Sri D Debbarma (TCS-II)
|| Sri Debdas Debbarma………How I become a TCS||
ebdas Debbarma is a TCS officer of 2007 Batch. Before joining TCS he has worked as Labour Inspector for few years. He was born in a middle class family of Tripura on 6th January,1979. His father is Sri Prafulla Debbarma and mother is Smt. Chaya Debbarma. He is a BA. He is a dynamic person. He has worked as a BDO. At present he is posted as a DCM in SDM office of Santirbazar.
Q) Do you have any job experience before joining TCS?
A) Before joining as a TCS officer I have worked as a Labour Inspector under Government of Tripura.
Q) What was your medium of Instruction in the TCS examination?
Q) What was your medium of Instruction in school and college?
Q) What was your rank in the TCS examination?
A) 33th position.
Q) What were your optional papers in the TCS examination, 2007?
A) Education II , Geography II and Sociology II
Q) What was your total score in the exam including written and personality score?
A) My total score in the exam was 448 including written and personality test.
Q) How you have prepared for your optional papers?
A) For the optional papers I had to work a lot because all the papers were new to me . I have not studied them in my college. I started preparing for my subject systematically. Every day I use to study at least two topics from each paper. I make my own notes. I also took admission in School Of Science .The notes of School Of Science helped me a lot. You have to read text books if you want to get good mark in TCS/TPS. I also revised my subject from time to time without any failure.
Q) What magazine and news papers you have read?
A) CSR, Chronicle, the Telegraph, the Times of India and local Bengali papers.
Q) What is your greatest mistake?
A) My greatest mistake was I did not prepare well for Economics .As a result I could not answer some questions on this subject during my PT. For your PT do not neglect your optional papers.
Q) Have you taken any help from any coaching centre?
A) School of science
Q) Do you want to share your success with any person?
A) Such type of tough examination needs a constant killer instinct to excel in life. I am lucky that I was motivated and helped by many friends and well wishers. A major portion of my success in this examination goes to the following persons: My parents, Sri Tinkhuma Darlong (TCS-I) and Sri Abhajit Bhattacharjee of School of Science.
Q) Comment on the syllabus of TCS/TPS.
A) Syllabus is scientific and up to date.
Q) Do you have any hobby?
A) Singing and listening to music.
Q) Magic formula for success.
A) Hard work.
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