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WELCOME TO CSAT. “ARISE,AWAKE AND STOP NOT TILL YOU REACH GOAL”. CSAT. GS, GS, GS, ONLY CURRENT AFFAIRS CSAT GS CSAT ( Extension of Paper I ) Based on second ARC recommendation. CSAT.

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CSAT
  • GS, GS, GS, ONLY
  • CURRENT AFFAIRS

CSAT

GS CSAT

( Extension of Paper I )

  • Based on second ARC recommendation
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CSAT
  • Current decision based on Alagh Committee
  • Final shape by S.K. Khannareport

Expectations from the candidates

  • Jack of All trades & Master of None
  • Anything that exist in Universe can be a part of GS especially if it is in NEWS
  • To select IAS,IFS,IPS etc., and not bank employees
  • Comprehension – to test the moral and ethical aptitude, under standing of the government
  • Language plays a prominent role
civilservice aptitute test 2011 syllabus
CIVILSERVICE APTITUTE TEST 2011SYLLABUS

PAPER II MARK 200 TWO HOURS

  • Comprehension
  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Decision making and Problem solving
  • General mental ability
  • Basic numeracy ( numbers and their realtions, orders of magnitude etc, class 10th level). Data Interpretation ( Charts, Graphs, Tables, Data sufficiency etc., - class 10th level).
  • English language comprehensions skills ( 10th level )
problem solving
PROBLEM SOLVING

PROBLEM : It is any conflict or difference between one situation and another

PROBLEM SLOVING: Arriving a solution for a problem.

3 COMPONENTS

  • Current situation that has to be changed
  • A desired situation
  • Legal moves
problem solving rules
PROBLEM SOLVING RULES

RULES

  • Algorithms : Set rules Eg. Multiplication, Addition
  • Heuristics : Strategies based on our past experience with the problems, that are likely to lead to a solution but do not guarantee success.
  • Logical guesses
  • Short cut rules
  • Means – end analysis ,ie., From problem to solution

Eg. chess

problem solving stages
PROBLEM SOLVING STAGES
  • Understanding
  • Devising a plan
  • Carrying out the plan
  • Brainstorming
  • Evaluation and looking back

BIAS- tendency of the problem solver, government plans, new schemes etc.,

problem solving model question
PROBLEM SOLVING MODEL QUESTION

1.What is the best way through which HONOURKILLING in India can be eradicated ?

  • By ensuring quick convictions in cases which are pending
  • Tightening the police machinery
  • Amending the marriage laws
  • Strict enforcement of law
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PROBLEM SOLVINGMODEL QUESTION

2. How to tackle the corruption problem? ( Based on 2G spectrum issue)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d) (Will be dealt in class)

decision making
DECISION MAKING

It is the process of making a choice between various alternatives. When we make a choice we usually evaluate the pros and cons associated with each alternative under consideration then take the decision.

All DM can be considered under 3 heads.

  • Decision taken under the conditions of certainty
  • Decisions under risk conditions
  • Decisions under the conditions of un-certainty
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DECISION MAKING
  • Decision making is a vital thing in an organisations or government
  • It is a plural activity eg. Sub-collector 1,2,3,4&5 contribute to reach decision.
  • Decision will be taken by one single person ie., District collector
factors influencing dm for an individual
FACTORS INFLUENCING DM FOR AN INDIVIDUAL
  • Decision frame
  • Risk taking capacity
  • Availability of the facts
  • Personality factors
  • Biases
factors influencing dm in government
FACTORS INFLUENCING DM IN GOVERNMENT
  • Legal
  • Budget
  • Facts
  • History
  • Subordinates
  • Internal programmes

Bias in DM – discretion, public interest, strict adherence to rules, caste, clan, country, religion, language, etc.,

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DECISION MAKING

LINKED WITH LEADERSHIP QUALITY

  • Clear vision
  • Communication
  • Discipline to work
  • Integrity
  • Dedication
  • Magnanimity
  • Creativity
  • Openness
  • Intelligence
  • Transformational leader
interpersonal skills including communication skills
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS INCLUDING COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Skills to interact with others

  • Positive interpersonal skills
  • Increases the productivity of the orgn.
  • Reduces the conflict
  • Makes communication easy and comfortable
  • Negative interpersonal skills

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ips be a good listener
IPS.BE A GOOD LISTENER

Ways to improve IPS

  • Think `+’ve to maintain good relationship
  • Don’t criticize others or yourself and be patient
  • 80 % listen and 20 % talk
  • Think before you talk and don’t talk what you think
  • Sensitive to others and treat others with respect
  • Praise and compliment the people
  • Subordinate psychology
  • Don’t complain, look for solutions
  • Team members and colleagues as friends
types of communication
TYPES OF COMMUNICATION
  • Oral communication
  • Written communication
  • Body language
  • Kinesics
  • Para language
  • Directly or indirectly, consciously or unconsciously transmitted words ,attitudes, feeling, actions etc.,
communication in administration
COMMUNICATION IN ADMINISTRATION
  • To disseminate goals and objectives of orgn.
  • Arriving at vital decision
  • Planning and co-ordination
  • Motivation
  • HRM
making communication effective
MAKING COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVE
  • Use direct simple language
  • Use feedback
  • Clarify before attending to communicate
  • Examine the purpose of communication
  • Eliminate the mental set and functional fixedness
  • Actively involve and participate- whether and sender or receiver
persuasive communication
PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATION

Persuasive is a systematic effort to bring about a change in attitudes and behaviour of the target group or individual.

