How to study vast syllabus of UPSC in a smart way?
Admittedly “Current Affairs” is a major and important part of UPSC Exams preparation. Proper study of current affairs regularly from day one, keeping in view the exam syllabus and pattern, helps you in covering a major part of UPSC syllabus. Remember it is ‘regularity’ and ‘proper study’ which will bring the desired result. You need to know what, why and how a particular news item is relevant or irrelevant. Here you require guidance to study in a smart way without wasting your precious time and energy.
A A Shah’s IAS Institute, with its team of experts headed by Mrs. Bilquees Khatri, provides full support in this regard:
- Current Affairs Analysis video lectures by Mrs. Bilquees Khatri on weekly basis. (FREE)
- Current Affairs Analysis Topic-wise, with relevance to GS Papers of the exam, in pdf format. (FREE)
- Current Affairs based MCQ Tests (Online).
- Current Affairs based subjective questions with relevant links and suggested answers in pdf format. (FREE)
- ‘The Hindu’ Editorials – weekly compilation. (FREE)
- Current Affairs live interactive virtual classes for doubt clearance and further explanation.
- General Studies lectures by live, interactive virtual classes.
- NCERT based Tests series.
- General Studies Test Series (For Prelims – MCQ & for Mains Subjective)
- Assignments & Answer Writing practice.
- Relevant and Important handouts
- General Studies and Current Affairs revision lectures by live, interactive classes.
- Important Topic-wise Key-words for quick revision.
Last but not the least – The importance of the role of A A Shah’s IAS Institute in UPSC exam preparation is proved from the fact that since last three consecutive years,
Out of 100 questions in Preliminary Examinations conducted by UPSC;
are from the Current Affairs and Class Notes of A A Shah’s IAS Institute.
*Note: Admission for Online Course (Full GS including Current Affairs) is open*
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How to ensure success in Civil Services Examination:
Come out of Precontemplation stage
Understand the difference in exam & study pattern of Civil Services and Academics.
If you are planning to write Civil Services Exam then you are going to need to do a great deal of contemplation. Know the syllabus, Refer previous years' question papers, Follow experts’ guidance, Pick right sources (Books, Study Materials, Coaching)
The best preparation of tomorrow is doing your best doday. With proper time management make your daily study schedule (Subject targeted and Exam targeted) and ensure that it is practically possible to follow. Regularly attempt tests (Objective & Subjective) and get the same evaluated to gauge your performance (Mains answers need paper assessment by experts), improve upon your shortcomings, keep revising.
Exam stress is normal but if it gives rise of anxiety it can interfere with your performance. So believe in yourself and don't worry excessively. Have sound sleep and proper food prior to Exam. Don't check your performance in exam papers untill all written.
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1 Senior and experienced faculty.
2 Complete coverage of all static and dynamic topics.
3 Current affairs and NCERT based test series for prelims and mains
including full length comprehensive tests on UPSC CSE pattern.
4 Personal guidance and mentorship.
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