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Learn the intricacies of Modern History with Asif sir, a serving officer | Free webinar for UPSC aspirants

Dear aspirants,

Almost every year UPSC is consistently asking for quite a significant number of questions from Modern History – Preliminary and Main Exam. Modern History is a very complicated subject and there is a lot of confusion as to how this subject is to be prepared. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in this subject if you have just started it and to give you the direction if you are going to start it now.

It is extremely important to cover modern history as more than 17 questions can come from this subject.

Webinar offers:

The contour of the syllabus: Which sections of the syllabus need to be read intensively and which part requires summary reading.

Source: It includes what to read and in what sequencing as without that one may continue reading history without any significant increment in the output.

Process Orientation: Methodology to study for prelims and what kind of approach is required for mains.

Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach of answer writing, especially in the mains. 

The webinar will also have a Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in this subject. 

Overall this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 26/9/2021 (Sunday)

Time: 7 P.M.

About the mentor:

Asif sir is a serving officer and cleared the UP PSC exam.

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Is the fear of failure making you inconsistent?| Learn how to fight your fears and you will succeed!

I feel scared because I am not able to complete my syllabus!

I am afraid that even with all my efforts, I will fail the exam.

What will happen if I can’t manage my time well?

I don’t know how to plan my studies and I am afraid I will fail!

I feel anxious because there is so much to study but so little time!

Do these thoughts come to your mind often? We have spoken to over 8,000 UPSC aspirants in the last 3 years and most of them said that they were extremely scared of failing! This fear of failure becomes so dominant that they become nervous, anxious, and cannot concentrate on their studies. And this might be true for you too!

Remember: Fear of failure is just in your mind. You can learn how to remove it and YOU CAN remove it!

This is what most of the students said when we talked about their fear of failure:

  1. High competition – Over 10 lakh aspirants prepare for the exam but there are less than 1000 vacancies. Yes, it’s true that the competition is tough but this should not make you scared. Why? Because this exam is more about strategy and handwork than talent. If you have the right strategy and the right guidance, there is no force in the world that can stop you from succeeding!
  2. Vast syllabus – Coping with the syllabus is the scariest thing for the aspirants. There’s just too much to study, isn’t there? But the fact is that the you DON’T have to read everything! It is important that first you learn what to study and what not to study. This reduces your syllabus load by more than 30%. The moment you do this, you already have an advantage over other candidates. You get more time to study less and revise more.
  3. Competing with the top talents – Most aspirants fear that they are competing with IITians, people from IIM, doctors, etc. They fear that they do not have the talent to succeed. But if you analyse the syllabus, read only the most focused study material, and remain consistent, you have every opportunity to crack this exam. Remember, a good plan with execution is the key to success.
  4. Financial pressure – A large number of students feel overwhelmed by the financial pressure. The study materials are expensive, the coaching institutes charge a lot, they have to manage living in different cities to study, etc. But, what if you had a dedicated mentor who provided you only the most important study material and coached you throughout the year? All you need is one mentor who knows how to guide you and fixed study material. Your financial burden will reduce drastically after that.
  5. Time management for working professionals – Working professionals often do not find sufficient time to study. The work pressure, office timings, and other responsibilities often keep them busy. With so little time, they often feel scared that they won’t be able to complete the syllabus. But, this is not something you should be scared of. You just need 3 things: A fixed study plan based on your schedule, a fixed study material that you can revise often, and a guide who keeps you motivated and on track. With just a little help, you can overcome this problem easily.

Every fear you have can be solved. Everything that scares you can be handled. And everything that makes you anxious can be resolved. YOU CAN LEARN to fight your fears and if you feel that you need help and guidance you can speak with our mentors anytime. 

Do not be afraid, don’t fear failing, our mentors can talk to you and teach you how to manage your anxiety. For practical solutions, just fill this form and our mentors will get in touch with you to help you FIGHT your FEAR so that you can become an IAS officer.

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Is your fear of failure is stopping you from cracking the UPSC exam? | Learn how to fight your fears and you will succeed!

I feel scared because I am not able to complete my syllabus!

I am afraid that even with all my efforts, I will fail the exam.

What will happen if I can’t manage my time well?

