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    Take One Day At A Time for Preparation of WBCS Exam.

    WBCS পরীক্ষার প্রস্তুতির জন্য – ।

    “Make each day your masterpiece” – John Wooden

    A valuable lesson of life encapsulated so simply in one line. To understand it deeply, is moving a step closer to your destiny of becoming an ‘WBCS’.Continue Reading Take One Day At A Time for Preparation of WBCS Exam.

    What will fetch you success? With the same denomination of 24 hours in hand, your success depends on, how you spend it. The value that is being put into every hour of the day, is the value you are creating for your future.

    As a civil service aspirant, the quality of the efforts that you put in today, will be reflected in the quality of your whole preparation. This, is rather an underrated concept. How can you expect success after a year of preparation, when you failed to create success in every day of it. Remember, a beautiful necklace of pearls is only made, by beautifully weaving every piece of pearl in the string.

    Often times, aspirants become too anxious of the end results and this becomes their biggest pitfall. A considerable amount of their invaluable time and energy is digressed towards worrying about the future. This mars their possibility of crafting a productive present. As a dire consequence, stress and negativity start to pile up which ultimately throws them into the vicious circle of inaction and worry.

    The way out from this infinite loop is to develop the muscle of working consistently and developing the mind-set of ‘making each day count’. Work with all your might today, as there is no tomorrow that you know off. When in each day of your journey, you will be in the habit of making it a masterpiece, undoubtedly the end result has to be a masterpiece itself. The cumulative success earned every day, will definitely deliver a massive sum of it in the end. Focus on making your today fruitful and the rest will take care of itself. Remember, leaders and achievers are not born overnight. They live each day as a leader and achiever, before finally becoming one.

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    9 Comments

    1. Amit Dutta says:

      1. Sir, I am a pass graduate and score only 44% .Now I am preparing for the wbcs exam.Can this poor academic marks make any barrier in wbcs exam especially in interview?
      2. What is the medium of interview in wbcs? 3.why do you stop the toppers’ interview section?

      1. admin says:

        Past Marks do not matter.
        Medium is English & Bengali.
        Will start the interview…

    2. Amit Dutta says:

      1. Sir, I am a pass graduate and score only 44% .Now I am preparing for the wbcs exam.Can this poor academic marks make any barrier in wbcs exam especially in interview?
      2. What is the medium of interview in wbcs? 3.why do you stop the toppers’ interview section?

      1. admin says:

        Past Marks do not matter.
        Medium is English & Bengali.
        Will start the interview…

    3. Rj says:

      I am a honours graduate in zoology and so I have selected Zoology as my optional subject for Wbcs.i have prepared my notes according to the syllabus but I recently Heard that Psychology and anthropology is more scoring than Zoology.is it so?

    4. Rj says:

      I am a honours graduate in zoology and so I have selected Zoology as my optional subject for Wbcs.i have prepared my notes according to the syllabus but I recently Heard that Psychology and anthropology is more scoring than Zoology.is it so?

    5. Raksha says:

      Sir/ma’m I have opted zoology as my optional subject for wbcs mains.I have heard other people Say that anthropology would have been a better choice.is it so? Is my decision of opting zoology wrong?

      1. admin says:

        See our post on how to choose optional subject?

    6. Raksha says:

      Sir/ma’m I have opted zoology as my optional subject for wbcs mains.I have heard other people Say that anthropology would have been a better choice.is it so? Is my decision of opting zoology wrong?

      1. admin says:

        See our post on how to choose optional subject?

    7. Sampa Bhattacharjee says:

      what is the maximum age limit from 2018 onward for WBCS group A exam?

    8. Sampa Bhattacharjee says:

      what is the maximum age limit from 2018 onward for WBCS group A exam?

    9. Souvik says:

      What is the average number of seats in Group A for General category?
      kindly reply

    10. Souvik says:

      What is the average number of seats in Group A for General category?
      kindly reply

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