People often assume that social media plays a dominant role in distracting the students from education. The UPSC Rankers of 2017 proved the assumption to be wrong. According to them, social media played a premier role in their success and it will help the aspirants in achieving their goals. It sounds surprising, but Civil Services Rankers have a different approach in this regard.
Close to 93 rankers of Civil Services Examination 2017 from various states including Andhra Pradesh and Telangana cracked the final round of interview with the help of a Whats App group. Believe it or not, the Whats App group guided the students and provided digital notes.
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Rachakonda Police Commissioner, Mr. Mahesh Bhagwat was the person behind the success of students. Through social media platform like Whats App, Mr. Mahesh mentored the students by providing them important news, suggestions and tips. These suggestions and tips helped the students to crack the final stage of selection process. These students proved that social media can be beneficial to students if used in a proper way.
Narapureddy Mourya, who secured AIR 100 revealed that she was able to crack civil services exam in her fifth attempt. Mahesh Bhagwat played an important role in guiding a number of students through Whats App group and it was due to his support that she was able to crack the final stage of the interview, she expressed.
Jameel Fatima Zeba, who secured AIR 62 was able to clear civil services exam in her third attempt. She admitted that she was unable to crack civil services in the previous two attempts due to the lack of awareness of interview process. After joining the Whats App group run by Mr. Mahesh Bhagwat, she received valuable tips on the interview process. Finally, she achieved success.
Apart from Fatima and Mourya, many other students cracked civil services exam under the mentorship of Mr. Mahesh Bhagwat. Over 93 students from different states were mentored by him.