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Master essay writing to score 150+|Step-by-step learning| 1:1 Teaching| For Mains 2021 and 2022

Essay FLT Programme 2021

The essay must be prepared first if you are appearing 2021 Main Exam. This is also the right time to start essay for those who will appear in 2022. The importance of essays for the exam cannot be overstated.

While the performance of students is more or less the same in GS papers (especially 1,2,3), but in the case of essays, the variation of marks is rather huge (from 60s to 160s). Yes, a single Essay paper can create a gulf of 100 marks. Obviously, this can’t be filled!

Writing a good essay can be very challenging and confusing. Time and again we’ve received many queries from students like:

  1. Reviews provide additional points but don’t address the inherent shortcomings and deficiency in my skills.
  2. Will reading ready-made sample essays help me prepare for essays?
  3. Don’t know how to start an essay, how to organize one.
  4. Can we do well in essays without practicing by re-using our GS paper knowledge alone?
  5. Is there a universal format that I can stick to?
  6. Content related- some suffer from information overload other from information deficit.
  7. Importance of rough work for essays.
  8. Difficulty in balancing time and quality in both topics.

That’s why we’ve invested a great deal of energy to create a program the likes of which are offered by no one else.

What is the Essay Full-Length Tests Programme 2021?

What makes the program distinctive is – its process-driven approach. The process may have some common minimum steps for all but your individuality in the form of your essay writing is paramount. Here comes the role of a mentor with whom a reliable one-to-one discussion will certainly be a game-changer. 

What are we offering and how is it unique?

Not information-centric, rather analytical and critical style of Essay writing. Our focus is on personalized attention in evaluation, execution, and course correction

CEP Methodology: 

  1. Orientation Session – brainstorming, thesis statement, types of introduction, way to conclude, main body arguments and their organisation in your essay.
  2. Pre-test discussion on the theme for building the arguments and content.
  3. Post-test one-on-one discussion with evaluated copy.

Highly relevant, precise, and thoughtful topic selection

Our research tells us there are 8 broad themes of essays being asked since 2010 – Economy, Polity, Women Issues, Education, Science & Tech, Philosophy, IR, Miscellaneous.

  1. Social Issues- Women Issues, Social Movements, Class, Caste, Youth, Geriatric
  2. Economy, 
  3. Political System and Governance 
  4. Human Development- Health, Education, Employment
  5. Science & Technology- IT/ITeS, AI
  6. Ethical, Abstract or Philosophical, 
  7. IR
  8. Miscellaneous

An innovative methodology for reviews

Our biggest innovation lies in our review methodology. Specific portions of your essay will be highlighted with symbols to indicate issues in essay writing:

  1. FUNDAMENTAL FLAWS like judgments/strong postures which need to be avoided at all costs.
  2. APPRECIATION for uniqueness.
  3. STRUCTURE is not maintained. Issues with Language and expression.
  4. GENERAL SUGGESTIONS for candidates.

Along with this, Arpit sir will also leave specific reviews on strengths and weaknesses.

We don’t want to merely suggest additional points that can be googled by the student themselves or point out superficial flaws like not ‘sticking to the topic’. They don’t necessarily highlight the shortcomings in the essay. This adds very little value to students. We go much beyond that and help students fix major flaws in their essays.

10 parameters on which your essays are going to get evaluated

  1. Comprehension of the topic
  2. Language and Expression
  3. Structure and Organisation of thought.
  4. Objectivity and Biases. Balance of perception
  5. Attitude whether a learner or judgmental
  6. Focus and attention
  7. Content and Source matter, Knowledge and information processing capability
  8. Ability to forge links in an interdisciplinary manner
  9. The simplicity of disposition
  10. Observational Skills

Model essays with indicative structure and good essay copies 

You will be provided with good essay copies to serve as sample answers. This is a better alternative than sample answers which are hastily written and at times not updated with the latest figures.

Students have an incorrect impression that going through a sample essay will somehow help them write better essays. This is absolutely incorrect.

