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Nirman IAS –We proved the excellence

Result of Civil Service 2010 Conducted by UPSC was declared on 11 May 2011. again Top position has been captured by English Medium specially women as S. Divya Darshani (1 {+s} {+t}) and Shweta Mohanti (2 {+n} {+d}) . This Year very few Hindi Medium Students came in under top 100 as compare to 2009 Civil Service Result, though we are very happy to inform that more than 50 Candidates in Hindi Medium are directly associated with NIRMAN IAS institute, who has crossed the line drawn by UPSC and captured reputed ranks.

According to Mr. Kamal Dev (Director, NIRMAN IAS INSTITUTE) an expert for guidance in History and General Studies, the trend for humanities subjects like History, Public Administration, Sociology, Geography, Hindi Literature and Philosophy has been increasing over the years and students of various streams and even Doctor and Engineers are opting for such subject.

History is doing extremely well if the writing is done in an analytical method, This year more than 40 students with History as optional subject from the institute have been selected in Civil Services.

The pattern of exam for the subject and General Studies in particular has seen a sea change. The emphasis in General Studies is now more on Current Affairs and applied aspect. Now merely bookish knowledge is not enough.

A candidate has to have an overview of the happenings around the globe and within the country, Considering new change in IAS Pre exam for 2011 aptitude test (CSAT) so we are introducing new scientific technique classes . In Nirman IAS we are having most expert faculties of each subject, who proved themselves in last three years like Mr. Kamal dev (Science & tech., I.R.), Mr. Sanjeev Verma (Economics), Rameshwar (Economics), Nadeem, Arun, Atul etc.

Mr. Kamal Dev emphasized that the charm for the Civil Services which was said to be declaring in the era of economic liberalization has in fact increased over the year and more people are opting for it. People having worked in multinational companies and private organization are interested in joining the civil services.

As student of different streams are taking humanities as optional subject the precise guidance is an important aspect. The change in stream required specific effort to complete the vast subject in time as well as change of attitude.

These are numbers of good quality institute which have been instrumental in the success of the candidates and shaping their future.

Among the different subject History is the most popular for Civil Services.

This year the institute has set a new standard and more than 40 students got selected with History as optional subject. According to the Director Kamal Dev, History is most marks fetching subject if student follows the right technique method and approach. This Year our student got jubillat mark in History, Gunjan Gupta (378), Rajender Meena (371), Parveen Kumar (322).

It is publically known that this year Result are not in favour of Hindi Medium are per expectation but NIRMAN IAS Registed more than 50 Hindi Medium Student in success list, which shows our committment, diligency. credibility and fairness to all deserving candidate since our establishment year 2007.

The Institute which was established in 2007 and within a short span of four years it has more than 175 selections (this year 52 selections) in the Civil Services. We are fully committed regarding GS History and CSAT as per UPSC syllabus with best faculty.

We will try our best to add more feathers in our cap in future. All rankers will be available time to time for your queries and guidance.

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