[CAPF Lady Topper] Tanu Shree Pareek Rank 194: B.Tech, Bikaner, NCC certificate

CAPF 2013 Tanu Shree

[CAPF Lady Topper] Tanu Shree Pareek Rank 194: B.Tech, Bikaner, NCC certificate

  1. CAPF Topper Profile
  2. Education
  3. Introduction
  4. Electronic Vs Paper material
  5. Tempo and style
  6. GS and Aptitude paper
  7. Accuracy in GS paper
  8. Descriptive paper
  9. Four Essays
  10. CAPF Physical Efficiency Test
  11. Interview by UPSC Panel
  12. UPSC Interview Transcript
  13. After the interview
  14. Service preference
  15. Credit: Friends/family
  16. Bogus Marketing Propaganda

CAPF Topper Profile

Name Tanu Shree Pareek
Rank in CAPF-2013 194
Roll No. 37994
Age 22
No. of previous attempts in CAPF 0
Home town/city Bikaner
Work-experience if any
other competitive exams

including success & failures

RAS, ICS
coaching/postal material (if used) Aspire classes
  • Hobbies
  • Extra-Curricular Activities
Badminton, Adventure Tourism,
Do you have NCC certificate? Yes

Education

% in class 10 81%
% in class 12 81%
Schooling (Medium) Hindi
Graduation course & % B.Tech 74.50%
College & batch-year 2012
Post-graduation 2014
Any professional courses

Introduction

Q. Tell us something about yourself and your family. When and why did you enter in the competitive exam field?

CAPF 2013 Tanu Shree

Ans. I belong from a service class family, My father is veterinarian and mother is housewife. It was in final year of engineering when my colleagues were preparing for either GATE / MBA / or to join IT industry. Though I got campus placement in TCS in my final year but it wasn’t the job I wanted to be in. In my college I joined NCC and actively took part in all of its activities including firing, horse riding, piloting, camping.
It was then I get influenced form UNIFORM. I decided to join Police force .  So it was not a childhood dream or so, just after completing my B.Tech I started my journey and completed it in one Go .

Electronic Vs Paper material

Q. In recent times, there is spur in electronic material- blogs, sites, pdfs, RSS-feeds. Many aspirants feel bogged down by this information overload. So, how much do you rely on electronic material and how much on the paper material (Books, newspapers)? If possible narrate a typical day in your studylife. What is your style of preparation (e.g. I continue making notes no matter what I’m reading, I just read multiple times but don’t maintain notes, I make mindmaps on computer …or xyz style)

Ans. I am comfortable with paper material, you can say its just because I got habitual of it. When ever I take reference from online data , if its in pdf format or long enough I used to take print out of that for reading. For quick search data I jolt down thinks on paper .

Reading through electronic device have its own merits but it can also happen that a fine day you get up and find your system software get crushed or any memory/hardware/software/malware related problem then you are left with nothing. And this had happened with me once in my college time. So I go for easy and comfortable paper material.

Regarding notes making it depends. If you are not having much time just high light important stuff and write down additional information in blank space.

If you are in initial stage of preparation it is advisable to make short notes of NCERTs.

For newspaper, notes making is must otherwise you will end up with bulk of newspaper cuttings and at last trashing them. Make 5 compartments of a big notebook with sections of Economy, Polity, Sports, International relation and S&T. or make notes Date wise.

Tempo and style

Q. People know what books and syllabus topics are to be prepared. But most of them lack consistency in their preparation. So, how did you keep study momentum going on? How do you fight against the mood swings and distractions?

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