IAS interview question: why are there no pockets in girls’ shirts, boy gives amazing answer

The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is considered one of the toughest exams in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. Everyone dreams to clear the Civil Services Exam, but very few are fortunate to crack the exam.

IAS Interview is the most critical part of the IAS Exam process. It can help to get best services and also can be a deterrent in the final selection. IAS Interview is the last and final stage of the coveted civil services examination. After this stage, aspirants are selected for different positions in civil services cadres including the top prize of IAS.

Basically, the IAS preliminary and mains examinations are conducted to test candidates’ academic and general awareness with regards to a diverse range of topics; on the other hand, IAS Interview like any other recruitment test the personality and temperament of the candidate.

Let’s take a look at some of the funny questions being asked in the IAS interview.

Question: A woman was born in 1935 and died in 1935. On her death, she was 70 years old. How?

Answer: Sir 1935 is a room number. She born there and died there itself.

Question: What is a man’s thing that always keeps growing?

Answer: Age

Question: Why do girls’ shirts not have pockets?

Answer: Because girls prefer purse to carry things and they have nothing to carry in the pocket. Plus, women don’t want to spoil its beauty.

Question: What is the form of a lady that everybody can see, yet her husband can’t see?

Answer: Widow

Question: Why don’t we feel pain while cutting hair or nails?

Answer: We don’t feel pain while cutting our hair or nails because the cells that make them up are dead cells.

Question: What is the thing that doesn’t get wet in water?

Answer: Reflection

Question: What is the thing that breaks down when you speak?

Answer: Silence

Question: A rich house and a poor house are on fire. Which house will the police save first?

Answer: Police are not firefighters to extinguish the fire. They will save both the houses simultaneously by calling firemen.

Question: What is the opposite of Nag Panchami?

Answer: Naag Do not punch Me.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.