To develop your competency in tackling different topics, you have to be able to come up with appropriate structures. This aspect of the program addresses this issue.

The expectation from you would be that you study the solutions in detail and try to address the shortcomings in your essays. Should doubts still persist, we’re here to help.

One-to-one Mentorship and CivilsDaily’s handholding

This component of the program is the most important. Post-evaluation of your essay test you will get on a one-to-one discussion with Arpit sir. He will discuss the topic in considerable depth, appropriate structure, pitfalls to avoid, etc.

Along with that, Sir will also discuss copies presenting different styles in which the essays could be attempted.

Membership to an exclusive group on Habitat

Habitat is our learning platform, here you’ll be given membership to an exclusive Essay group. This group will be administered by Arpit sir, Sajal sir, in-service officers, rankers, and other mentors.

For essays, you need multiple perspectives to understand a topic or an issue in its entirety. You need discussions; arguments; confluence, confrontation, and integration of ideas. Here, discussions will be facilitated by mentors and enriched by different viewpoints by peers. Moreover, you can ask and discuss any of your doubts with peers and Arpit sir.

Besides these, you will receive the following

  • Any additional material that we release for essays.
  • Notes and reference material including good articles, essays, etc. on Habitat group.

Program inclusion

  1. 6 FLTs
  2. Detailed orientation for beginners
  3. Process building Sessions 
  4. Content/Approach Building Sessions
  5. Model essays
  6. One-to-one mentorship
  7. Membership to exclusive Essay group on Habitat
  8. Notes and references on Habitat
  9. Topic-wise arranged PYQs

Time-table Essay Full-Length Tests:

Test 131st October 2021
Test 210th November 2021
Test 320th November 2021
Test 430th November 2021
Test 510th December 2021
Test 6 20th December 2021

About Arpit Sir:

Arpit sir is an Engineer by qualification and a teacher by inclination. He has experience of all the stages of UPSC and is in the coaching industry for about 8 years with diverse exposure. For him, process is more important than instant gratification as once learnt then it is the Process that will ensure exam outcome.

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Link Inside || Register & JOIN NOW || Live Webinar || Make a strong bounce back after the 2021 prelims failure? || Free webinar by Sajal sir

Zoom Meeting Details to log in and join:-
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Passcode: 500758


Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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Registrations to Close in 2 Hrs || Make a strong bounce back after the 2021 prelims failure? || Free webinar by Sajal sir

Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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Limited Slots || Last few hours left || Make a strong bounce back after the 2021 prelims failure? || Free webinar by Sajal sir

Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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Make strong Come back after the 2021 prelims failure? | Free webinar by Sajal sir

Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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How to bounce back strongly after the 2021 prelims failure? | Free webinar by Sajal sir

Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

About Sajal Sir

He is the founder and Core Faculty at CD. An economics Post-Graduate, He had scored the highest marks in GS Mains in the 2017 UPSC exam, and under his guidance, more than 80 students cracked the UPSC exam in 2020.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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How to bounce back strongly after the 2021 prelims failure? | Free webinar by Sajal sir

Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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Learn from your failures in Prelims 2021 | Free webinar by Sajal sir

Failing to qualify Prelims does not mean that you give up! There have been top rankers in the history of UPSC who failed to qualify Prelims multiple times but learned from each mistake and kept improving themselves. Pranav Vijayvargiya (AIR Rank 65) 2020 is the biggest example of this. He failed consecutively in 2 prelims but he kept himself motivated and finally got (AIR Rank 65) under the guidance of Sajal sir.

Fear of failure keeps you from learning and this is not the time to lose hope! It may be a tough situation but there’s still a lot you can learn from it.

Sajal Sir has helped over 400 aspirants secure ranks in the last 6 years. He has helped 30 students secure ranks in the top 100 in UPSC 2020. He knows about success but he also knows how success is built from lessons of failure. He knows how bad the situation may become if you don’t qualify for Prelims but he also knows how to use that learning to crack the exam. And that’s the secret he will share with you in an absolutely free webinar.

