Category : UPSC

  August 28th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
UPSC CSE Mains is less than a month away. The preparation of all the aspirants who will be giving the mains this time will be under full swing. The aspirants will be trying to accumulate as much knowledge possible on each and every topic mentioned in the syllabus because one never knows how something read, even of minute importance, can come to help in the examination hall… But is the plethora of knowledge gained sufficient to crack this exam? Or

  July 28th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
UPSC Civil Services Prelims Examination, 2019 was announced just few days back. Now is the time to gear up for the next stage of the battle…MAINS. Even those candidates who could not make to the list, should not get disheartened, and should prepare for mains to gain the edge for the next year. A lot of aspirants have a dilemma over what optional subject should be taken for the mains examination. With the changes in pattern from the year 2013, the

  June 28th, 2019       UPSC
UPSC Civil Services Examination is considered one of the ‘toughest’ exams in the world. This is not only because of the vast syllabus of the examination and a three stage process which filters the aspirants at every stage but also because the pass percentage of the examination is very low, that is, less than 0.1% . Every year around 10 lakh aspirants apply for the prestigious exam out of which a few hundreds find their names in the coveted final l

  June 8th, 2019       UPSC
UPSC Civil Services Examination is conducted in three stages- Preliminary Examination, Mains Examination, Personality test. Around 5 lakh aspirants appear for the Preliminary Examination which is a MCQ based test and contains two papers- Paper 1: General Studies having 100 questions totaling 200 marks. The merit list/ cut off list for the mains examination is prepared on the basis of the marks in this paper, Paper 2: CSAT having 80 questions totaling

  May 28th, 2019       UPSC
In the last 5 years, the weightage and hence, the importance of current affairs in the UPSC CSE has increased substantially. That Current Affairs is important in all the three stages of the examination speaks volumes of the key role it plays in helping an aspirant to get selected and also be a better individual. The enhanced importance to current affairs has further strengthened the dynamicity and unpredictability of the questions in the examination w

  May 18th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
A fortnight ago, UPSC declared the civil services final result with a few hundreds achieving their dream of seeing their name in the final list and the remaining thousand were shocked, surprised, saddened by the result depending on the expectations they had. One might have expected a top 100 rank and still found no name in the list and the other might have ended up with a top 100 rank when least expected. In this exam, from the preliminary to the fina

  March 20th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
History is a very ‘vast’ subject. It can be divided into 4 parts- ancient, medieval, modern and art and culture. Apart from its vastness, aspirants face difficulties regarding what to read?.. From where to read?... How to read?..How to retain?..Further, syllabus is so vast that aspirants need to prioritize what to focus on, to increase rate on investment. Another important aspect here is that most of the history questions are either black or white

  March 1st, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
SPECTACULAR ACHIEVEMENT IS ALWAYS PRECEDED BY UNSPECTACULAR PREPARATION- Robert Schuller On 19th February, UPSC released the notification for this year  prelims. Ever since the civil service aspirants are in a buzz. Rumors regarding the number of attempts/ change in pattern/ age relaxation have died down. Now, the examination appears to be round the corner. It is time for the aspirants to jump on the preparation bandwagon with electrifying

  February 13th, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
“I have walked that long road to freedom. I have tried not to falter; I have made missteps along the way…But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb. I have taken a moment here to rest, to steal a view of the glorious vista that surrounds me, to look back on the distance I have come…… ….But I can only rest for a moment, for with freedom come responsibilities, and I

  February 2nd, 2019       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
Remember the legend of PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. He lures 130 children of the town away….The world of UPSC Civil Services Exam preparation is replete with such inducements, lures and false often exaggerated promises. The aspirants face many a dilemma. The tremendous prestige of the examination has created an aura about the examination and given rise to many half-baked truths, which heighten the sense of awe. Is it important to buy tens of books for 

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