I don’t know how to plan my studies and I am afraid I will fail!

I feel anxious because there is so much to study but so little time!

Do these thoughts come to your mind often? We have spoken to over 8,000 UPSC aspirants in the last 3 years and most of them said that they were extremely scared of failing! This fear of failure becomes so dominant that they become nervous, anxious, and cannot concentrate on their studies. And this might be true for you too!

Remember: Fear of failure is just in your mind. You can learn how to remove it and YOU CAN remove it!

This is what most of the students said when we talked about their fear of failure:

  1. High competition – Over 10 lakh aspirants prepare for the exam but there are less than 1000 vacancies. Yes, it’s true that the competition is tough but this should not make you scared. Why? Because this exam is more about strategy and handwork than talent. If you have the right strategy and the right guidance, there is no force in the world that can stop you from succeeding!
  2. Vast syllabus – Coping with the syllabus is the scariest thing for the aspirants. There’s just too much to study, isn’t there? But the fact is that the you DON’T have to read everything! It is important that first you learn what to study and what not to study. This reduces your syllabus load by more than 30%. The moment you do this, you already have an advantage over other candidates. You get more time to study less and revise more.
  3. Competing with the top talents – Most aspirants fear that they are competing with IITians, people from IIM, doctors, etc. They fear that they do not have the talent to succeed. But if you analyse the syllabus, read only the most focused study material, and remain consistent, you have every opportunity to crack this exam. Remember, a good plan with execution is the key to success.
  4. Financial pressure – A large number of students feel overwhelmed by the financial pressure. The study materials are expensive, the coaching institutes charge a lot, they have to manage living in different cities to study, etc. But, what if you had a dedicated mentor who provided you only the most important study material and coached you throughout the year? All you need is one mentor who knows how to guide you and fixed study material. Your financial burden will reduce drastically after that.
  5. Time management for working professionals – Working professionals often do not find sufficient time to study. The work pressure, office timings, and other responsibilities often keep them busy. With so little time, they often feel scared that they won’t be able to complete the syllabus. But, this is not something you should be scared of. You just need 3 things: A fixed study plan based on your schedule, a fixed study material that you can revise often, and a guide who keeps you motivated and on track. With just a little help, you can overcome this problem easily.

Every fear you have can be solved. Everything that scares you can be handled. And everything that makes you anxious can be resolved. YOU CAN LEARN to fight your fears and if you feel that you need help and guidance you can speak with our mentors anytime. 

Do not be afraid, don’t fear failing, our mentors can talk to you and teach you how to manage your anxiety. For practical solutions, just fill this form and our mentors will get in touch with you to help you FIGHT your FEAR so that you can become an IAS officer.

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Increase your chances of cracking UPSC by 50% by picking the right study material

Do you know the one area where UPSC aspirants lose a lot of time and waste a lot of their efforts? It’s finding the right study material to begin their preparation. There are literally thousands of books available in the market and most students end up buying a lot of books without realizing that most of them are not useful.

In fact, an analysis of the last ten years’ papers has revealed that around 50% of the effort in cracking the exam lies in the strategy. And if you know how to pick the right study material from the start, your chances of cracking the exam increases by 50%.

The biggest problem new aspirants face is deciding what to study and what not to study. This wastes their time, and the syllabus starts piling up. So, what can you do to identify the right material as you start your preparation? We have spoken with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years to create the most effective and suitable study material.

