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[Starts 1st April] 45 Days Super Intensive Prelims (SIP): Everything that is important nothing that is not

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  • Super Intensive Prelims (SIP): Everything that is important nothing that is not

    Last minute revision is the key to cracking the exam. We’ve been preparing for months to finalize the right format which will deal with topics in the right amount of depth as per the requirement of the exam and helps you with maximum retention

    Key features

    1. Samanvaya (Mentorship)

    CD has earned a reputation for giving personalized attention to students and helping them actualize their true potential. While other institutes are bombarding you with more and more questions, we are more concerned about teaching you the right things and helping you retain more and retain better.

    – Private Telegram Group: All your queries solved within 24 hours
    – 1 on 1 calls: Sessions basis merit of participation within the group

    2. Samachar Manthan for Pre (Lectures on current affairs)

    – Covering 3 years of CA: Over 40 hours of videos + intensive notes on all subject:
    – International Organizations will be covered in Blackboard format – Watch Sample videos here: Click2watch
    – Conceptual Subjects will be covered in lecture format
    – Systematic Notes will be provided in pdf format – Read sample notes here: Click2Read

    Lectures for Current Affairs will be updated in between the static subject lectures (See schedule below)

    3. Systematic Core Build-up (Lectures on static subjects)

    Lecture on static subjects would not focus on explaining you the concept per se but on important trivial details you tend to miss while reading the book. Generally, in prelims, the questions are asked from these trivial areas. Thus in our lectures, we will highlight these trivial very important details/facts which cannot be missed at any cost. We will cover all the basic and advanced books for explaining these issues

    To illustrate with an example:

    • Polity

    In the Statutory bodies topic in Laxmikant 1 very important fact is that while In case of appointment of CVC the collegium consists of PM, LOP and Home Minister, in case of CIC the collegium consists of PM,LOP and any Cabinet Minister appointed by PM

    • Modern History

    Similarly In case of modern history if we take the topic of Constitutional development in India , Many people get confused about when elections were introduced in British India some people think that it was started with 1892 act, however, if we closely observe we will find that in 1892, there was the system where The universities, district board, municipalities, zamindars and chambers of commerce were empowered to recommend members to provincial councils.Out of the recommended members, the GG would select the members. The use of term election is no-where used in the 1892 act.

    Or if we take another example and take the Gandhian movement and compare Non-cooperation movement with Civil disobedience movement we find that While Capitalist participation was close to nil in NCM but they participated actively in CDM

    • Indian Economy

    Similarly In case of Economics if we take the topic of Monetary Policy and compare Marginal standing facility with LAF we will find that In case of MSF Bank can maximum borrow up to 2% of its NDTL while in case of LAF Bank can borrow any amount of money as long as it has the securities to sell

    • Indian Geography

    All Indian soils are deficient in nitrogen < If any option in any prelims Question says that soil X is rich in nitrogen then it means that the statement is incorrect. We will try to focus on these trivial details of Geography in our lectures

    Schedule for Static subjects coverage via video lectures:

    2-10 April: Polity

    12-20 April: History

    22-30 April: Economics

    2-10 May: Geography & Environment

    4. Prelims Mocks: 11 FLTs (8 paper 1 TS + 3 CSAT) + 10 Dedicated CA Tests

    – Dedicated paper for Economic Survey, Budget, Govt. Themes
    – Level 3 Tests for Advanced Static + month wise CA to complement the notes
    – Level 2 CSAT papers

    Read our special exhaustive blogs highlighting trends in CSAT (Paper 2 Prelims) and previous years analysis here: 

    For Reading comprehension- Click2Read

    For Maths & Logical reasoning- Click2Read


    Join here

    We made the deal sweeter for you

    SIP : Samanvaya + Lectures + Notes = 5K + taxes: Click2Join

    SIP Comprehensive: Samanvaya + Lectures + Notes + FLTs + CA Tests = 7K + taxes: Click2Join
    SIP TS: FLTs + CA Tests = 3K + taxes: Click2Join
    FLTs only: 1.5K + taxes: Click2Join
    Students of Flagship and Advanced TS will get a 50% discount on SIP Comprehensive. This will be automatically adjusted at the time of their joining

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  •  Megha Shah @meghashah

    How to join

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Use any of the links provided at the end of above post to join the desired program

  •  Aakanksha Hatekar @aakankshahatekar

    how to joint it….please help me

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Use any of the links provided at the the end of above post to join the desired program

  •  praveen prashant @praveen-prashant

    how to join?

  •  Kchkiransingh Singh @kchsingh111

    Hello I want to join please can you provide contact number

  •  MUKUL VATS @wwwmukulvats125

    I had joined flt batch 1 , will I have to join again??

  •  Rajendra Baad @rajendrabaad

    Give details of this programme

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      All details are updated in the post above. If you have any specific doubts related to the program, please mail us on hello@civilsdaily.com

    •  Kchkiransingh Singh @kchsingh111

      Ma’am please help me

  •  prem raj @premrazz777

    Are these lectures live ? Or do we have access to them anytime ?

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      The lectures are not live. You can access them anytime as per your convenience.

  •  Krunal Patel @krunal131289

    Do we have detailed time-table for coverage of static portion along with current affairs or we will get it at the commencement of the program?

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Please see that below point number 3 in this post.

    •  Krunal Patel @krunal131289

      I am talking about topic wise of revision of static portion. Like you have given in free part of the this program.

  •  Garima Bajpai @garimabajpai

    i have paid for sip comprehensive program , i have not received any pdf or link to samachar manthan videos please send them

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Hi,

      All details regarding the program have been sent over a separate email to you and they will also be updated soon in documents section on prelims.civilsdaily.com

      The program starts on April 1 and video links and notes will be provided at that time.

    •  Aakanksha Chopra @ashichopra1194

      According to what was scheduled I still haven’t received any pdf related to polity which was to begin from 2 April 2018

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Hi,
      We have not assured PDFs for static subjects but only lectures (please refer to point 3 in post above)
      First lecture for Polity is now available in documents section on prelims.civilsdaily.com

    •  Aakanksha Chopra @ashichopra1194

      Yes I got it!!

    •  Krunal Patel @krunal131289

      Yes. This is really disappointing. I have emailed them too but no reply from them. Don’t understand how this whole “jam-packed schedule” is going to unfold!

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Hi,
      We had assured of uploading video lecture for polity by today evening and have fulfilled that. Little bit of patience is desirable from student’s end.

  •  I M Thamizachi @i-m-thamizachi

    Lectures are on english or hindi?

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Lectures will be in English

  •  Siddhant Saurabh @siddhant-saurabh

    There is a cap on LAF also, it’s 1% of NDTL, (0.75 of variable repo and 0.25% of term repo) and also if my memory serves right, the cap on MSF is 2.5% of NDTL.

  •  Baidyanath Mandal @mandal08ec

    how can we contact u?
    pls share contact info for assurance

  •  Kunal Kaushik @kunalkaushik

    sir,
    i have joined samachar manthan program in Bath 5, do i have to register separately for SIP or samachar manthan covers it?

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Hi,

      Lecture and notes will be provided to samachar manthan students. If you want to join prelims tests, you can subscribe to SIP TS or FLTs

  •  Utkarsh Deep @utkarshdeep

    plz share the schedule of the lectures also.

    •  Tanay Rathi @tanayrathi7

      Lecture schedule will be shared soon.

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