What will you learn in the webinar?

  1. How to keep yourself motivated in this exam process whose gestation period is very high.

2. How to cope up with failures in this exam cycle

3. How to maintain consistency during preparation

3. How to re-start preparation again for the 2022 exam

4. Which mistakes to avoid in your next attempt

5. Blueprint of your preparation plan. When to start preparation for prelims again.

6. How to utilize these next 4 months before you start preparing for prelims again.

7. What to study, From where to study, and how to study.

8. Smart study-related practical strategies which work on the ground.

9. 4-2-4 Model of Preparation

10. Open 1-1 Q&A session with Sajal sir

Join Sajal sir for the free webinar and take the first step towards cracking the exam in the upcoming attempt!

Date: 16/10/21

Time: 7 p.m.

About Sajal Sir

He is the founder and Core Faculty at CD. An economics Post-Graduate, He had scored the highest marks in GS Mains in the 2017 UPSC exam, and under his guidance, more than 80 students cracked the UPSC exam in 2020.

This is what Pranav Vijayvergiya (AIR 65) had to say about his experience of studying under the guidance of Sajal Sir:

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Register & Join Live Webinar Now || Link Inside || Scoring 90+ in Prelims? Begin your Mains preparation strategically || Attend our FREE webinar & speak with our mentors in an open discussion post webinar

Dear aspirant,

Prelims is over and it’s time to gear up for Mains; and if you have scored 90+ in UPSC Prelims 2021, you should start your Mains preparation immediately!!!

In UPSC 2020, Civilsdaily helped 80+ students secure ranks in their exams and 30 students of Civilsdaily have secured ranks in the Top 100. The same team that helped aspirants become rankers last year is back again to help you also.

Sukanya ma’am (Mains Program Head) and Birendra sir (Mains Program Coordinator) will be speaking with students at a FREE webinar to discuss the strategies for your Mains.

These are what you’ll get in the webinar:

  1. When to start practicing answers if you are appearing for Mains?
  2. What to study and what not to study. Smart hacks to complete and revise your syllabus in minimum time.
  3. Debunking myths associated with answer writing.
  4. What are the best practices in answer writing ?
  5. Topper’s answer discussed and analysed live (Why did they score high marks).
  6. X-factor required in your answers to score above 100 marks in GS.
  7. Ideal strategy till Mains 2021.
  8. How to allocate your time between GS and Optional?
  9. Importance of Structure and Presentation in getting high marks in UPSC GS mains.
  10. Open Q&A session with Participants.

Date: 13/10/2021

Time: 07:00 p.m. onwards

If you have scored 90+ in Prelims this year, then this webinar is meant for you. Register now.

About Sukanya Ma’am:

Sukanya ma’am has firsthand experience of 4 mains and 2 interviews of UPSC. She has also appeared in the State PCS interview. Before she has worked as an officer in a public sector bank and now as a Mentor at Civilsdaily, she aims to guide future aspirants in finding success.

About Birendra Sir:

Birendra Sir has been part of Mentoring team at Civilsdaily for more than 2 years now. He has a rich experience of guiding 200+ students. Presently, he is working as Mains Coordinator at Civilsdaily.

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Scoring 90+ in Prelims? Begin your mains preparation by attending this FREE webinar and speaking to our mentors.

Dear aspirant,

Prelims is over, and it’s time to gear up for Mains. And if you are scoring 90+ in UPSC Prelims 2021, you should start your Mains preparation immediately!

In UPSC 2020, Civilsdaily helped 80+ students secure ranks in the exam and 30 students of Civilsdaily secured ranks in the Top 100. The same team that helped aspirants become rankers last year is back again to help you.

