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Which exam has same syllabus as UPSC exam?

December 27, 2019

Which exam has same syllabus as UPSC exam? While preparing for UPSC CSE, it is definitely a good idea to appear for those government exams that have the same or almost same syllabus. The other exams that you can appear with UPSC Preparation are as follows: State Service Examination: Any state service exam can be […]

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What is the syllabus for IAS?

December 27, 2019

What is the syllabus for IAS (Civil Services) exam ? The UPSC divides the Civil Services Exam into three successive stages: 1: Preliminary Examination (Objective) 2: Mains Examination (Subjective) 3: Personality Test (Verbal) UPSC Prelims Syllabus Syllabus for GS Paper (Prelims Paper I)Current events of national and international importance.History of India and Indian National Movement.Indian and World Geography-Physical, […]

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What are the qualities required to become an IAS?

December 26, 2019

What are the qualities required to become an IAS? At first, you must have a passion for being a civil servant.(your passion or your interest is the father of your determination). Try to love what you are working for. Self motivation is very important rather than being motivated by following someone or toppers. Your passion, […]

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Is math required for UPSC?

December 26, 2019

Is math required for UPSC? The most frequent word one hears today in all education and business circles is STEM. We need to educate all students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in order to be competitive in the 21st century global economy. This issue has gained significant momentum over the last […]

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What powers does an IAS officer gets?

December 25, 2019

What powers does an IAS officer gets? IAS official hold crucial and key positions in the Union Government, States, and open division endeavors. IAS as a suffering organization in India frames an indistinguishable piece of the regulatory part of the Government of India in this manner to give consistent quality and fairness to the organization. […]

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Is IAS really very tough to crack?

December 25, 2019

Is IAS really very tough to crack? There is nothing like tough in this globe. All you need is to have a dream, passion, courage and determination. If you think any exam to be tough, then from the day one of your preparation, it will seem to be more tough than it actually is. It […]

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What are the best tips for UPSC beginners?

December 24, 2019

What are the best tips for UPSC beginners? As we all know that Civil Services is one of the most toughest exam to clear in India. Proper dedication and proper guidance is very important for all the aspirants to crack the exam for better marks. The syllabus prescribed by UPSC for General studies is vast […]

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What is the best way for IAS exam preparation?

December 24, 2019

What is the best way for IAS exam preparation? A lot of young people have heard of the IAS exam and express a desire to give this prestigious exam. IAS is known to be one of the toughest examinations in the world since almost a million aspirants take part every year to achieve their dream […]

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Overcoming the thoughts of ‘I can’t’ while preparing for the UPSC

December 23, 2019

How can one overcome the thoughts of ‘I can’t’ while preparing for the UPSC? Thoughts of “I can’t” and fear of failure are very natural thoughts that invade the human mind, particularly in times of stress and it is not unnatural to have such thoughts. It is quite natural that one feels demotivated to continue […]

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What did UPSC preparation teach you about life?

December 23, 2019

  Preparing for any other exam will not transform anyone to the extent that UPSC does. Just everything changes drastically in a very positive manner. Your mindset , outlook , vision , knowledge level , communication , vocabulary , reading speed, reading habit , writing skills , balanced and rational thinking , personality , daily routine […]

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Developing answer writing practise for UPSC Mains

December 23, 2019

Developing answer writing practise for UPSC Mains Answer writing practice is the most important part of preparations for the UPSC Mains. It is very less concerned with your command over the language. Instead, it is more about how much you present, within how much time and in what manner i, e representation of answer is the […]

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How to choose optional subject for the UPSC Mains?

December 21, 2019

How to choose optional subject for the UPSC Mains? Selecting Optional subject is perhaps the most important decision of CSE journey. A score of 300+ in Optional can get you in top 10. At the same time, poor Optional score means you are out of list (if GS score is poor as well). Choosing optional for UPSC […]

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What is the examiner looking for while checking the UPSC Mains answer sheets?

