JAMMU, Aug 7: The SR College of Competitions (SRCC) organised workshops for the civil services aspirants in the college premises at Gandhi Nagar here today.
The workshop was conducted by an expert faculty from Delhi. The faculty dealt with the nature and structure of the exam comprehensively. In a highly interactive session attended by aspirants from across Jammu and Kashmir and even from Ladakh all the aspects of Civil Services Exam were discussed threadbare. This included the scheme and pattern of the exam, approach for Prelims and Mains, sources of material and the books required, use of online resources and the relevance of newspaper reading in preparing for the current affairs. Various strategies for writing test series for both Prelims and Mains were covered thoroughly and to the best satisfaction of the aspirants.
During the session the entire syllabus, the focus areas and the kind of questions asked in the previous years were also taken up. Aspirants were also made aware about the CSAT and Essay papers. He suggested the aspirants to atleast attend one comprehensive test series for both prelim and mains examination. The resource person also stressed on the importance of current affairs and the relevant resources to prepare the same. Various other aspects like time management, study material, preparation of notes and newspaper reading were handled in an exhaustive manner.
Separate sessions were managed for the Philosophy by Gautam, Political Science by RK Jha and Urdu Optional by Arshad.
The response was very encouraging and the attendees appreciated the initiative taken by the SR College. The attendees included the aspirants preparing for IAS and JKAS 2022 and also undergraduates who will be eligible in a couple of years. SR College has announced a fresh test series and a separate batch for JKAS-2022 Mains. SR College is also opening a new Foundation Batch for 12th pass /College students from 17th August.
“SR College regularly conducts such workshops, seminars, webinars and interactions with the IAS officers, KAS toppers, former members of PSC and various subject experts”, informed Office Coordinator Neha Sharma.