  • History – Students often buy and read multiple books like Bipin Chandra, Grover, Sumit Sarkar, Chattopadhyay, etc. But if History is not your optional subject, you really do not need to read each of these books. You need to be highly selective and use the most important source that can help you get marks in the exam. A quick review of the previous year’s question papers would give you an idea about the kinds of question that come from History. Eliminate the idea of reading everything, read only the books that matter.
  • Geography – While NCERTs are a must read for any UPSC aspirant, there are specific books like G.C. Leong, Savindra Singh, Majid Hussain, etc. For example, there are many technical chapters in Savindra Singh like isostasy, drainage patterns, etc. Are they important? No! Should you spend time on them? No. Limit your study material but read the selected ones in detail. Instead, you can simply speak to our mentors and reduce your reading material to only the most important chapters.
  • Art and culture – UPSC asks a lot of questions from Art and Culture but there is no one book that is completely helpful. Often, UPSC asks some questions that you may not find in most of the popular books. For example, if you are reading Nitin Singhania, you do not have to read the chapters on Cinema and Circus. You do not have to read every chapter in every book!
  • Current affairs – Yes, it is important to read the newspaper but how do you identify what to read in a newspaper? Is everything important? No! Should you make a note of everything that comes in the newspaper? No! Try to identify only those topics that will fetch you marks, everything else will waste your time.
  • Environment – Most students read Shankar IAS for environment. But the questions from environment often have Current Affairs element in them. So, while you should read the basic concepts from this book, you will have to tie it with Current Affairs to score.
  • .Science and Tech – Science and tech has a huge syllabus. It contains everything from Biology to Sattelites. But can you read and remember everything? Is it important to know the names of all the human bones? No! It may be important to know India’s space program but do you need to know every sattelite’s details? No! You have to learn to differentiate what is important and what isn’t.
  • Economics – 15 questions were asked from Economics in Prelims 2020. But Economics cannot be completed by reading one book. These questions can only be solved by reading the basic concepts and tying them with current affairs. There is no book that does this perfectly. What will you do? It is best to speak with mentors who know which areas to focus on to get maximum marks. They can help reduce your workload to very specific reading points.
  • Government schemes and plans – You have less than a year to prepare for the exam, can you afford to read all the Yojana, Kurukshetra, etc. before the exam? Should you spend so much time reading topics that may or may not come in the exam? No! Only focused study fetches you marks.

This is an exam of elimination. You can only succeed when you know which study material to eliminate and which to pick. Otherwise, you will have a library of books that are completely useless for your preparation. All your time, money, and efforts will be wasted and you will start feeling overwhelmed by the syllabus.

Remember: Smart work is needed to clear the exam. It’s better to read a particular book many times rather than reading multiple books without revision.

After speaking with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years, our mentors have created the most suitable study material that is selective and highly effective. Speak with our mentors. They will tell you exactly which books and which chapters to read. Don’t waste time, read only the focused material.

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Increase your chances of cracking UPSC by 50% by picking the right study material

Do you know the one area where UPSC aspirants lose a lot of time and waste a lot of their efforts? It’s finding the right study material to begin their preparation. There are literally thousands of books available in the market and most students end up buying a lot of books without realizing that most of them are not useful.

In fact, an analysis of the last ten years’ papers has revealed that around 50% of the effort in cracking the exam lies in the strategy. And if you know how to pick the right study material from the start, your chances of cracking the exam increases by 50%.

The biggest problem new aspirants face is deciding what to study and what not to study. This wastes their time, and the syllabus starts piling up. So, what can you do to identify the right material as you start your preparation? We have spoken with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years to create the most effective and suitable study material.

  • History – Students often buy and read multiple books like Bipin Chandra, Grover, Sumit Sarkar, Chattopadhyay, etc. But if History is not your optional subject, you really do not need to read each of these books. You need to be highly selective and use the most important source that can help you get marks in the exam. A quick review of the previous year’s question papers would give you an idea about the kinds of question that come from History. Eliminate the idea of reading everything, read only the books that matter.
  • Geography – While NCERTs are a must read for any UPSC aspirant, there are specific books like G.C. Leong, Savindra Singh, Majid Hussain, etc. For example, there are many technical chapters in Savindra Singh like isostasy, drainage patterns, etc. Are they important? No! Should you spend time on them? No. Limit your study material but read the selected ones in detail. Instead, you can simply speak to our mentors and reduce your reading material to only the most important chapters.
  • Art and culture – UPSC asks a lot of questions from Art and Culture but there is no one book that is completely helpful. Often, UPSC asks some questions that you may not find in most of the popular books. For example, if you are reading Nitin Singhania, you do not have to read the chapters on Cinema and Circus. You do not have to read every chapter in every book!
  • Current affairs – Yes, it is important to read the newspaper but how do you identify what to read in a newspaper? Is everything important? No! Should you make a note of everything that comes in the newspaper? No! Try to identify only those topics that will fetch you marks, everything else will waste your time.
  • Environment – Most students read Shankar IAS for environment. But the questions from environment often have Current Affairs element in them. So, while you should read the basic concepts from this book, you will have to tie it with Current Affairs to score.
  • .Science and Tech – Science and tech has a huge syllabus. It contains everything from Biology to Sattelites. But can you read and remember everything? Is it important to know the names of all the human bones? No! It may be important to know India’s space program but do you need to know every sattelite’s details? No! You have to learn to differentiate what is important and what isn’t.
  • Economics – 15 questions were asked from Economics in Prelims 2020. But Economics cannot be completed by reading one book. These questions can only be solved by reading the basic concepts and tying them with current affairs. There is no book that does this perfectly. What will you do? It is best to speak with mentors who know which areas to focus on to get maximum marks. They can help reduce your workload to very specific reading points.
  • Government schemes and plans – You have less than a year to prepare for the exam, can you afford to read all the Yojana, Kurukshetra, etc. before the exam? Should you spend so much time reading topics that may or may not come in the exam? No! Only focused study fetches you marks.

