New Delhi, Feb.2 (ANI): A new web site has been launched for civil service aspirants.
Over five lakh Civil Service aspirants preparing for 2010 prelims this year have a lot to cheer about. www.Jeywin.com has launched India's first online tests for UPSC Civil Services preliminary exams, backed by a robust test engine from Texas-based Impiger Technologies. ith over one lakh questions, and more being added on a weekly basis, Jeywin also offers video lectures to help aspirants prepare for the prelims. Previous years' question papers, interviews, success tips and NCERT books are other useful resources provided for the candidates.
According to UPSC, 3,18,843 candidates applied for the 2008 prelims.
But experts opine that the global downturn has resulted in a sharp focus on non-IT careers in India and the prestigious UPSC Civil Services has suddenly grabbed the attention of young grads in various disciplines, including engineering and medicine.
It is expected that over five lakh candidates will apply for this year's preliminary exams scheduled for May 2010. (ANI)