December 21, 2019

What is the examiner looking for while checking the UPSC Mains answer sheets? While checking any answer the examiner is looking for some mainly the following things: 1st Lesson: Examiner is looking for just your answer!! He is not interested in anything else. Next, put yourself in the shoes of the examiner. You have to finish checking about 100 answer […]

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100 days strategy to crack UPSC Mains

December 21, 2019

What should be the 100 days strategy to crack UPSC Mains? What NOT to do in the 100 days – Don’t get stuck with GS Paper 1. If you try to complete subjects such as World History, Sociology and Art & Culture in detail, you are likely to suffer in the long run. There would not be questions […]

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How much time is needed to prepare for UPSC?

December 21, 2019

How much time is needed to prepare for UPSC? This type of question has no clear-cut answer. It’s like how much time it takes to be a good cook or to be a good writer! But in every profession, every examination, there is a specific pattern. . Its totally depend on your catching power. if […]

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What must be the real motivation to crack the UPSC civil services exam?

December 20, 2019

The real motivation to crack the UPSC civil services exam? Cracking CSE requires one to have a matured outlook on major issues of national and international importance. Also a reasonable amount of discipline and a fair degree of intelligence. However, everyone has their own strategy to clear the exam depending on their strengths and weaknesses. Hence, […]

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Is 1 year sufficient for IAS preparation without coaching?

December 20, 2019

Is 1 year sufficient for IAS preparation without coaching? Yes, 1 year is sufficient for IAS preparation without coaching. If you do focus study then you can clear this exam in your first attempt. Preparing for UPSC itself is a full time job ,during preparation you need to work hard daily at least 6-8 hours. First […]

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How can I prepare Indian polity to secure maximum marks in UPSC Mains?

December 20, 2019

If you want to prepare your polity well then there are certain things you can see. Read NCERT books from 9th to 12th thoroughly. When completed read M. Laxmikant. And then you can go for D.D. Basu or more. Current affairs. This is the key. Regular policy article, NOT political. It will rich you content. Answer writing practice is the key. That’s why […]

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How many maximum marks one can get in UPSC Mains?

December 20, 2019

How many maximum marks one can get in UPSC Mains? There is no maximum minimum in upsc .The marks would be given if you solve the question in a appropriate manner and you may get very high marks in maths if you are really good in the subject. On the other hand you may get […]

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Which is the best newspaper to read for an IAS aspirant?

December 20, 2019

Newspaper reading is very important practice for upsc preparation. Preferably one should finish the newspaper in 2 hours including making notes and current affairs. The most recommended newspaper are: The Hindu Indian express The Hindu : This is mostly preferred by aspirants. It is somewhat unbalanced ( read left leaning ) and critical of government. […]

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Is it really difficult to crack the UPSC Civil Services exam?

December 20, 2019

Is it really difficult to crack the UPSC Civil Services exam?  One of the most widely spread notion is about the toughness of civil services exam & “Mother of all competitions”.  The process of preparation does require time, patience, perseverance and belief in oneself. In fact 50% of the exam preparation is psychological. Some basic […]

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Is it possible to prepare for UPSC exams while I am working full-time? If yes, then how can I prepare?

December 20, 2019

Preparing for UPSC while working  Yes, you can definitely prepare for the exams if you want to. Here are some tips which you should follow while thinking of preparing UPSC! The first thing that everyone  need to understand is that with Civil services, each person’s starting point, motivation and journey is different. Please don’t compare […]

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How does a UPSC aspirant start practicing answer writing for the Mains?

December 14, 2019

Writing is the key to clearing Mains with a significant margin. An ideal answer must cover five main points Introduction- can be from current events/recent policy change Idea/crux /main answer to the question Analysis from a plural perspective Analysis in form of Advantages / Disadvantages or critiques Conclusion – forward looking, positive, proposing an alternative. […]

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Importance of NCERT BOOKS for UPSC Exams (Why, What, How)

October 9, 2019

 Why NCERT books are important? Being the most basic books and written in very simple language, lucid and neutral perspective makes NCERTs as the base for the entire preparation. One will get most of their basic covered for the geography and history from these books. Secondly, mains answer writing language should be similar to the writing style of […]

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How is scaling done in UPSC?