Sukanya mam’ (Mains Program Head) and Birendra sir (Mains Program Coordinator) will be speaking with students at a FREE webinar to discuss the strategies for your Mains. This is what you’ll get in the webinar:

  1. When to start practicing answers if you are appearing for Mains?
  2. What to study and what not to study. Smart hacks to complete and revise your syllabus in minimum time.
  3. Debunking myths associated with answer writing.
  4. What are the best practices in answer-writing ?
  5. Topper’s answer discussed and analysed live (Why did they score high marks).
  6. X-factor required in your answers to score above 100 marks in GS.
  7. Ideal strategy till Mains 2021.
  8. How to distribute your time between GS and Optionals?
  9. Importance of Structure and Presentation in getting high marks in UPSC GS mains.
  10. Open Q&A session with Participants.

Date: 13/10/2021

Time: 7 p.m. onwards

If you have scored 90+ in Prelims this year, then this webinar is meant for you. Register now.

About Sukanya Rana:

Sukanya ma’am has firsthand experience of 4 mains and 2 interviews of UPSC. She has also appeared in the State PCS interview. Before she has worked as an officer in a public sector bank and now as a Mentor at Civilsdaily, she aims to guide future aspirants in finding success.

About Birendra Yadav:

Birendra Sir has been part of Mentoring team at Civilsdaily for more than 2 years now. He has a rich experience of guiding 200+ students. Presently, he is working as Mains Coordinator at Civilsdaily.

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Scoring 90+ in Prelims? Begin your mains preparation by attending this FREE webinar at 7 pm today and speaking to our mentors|Registration closing soon|

Dear aspirant,

Prelims is over, and it’s time to gear up for Mains. And if you are scoring 90+ in UPSC Prelims 2021, you should start your Mains preparation immediately!

In UPSC 2020, Civilsdaily helped 80+ students secure ranks in the exam and 30 students of Civilsdaily secured ranks in the Top 100. The same team that helped aspirants become rankers last year is back again to help you.

Sukanya mam’ (Mains Program Head) and Birendra sir (Mains Program Coordinator) will be speaking with students at a FREE webinar to discuss the strategies for your Mains. This is what you’ll get in the webinar:

  1. When to start practicing answers if you are appearing for Mains?
  2. What to study and what not to study. Smart hacks to complete and revise your syllabus in minimum time.
  3. Debunking myths associated with answer writing.
  4. What are the best practices in answer-writing ?
  5. Topper’s answer discussed and analysed live (Why did they score high marks).
  6. X-factor required in your answers to score above 100 marks in GS.
  7. Ideal strategy till Mains 2021.
  8. How to distribute your time between GS and Optionals?
  9. Importance of Structure and Presentation in getting high marks in UPSC GS mains.
  10. Open Q&A session with Participants.

Date: 13/10/2021

Time: 7 p.m. onwards

If you have scored 90+ in Prelims this year, then this webinar is meant for you. Register now.

About Sukanya Rana:

Sukanya ma’am has firsthand experience of 4 mains and 2 interviews of UPSC. She has also appeared in the State PCS interview. Before she has worked as an officer in a public sector bank and now as a Mentor at Civilsdaily, she aims to guide future aspirants in finding success.

About Birendra Yadav:

Birendra Sir has been part of Mentoring team at Civilsdaily for more than 2 years now. He has a rich experience of guiding 200+ students. Presently, he is working as Mains Coordinator at Civilsdaily.

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Prelims 2021 Complete Analysis and Cut-off Prediction by Sajal Sir || YouTube Live Streaming today @07:00 p.m (YouTube Link Inside)

Dear aspirants,

October 10, 2021, is your D-day. We hope you are geared up for the exam. We wish you all the best for Prelims 2021, and we are here to tell you that we will be ready with you!

Join Sajal sir after your Prelims on the 10th for an absolutely free webinar. This is what Sajal sir will discuss:-

  1. The difficulty level of Prelims 2021
  2. What was the pattern of this year’s exam
  3. Complete analysis of the Prelims paper
  4. Detailed discussion on important points from the exam
  5. And expected cutoff for this year

Sajal sir has been accurately predicting the cutoffs for the last three years with a margin of +/- 2 marks only. Join him in the webinar and get a complete understanding of this year’s Prelims after you have given the exam.

