Category : Civil Services Preparation

  September 16th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
The first thing that comes to the mind of a UPSC CIVIL SERVICE aspirant soon after coming out of the first half of the Prelims Examination is: “How many marks am I going to get ? ”. With much time left for the second paper of Prelims, the first thing we search over the internet, are the answers which we have done just to make sure our position. The Internet gets flooded with examination reviews from many coaching institutes. They come up

  September 14th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
Name  Medha Anand  Rank: 311 UPSC CSE 2019   EDUCATION I have graduated from HBTU Kanpur in 2017 in Civil Engineering. After that I started preparing for Civil Services.   INSPIRATION: HOW DID THE JOURNEY START? The journey initially started from Class 11. My mom had given me some books of History & Polity to read.. One of them was DD Basu. And I actually couldn’t get it.. like what was written and all.. so af

  September 13th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
The way aspirants prepare for the UPSC exam has undergone a change. One of the primary reasons is the emergence of brilliant online websites and apps. Aspirants just grab the online platform and leverage it in their UPSC CSE preparation. BUT there might be thousands of resources. Which are the most suitable from the UPSC CSE point of view? Keeping this in mind, a comprehensive list has been given below. IAS GYAN It provides A-Z Current a

  August 24th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
The Union Cabinet approved the proposal to set up the National Recruitment Agency (NRA), marking a paradigm shift in government recruitment.  This blog tries to make the aspirants aware of the new agency, CET and its salient features. What was the need to set up such an agency? At present, candidates seeking government jobs have to appear for separate examinations conducted by multiple recruiting agencies for various posts. Candidates

  July 17th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
Civil Services Exam is a three-tiered examination viz. Prelims, Mains and the Interview. Out of these Mains has 7 papers that is 21 hours of exam, and the format that UPSC has been following  more or less the same for the past 5 years. This article explains UPSC Mains subjectwise weightage analysis Each paper is of 250 marks. The pattern as of now has been 10 questions of 10 marks each to be answered in 150 words and 10 questions of 15 marks ea

  July 16th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
In the last blog, it was discussed how to calculate the UPSC CSE Prelims marks after accounting for the negative marks penalty. The next question that arises is that how to minimize this negative marking? So in this article we will discuss how to reduce negative marking in UPSC CSE Prelims 2020? Consider this scenario: A candidate X, attempts 90 questions in the Paper 1. He attempts 68 correctly whereas 22 fall in the negative marking category. His

  June 30th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation, UPSC
You can't build a great building on a weak foundation. You must have a solid foundation if you're going to have a strong superstructure. -  Gordon B. Hinckley The statement holds true in the case of UPSC Preparation. The foundation of UPSC preparation is laid by NCERT Books. The initial 2-3 Months of the preparation should be focused on NCERT Books Only. Relevance of NCERT books Basic understanding of subjects Very simpl

  June 24th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
The UPSC CSE is conducted in three stages i.e, the preliminary examination, the mains examination and the personality test examination. The Preliminary exam serves as a screening test to filter out few thousand aspirants from lakhs of candidates for the mains examination. The prelims exam consists of two papers. The pattern of the same is as follows: 1. PAPER 1– General Studies containing 100 questions on General Awareness carrying a

  June 9th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation
‘One can achieve anything in life, if they have the courage to dream it, a kind of conducive ecosystem to have the roadmap and the will to see that roadmap through to the end’ When it comes to the best UPSC Coaching in Kolkata the only CONDUCIVE ECOSYSTEM that strikes one’s mind is APTI PLUS Academy for Civil Services. The Institute has received numerous accolades: ⦁ “Best Civil and State Services Coaching Institute in West Bengal and

  June 5th, 2020       Civil Services Preparation, Uncategorized
SPECTACULAR ACHIEVEMENT IS ALWAYS PRECEDED BY UNSPECTACULAR PREPARATION- Robert Schuller TODAY, UPSC released the REVISED DATE for this year prelims. The exam will now be held on 4TH OCTOBER, 2020 with the mains exam starting from 8TH JANUARY, 2021. Ever since the civil service aspirants are in a buzz. Now, the examination appears to be round the corner. It is time for the aspirants to jump on the preparation bandwagon with electrifying speed. A

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