…

Around 9 to 10 lakh children across the country appear for the IAS exam every year. Out of them only 1000 children are selected. This exam is so difficult. This year there are five to six boys from Maharashtra in the first 100 children. 25 to 30 candidates are from Maharashtra among first 500 boys. Out of the total number of boys selected, more than 87 candidates are from the state which is 8.6 percent.

Simple tips to increase Marathi percentage in UPSC Topper …

– Marathi boys and girls should give up the attitude of being stuck at home. The tendency not to move away from the family is the biggest obstacle. If you pass UPSC, you can transfer anywhere in India. So civil service is not chosen as a career to avoid being away from your family.

– This exam can be given in regional language as well, so one should be careful. English language proficiency is a concern. This exam is avoided as it has to be given only in English language and you will not have to deal with Metro kids.

– There is tremendous competition in this exam. Here quality, decision-making skills are needed. It requires physical and mental preparation. Officers selected last year also re-exam to become IAS. Many of them are not able to clear this exam despite being selected earlier.

– One should prepare to cover long syllabus and solve difficult questions. The questions of this exam are tougher than MPSC. Answers are not easy. The main exam is written. How does it take there?

– In UPSC one has to choose an optional subject. The difficulty level of this optional subject is equivalent to that of the degree examination.

– The government should strengthen the economic backbone

Just because institutions such as Barti, Mahajyoti, who are making careers in IAS or IPS or other administrative services, are funded, it does not mean that the work of the government is over. Government should also make efforts to provide good teachers and study material to such career building institutes. After Corona, the economic backbone of the Marathi middle class society has collapsed. Therefore, Marathi parents cannot afford to pay a fee of one to one and a half lakhs.

– Should be a second career option

Like Vajiram IAS Academy in Delhi, there should be training institutes in cities like Pune and Mumbai. Boys and girls should keep second career option while preparing for IAS. Because, 5 to 7 percent of luck is also part of this exam. Children should practice general knowledge and test papers from 12th onwards and prepare hard. But don’t get discouraged if you fail.

UPSC Coaching Institutes

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Research and Training Institute (BARTI), State Institute for Administrative Careers Mumbai, popularly known as Yashda. Ambedkar Center for Competitive Exam Pune, Pune University Competitive Center Pune, Pre IAS. Training Center Kolhapur, Pre IAS Training Center Nagpur, Pre IAS Coaching Center for SC/OBC Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar are the state government educational institutes that give UPSC training every year to the children.

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