1 Jan 2019

How to Prepare for Government Exams 2019?

Believe me, only resolution won’t get a government job. You have to find the ways to get it. The uphills are there to climb on. You have to sail across the distractions, bring out the time. Moreover, you should have unquenched desire to get it.

Once your willingness turns undying, opportunities will open in thousands of numbers. Apart from that, you should know how to prepare for the government exams, 2019. Otherwise, your dream of becoming an IAS would be an illusion.

Here is a rundown of the tips to ensure your success in the government examination.
  1. Keep eyes on the latest government jobs
Hey! Let’s have a party tonight.

Oh! Are you still sticking with the books? You’re going nuts.

These and many similar comments can break your morale down. You just have to set your eyes on the deadline of the UPSC examination 2019 or any other one that you like to appear in. Bear in mind that a little bit of carelessness can cost you an arm and a leg. You may have to wait for one more year to apply for the government job. The job applications, like DSSSB, are out for once in a blue moon. You may have to eye on these jobs for one or more years. So, never miss the job alert or government recruitment notification.

To make sure, you can:
  • Register with the official government website.
  • Keep eyes on the employment news or rojgar samachar.
  • Follow the links that are often found with the notifications for navigating to the official website and online forms.
  • Subscribe to the latest jobs in the government sector.
  • Follow the social groups that are relevant to your query.
  • Frequently check your inbox if you have subscribed to alerts.
  1. Follow the application procedure:
The government sector follows strict rules. It doesn’t allow downloading of the official government job application form from other websites. However, many privately owned websites show the option. But, you should skip their bait and browse the official website.

The job notification for the government job comprises A to Z information about the application process. You need to go through it thoroughly. A little bit of negligence can lead to rejection of your job application.
What all you should to do is to follow these points:
  • Open the notification.
  • Read out the instructions, at least, twice.
  • Skim through the eligibility and application procedure primarily.
  • Look into the payment option carefully.
  • Go through the points of rejections also.
  1. Understand the selection pattern:
The selection procedure determines what criteria you have to fulfil for ensuring your selection. Sometimes, the candidates have to appear in the walk-ins directly for screening. However, the civil services examination requires you to qualify in the written examination (preliminary and mains) before making to the merit list. So, it depends of the government agency. It may or may not hold examination.
You should:
  • Prefer the government agency wherein you want to get deployed.
  • Get registered with its official website.
  • Browse the selection pattern or procedure. Mostly, the sites mention this process, as in the IAF jobs or army jobs.
  • Get it saved in your computer.
  • Kill all doubts by asking your teachers, friends and parents.
  • Never underestimate the important instructions.
  1. Study the syllabus:
Do you know what you should learn for cracking the IFC examination?
Likewise, there are a number of job profiles that have a predefined syllabus. You should start preparing months before according to the syllabus. Otherwise, your precious time, attention and energy will go futile. Although you prepare, you won’t have answers to write down. That’s why you should have a copy of syllabus with you. Drill into head that the government revises syllabus almost every year. So, you should search for, let’s say, ‘syllabus of UPSC examination 2019’.
  • Thoroughly search which section is compulsory to qualify.
  • Segment your preparations according to marks segregation.
  • Search for the best study materials and mock tests according to the topics.
  1. Manage time:
It’s a key to hit the jackpot. Yes! You have to schedule time according to the syllabus. It includes practicing for the objective and descriptive questions. It’s better to set the timer, if you’re going to attempt 200 questions, as happens in SSC job examination, while preparing.
  • Set the timeframe for accomplishing learning the descriptive theory.
  • Manage time to read, understand and think of the logical reasoning.
  • Practice with a timer.

No comments:

Post a Comment