This is an exam of elimination. You can only succeed when you know which study material to eliminate and which to pick. Otherwise, you will have a library of books that are completely useless for your preparation. All your time, money, and efforts will be wasted and you will start feeling overwhelmed by the syllabus.

Remember: Smart work is needed to clear the exam. It’s better to read a particular book many times rather than reading multiple books without revision.

After speaking with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years, our mentors have created the most suitable study material that is selective and highly effective. Speak with our mentors. They will tell you exactly which books and which chapters to read. Don’t waste time, read only the focused material.

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Increase your chances of cracking UPSC by 50% by picking the right study material

Do you know the one area where UPSC aspirants lose a lot of time and waste a lot of their efforts? It’s finding the right study material to begin their preparation. There are literally thousands of books available in the market and most students end up buying a lot of books without realizing that most of them are not useful.

In fact, an analysis of the last ten years’ papers has revealed that around 50% of the effort in cracking the exam lies in the strategy. And if you know how to pick the right study material from the start, your chances of cracking the exam increases by 50%.

The biggest problem new aspirants face is deciding what to study and what not to study. This wastes their time, and the syllabus starts piling up. So, what can you do to identify the right material as you start your preparation? We have spoken with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years to create the most effective and suitable study material.

  • History – Students often buy and read multiple books like Bipin Chandra, Grover, Sumit Sarkar, Chattopadhyay, etc. But if History is not your optional subject, you really do not need to read each of these books. You need to be highly selective and use the most important source that can help you get marks in the exam. A quick review of the previous year’s question papers would give you an idea about the kinds of question that come from History. Eliminate the idea of reading everything, read only the books that matter.
  • Geography – While NCERTs are a must read for any UPSC aspirant, there are specific books like G.C. Leong, Savindra Singh, Majid Hussain, etc. For example, there are many technical chapters in Savindra Singh like isostasy, drainage patterns, etc. Are they important? No! Should you spend time on them? No. Limit your study material but read the selected ones in detail. Instead, you can simply speak to our mentors and reduce your reading material to only the most important chapters.
  • Art and culture – UPSC asks a lot of questions from Art and Culture but there is no one book that is completely helpful. Often, UPSC asks some questions that you may not find in most of the popular books. For example, if you are reading Nitin Singhania, you do not have to read the chapters on Cinema and Circus. You do not have to read every chapter in every book!
  • Current affairs – Yes, it is important to read the newspaper but how do you identify what to read in a newspaper? Is everything important? No! Should you make a note of everything that comes in the newspaper? No! Try to identify only those topics that will fetch you marks, everything else will waste your time.
  • Environment – Most students read Shankar IAS for environment. But the questions from environment often have Current Affairs element in them. So, while you should read the basic concepts from this book, you will have to tie it with Current Affairs to score.
  • .Science and Tech – Science and tech has a huge syllabus. It contains everything from Biology to Sattelites. But can you read and remember everything? Is it important to know the names of all the human bones? No! It may be important to know India’s space program but do you need to know every sattelite’s details? No! You have to learn to differentiate what is important and what isn’t.
  • Economics – 15 questions were asked from Economics in Prelims 2020. But Economics cannot be completed by reading one book. These questions can only be solved by reading the basic concepts and tying them with current affairs. There is no book that does this perfectly. What will you do? It is best to speak with mentors who know which areas to focus on to get maximum marks. They can help reduce your workload to very specific reading points.
  • Government schemes and plans – You have less than a year to prepare for the exam, can you afford to read all the Yojana, Kurukshetra, etc. before the exam? Should you spend so much time reading topics that may or may not come in the exam? No! Only focused study fetches you marks.

