'Drishti' believes that many students of Hindi medium (and a few students of English medium as well) are unable to achieve desired success in Civil Services Examination in spite of being capable of it because interview stands as an unbeatable challenge before them. First of all, candidates do not consider the importance of interview and even if they consider, they are not able to give right direction to their preparation in absence of appropriate viewpoint. It comes with many examples. The topper of the year 2002 from Hindi medium Ajay Mishra, secured mere 140 marks in the interview while it rose to 240 marks the very next year after his participation in the workshop of 'Drishti.' The same way the topper of the year 2000 Krishnakant Pathak secured 144 and 141 marks in the previous two years consecutively but after attending our workshop, he secured 210 marks. Just imagine if these candidates had secured around 150 marks, they would not have become successful probably and if they had secured between 170 and 180 marks then they would have been successful only but would not have achieved a good rank or post. Conversely, if we look at the results of the year 2003, we find that many suitable candidates from Hindi medium could secure from 90 to 150 marks only in the interview and the resultant effect was that just two or three candidates from Hindi medium could make their place in the top hundred. Abhishek Singh, who got selected at 48th rank in the result of the year 2008 participated in the workshop of Drishti and secured 228 marks. These marks played a crucial role in enabling him to achieve a good rank. The programme offered by Drishti has the objective of assuring that the capable candidates who have already proven their abilities by getting success in main examination, should not be deprived of success due to lack of proper preparation. We make a serious attempt to give full contribution in assuring final success of the capable and laborious students.