Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Age, Biography, Marksheet

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

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Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Biography

Hello everyone. Let me share some basic details about me.

  • I got UPSC CSE 2020 rank 69
  • First attempt
  • Optional: medical science
  • Started preparation in third year of MBBS
  • Took coaching from local Institute for basic syllabus completion (Abhimanu IAS coaching, chandigarh)
  • focused more on test series
  • gave attempt during internship, took extension of 1.5 months which i finished after mains.

Please scroll down for various strategies, notes and material.

Prelims Preparation Strategy by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Prelims is approaching round the corner. My strategy for prelims:

  1. Focus on test series and revision. Gave one test daily for 1 months before prelims. Noted down the wrong ques or extra points in a different notebook for revision.
  2. Give at least 4-5 csat tests. Attempt more questions. Take risk
  3. Revised static portions at least 2 times for all subjects. Note the difficulties in a separate notebook for revision.
  4. Keep note of marks and analyse the improvements.
  5. For current affairs, I followed vision IAS monthly of 1 year and revised each one 2 times. Didn’t go for PT 365.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Do a detailed study for every current affairs. Static within current is very important.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Form your own mnemonics for geography and maps. These important regions are frequently asked.

Prelims Booklist by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Book list for #prelims:

  1. Polity: lakshmikant + ncert class 11
  2. Economy: class notes + Economic survey
  3. Environment: shankar book
  4. Sci and tech: class notes
  5. Ancient medieval: notes + ncert from 6th class
  6. Modern history: spectrum + ncert
  7. Culture: notes + nitin singhania hand written notes
  8. Geography: notes + maps + ncert 11,12.
  9. Current affairs: vision monthly and test series questions

Here notes refer to my institute notes (abhimanu IAS academy, chandigarh)

Strategy for medical science optional by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Syllabus topics and pyq need to be done

I had less time to prepare for medical science. I preferred tearing pages from books of syllabus and stapled them together. (It was so difficult to tear off books 🥺)

Prepared notes for some topics which were not directly mentioned in books. Used to take help of Google.

Just Google name of topic and add slides there. It will be complete analysis of topic.
Eg. Sickle cell anemia slides etc.

I revised my notes on daily basis with my friend. We used to set targets to finish off topics and subjects. Started with anatomy(paper 1) and ended with psm(paper 2). We also did answer writing practice for various subjects.

Books that need to be referred are basic mbbs books that you referred during your graduation.

I gave one mock of paper 1 to check my preparation. It was difficult. I couldn’t complete the paper even in 3.5 hours.

I realized it is important to finish the paper first, and then content. Tried to shorten answers. Was able to finish both papers in actual mains.

I did few subjects like surgery, medicine and anatomy half before prelims. Rest all after prelims.

At the end, MEDICAL SCIENCE is an amazing optional. Go for it, you can do it well.
#medicalscience

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
A way of answer writing that I followed.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Sample answer for medicine ques. Used to do answer writing practice with a friend.

Ques related to asthma.

CSAT Preparation Strategy by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

CSAT plays a very important role in prelims. I know many aspirants who couldn’t make it because of CSAT even after clearing cutoffs in GS.

One of the main issue is , aspirants either focus on maths or comprehensions. You need to realise, both are important. More number of ques need to be attempted. Take the risk!!

I followed https://t.me/csatmantra_hindi and @csatmantraedu for CSAT preparations. The solution videos are amazing. If you scroll up and solve many questions, you will get confidence over maths.
For comprehensions, I practiced previous year ques and test series papers(Gave 4 tests of VisionIAS)

Don’t neglect. It hurts a lot when you clear the GS cutoff but setback in CSAT.

Do solve past 3-4 years upsc question papers and calculate marks. Get a rough idea of time management and no. Of questions to be attempted. This will help a lot.

