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UPSC topper''s success mantras

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India is a wrong place for you
by SHARAD on Jun 10, 2009 10:55 PM

Either you will become one of them or get lost and meaningless. We have seen so many like you. Do not underestimate India, it will swallow you and your dreams without you knowing it.

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Raj Ochani
by Raj Ochani on Jun 10, 2009 10:43 PM

Hope you get this message -
I have seen & met lots of TOP GOVT OFFICERS.
Ultimately MONEY takes the precedents of their job rather then HELP to people & easing the lives of people.

Hope you do not turn like one of them..

Energetic / Enthu - will be initial phase - but later it will turn like - LET US CAPITALISE ON THE POSITIONS. like NETAS -

I am one of IT guy with CA as my background.

However become SAD when I see such people like you exploiting their positions -

Do take care. BEST OF LUCK.


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deepak aggarwal
by deepak aggarwal on Jun 10, 2009 10:43 PM

This is an excellent success story for so many to get inspired. I feel jealous because I couldnt do it. Shubhra, the real hard works begins now. Work with the most rotten system but still come out as winner, needs lots and lots od patience. Best of Luck always..

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heavy bison
by heavy bison on Jun 10, 2009 10:29 PM

Wow....now that is inspirational...

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Jimmy G
by Jimmy G on Jun 10, 2009 10:22 PM  | Hide replies

Civil services exams should be eradicated. Govt. must bring in professionals from B- School , from private companies to manage. All the present candidates selected will do nothing but increase corruption. Here she is talking about Bihar and take it in writing, in next 10 yr. she will be vying for some big shot property in US or Singapore. These bureaucrats will never ever care for India. They are ready to send their children abroad for studies but would never care to make India a new U.S.

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Raj Ochani
by Raj Ochani on Jun 10, 2009 10:29 PM
Yes - because this way professionals will take over the core jobs ..

No - because this way even common meticulous people can have an opportunity of heading the bigs positions in Govt.


i) such professionals can do anything & everything without being at that positions - if they have to help the public services.

ii) Such professional loose motivations too quickly - & turn on to CORRUPTION - hence PROFESSIONALS WILL BE MISFITS.

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by abhishek on Jun 10, 2009 10:50 PM
OH Mr jimmy please dont tell me that these so corporates are not involved in bribing the breaucrats..... infact corporates are the biggest thiefs whenever the question of income tax comes up? what about satyam and us 64 and hometrade and hoffland and endless list of fraudsters that are still roaming out free.

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anbarasu jayaraman
by anbarasu jayaraman on Jun 10, 2009 10:42 PM
Present system to go. There is no political or any other influence now in selection process.

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Vijay Kurhade
welcome to corrupt class; Indian Babus n Netas
by Vijay Kurhade on Jun 10, 2009 10:11 PM

welcome to corrupt class; Indian Babus n Netas

no wonder educated class prefers white colour jobs in private sector than joining ranks of corrupt and inefficients.
Nichood dala hain poore desh ko inlogone

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Akash Baruah
Inviting trouble?
by Akash Baruah on Jun 10, 2009 09:56 PM  | Hide replies

Yeah, after the initial euphoria of getting into IAS dies down you will realize that you have suddenly been allotted some god forsaken cadre(I really hope not) and spend the rest of you life managing a long distance relationship with your family. Never the less, wish you all the best. By the way, you took civil services to serve the country or your own ego? Be honest. Good luck, chao!

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KV sridhar
Re: Inviting trouble?
by KV sridhar on Jun 10, 2009 10:30 PM
Mr. Barua,
Whatever may be the intention ..it is important that she gives 100% effort. No one is ego less..Some amount of self esteem is necessary fro human survival. Anyways What I mean is lets just hope she does her job well and help the country move forward.

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vasamsetti kiran
great one
by vasamsetti kiran on Jun 10, 2009 09:33 PM

u have achieved a great feat.now just focus on serving people.

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