Trainee IAS officers of 2022 batch of Jharkhand Cadre shared success mantras with students

Ranchi: Jharkhand IAS Officers’ Wives Association (JISOWA) on Monday organised an interactive session at the State Library, Ranchi, among the students preparing for competitive exams.

The chief guests of the program were Indian Administrative Service (Batch 2022, Jharkhand cadre) trainee officers Ravi Kumar, Deepesh Kumari, Krishnakant Kanwaria, Shruti Rajlakshmi and Pranjal. JISOWA President Mini Singh, Vice President, Namita Singh, Kimi Khyangate, Mrs. Preeti Kumar, Secretary Mrs. Manu Jha and members Mrs. Nikki Toppo, Mrs. Jesina Siddiqui, Mrs. Shreya and Mrs. Jaya played an important role in the successful organization of the program.

The main objective of this interactive session was to help the students who are preparing for various competitive exams. On how the students can prepare better so that they can get success soon, questions and answers and dialogue took place on various topics between the students present and the chief guests. The students present on the occasion asked many questions related to the Civil Services Examination to the chief guests and also got their answers.

The students studying in the Government Library were excited about the UPSC and JPSC examinations. On this occasion, all the trainee IAS officers present also gave many important tips to the students for success in competitive examinations. A large number of students preparing for competitive exams were present on the occasion.

IAS officer Ravi Kumar told the students present that the syllabus of UPSC or JPSC is very big and detailed. All students should start preparing with better motivation. This motivation can come from your situation, your financial condition or your family situation or your friends who have cracked the exam. While preparing for the UPSC or JPSC exam, there must be commitment along with motivation. All of you should prepare better by making a goal, you will definitely get success.

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