This is an exam of elimination. You can only succeed when you know which study material to eliminate and which to pick. Otherwise, you will have a library of books that are completely useless for your preparation. All your time, money, and efforts will be wasted and you will start feeling overwhelmed by the syllabus.

Remember: Smart work is needed to clear the exam. It’s better to read a particular book many times rather than reading multiple books without revision.

After speaking with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years, our mentors have created the most suitable study material that is selective and highly effective. Speak with our mentors. They will tell you exactly which books and which chapters to read. Don’t waste time, read only the focused material.

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How to identify the right study material for UPSC 2022 beginners?

Do you know the one area where UPSC aspirants lose a lot of time and waste a lot of their efforts? It’s finding the right study material to begin their preparation. There are literally thousands of books available in the market and most students end up buying a lot of books without realizing that most of them are not useful.

The biggest problem new aspirants face is deciding what to study and what not to study. This wastes their time, and the syllabus starts piling up. So, what can you do to identify the right material as you start your preparation? We have spoken with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years to create the most effective and suitable study material.

  • History – Students often buy and read multiple books like Bipin Chandra, Grover, Sumit Sarkar, Chattopadhyay, etc. But if History is not your optional subject, you really do not need to read each of these books. You need to be highly selective and use the most important source that can help you get marks in the exam. A quick review of the previous year’s question papers would give you an idea about the kinds of question that come from History. Eliminate the idea of reading everything, read only the books that matter.
  • Geography – While NCERTs are a must read for any UPSC aspirant, there are specific books like G.C. Leong, Savindra Singh, Majid Hussain, etc. For example, there are many technical chapters in Savindra Singh like isostasy, drainage patterns, etc. Are they important? No! Should you spend time on them? No. Limit your study material but read the selected ones in detail. Instead, you can simply speak to our mentors and reduce your reading material to only the most important chapters.
  • Art and culture – UPSC asks a lot of questions from Art and Culture but there is no one book that is completely helpful. Often, UPSC asks some questions that you may not find in most of the popular books. For example, if you are reading Nitin Singhania, you do not have to read the chapters on Cinema and Circus. You do not have to read every chapter in every book!
  • Current affairs – Yes, it is important to read the newspaper but how do you identify what to read in a newspaper? Is everything important? No! Should you make a note of everything that comes in the newspaper? No! Try to identify only those topics that will fetch you marks, everything else will waste your time.
  • Environment – Most students read Shankar IAS for environment. But the questions from environment often have Current Affairs element in them. So, while you should read the basic concepts from this book, you will have to tie it with Current Affairs to score.
  • .Science and Tech – Science and tech has a huge syllabus. It contains everything from Biology to Sattelites. But can you read and remember everything? Is it important to know the names of all the human bones? No! It may be important to know India’s space program but do you need to know every sattelite’s details? No! You have to learn to differentiate what is important and what isn’t.
  • Economics – 15 questions were asked from Economics in Prelims 2020. But Economics cannot be completed by reading one book. These questions can only be solved by reading the basic concepts and tying them with current affairs. There is no book that does this perfectly. What will you do? It is best to speak with mentors who know which areas to focus on to get maximum marks. They can help reduce your workload to very specific reading points.
  • Government schemes and plans – You have less than a year to prepare for the exam, can you afford to read all the Yojana, Kurukshetra, etc. before the exam? Should you spend so much time reading topics that may or may not come in the exam? No! Only focused study fetches you marks.

This is an exam of elimination. You can only succeed when you know which study material to eliminate and which to pick. Otherwise, you will have a library of books that are completely useless for your preparation. All your time, money, and efforts will be wasted and you will start feeling overwhelmed by the syllabus.