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Download UPSC Prelims Paper 1 Here

Hello aspirants, you can download Paper 1 (Set C) from the link given below.

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‘India Today’ covers Sajal sir’s tips on managing mental health while preparing for govt. exam | Read it here

Dear aspirants,

Preparing for government exams like the UPSC could take a massive toll on your mental health. Many aspirants start feeling depressed, anxious, and some even think of taking extreme steps like committing suicide.

Remember: Your life and mental health are more important than any exam in the world.

Sajal sir and the mentors at Civilsdaily are dedicated to helping you during your most difficult times. We want to tell you that there are many ways in which you can cope with the pressure, and we can help you remain positive with our complete support. You can speak to our mentors anytime and they will help you manage the pressure with practical tips.

India Today has covered Sajal sir’s practical tips on managing your mental health while preparing for the exam. You can read it by clicking the link given below.

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How Civilsdaily Mentorship helped Karishma secure AIR 14 in UPSC 2020

It is always a proud moment for us when our students succeed, and we feel humbled when they thank us for our guidance. Karishma Nair (AIR 14, 2020) wrote a personal note to Sajal sir and Civilsdaily after securing AIR 14 and in the letter she explained how our mentorship helped her succeed!

Under the guidance of Sajal sir, Karishma Nair received regular detailed feedback. Each and every answer was analysed and every mistake removed. She says in the letter that the feedback helped her improve every day.

Not only that, her mentor was always available to guide her. She received a structured approach to the UPSC syllabus and answer-writing along with help and motivation throughout her preparation. With time, she was able to improve her performance and was able to secure AIR 14 in UPSC 2020. You can read her letter below:

Civilsdaily’s personal guidance and mentorship program helped 80 aspirants like Karishma crack UPSC exam. You could be next! Just fill the form below to speak personally with Karishma’s mentor, now!

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We are hiring! We need a Communications Manager and we invite you to apply | Job Description Inside

We, at Civilsdaily, are eagerly looking out for a Communications Manager, and we are inviting you to apply for the position.

Communications Manager Job Description:

We are looking for a self-motivated and talented communications manager to lead our communications department. In this position, you will be in charge of producing high-quality content that engages customers and builds brand recognition. Please read the responsibilities and requirements below. If you feel that you fit the bill then apply using the form below and we would love to have a chat with you!

Responsibilities:

  1. Plan and manage the content and production of all marketing materials.
  2. Work with different marketing departments to generate new ideas and strategies.
  3. Create communication and marketing strategies for new products, launches, events, and promotions.
  4. Researches and understands key business challenges, customer behavior, target audiences, competitive activity, and environmental factors that impacts programs within the business and assigned departments.
  5. Liaise with PR agencies and sustain effective relations.
  6. Taking ownership and developing strategies for Social Media.
  7. Strategising and executing all forms of out-bound communication. 

Skills Required:

  1. Strong, versatile, and effective writing skills
  2. Good organisational, planning, and coordination skills
  3. Ability to multi-task and re-prioritise as needed
  4. Desire to take full ownership of assigned projects and can work independently
  5. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  6. Possesses a sense of urgency; is self-motivated and detail-minded
  7. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build collaborative relationships
  8. Good verbal presentation, group dynamic, and facilitation skills
  9. Proactive approach in resolving problems and issues

Experience requirement:

  1. 3+ years of experience in content development and strategy formulation.
  2. Demonstrated experience with social media platforms.
  3. Digital marketing experience of 3+ years would be preferred.
  4. Experience of working in a high-volume and fast-paced environment.
  5. If you have a background in UPSC, it would definitely help.

To apply, please click on the link below and fill the form:

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Over 80 Civilsdaily students became RANKERS in UPSC civil services 2020(30 in top 100)| YOU can be NEXT| New batch of Foundation 2022 Starting Oct 16th| Schedule your free mentorship call

Civilsdaily helped over 80 aspirants become Rankers in the UPSC exam 2020!

