The IGP (Interview Guidance Program) will focus on National & International issues and optional subject chosen by the student in the mains exam etc. The Program will also focus on presentation, communication skills, body language, approach towards different issues and answering technics. The candidates will be provided with Simulated Interview by panel of experts. The panel consists of eminent faculty members & senior bureaucrats having experience in training & recruitment on analytical ability and supporting the students in their final selection.
19th January & Going on..
at The Park Hotel
Connaught Place, New Delhi
Mr. V.K. Agnihotri
Former Secretary General Rajya Sabha
Mr. P.K. Pattanaik
Former Member Planning Board Bihar
Mr. J.C. Pegu
Former Principal Commissioner Income Tax
Dr. A. K. Saxena
Former Joint Secretary MHA
& Dy. Secretary UPSC
Mr. J. B. S. Negi
Ministry of Home Affairs
Dr. Raghubansh Sinha
International Relations Expert JNU
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Dr. Surendra K. Singh
Other Distinguished Bureaucrats, Ex. Servicesmen and Professors of JNU and Delhi University
The panel consists of eminent faculty members & senior bureaucrats having experience in training & recruitment on analytical ability and supporting the students in their final selection.
The candidates will be provided with Simulated Interview by panel of experts.
Analysis of interview performance by the board members.
Recorded session in pen derive for self-evaluation.
The Interview for the civil services exam also known as the Personality Test. It is aimed at assessing the candidate’s personality and suitability for the services. The candidate is tested for his/her intelligence, personality, attentiveness, presentation, communication skills, body language towards different issues, answering technic, balance of judgement, honesty, integrity and leadership. Thus, preparation for the Interview requires a proper planning.
The selectors look out for some attributes in the candidate and decide whether they are suited for a career in civil services. The candidate should have a positive attitude, should have an alert mind with quick reflexes, should be free from any sort of prejudice, should be good at making quick decisions and should have the ability to act under stress.
Preparation for the Interview involves a wide reading of books, journals, magazines & newspapers. One should improve their conversational skills with proper pronunciation. The candidate should be prepared to answer questions on his/her background, hobbies and extra curriculum activities. It is always better to discuss current affairs and recent issues with family & friends prior to your interview date.
One good way of rehearsing possible questions would be to have mock interviews and discussion groups. The candidates should make a self assessment of their strengths and weaknesses and make a conscious effort to lead the interview on his strengths.
NOTE : The figures clearly shows that the marks in the interview test play a determining role in final selection of candidates.
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