Having cleared the BPSC 64th Combined Competitive Exam in the first attempt, two friends from Supaul, Bihar have shot to the limelight with their inspirational story. While the Bihar Public Service Commission released the BPSC 64th CCE Result earlier indicating that more than 1400 candidates have qualified, Vidyasagar from Supaul, Bihar secured the second position in the merit lists. His friend and schoolmate Priya has also cleared the exam and have bagged the post of Supply Inspector.
As per reports, the BPSC released the final result of the 64th CCE exam on June 06, 2021. Among 1454 total qualifiers, the merit list has been topped by Om Prakash Gupta. Vidyasagar and Priya, classmates from Navodaya Vidyalaya, Supaul, Bihar have also cleared the exam with flying colours; that too in the first attempt. Both are students of B.Tech and have been preparing for the BPSC exam armed with sheer dedication, hard work and support of their families.
Vidyasagar and Priya have been contacted by various media channels who were interested in highlighting the two friends’ success story which is indeed motivational and inspiring for future BPSC aspirants. The Combined Competitive Exam is conducted by the Commission to fill up vacancies for prestigious posts in various Ministries/Departments of the state government of Bihar and Vidyasagar and Priya have shown how dedicated hard work & patience have led to their success.
The toppers have shared their success mantra with the press and some of their practices are arguably helpful in preparing for an exam of the level of BPSC Combined Competitive Exam. Check out what Vidyasagar has shared about this success mantra below.
Aspirants must have a clear direction regarding what to study – BPSC specifies the syllabus of the CCE exam online with the release of the official notification for each version of the exam. Aspirants must be diligent enough to sort out important topics to cover as per the syllabus.
Preparatory journey must be motivated – Motivation is one of the most essential virtues that BPSC CCE aspirants will require, especially when there is no-coaching and aspirants rely on self-study. In case of Vidyasagar and Priya’s story, their families have been supportive as Vidyasagar left his job for preparation. Priya on the other hand, have credited her success to her mother.
Patience is required for BPSC and other administrative exams – Vidyasagar has shared that candidates who intend to clear the BPSC and similar administrative exams must have patience. The syllabus is extensive and preparations can often take more than a year’s time.
Hard work is the key to success – Evidently, there is no shortcut to hard work. Regular practice, extensive revision and self-study/research to clear out confusion in the understanding of basic concepts is essential. It also takes effort to skim through variety of learning sources to remain updates on General Knowledge and Current Affairs.