September 20, 2019

Many of the UPSC CSE candidates break their heads trying to figure out the scaling system done by the UPSC. A lot of candidates who take up maths or science subjects as optionals worry that because of scaling, they stand to get fewer marks than what they should be getting. But the UPSC does scaling […]

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Q.What should be the right strategy to prepare for Ethics paper?

July 27, 2019

How to prepare for ethics Paper? (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude) (250 Marks) Introduction of this Paper: This paper will include questions to test the candidate’s attitude and approach to issues relating to integrity, probity in public life and his problem solving approach to various issues and conflicts faced by him in dealing with society. Questions […]

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How to Prepare for Sociology Optional Strategy?

July 27, 2019

Sociology Optional Strategy Sociology is a very interesting subject and easy to understand. It has a relatively short syllabus, which can be completed in a span of 4 months and is considered a safe optional with respect to marks. It has good overlap with general studies and helps in essay paper as well. You should […]

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What should be the right strategy to prepare for Political Science optional subject?

July 27, 2019

Political Science And International Relations  Why ? The minor reasons are- 1. Help in GS II 2. Help in Essay 3. Help in Interview (questions on constitution and IR are very common) Time Needed to prepare Political science optional Subject I think a minimum of 3 months are required to finish one reading but that […]

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How should one study for Public Administration optional?

July 27, 2019

Public Administration is one tricky subject depending on the average scores candidates have got in last few years. Relatively in 2018 CSE exam, There is a good number of candidates making it to final list taking Public Administration as optional. To score good marks in Public Administration, one has to understand that there is difference […]

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What should be the right strategy to study Indian Polity?

July 26, 2019

Indian Polity is an important subject in Civil Services Exam. The subject deals with different topics including State Legislature, Union Executive, Union Legislature, Fundamental Duties, The Judiciary, Constitutional History and many more. In order to score high marks in Polity, you should follow a unique study plan. Strategy for studying Indian Polity: How to ready […]

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Q.Is it necessary to read the NCERT for the UPSC?

July 19, 2019

Well, It is Must, no matter from which background you come. WHY IT IS MUST TO READ 6th-12th but not directly from 11th and 12th. Because, imagine how a 6th class student is taught on a particular topic. and how a 12th standard student is taught on same topic. Let’s say Our EARTH in Geography. […]

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How to Crack IAS in First Attempt

July 19, 2019

Crack IAS in First Attempt Let me start by saying – One’s 1st attempt should be one’s BEST attempt. To crack one of the most challenging exams of the country , you need to strategize your preparation right from the beginning. Being in 2nd year of college, you can religiously study and marvel each and […]

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What are the best books for UPSC? What are books for UPSC?

July 16, 2019

What did UPSC CSE toppers study to clear IAS preliminary exam? What are the best-selling books to crack UPSC Civil Services Prelims? See the list of 10 books referred by toppers to clear IAS preliminary exam. Links are provided to buy the books online at discounted prices. If clearing UPSC Prelims is your immediate goal, we […]

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What is IAS exams procedure?

February 17, 2019

The IAS Exam is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission in a three stage process which lasts close to one year. The first stage of the exam is an objective type examination consisting of two papers. The first paper is called General Studies while the second paper is called CSAT (Civil Service Aptitude Test). CSAT examination is purely […]

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What are the secrets to success in Civil Service Mains exam?

February 17, 2019

What are the secrets to success in Civil Service Mains exam? There are some big secrets for UPSC CSE mains exam. Quality matters to the most – When you will pen down for your mains papers, you will find certain word limits for every single question and that means how well you know and how well […]

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