UPSC Interview Transcript of Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Board: BB vyas sir
Mbbs, chandigarh, Haryana

Chairman: cheerful, smiling, encouraging
-What is medical ethics? Give 3 main characteristic ethics?
-Difference In confidentiality and privacy
-what is Haryana sex ratio at present?
-What haryana did to improve it?
-Latest Q1 economy analysis
-Is world economy recovering? Do you have any data?
-What is k shaped economy? What is V shaped economy?
-why K shaped?
-Laqshay program
-Imr high in a district. As an officer What will do for hospital to prevent mortality

M1: (meh faced but laughed in end)
-so how is chandigarh?
-Sukhna lake, there was shramdaan recently, why?
-what is the reason of siltation in lake? (Gave one reason, he explained another one which he wanted to hear)
-What is the meaning of open hand, the symbol of chandigarh.
-What is pre medical counseling (daf)
-Will you continue after coming in C.S.

M2: constantly smiling

  • Meaning of name
    -Are you like this?
    -Why ias
  • will you go for further studies and PG?
    -what you did after 2019
    -What we did in second wave
    -What could have been better

M3: very soft voice. Many times said to repeat.
-ever visited police station? Said No, it’s okay would have heard about it
-What can be done to improve police station? How to make it women friendly?
-How will you inspire girls to take policing
-Use of med sci knowledge in IPS ?

M4:
-what is special about jagadhri( said don’t know)
-Why haryana doing well in sports
-Can other states do it
-Why chd people are ruining Himalayas? Solutions?
-What policy can be done by HP in tourism to avoid it
-Can we limit No. Of tourist per day

Chairman: All the best for your future. Thank you.

Very cordial board. Mostly daf based.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Marksheet

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Marksheet
Ethics and optional(299) saved me. I was expecting more in Essay and interview. 💁🏻‍♀️
GS 3😔
Unpredictable totally

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Marksheet

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Marksheet
Prelims marks out. Cut off was near 92.5

Ethics Preparation Strategy by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Strategy for ethics: marks- 115

  1. Lexicon book, made notes from it
  2. Vision test series for practice
  3. Examples from various telegram channels.
  4. Pdf of quotes that i prepared. Will share here.
  5. For case studies, I referred toppers answer copies for basic understanding. But tried to frame it on my own.
    Hope my copies will help you in some way.

Importance of diagrams in medical science in UPSC CSE by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

  1. Takes less time to explain the concept.
  2. Less words than paragraphs
  3. Clean and well labeled enhances the presentation
  4. Shows the depth of knowledge regarding topic.

Must be practiced well to draw within lines and in a limited space.

Learn to write fast, veryyy fast. Must finish within time.

Please note: only sheets of VISION IAS institute are being used. I practiced answer writing with my friend on these sheets. No role of any institute here.

YouTube role in UPSC Preparation of Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

One should make good use of YouTube. Few channels like StudyIQ, Wion, Drishti channel, unacademy channel, etc. are very resourceful.

Concepts need to be very strong. So, if you are not able to understand anything(literally anything), just search it up on YouTube, excellent explanations are provided on various platforms.

Must for the interview preparations!! Can help you understand any issue in 5-6 minutes.

Do analyse your score in prelims mock tests. You have to accept the harsh truth that despite all the learning and preparations, you won’t be knowing more than 35-40 questions in the exam.

Learn to make a strategy. Analyse how to attempt ques, how many to leave, how many to mark blindly etc.

Never get disheartened by a poor score in mock. Instead be happy, you will get to learn a lot from that particular test.

Target 100+ in mocks. Frame your own strategy for attempting.

Mine was, “risk hai to isq hai”😀

I attempted 93 in actual prelims in GS, I knew only 30 ques for sure.

The art of note making is very important for this exam. Identify which pattern you are comfortable with, either offline or online.

I used to make offline notes.

Note making doesn’t mean you write down complete lines or make paragraphs.

Notes are something for quick revisions. Hit the bulls eye while noting down ONLY the important points shortly and innovatively with diagrams

I loved to make notes. I made notes out of Mains 365, test series questions, ethics lexicon, prelims difficult points, csat points, interview questions etc.

Will share some examples here on how to make good and efficient notes for beginners.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Features of NEP on a single page in such a form that it is very easy to glance at main features and revise easily in less time.
At the time of recall, you just want THE word so you can form sentences yourself. That word can come out easily from mind maps.

