Tips for the MPPSC Interview preparation
The interview board is looking for a person with an honest approach, sincerity of purpose and willingness to work hard. A few qualities that are expected for a Civil Servant are :
- Honesty and integrity
- Intellectual as well as moral
- Positive attitude towards life
- A balanced personality, can take balance decisions
- Presence of Mind
- Awareness and concern for socio economic issue
- Clear, cohesive and logical thinking with balance of judgement
- Basic human quality of humanity patience and maturity
- Decision making ability
- Leadership qualities
- Ability to work under pressure
What to prepare for interview:
Interview is basically a personality test. There is no specific syllabus for interview; the board could ask anything to assess your personality. Tell the questions are mostly from four board groups, which are mentioned below one should prepare this topic thoroughly
Questions about you:
Your name, its meaning, date of birth if it concise with some great days, you should have depth knowledge about your birth place district and state, educational background and Institutions attended, family background, previous job experiences, hobbies, your reason for going to the Civil Services.
Questions about your educational background –
1. Subjects you studied in your school or college
2. your optional subject
General knowledge questions:
Questions from current affairs latest development recent headlines. We should remember that interview is not a knowledge test. Our knowledge has already been tested in the mains exam. Hear our views matters on various issues and how you present them.
Common sense questions:
There are certain question ask to taste your common sense, general Intelligence, mental alertness, decision making power. You should have sufficient knowledge, have the confidence that you can take a most of the questions in a natural way.
Stay away from negative influences including such friends group that demotivate you and drag you down.
Planning is all about maximizing the outcomes of the efforts. what not to study is also important then what to study.