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Personality Test

Interview Guidance Program - Parikrama

Congratulations!

To all the candidates who have cleared UPSC Mains 2020. are just one step away from realizing your dream of becoming of an IAS Officer.

The name of this exam is called Personality Test because it is not just the Interview it is the complete 360 degree assessment of the personality.

Aspire IAS has always helped students in all the three parts of Civil Services Examination with its unique all round personality development batches and not just Interview Mock sessions.

Aspire IAS has been associated with the success of many toppers as given below:

Features of Aspire IAS “PARIKRAMA” Interview Guidance Programme:

1) DAF Analysis and Possible Questions

  • Your DAF shall be analyzed in detail so as to cover each and every aspect of your personality and you shall be groomed to that level.
  • All the questionnaire shall be formed in such a way that you will get all the possible questions that can be asked in the UPSC Interview.
  • We shall focus more on “What not to do?” first and then “What to do?”.
  • It shall be focused on
    1. Questions on Personal profile,
    2. Dos and Don’ts in Personality Test,
    3. Questions on Home State,
    4. Questions on Hobbies and Interests, and
    5. Questions on Optional Subjects.

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2) One to One Personalized Session with Director Sir

  • Our Director Sir (Mr. Ankit Kumar) is one of the most respected UPSC Mentor of India well known for his unique method of “Vedic Learning” and “Guru Shishya Parampara” who has around 15 years of experience in UPSC Civil Services Examination.
  • He has personally mentored more than 450 aspirants and helped them achieve their dream of becoming an IAS officer.
  • One on one personalized sessions will help you learn
    1. How to keep stability of mind in Interview?
    2. How to keep your calm despite any question in the Interview?
    3. How to tackle difficult questions and those based on decision making by keeping the presence of mind?

3) Student Assessment

The student would be assessed and improved in the 3 categories:

  • Objectivity: Here the factual base of the student would be made strong.
  • Opinion: The Personality Test is about the opinion of the aspirant on various topics. Hence it is important to understand the opinion-based questions and your opinion on this.
  • Situational: There shall be many questions in which you shall be put in many situations. We shall prepare you for situational base questions as well.

Then the student shall be groomed through the following:

  • There will be “Special classes on Factual and Analytical building”.
  • Parliamentary sessions which includes the situations like Government vs Opposition and the issues of India which will help your critical thinking in the Interview Hall.
  • Trips in rural India for ground level exposure.

4) Mock Sessions

  • Mock Interview sessions shall be done under the expert guidance of 3-5 Bureaucrats which shall give you the feeling of Final Personality Test.
  • There shall be feedback and more emphasis shall be on “What not to do?” than “What to do?” in the Personality Test.
    1. Why we should not read the transcripts of Interview?
    2. Why we should not know the background of Board members?
    3. Why we should not give long answers?

Programme will be conducted in Online and Offline mode both.

Upload your DAF, register to the Aspire IAS website and increase your chances of getting your name in the Final merit list of UPSC Civil Services Examination 2020.

ALL THE BEST!

JAI HIND!

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