Notes Making strategy by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

It’s always suggested to make your own notes, because only you know,

‘What you know and what you don’t!!’

Don’t write what you already are comfortable with, only focus on those points which seem difficult for you.

This all should be customized as per your understanding.

Reverse learning:
An amazing trick to learn quickly and concisely.

Must be utilized well!!

It includes, learning from question-answers, from tests, from mistakes etc.

For ex.
A ques in prelims mock gets wrong. Suppose it was details about types of volcanoes.

You did it wrong because either you didn’t know anything about it or there is conceptual weakness.

So, instead of grieving over wrong, learn from the answer and solutions. Write down and understand the underlying fact/concept and keep on revising this.

You will learn a topic from questions. Similarly, 100 questions = 100 topics. Just refer the solutions and you are well versed with many unknown topics in less time.

Can also be done with mains test series.

“Do a detailed study of limited sources”

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Create your own maps and notes. This might look like “khichdi” to you, it was super helpful to me. I had this so well engraved in mind to learn various tiger reserves and their associated states.

There were so many questions on specific animals based on these parks. So I tried to accomodate that too.

Work hard but smartly!

Largest Tiger reserve, Nagarjunsagar srisilam, direct question in 2020 prelims from here.

Everyone is unique. Everyone has his/her own strength and weakness.

Don’t rely completely on someone’s strategy blindly. Just take away some good points, some notes, some methods and ultimately frame your own journey.

Aspirants often get confused in when to join test series, when to start answer writing, when to finish optional etc.

Ask yourself once. What you are good at and what you aren’t. 

If you are good in MCQs, prepare answer writing more often. If you find it difficult to handle MCQs, focus on prelims first.

If your optional is your graduation subject, be confident on this and plan accordingly. If totally new, give more time to adjust and learn.

If you like practicing more than just reading, give more tests. If you are not yet thorough with syllabus and learning,focus more on revising.

It totally depends on you. Just gather some points from various strategies available and adjust yours accordingly.

Good luck🙌

Last day Map revision is very helpful.

Tomorrow Revise all the maps you have done for prelims. Form an image of all the places and try to include mnemonics to remember sequences.

Good luck for prelims. Just relax and revise. Everything else is now already done. Have good food, stay healthy and alive🙌

How to get 140 plus marks in UPSC Prelims Exam by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Some points to consider (from someone who got 140s in Prelims in 2020):

  1. Whatever you could have studied, you have. At this point of time, have no regrets about number of revisions missed or number of tests remained unsolved. So don’t worry about it.
  2. Have COMPLETE faith in yourself. You have worked hard for this since last year, or more than that. Believe in your preparation. Tell yourself that you trust yourself completely.
  3. Imagine the examination hall vividly. Imagine every possible negative event – bad bench, teachers talking, seat near entry etc; and tell yourself you wont be affected by all these and you will focus only on the paper.
  4. Imagine how you want your mind to be at time of solving paper – calm and curious; these two attributes will help get the best out of you.
  5. Play the game ball by ball. One ball at a time. If a ball is bouncer, duck it. Dont be afraid of next balls because of one bouncer. Even if you cant solve 10 questions at a time, tell yourself you have 90 more of them.
  6. Dont celebrate too early. Dont be happy if you solve more than 40 questions in first iteration. Complacency is extremely dangerous in the exam hall. It can destroy your performance. Be very focused and composed till very end of exam.
  7. No matter a question may seem easiest and obvious, READ all options. Always.
  8. There is another one: treat the day as just another day. Treating the day as D day etc. builds pressure and anxiety. While treating the day as just another day in your life naturally builds comfort.
  9. Final one. When you have taken your seat, and while the paper is yet to be distributed, take some deep breaths for 2-3 minutes. It will be calming.

10th Oct is just another day. And UPSC CSE is just another exam.

Prelims 2021 was on a bit difficult side and more factual. Only a few above 100 scorers, mostly in 90-95 bracket or below it. Hopefully cutoff should be in similar range. If you are getting anything above 90, must start preparing for mains. Good luck.

Those who are targeting the next attempt, must learn! Any kind of randomness can be expected and you should prepare yourself for every scenarios.

