India is a country of varied culture and profession. Some feels that a private job is better bet it gives you much more independence and one does not have to intimate about his foreign trip and many other such information. Other school of thoughts feels that government job gives a good career as it is associated with prestige,recognition and many more such things.

I happens to be lucky to interact with UPSC aspirants who have qualified their written examination waiting to be selected by UPSC just for interview. I provide interview guidance by way of interaction. I scan their personality and provide them the feedback.

During interaction I learn so many things about the way these brilliant mind think about their future, future of their country. Most of them are representing weaker portfolio in terms of economic advancement and exposure. Most of them find it difficult to handle a tie and a coat?!

Most alarming factor for their being so successful is not their IQ, but their inner desire to be successful. Some of the student has mentioned that if they do not achieve UPSC, then they will be offered a private sector job with a salary that they can not survive. In the sense they are holding the degree of M.Com. Msc. etc. Based on these degree it is hard to get a rewarding career in Private Sector.

The purpose of this article is to stress upon that one needs to find ways to be successful. Just by blaming the environment, Government or its policy, success is not likely to follow. We can not make society responsible for our failure. Average is the synonymous of failure.

The younger generation is much more smarter both in IQ and EQ! They should recognize their talent and rewards themselves. We need to come forward and fined some time to share our experiences. We need to coach and mentor the new generation to make them better leader and positive thinker. All jobs are good and probably the best if some is handling this with zeal and passion.

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