30 Civilsdaily students secured ranks in the top 100 (more than any other institute)!

Our results improved by 80% in just one year!

Our top rankers from UPSC 2020

Now, we are launching another batch of Foundation 2022 using the same strategy and plan that got us this incredible result.

80 Students realized their dream of cracking the exam. YOU could be next!

So, what is Foundation 2022, and how will it help you?

  1. It is a complete program for IAS 2022 which includes:
  2. Master Classes -to ensure comprehensive coverage of all the portions of static syllabus along with an in-depth analysis.
  3. Ultimate Assessment Program – to evaluate your level of preparation through various tests- Prelims, Mains, Essay, Samachar Manthan, Decimate Prelims.
  4. A dedicated mentor to guide you through the maze of the UPSC exam.
  5. Exclusive membership to Civilsdaily Community on Habitat.

What is Ultimate Assessment Program 2022

A mentor-guided assessment program to keep you on track at all times and bring in strategic interventions when and where required.

How are we going to approach UPSC IAS 2022?

Broadly, six factors determine your success in cracking this prestigious IAS exam.

The most important being understanding the expectations of UPSC. According to that planning and strategizing. Then Learning – Knowledge and information. Then Analyzing – making linkages, connections, etc. After that, Executing and utilizing information, and Constant course correction – because mistakes are inevitable, need to rectify them asap.

How will it help you?

Through our mentorship-driven and personalized approach, we’re hell-bent on simplifying things for you. Hence, we have come up with a plan that you will instantly connect with you and give you a vibe that yes you can do it!

1. Integrated Approach

Preparation for Prelims and Mains is harmonized. You study a subject, attempt prelims tests, and then attempt mains tests for the same. This leads to solid preparation.

Many institutes out there will not able to present an integrated approach. They offer separate timetables for prelims and mains confusing the students further. That’s not the case with us!

2. Priority-wise Coverage of subjects

We are starting with the most important subjects from the exam perspective first. These are very predictable + have a very high return on investment. They need to be mastered if one has to have a shot at the exam. Polity, Modern History, and Economics. The lower priority ones follow afterward.

3. Logical Division of Topics

Subjects have been divided into topics that logically fit together. Eg. for Polity we ask you to prepare in 2 parts – first, till Central Government and second, from State Government and beyond. This division is not ad-hoc and does not break the flow of your studies.

4. Base and Advanced Sources

We have divided the sources into 2 parts, Base Sources, and Advanced Sources. Base sources are those which you have to master. You should come to advanced sources only when you are thorough with the Base Sources.

All this is under the guidance of a dedicated mentor who will oversee your progress, help you strategize your preparation, plan it and make it measurable, help you analyze and evaluate your preparation; and introduce strategic interventions wherever and whenever required.

Here’s what students have to say about the program:

Do not wait, start on the right track. Civilsdaily has helped 80 aspirants become rankers. You can be next!

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How to solve the UPSC 2021 Prelims paper? Remember these points

UPSC Prelims paper is designed to test your accuracy and your eye for detail. As an aspirant, your target is not to answer all the questions but accurately answer as many questions as possible. The analysis of the last 5 years of cutoffs reveals that answering 55-60 questions correctly is sufficient to qualify, so the primary objective of any aspirant should be to reach this number while minimizing the number of incorrect answers. 

Keep in mind that UPSC Prelims Paper 1 provides an ample amount of time for students to answer the questions. Accuracy, more than time management, is the skill required to crack this paper. And here is the simple 4-step process you can follow to clear Prelims 2021:

Step 1 – In the first step, go through the paper and answer all those questions whose answers you know with 100% certainty. These are the questions where you don’t even have to think twice for the correct answer. Most of these questions are direct in nature and take less than a minute to solve.