Just know, ITS ALL RELATIVE.

Test series are of huge importance in entire preparation. Ever get confused on where to start and how to start, join a test series and follow the schedule. That will give you the desired push and then you can carry forward on your own.

For mains, Test series is extremely important. You need practice for writing for 6 hrs in a day. Time management, innovations, flowcharts etc need to become habit while practicing.

How to utilize mains test series in the best way FOR UPSC EXAM by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

1. Follow the schedule. At least try to! It’s difficult many times to finish the topics till the test. Just be determined to do your best and follow the pattern.

2. DO NOT give the test unprepared. Always prepare the syllabus, learn the topics and then give the test. No matter how much time it takes.

3. Give each test like it’s the final one. Never think it’s just a mock, I can write anything. Prepare well and be serious about it.

4. Be honest about the test. Don’t open books and write. Don’t Google questions to get insights. Learn to accept you can’t know everything. So prepare for that too.

5. INNOVATE, make this your habit.
Everyone writes similar answers. It’s your own creativity and presentation that will give you more marks than others.

6. Learn from toppers copy. No need to learn facts, lines. Learn the presentation. How they write in limited time and how they present in limited space.

7. Reverse learn. Test should be utilized to it’s very core. Not only the paper but the solutions. Read the solutions and find some good examples or quotes. Note them down in your own notes. Do value additions.

8. Don’t take marks seriously. No one is very clear about the marking pattern of UPSC. Just make sure, no blunders and a good presentation with diagrams. Rest, it’s all relative.

Good luck.

Sharing few pages of ethics notes to show you, how you can make effective notes for ethics.

Note the red pen used for quotes and good lines. Quotes are very important for ethics, they do the necessary value addition to questions.

Make flow charts, bubbles etc for better mindmaps and visualization

Focus on definitions and examples. Form a good definition by referring sources and then stick to that. Try to inculcate real life examples, personal preffered.

Note. Revise. Practice. Add on.

Also, MAKE YOUR OWN NOTES. Only they will be best for you.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
One of the first answers that I wrote.

Mistakes:
No margin drawn on sides. Write within margin. Learn to utilize space and limit yourself. Might have exceeded the word limit here

No time limit. Wrote this in 25 minutes.

Positive: followed an order. First significance is asked, so significance. Then identified, then characteristics.

Diagram is included.

I wrote this answer by looking at the notebook. This was to learn how to write and how to add points from basic material of notes.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

And this is how your answers become when you write in time limit, without looking anywhere, all prepared.

So go slow and learn as Much as you can.

Do prepare flow charts and diagrams in your notes. If they are in your notes, they will be in your answers.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Make good diagrams in notes itself. Don’t compromise over clarity and labelling. Practice and revise.
“If your notes have good diagrams, you exam will have too!!”
medicalscience

Try and make good use of internet (In a limited sense only)!

  1. Any difficult/new GS topic, search
    ‘Topic name UPSC’ and plenty of good articles will follow
  2. Any unclear or new medical science topic, if you will search directly you will have to face wiki and ncbi articles. Search “topic name slides” and go to image sections. Learn from there.
  3. Any map difficulty, search online. Amazing pictographic representations.

Investopedia for economy is so amazing. Pmf ias website for geography. Drishti articles for current affairs and new programs.

Youtube can explain any difficult topic in 5 minutes max.

  1. Read editorials online and make notes if you find anything important.
  2. Be smart but limited!

Good luck🙌

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
A diagram of changes in placental membrane in late pregnancy.
The ques was directly asked in mains 2020 in medical science.
I am sure 90% would have ignored it and didn’t make it in their notes. I studied from book itself so I was aware and it saved me.
Don’t comprise with your notes😁🙌
Book: Inderbir singh for embryology
medicalscience

Identify your weakness early and try to work on it as soon as possible.

I used to study history directly from spectrum. I read this book 3-4 times but wasn’t able to remember the facts and timeline.

So, took a big step to make notes out of it and set a good timeline in mind. I made notes of facts and anything I found difficult in this book.

This helped me gain confidence on history. At the end, satisfaction matters.