Remember: Smart work is needed to clear the exam. It’s better to read a particular book many times rather than reading multiple books without revision.

After speaking with over 400 rankers from the last 2 years, our mentors have created the most suitable study material that is selective and highly effective. Speak with our mentors. They will tell you exactly which books and which chapters to read. Don’t waste time, read only the focused material.

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Last Minute Revision for UPSC 2021 Prelims through audio by Pranav Sir | Over 300 minutes of focused revision material | Listen anytime and revise

Dear aspirants,

We have launched an audio course for your last-minute revision before the exam. The audio course contains over 300 minutes of the most important topics from which the questions are expected in this year’s exam. The course is designed to help you revise the most important topics quickly and score more in the exam. It contains all the factual information and topics that may be asked in the exam.

You can listen to the important topics anytime and anywhere and keep learning every minute. Listening to the audio course will also help you remember the topics in detail and improve your retention during the exam.

The course contains:

Indian History

  1. Civil-Peasant uprisings
  2. Governor-General of India (1773-1857)
  3. Viceroys of India (1857-1947)
  4. Important historical terms
  5. Important texts in Indian history
  6. Tribal rebellion
  7. Tribes of India

Art and culture

  1. Important historical sculptures

Geography

  1. Important straits
  2. National highways
  3. National waterways
  4. Ocean currents
  5. Peninsular rivers
  6. River Indus, Ganga, Brahmaputra

Space Tech

ISRO missions and satellites

Polity

  1. 2 Sets of recent Acts and Bills
  2. 2 Most important Government report and indices

International Affairs

6 Most important International Conventions

Government Schemes and programs

4 Most Important Government schemes

Make the most of every minute you have available before the exam and listen to these topics on audio for comprehensive revision.

About the mentor:

Pranav sir is an NIT Durgapur alumnus. He has firsthand experience of appearing in UPSC mains twice. He has a good command of General studies papers and a keen interest in politics and international relations. He has previously worked as a manager in a corporate firm.

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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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Top reasons why Civilsdaily has the best Economics coverage for the UPSC exam

Economics is central to the UPSC exam. In Prelims, you can expect up to 15 questions based on your knowledge of Economics. In Mains, the knowledge of Economics could fetch you up to 100 marks. Sound knowledge of Economics can also be applied in essay writing. This is why it is essential that you have a good command of the subject and get the right guidance from the very start!

The coverage of Economics at CivilsDaily under the guidance of Sajal Sir has been transformative for students. Our students have been able to answer almost all of the Economics questions in both Prelims and Mains using the study material and techniques we provided. 

In fact, we have narrowed down all the reasons why Civils Daily provides the best coverage of Economics:

A. Free initiatives

Economy – Free Material by Himanshu Sir

  1. It tries to explain the concept using circular Diagram for developing conceptual Clarity

The Inflation

The Deflation

2. We give Layman examples for a better understanding of the topic?

Remember what happened when there was an outbreak of swine flu in India? Due to the outbreak of the swine flu epidemic in India, the government issued a warning that people should wear Breathing Masks to protect them from the infection. As a result, the demand for masks had risen to a very high level, but the supply was limited as the producers of the mask had no anticipation of the swine flu epidemic. Due to the high demand and limited supply of masks, the prices had risen manifold. The case above captures the mechanism of demand-pull inflation.

3. We add a lot of case studies?

Case Study- Money in Nazi’s POW Camps

4. Use of Tables for comparison

For example – Effects of Inflation on Different Sections

Creditor/lenderDebtor/BorrowerPensionerProducersWealth Holders
Inflation harms creditors, as they lose in real terms. A 1000 RS lent @ 5%, will pay an interest rate of 50. If inflation rises to 10%, the price of goods will be 1100, but after interest, the return will only be 1050.Inflation benefits the Debtor as they gain in real terms.Inflation harms the pensioners, if their pensions are not indexed to inflation, and loses money.They stand to gain by inflation since the price of goods and services rise faster than the cost of production as wages take time lag to react.They stand to lose due to inflation, as their real returns fall due to rise in prices. 

