Civil Services Mains 2020 Results: In or Out ? Way ahead, gratitude and Pain - ForumIAS

Civil Services Mains 2020 Results: In or Out ? Way ahead, gratitude and Pain

The Civils Mains result has been declared. This thread is for sharing your grief , joy , mixed feelings - absolutely anything and everything.



jack_Sparrow,musaand61 otherslike this
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Will say I too am in a similar condition as that of yours. I am apalled thinking how I will overcome things.

Bubba_gump,EUROPOL
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@vndb1995 I felt the same as my mother is also working so that I can study (but your situation is way more serious than me since my father also earns little bit and I gave only second attempt)...she was waiting for me to clear this exam and get a job so that she can resign and take a rest as she used to do the same few years ago, but I failed her and now, she will have to continue doing that for at least 1 more year. I pray for you to god. I will hope that you will get some good job in the interim period till you clear this exam. Have faith in yourself, that's all I can say.


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Kaun se exam ke liye apply kr sakte hain abhi?


The quickest way to get empLoyed outside private sector?

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Neend nhi aa rhi ya shayad sone ka man nhi krta. Been this way since last 2-3 years.
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@Charlie Many people are not aware about Development Sector jobs which one can get in not that difficult way. 
Check out ngobox.org. Many jobs/Fellowships/ internships are there which may be provided by the Private Company but you work on a government project for welfare of people.


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Out. PubAd :/ 

3rd attempt. First two attempts were with job and couldn't make it through prelims itself. So, quit job in Oct, 2019 & been on it full time ever since. 

Mistakes - Not completing Ethics & Optional comprehensively before Prelims itself; 

Areas I feel the need to improve most in exam - completing ethics paper within time; Addressing Optional paper 1 in a crisp manner; 

Since Jan, I was deeply concerned whether to return to job or not. But, as the next mains is barely 6 months away, I'm deciding to hold on for the next one and giving my best shot at it. 

Alongside, if I'm fortunate enough, I'll also try to make it into RBI Mains, EPFO & NABARD. But, at any cost, I'm aiming for a closure from this full-time studies within 6 months. 

Rbi result has been out for 10 days, in case u didn't know.

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Geography optional ... out (first mains, second attempt) ... Cried after a long time. I had bought a new pair of shoes and socks for my upcoming interview. I have made notes on most of the topics I mentioned in my DAF-I. I started forming opinions on issues so as to present them in the personality test. Everybody in my family was hoping that I'll clear this exam and I performed to the best of my abilities in the exam, still, I could not make it through. Only the mark sheet can tell, what went wrong. Definitely, I will analyze my mistakes few days and come back stronger. I am one of them who doesn't have backup plans. Today's result felt like a death to me. It's very hard to digest. 

I am taking this exam without any coaching and that is why I feel sometimes that I lack guidance. And my weak financial conditions also don't permit me to waste my parents' hard-earned money. I have very limited career options, I had a strategy of only focusing on this exam but now, I am going to change it and I will start appearing in other exams. Thank you guys for reading my thoughts as I thought this is the only good way to just speak out whatever is there on my mind.

I feel the biggest handicap I handed myself in my attempts was to having a negative outlook towards going for coaching etc. Although the irony is that in this last attempt joined one and it did not benefit the way I wanted. The gap I wanted to plug remained. So I was proved right as well. Would have been hilarious if not personally so tragic as to have wasted 6 years.

Sheep,
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The sadness is seeping in slowly through a now thick skin.
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Sad and disappointed parents. Mummy I m.sorry. I won't say this to u. But u being sad is the only thing that makes me sad. The thick.skin fails.
Sapien,Auroraand12 otherslike this
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Bhookh lagti hai to khaane ka man nhi krta. Neend aati hai to sone ka man nhi. Kimkartavyavimoodha.
IamThat,duskendale
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@Charlie bhai i can understand ur feeling...me too feeling the same way... dnt knw how to move forward


KGPIAN,
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Geography optional ... out (first mains, second attempt) ... Cried after a long time. I had bought a new pair of shoes and socks for my upcoming interview. I have made notes on most of the topics I mentioned in my DAF-I. I started forming opinions on issues so as to present them in the personality test. Everybody in my family was hoping that I'll clear this exam and I performed to the best of my abilities in the exam, still, I could not make it through. Only the mark sheet can tell, what went wrong. Definitely, I will analyze my mistakes few days and come back stronger. I am one of them who doesn't have backup plans. Today's result felt like a death to me. It's very hard to digest. 

I am taking this exam without any coaching and that is why I feel sometimes that I lack guidance. And my weak financial conditions also don't permit me to waste my parents' hard-earned money. I have very limited career options, I had a strategy of only focusing on this exam but now, I am going to change it and I will start appearing in other exams. Thank you guys for reading my thoughts as I thought this is the only good way to just speak out whatever is there on my mind.