Find these methods YOURSELF, Find what is suitable to you. Take risks, innovate and be creative.

GS 1 Booklist by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

1. Modern India
-NCERTs
-Spectrum notes

2. Art and Culture
-Class 11 Fine Art Book
-Nitin singhania handwritten notes
-class notes
-Ncerts for ancient medieval

3. Post Independent India
-Vision supplementary material

4. World History
-Class notes (Ankush sir, chandigarh)

5. Geography
-Class 11 and 12 NCERTs
-PMF IAS Website
-Class notes (RP sir, chandigarh)

6. Society
-Class notes (abhimanuias chandigarh)
-vision mains 365

These were just basic notes. I made them specific by highlighting the topics mentioned in syllabus. Searched them on Google and tried to cover some dimensions.

Also, I used to make notes out of sample answers provided in vision test series. These helped a lot.

GS 2 Booklist by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

1. Polity
-Laxmikant (selective reading, made mains specific notes of it)
-mains 365
– searched topics mentioned in syllabus om internet and made notes

2. Governance and social justice
notes on syllabus mentioned from internet and Insights secure pdf
-mains 365

3. IR
-class notes(abhimanuias chandigarh)
-mains 365

Add ons from test series and telegram channels.

GS 3 booklist by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

1. Economy
-Google and class notes
-Economic Survey
-Vision mains 365

2. Security
-Class notes (abhimanuias chandigarh)
-Google for definition and examples
-vision mains 365

3. Disaster Management
-Vision mains 365
-Basic definitions google

4. Environment
-Vision Mains 365
-Google

5. Science
-Vision mains 365

Medical science optional book list by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Anatomy:
Bd chaurasia for gross anatomy
IB singh for embryology
IB singh for neuroanatomy

Physiology:
Guyton
Internet

Biochemistry:
Satyanarayan
Internet

Pharmacology:
Shenoy

Pathology:
Harshmohan

Microbiology:
Anantnarayan
Arora for parasitology

Forensic medicine:
Dr. Reddy
Biswas for selective flowcharts and diagrams

Community Medicine:
Park and park

Medicine:
Matthew’s
Flow charts from harrisons
Derma: neena khanna
Psychiatry: neeraj ahuja

Surgery:
SRB

Paeds:
Ghai

Obs and gynae:
Dutta for both

Try to refer to those books which you had in graduation itself. It will help more. Good luck
#medicalscience

Keep your timeline of Optional and GS proportionate.

Optional subject for this mains can be done regularly for three months, esp bulky syllabus like medical science.

Don’t just try to finish it off in one month. You will forget it if not revised regularly. Also, you will not get bored of doing just one subject daily.

Balance your GS test series and Optional practice in such a way that both are being done at enough pace.
Don’t give the test unprepared.

Try to finish all the syllabus and test series at least 15 days before mains exam. Good luck.

How to complete UPSC Main paper in 3 hours by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

Completing the mains paper in 3 hours is very difficult. Some tips i would like to share with you:

1. I used to attempt 15 markers first. So even if a question is left, it’s a 10 marker.

2. My division was nearly 2hr for 15 markers, 1 hr for all 10 markers.

3. Try to go through question paper really fast. Those which are very difficult and you are not aware, mark a circle and attempt them at last. Don’t waste time on them.

4. I used to make flow charts and diagrams to write fast. It used to save time.(only if you have them prepared with you)

5. Try to follow the demand of question from the very start. Introduction should lead towards the answer in 10 markers.

6. All average answers >> a few perfect answers

7. Do not leave any question unattempted. Keep a watch with you. Look at time in between and pace accordingly.

8. For last 2 questions, write really fast for just the demand of question.

9. Practice and practice and practice. No substitute for this.

10. Dont leave it to the exam hall. If you are attempting papers in 4hr here, no magic will happen there. Try to make your study area your exam hall.

Hope this helps you. Good luck

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes
Disaster management cycle
Whenever you find a good diagram, note it and keep it.
Diagrams can enhance your presentation at multiple levels.

