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Diligent planning needed to crack IAS
Cooperative Societies Special Commissioner J Murali said success in the civil services examination was easy, if the candidates work hard work with meticulous planning.
Guntur: Cooperative Societies Special Commissioner J Murali said success in the civil services examination was easy, if the candidates work hard work with meticulous planning. He addressed a meeting organised at the ZP conference hall in Guntur city on Thursday to create awareness among the candiates on the methods of preparation to the coveted services.
The AP Gazetted Officers JAC and Dr P V Lakshmanaiah IAS Study Circle jointly hosted the meeting. Speaking on this occasion, J Murali suggested the IAS aspirants study in a planned way to get success.
State Gazetted Officers JAC chairman K.V.Krishnaiah said that his aim is to get success of more candidates in IAS examinations from the two Telugu states and added that for this purpose they were conducting awareness meeting.
Dr. Lakshmaiah, the chairman of the Dr P V Lakshmaiah IAS Study Circle, said if aspirants work hard they will quality in the IAS and urged the youth prepare for IAS with great commitment. AISF state president Mahamkali Subba Rao and others were present.