Thursday, May 30, 2013

For nine silly ideas, who once were knights
For gold, stretched with crystal ice
For blots of ink, and swings of sword
For black lettered pages, for wine coloured nights
For hope, for laughter, for the greener side
For the hunger still unsatisfied
For smoke filled dungeons, and tamed green dragons
For hills, for rivers, for the surging tide.
The division bell rings and it's time to sing
Requiem for the dream that'd never suffice.



- That's how I remember the FC at LBSNAA...and the gang of nine who made it unforgettable.

12 comments:

  1. Nice lines. I have been following your blog recently and I must say it gives valuable inputs for the preparation. I am working with BOI as marketing executive and planning to write 2014 exam. Just one question how did u manage to read so many books. Since i know all of them are required for the preparation. But been a working professional its difficult to find time to read each book from cover to cover. It would be great help if you could share your email id. Regards Aastha

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    1. Reading each book from cover to cover is neither required, nor advisable. You would have to zero in on what is important, keeping the syllabus prescribed by UPSC in mind. My id is kt.iitkgp@gmail.com

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  2. Sir, What service have you chosen-IAS or IFS? If IFS, then your motivations for the same? I have cleared Prelims, and have to fill the Mains form now....making a proper choice creates dilemma in mind. So, any inputs from your side would be immensely helpful.

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    1. It is a personal decision that you would have to make. Visit this page to know more about IFS and assess whether diplomacy is your cup of tea : http://ifsdream.weebly.com/

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  4. hello sir,
    First of all thanks for your this motivational blog for me. I am professional guy and want to prepare for CSE but finding difficult in managing time. Plz, can u share with us how to manage our valuable time. plz can u share your mail id for futures aspirants help.
    Thanks & Regards
    Arvind

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  5. good evening sir , very impressed after reading u r stint towards success and especially u r writing style (essay) , sir can u guide me how to develop that vocabulary and style of writing . i also write poems but want to acheive u r level. help sir.
    thank you

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    1. Reading quality material would go a long way in adding to your armoury of words.

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  6. surely difficult to understand ..... please try simple words sir ...
    http://www.IASaspirants.com

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  7. Hello sir,
    I have appeared for 2013 upsc mains exam....n my doubt is wat do I do next.....m totally clueless on the future course of preparation....shud I strt preparing fr interview frm now only or shud I first cover certain things which I cud nt cmplt till nw...n m also pretty blank abt hw my papers went n too scared abt d results....if I strt preparing fr interview den hw shud I go abt it in d beginning so dat I get a hang of it...

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    1. Work on the personal profile that you have submitted to UPSC. The interview board would have your CV with them. All questions emanate from there. Be informed about current affairs.

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  8. Apologies for the late reply guys. Lately, I have been very infrequent on this blog. In case you still need to get in touch, my id is kt.iitkgp@gmail.com

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