The candidates will be provided with Two Simulated Interview by panel of experts. The panel consists of eminent faculty members & bureaucrats having experience in training on analytical ability and supporting the students in their final selection.
Please note, that the candidates who are desirous in joining the IGP should book the date & timing in advance. Also, candidates are advised to bring their bio-data & two recent passport size photographs.
About Interview or Personality Test of UPSC
The interview for the IAS Academy in Delhi also known as the personality test. It is aimed at assessing the candidate’s personality and suitability for the services.
The candidate is tested for his/her intelligence, personality, attentiveness, presentation, communication skills, body language towards different issues, answering technique, balance of judgments, honesty, integrity and leadership. Thus, preparation for the Interview requires a proper planning.
The selectors look out for some attributes in the candidate and decide whether they are suited for a career in civil services. The candidate ought to have a useful angle, ought to have associate degree alert mind with fast reflexes, ought to be free from any type of prejudice, ought to be smart at creating speedy call and may have the flexibility to act underneath stress.
Preparation for the Interview involves a wide reading of books, journals, magazines & newspapers. One should improve their conversational skills with proper ready to answer questions on his/her background, hobbies and extra curriculum activities. It is always better to discuss current affairs and recent issues with family & friends prior to your interview date.
One good way of rehearsing possible questions would be to have mock interviews and discussion groups. IAS Coaching in Delhi candidates should make a self assessment of their strengths and weaknesses and make a conscious effort to lead the interview on his strengths.
Tips for Interview
1. To have a positive body language
2. To have a good personal turnout and ensuring the right posture
3. To answer questions clearly and confidently
4. Eye contact should be maintained to show that you are listening attentively
5. Try to remain calm and composed even when faced with provocative questions
6. Try not getting into long winded explanations and answer to the point.
Things to Avoid at the Interview
• Avoid the phrase like, 'I am sorry.'
• Avoid phrase, like: 'as you know', 'that's correct', 'of course', 'indeed', 'obviously', etc.
• Maintain a cheerful disposition. Now and then you can appear serious according to the situation and answers.
• Show human concern in the answers when needed.
• One should be logically consistent and analytical in answering.
Areas of questions asked at the interview
• Relating to your name
• Career choice.
• Hot topics of recent days
• Your knowledge level if you are a professional like doctor, lawyer, engineer etc.
• Situational questions
• The Order of choice of services
• About your Educational institution, it’s location & history
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