Step 2 – In this step, spot the questions which you can solve with a little bit of thought. These are often statement-based questions that you’ll have to analyze for a few extra seconds and then arrive at the solution. Keep in mind that you are absolutely sure of the answers to these questions before marking the answer. Step1 and Step 2, therefore, require you to answer questions where you don’t doubt your answers.

Before moving to step 3, count the number of questions you have attempted. Keep in mind that even with complete confidence in your answers, a few of them may be wrong. Suppose you have marked 55 answers that you are sure of, factor in at least 4-5 questions you may have gotten wrong. Move to step 3 with this calculation in mind.

Step 3 – In this step, you will need to take some time. Dig into your memory. Try elimination techniques to reduce the number of options. Then you’ll need to take an educated guess for the correct answer. 

Using the first three methods, most serious aspirants can solve 75-80 questions in a period of 90 minutes. More often than not, this is sufficient for you to score above the cutoff. But, if you feel low on confidence and believe that you may still need a few more questions, then move to the next step. Don’t worry, you’ll still have around 30 minutes remaining.

Step 4 – In this step, pick the questions where you can eliminate at least 1-2 options. You will have 2 remaining options but no certainty. This is a risky step and you’ll have to make sure that you do not attempt a lot of questions in this round. 

While this is the process of approaching the paper, there are a few additional elements that you’ll need to keep in mind:

  1. Analyse the paper on-spot – Do not go to the examination hall with a predefined cutoff in your mind. After the first round of reading, you’ll have a fair idea of how difficult or easy the paper is in relation to the last few years. Target a cut-off based on this analysis. A target of 115-120, however, is the best to achieve.
  2. Avoid silly mistakes – Read the questions correctly. UPSC often stumps students with tricky language. Make sure you understand the question perfectly before answering. Also, keep marking the answers in your question paper and the OMR sheet simultaneously. If you wait for the end of the exam to mark the OMR sheet, you may make mistakes due to the time rush and lose valuable marks.
  3. Brush up on answering techniques – There are multiple answering techniques like elimination, extremity test, etc. that can be extremely helpful. For example, if an option presents you with an extreme point of view for a topic, that option is incorrect more often than not. A quick revision of these techniques with examples can help you make better educated guesses.
  4. Rest – The most important thing of all is to rest before the exam. A couple of days before the exam won’t make a difference to your studies. Take this time to rest your mind and body. Relax yourself, eat well, sleep well, and go for the exam in a calm state of mind. You have done the hard work already, don’t let negative thoughts cloud your judgement now.

Remember – You can do it and you will do it, trust yourself!

All the best from our team at Civilsdaily!

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Jagrati Awasthi (AIR 2) recommends the rich quality of Civilsdaily content for UPSC | Watch the interview | Speak directly with our mentor now

We, at Civilsdaily, dedicate our work to our students, and we work hard every day to make sure our students get the best guidance and study material possible. Our efforts feel magical when our students succeed and share their views.

Jagrati Awasthi, AIR 2, had an interview with a television channel about her success. And in that interview, she recommended Civilsdaily for preparation. She said that the content on Civilsdaily is rich and high quality. It helped her prepare better for Mains and succeed!

You can watch the video here:

If you wish to speak directly with a personal mentor on Civilsdaily, just fill this form and the mentor will get back to you for a personalized discussion.

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Jagrati Awasthi (AIR 2) recommends the rich quality of Civildaily content for UPSC | Watch the interview | Speak directly with our mentor now

We, at Civilsdaily, dedicate our work to our students, and we work hard every day to make sure our students get the best guidance and study material possible. Our efforts feel magical when our students succeed and share their views.

Jagrati Awasthi, AIR 2, had an interview with a television channel about her success. And in that interview, she recommended Civilsdaily for preparation. She said that the content on Civilsdaily is rich and high quality. It helped her prepare better for Mains and succeed!

You can watch the video here:

If you wish to speak directly with one of our mentors on Civilsdaily, just fill this form and the mentor will get back to you for a personalized discussion.