[Mock Interviews] CAPF MOCK INTERVIEW PROGRAM – 2019

INTERVIEW, be it for any kind of Job, has its own importance, as all the preparation and hard work that aspirants have put in, boils down to these 20-30 minutes which perhaps decides one’s selection and rejection.

No doubt, marks in written have a good weightage, but above average marks in Interview can help you enter into ones preferred Service. So, we would like to do a hand holding for those who have qualified for the Interview process in CAPF(AC) Examination. 

A successful Interview depends on various factors, internal as well as external. One has to be calm and composed, as only then one can give his/her best. So with these Mocks we would share with you few details that would go long way in your preparation.

As it is said, “WHAT you say is almost as important as HOW you say it.” With this understanding we are commencing this program wherein aspirants will be told about the demeanour and other minute details to be kept in mind. Having laid the broad contours lets come down to specifics.

REGISTRATION STARTS !

Features of this program:

  • 1 Mock Interview ( Further Mock will be provided only if need be)
  • Personal Doubt Clearing Sessions.
  • Personal Attention as per the need.
  • Mock Interviews Starts 25th March.
  • Fee – 1000 (Inclusive of Taxes)
  • Any Query can be addressed to  – 999 035 666 4 
  • Enrollment Starts – 13th March 2019. ( Only 50 slots available – First Come First Serve Basis).
  • For Enrollment kindly visit centre.
  • After registration you can send your Scanned DAF’s  to our official email id and can come on the date of the Mock (to be assigned after admission).

Note: Aspirants are expected to submit their DAF’s one week before the MOCK Dates. 

Interested candidates can apply at the earliest. Limited Seats. 

All The Best to the ones appearing for the Interview. No matter what, don’t let your efficacy go down. Few days remaining, leave no stone unturned and  last but not the least, its important to quote Martin Luther King Jr. – ” I would rather be a man of conviction than a man of conformity” , it says all what Interview is all about.

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Gist of Editorials: Safety Nets | GS – III


Relevance : GS Paper III ( Economy)


President  promulgated the Banning of Unregulated Deposit Schemes Ordinance.

The ordinance bars all deposit schemes in the country that are not officially registered with the government.

How will the ordinance help?

  • Savings of low-income Indian households may get some protection now.
  • Greater legal protection can be offered for those depositors with inadequate financial literacy.

Provisions of the ordinance

  • creation of a central repository of all deposit schemes under operation
  • compensation to be offered to victims

Popular deposit schemes

  • these have helped in saving for people in the unorganised sector.
  • These were not regulated by the govt.
  • These unregulated schemes have been misused by some miscreants

The challenge posed by the ordinance

It dissuades depositors from conducting the necessary due diligence before choosing to deposit their money.

Way forward

  • proper implementation of the ordinance is needed.
  • savings of low-income households should be protected.
  • there must be checks against persons in power misusing the new rules

Gist of Editorials: Mixed Optics | GS – II


Relevance : GS Paper II ( International Relations)


The Saudi Crown Prince visit highlighted the complexities in bilateral ties.

Progress of India-Saudi relations

  • They have tried to ‘de-hyphenate’ their relations from ties between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
  • Their relations were strengthened into a strategic partnership in 2010 after Riyadh Declaration.

The Outcomes of the Visit

  • Announcement were made for measures to:
    • upgrade the defence partnership,
    • create a “Strategic Partnership Council”
    • institute regular talks between the two national security advisers
  • Saudi Arabia has expressed its interest in investing in infrastructure projects
  • Saudi agreed to insert an extra clause calling on states to renounce the “use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy”.
  • It acknowledged that disputes between India and Pakistan must be resolved bilaterally.
  • It agreed to increase Haj quotas and release 850 Indians from Saudi jails.