  • Credibility
  • Attractiveness
  • Power

ESSENTIAL FOR AN ADMINISTRATOR

communication model question
COMMUNICATIONMODEL QUESTION

1.Important factors for communication is

  • Communication should bold and assertive
  • It should authenticated
  • It should drafted by senior officer
  • Communication should have all details
basic numeracy
BASIC NUMERACY
  • To use mathematics effectively to meet the general demands of life at home in paid work, and for participation in community and civic life.
  • Being able to count and to calculate with nos.

MathsNumbers,quantities,shapes,patterns,measurements,concepts related to them and their numerous relationship.

  • Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trignometry, etc.,
  • Eg. Drum sound = 2 seconds interval

Bell sound = 3 seconds interval

data interpretation
DATA INTERPRETATION
  • Data is presented either in form of a table or a bar chart or a pie chart or a line graph or as a combination of all.

Practical : It tests one’s decision making ability and speed using limited input.

  • Calculation is an intensive portion
  • To crack this question is to quickly identify the key pieces of data.
  • Question with large amount of data is probably the easy one.
  • To test a students presence of mind.
data sufficiency
DATA SUFFICIENCY
  • In the form of logical puzzle
  • Question followed by 2 statements.
  • Need to answer whether we can solve the problem using the statements.

Practical: To test the knowledge of candidates while solving the problem by available least date.

sample question
SAMPLEQUESTION

(Will be dealt in class)

general mental ability
GENERAL MENTAL ABILITY

To certain extent similar to mental ability in exams of Bank PO, MBA, IIT, CAT, and public sector.

  • Familiarity with the numbers
  • Familiarity with the calculations
  • Familiarity with the manipulation of data’s and numbers.
practice makes a man perfect
PRACTICE MAKES A MAN PERFECT
  • It includes basics of Number Theory, Basic Arithmetic , Basic Algebraic formulas, Permutation and Combination and Probability.
  • Apart from practice there is no other way to success.
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SAMPLE QUESTION

(Will be dealt in class)

comprehension
COMPREHENSION
  • To test moral and ethical aptitude
  • to understand government programs and policies, social problems
  • Language is very important
  • Language is a very complex blend of nature
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COMPREHENSION
  • Requirement : Reading habit

Papers, Magazines, Articles

  • IAS aspirant : Expected to read, assimilate reason , draw inferences and apply learning to different situation.
  • Has to decipher the unspoken aspects such as ideas, inferences, assumptions, opinions, etc.,
ethics
ETHICS
  • Surrogacy
  • Old age reforms
  • Cloning
  • Corporal punishment
  • Disaster management
  • Section 377 of IPC

( Anti-sodomy law ) to criminalize homo-sexual activities.

logical reasoning and analytical ability
LOGICAL REASONING AND ANALYTICAL ABILITY
  • If A = Z , B=Y , C=X , then what is U’s equivalent?

2. The film robot is a mega hit because

Statement 1: Rajinikanth and Shankar

Statement 2: Citti role and Shankar

  • Statement 1 alone correct
  • Statement 1 &2 are required
  • Statement 1 is wrong and 2 is correct
  • Neither 1 nor 2 is correct
csat advantage
CSAT- ADVANTAGE
  • All students equal opportunity
  • Aptitude rather than knowledge of subjects
  • New syllabus – level playing field, since all candidates will have to attempt common papers
  • Work load reduced due to no optional papers
expected weightage of paper ii
EXPECTED WEIGHTAGE OF PAPER II

Comprehension

Logical reasoning and Analytical ability 60%

Decision making and Problem solving

General Mental Ability

Basic Numeracy 20%

Data Interpretation, Sufficiency

IPS & CS

English Language 20%

strategy
STRATEGY

WEEK END CLASSES - 52 x 3hrs

WEEK DAYS CLASSES - 75 x 2hrs

TOPIC WISE FULL TEST - 7 x 2

FULL TEST - 4

SURPRISE30mintuesTEST IN REGULAR CLASS

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CSAT

C - CONFIDENCE

S - SUSTAINENCE

A - ATTITUDE

T - TACTICS

ALL THE BEST