Mangaluru: Civil service exam orientation held at World Konkani Centre

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Jul 3: "A person should have a goal and one can reach it with hard work and efforts," said Zilla Panchayath CEO Dr Kumar, IAS.

He was speaking after inaugurating UPSC/IAS orientation for beginners organized by the Konkani Bhas Ani Sanskriti Pratisthan at World Konkani Centre, Shakthinagar on Sunday, July 3.

"An individual should have concern for society. In life, an individual has two paths, good and bad but one should choose only the good," he added.

"To realise the dream to be a civil service officer, one should work hard. Setting a goal, and making efforts to realize the dream is important and positive thoughts to reach the goal will yield good results in your career," he added.

Stating that the aspirants of civil service give up their emotions and unwanted desires while preparing for the examinations, he said "Seize all your emotional feelings."

He also lauded the Konkani Bhas Ani Sanskriti Pratishthan for organising such a programme which will help the youth in their career.

"Students should have faith. Believe in yourself. Read success stories of great personalities. Moreover, time management is very important while preparing for the examinations. A healthy body and mind will help to achieve success," he added.

He also said that there is no alternative to success. It can be achieved only through hard work, he added.

Professor Narendra L Nayak also spoke on the occasion and said, "Self-pity is the biggest enemy of an individual. One should overcome it."

President of Konkani Bhas Ani Sanskriti Pratisthan Nandagopal Shenoy welcomed.

Gurudath compered. Gilbert D'Souza, vice president of Konkani Bhas Ani Sanskriti Pratisthan, B R Bhat, Surendra Waghale, Ramesh Nayak and others were present.





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  • Eustace, Mumbai

    Mon, Jul 04 2022

    What about Western Coast Catholics in Civil Services? We do not see them. The once flourishing Society is dyeing in these professions, but everyone realizes that it is the backbone for progress. Our religious leaders should spend time, efforts and money to have a healthy number of Civil Servants from our side also.

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  • sunil cornelio, manipal

    Mon, Jul 04 2022

    A super initiative , Though a very late start ,it is commendable for having this program in south Karnataka , where there are talents a plenty but without a direction for different professions and not only limited to engineering and medicine . Pls have this program in schools starting from 6th Grade on wards , with coaching and talent nurturing, My humble request is those who can , pls devote their precious time in schools in guiding students which is need of the day and not found in our schools . Not all students are academically talented , encourage sports activity in schools and to partcipate in dist and national level, Pls create an awareness there are sports quota in every institution and apply for the same. I wish this model not limited to shaktinagar only but in every town to create awareness and coach for the UPSC exams. Encourage children's to read news paper and watch news there are plenty of good news channels , and I vouch for al jazeera media network, CNN,BBC to keep abreast of current affairs . encourage children's to inculcate the habit of reading good books from early on.

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