New Delhi, India, July 18, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- With a motive to spread more awareness about Civil Services and encourage the aspirants to follow the path of their dreams, Chanakya IAS Academy organized a workshop on Civil Services Examination at Chanakya IAS Academy, (Guwahati branch) located in Silpukhuri, Assam, on 16th of July 2016. The session began at 11am and continued until 2pm. Khumanthem Diana Devi, (AIR 24, CSE 2015) addressed the Civil Services Aspirants at the workshop and shared mantras to achieve success in Civil Services Examination.
With the workshop, Chanakya IAS Academy endeavored to help participants clear their doubts and directly interact with the successful candidates to know their journey to success and comprehend the right strategy and steps to excel in the most competent and prestigious Civil Services Examination. Under the guidance of Success Guru AK Mishra, Successful candidate from Guwahati, Khumanthem Diana Devi encouraged the Civil Services Aspirants to do away their fears, confusions and doubts so that they could devote undivided attention to the preparation to notch up their desired success. She shared deep insights about Civil Services Examination, examination pattern and also shed light on the entire syllabus of Pre and Mains along with the interview.
The purpose of the workshop was to motivate the students and to help them by removing their dilemmas that might hinder their path to success while preparing for Civil Services. The Seminar also aimed to open up the mind of the students and to make them think like an administrator, with is quintessential quality for cracking UPSC. The session also encouraged participants to bring forth their queries and get them cleared up by the successful candidate, Diana, under the guidance of Success Guru AK Mishra.
When they talked to Khumanthem Diana Devi (IAS, AIR 24, CSE 2015) on this, she open heartedly expressed her words of praise towards Success Guru AK Mishra and Chanakya IAS Academy for invaluable guidance and support which helped her got through in the country's most competitive examination. She also wished the future aspirants all the best.