I feel the biggest handicap I handed myself in my attempts was to having a negative outlook towards going for coaching etc. Although the irony is that in this last attempt joined one and it did not benefit the way I wanted. The gap I wanted to plug remained. So I was proved right as well. Would have been hilarious if not personally so tragic as to have wasted 6 years.

Started prep after 2 years of job which means zilch now. So total.8 years down the drain.

gohilvishal912,
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@Charlie in the same boat bro...... Its 3:30 and i am still thinking what went wrong....papers went satisfactorily this time...i was hopeful... didn't even cleared sc cut off... It was 2nd attempt... 2nd mains.....now wait for the scorecard will be most painful


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Just move on buddies. Life is too short for regrets. Even Dr. Kalam couldn't make it through the SSB. But he went on to be the Supreme Commander of the force in which he was trying to enter. You don't know what you are destined for. Just keep rolling.

Aurora,Rikzand5 otherslike this
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Geography optional ... out (first mains, second attempt) ... Cried after a long time. I had bought a new pair of shoes and socks for my upcoming interview. I have made notes on most of the topics I mentioned in my DAF-I. I started forming opinions on issues so as to present them in the personality test. Everybody in my family was hoping that I'll clear this exam and I performed to the best of my abilities in the exam, still, I could not make it through. Only the mark sheet can tell, what went wrong. Definitely, I will analyze my mistakes few days and come back stronger. I am one of them who doesn't have backup plans. Today's result felt like a death to me. It's very hard to digest. 

I am taking this exam without any coaching and that is why I feel sometimes that I lack guidance. And my weak financial conditions also don't permit me to waste my parents' hard-earned money. I have very limited career options, I had a strategy of only focusing on this exam but now, I am going to change it and I will start appearing in other exams. Thank you guys for reading my thoughts as I thought this is the only good way to just speak out whatever is there on my mind.

I feel the biggest handicap I handed myself in my attempts was to having a negative outlook towards going for coaching etc. Although the irony is that in this last attempt joined one and it did not benefit the way I wanted. The gap I wanted to plug remained. So I was proved right as well. Would have been hilarious if not personally so tragic as to have wasted 6 years.

Started prep after 2 years of job which means zilch now. So total.8 years down the drain.

And 4 years of graduation mean shit now. 12 years out of 30. 40 percent life of utter garbage. The way forward is to make 100% of tomorrow count.

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Geography optional ... out (first mains, second attempt) ... Cried after a long time. I had bought a new pair of shoes and socks for my upcoming interview. I have made notes on most of the topics I mentioned in my DAF-I. I started forming opinions on issues so as to present them in the personality test. Everybody in my family was hoping that I'll clear this exam and I performed to the best of my abilities in the exam, still, I could not make it through. Only the mark sheet can tell, what went wrong. Definitely, I will analyze my mistakes few days and come back stronger. I am one of them who doesn't have backup plans. Today's result felt like a death to me. It's very hard to digest. 

I am taking this exam without any coaching and that is why I feel sometimes that I lack guidance. And my weak financial conditions also don't permit me to waste my parents' hard-earned money. I have very limited career options, I had a strategy of only focusing on this exam but now, I am going to change it and I will start appearing in other exams. Thank you guys for reading my thoughts as I thought this is the only good way to just speak out whatever is there on my mind.

I feel the biggest handicap I handed myself in my attempts was to having a negative outlook towards going for coaching etc. Although the irony is that in this last attempt joined one and it did not benefit the way I wanted. The gap I wanted to plug remained. So I was proved right as well. Would have been hilarious if not personally so tragic as to have wasted 6 years.

Started prep after 2 years of job which means zilch now. So total.8 years down the drain.

And 4 years of graduation mean shit now. 12 years out of 30. 40 percent life of utter garbage. The way forward is to make 100% of tomorrow count.

Hansi aa rhi hai khud pr

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The best decision I took off late was to join MA philosophy at ignou in Sept. Have always wanted to do PhD. That to me has an aura of achievement around it. Can give UGC NET in December I guess? Age wise JRF ke liye I will get only this attempt. Don't know what or how of it, but hazily that's the way I guess? Can give uppcs. Ek optional bhi prepare ho jaega aise. thinking very theoretically or as the euphemism is, thinking logically. Daddy retires in 2 weeks.. that's a practical concern. And I m a deer caught in headlights. 


Have one attempt left at IFoS, the other good decision of 2020 perhaps, to not apply for both exams mindlessly. Maths padhun uske liye? To do from scratch joining a coaching I guess is the most optimum way. To finance that a job..

Maximus_,
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You're meant for something better man. Do a PhD if thats what you really wanted to do. You have abundant opportunities in life. 


ssver2,Maximus_
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upsc ko namewise results nikalne chahiye..atleast phonecalls to pareshan nahi karte early morning 
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Out with PSIR. 5th attempt, 2nd mains.

Felt like this mains went well, don’t know what went wrong and what to fix.

Heartbroken!

I wish i hadn’t wasted two precious attempts in a naive relationship.Will try one last time this year.

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