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Notes

How to read monthly current affairs magazine effectively for UPSC CSE by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

1. Give a first reading. Underline what you feel is important. It’s okay if you don’t learn much during this reading.

2. Second reading needs to be given again word to word. Highlight the important keywords and points this time. Learn this time.

3. Third reading can be fast by reading the highlighted material only. Try to do this at least 2 times. Can be done before test. Revise

While you are reading ahead, keep revising the initial parts.

For ex. You are on page 25. Do go through 1-25 very fast and then start from 25.

By doing this revision exercise, you can grasp more and be thorough with the data given.

Good luck

Maps preperation strategy by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

~Book- oxford student atlas
~Geography notes (RP sir, chandigarh)
~Rest, help from internet

Go through ,as many as possible, mcq questions of geography. Try to learn the pattern of questions being asked.

Cover basic maps like caspian sea, black sea, deserts, rivers, world map etc.

For rest, whenever you come across a question, search that. Go to image section and download the images.

Keep all the images at one location.

Revise and revise!

For case studies: 

1. stick to demand of question.
2. try to include flow charts, tables etc. 
3. Keep yourself in that situation 
4. Think of any movie or story. What was all done? 
5. Prepare basic topics in advance like mob lynching, pollution, corruption, etc from toppers answer copies or any book. 
6. Practice!!

Use of test series for mains:

  1. try to attempt all the questions in desired time frame. Even 10 min extra can cost you there.
  2. More than content, writing practice in 3hr is very important. Presentation >>content.
  3. Analyse the solutions and add on extra points. Do the value additions.

Mains Preparation Strategy by Dr Akshita Gupta IAS

This post is for those who are writing Mains 2021.

Hello,

Keeping it short, here are 7 things you MUST do in next 4 days before you write first paper of CSM-21

  1. Sleep-wake cycle:
    Please get back to normal sleep-wake cycle. Sleep adequately and everyday. Yes, your productivity should be at peak in next week but at the same time ensure good-sound sleep. Wake up at 7am anyhow. Eat healthy food, drink more water than caffeine.
  2. What’s the agenda for next 4 days:
    Based on your own priorities, find your own agenda for next 4 days. Revise most important stuff as much as you can. Revise basic ratta wala stuff like basic Laxmikant, History content and other data related stuff etc, etc. But have a predetermined agenda for next 4days. And you have to revise entire GS in these days anyhow.
  3. Forget about optional now:
    Completely forget about the next set of papers of 15,16th January. Give dedicated 6 hours slot for Essay paper. Collect good content on major themes. Read toppers answer copies (both in Essay and GS)
  4. Write papers:
    In my opinion it would be a good exercise if you write a couple of mock papers in these days, may vary, I do not insist. Not at all 😂
  5. Figure out:
    How are you going to reach the exam centre, what if there will be COVID-19 restrictions, what all stuff do you need to carry? Water bottles or not? Etc, etc. Do it now so that when everything will go south on the day of exam, you will be confident.
  6. Faith fights fear:
    Anxiety, fear and frustration is natural. You must be feeling whether you will pass or not? Is your prep sufficient? What is remaining will definitely not be asked 😝
    At this point of time no matter how clichéd it sounds but you are going do best, the best of what you imagine, just have faith and hope.
    Remember in the end it is not about losing or winning the battle on the ground but it’s definitely about winning the battle in your mind.
  7. As of now there will be no postponement of CSM21. In my opinion it won’t happen. Just prepare yourself for the fact that may be, May be everything wrong and uncertain might actually happen on D-Day. But, You don’t have to bother about such things, always control the controllable.

I hope, for all of you, irrespective of the outcome, this CSM-21 will be one hell of an experience.
And, yes,
When you are writing, write like you have nothing to leave.!

Best wishes,
Kaptaan 🙏🏼

P.S.
Try to attempt all the questions, push yourself in the exam and Innovate in your answers as much as you can.!

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS DAF

Dr Akshita Gupta IAS Mains DAF
Most important portion of Daf II. Sharing mine here with you.
Its okay to leave a column but don’t overdo or lie on daf.
Try to specify your hobbies. I have added pre medical counseling to quora. It limits the wider space.
Keep it all genuine. Reflect on your life, think and then choose.
Good luck.

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