Candidates should develop mental ability to understand extensive concepts instead of focusing just on the subject, said Deputy Director of District Food and Civil Supply Department
“Self-assessment is the best option before candidates who aim to excel in competitive exams,” said Deputy Director of District Food and Civil Supply Department Dr K Rameshwarappa.
He was delivering a lecture on welfare programmes introduced by the state government at the competitive exam workshop organised for IAS, KAS aspirants at Kavery Auditorium recently. The event was organised by the Karnataka State Open University.
To excel in competitive examinations, a candidate should develop his/ her mental ability to understand the extensive concepts instead of focusing just on subject-oriented studies. Besides, building confidence and self-respect also helps achieve ones goals, he opined.
Emphasizing on government policies, he said, poverty, hunger and unemployment remained unchanged in the society due to lack of commitment from the bureaucracy. “Everyone needs to focus on elimination of inequality and for the upliftment of the downtrodden,” he said.
The government has introduced welfare policies like Anna Bhagya, Ksheera Bhagya, Vidyasiri and many more which intends to eradicate inequality and ensure social justice, irrespective of caste or creed.
Assistant Professor of Maharani College Centre for Post- Dr P N Hemachandra spoke about the importance of general knowledge in competitive exams. About 250 aspirants from across Mysuru took part in the workshop.
District Food and Civil Supply Department Deputy Director Dr K Rameshwarappa delivering a talk on ‘Welfare programmes introduced by state government’ at competitive exams workshop organised for IAS, KAS aspirants at KSOU.