5. We use data to explain concepts

  • India has been moderately successful in reducing poverty. In 1990, the all India Poverty HeadCount Ratio (PHCR) was estimated to be 47.8%. 
  • In order to meet the 2015 target, the PHCR level has to be 23.9%. In 2011-12, the PHCR was 21.9%. 
  • This indicates that India has achieved the poverty reduction target, however, progress is uneven. 

6. We connect the Static and the Current Affairs part

For example, in the chapter on Planning we gave a brief historical background wrt what is planning, what are the different types of planning, and India’s experience with planning. We followed it with contemporary aspects like Niti Ayog, Issues with Planning, and reforms needed.

7. We use off-beat topics in mainstream chapters

Eg: We discussed Amartya sen’s Capability approach in the poverty Chapter

8. We cover all the important Government initiatives

For example, in the chapter on poverty, we covered all the recent initiatives launched by the Government for the eradication of poverty.

In the chapter on Banks, the government’s initiatives to tackle NPA are covered extensively.

9. Economic Survey and Niti Aayog – New India @75 document recommendations are covered extensively

For example – In the inclusive growth chapter we have mentioned NITI Aayog’s Strategy for New India @75 recommendations.

 10. Global Comparision

We provide comprehensive global comparison data for a better understanding of the context.

11. We use infographics to help you understand the topics better

wealth inequality in india

12. We use Bullet points and Sub-headings making concepts easy-to-understand

For example -How to reduce Inequalities

  1. Promotion of Labour Intensive Manufacturing: The failure to promote labour-intensive manufacturing like; Construction, Textile, Clothing, Footwear etc. is the single most reason of rising inequalities. The Labour-intensive manufacturing has the potential to absorb millions of people who are leaving farming. 
  2. More Inclusive Growth: The promotion and adoption of an Inclusive Growth Agenda is the only solution to rising inequality problem. Economic growth which is not inclusive will only exacerbate inequality.
  3. Skill Development: The development of advanced skills among the youth is a prerequisite if India wants to make use of its demographic dividend. The skilling of youth by increasing investment in education is the only way we can reduce inequality. India needs to become a Skill-led economy.

B. Daily News initiatives

  1. Newscards

Note 4 Students (Which areas to focus in Mains and Prelims)

2. B2BASICS (Connecting daily news with static part)

3. Previous Year Questions of Prelims

4. Expected Mains Question

5. Article in Q&A/Model answer form (Helps you in writing mock tests).

C. Paid Initiatives

  1. Samachar Manthan (SM)
  • Comprehensive coverage

Economics is the mainstay of the SM program. We cover almost 10-12 Economics news every week and out of them, 6-7 Topics are given comprehensive coverage.

For eg in Week 15 of SM we have covered the following topics

  • Poultry Farm Establishment Rules
  • India becomes 4th largest forex reserves holder globally
  • The National Monetisation Pipeline
  • Govt. tells utilities to ship in coal as demand surges
  • Microfinance 
  • Our banks are mispricing capital
  • Taxing interest on Provident Fund
  • How to unleash the entrepreneurial power of 1.3 billion Indians
  • The April-June quarter GDP numbers indicated at 20.1 per cent growth
  • Common Prosperity Drive in China
  • Why are India’s Steady Exports Are At A Record High?
  • NPA in India

2. Use of storytelling in Lectures

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-oSOmq8dcc (Topic 1)

3. Complete Hand Holding

We do not assume that students know anything about Economics, we start from scratch! Our Economics coverage takes students from the very basic concepts to the advanced ones in a gradual step-by-step manner. We start off by building a strong foundation for ALL students and then introduce them to the more complex topics. This helps them become consistent and learning becomes easier.

4. Decoding The UPSC Syllabus And Question Pattern

We decode the UPSC syllabus and the question pattern for students. We use the scientific method of dissecting each question based on different topics and prioritising the most important materials for you. This helps students organise their studies and focus on the topics that really matter. In fact, this helps students save a lot of time and effort in their preparation.

5. Guiding Students To Learn At Their Own Pace

We believe that each student learns at their own pace. That is why we cover Economics with individual attention to each student. We make sure that everyone grasps the concepts. All of the topics and discussions are designed in a way that each student gets the most benefit out of our Economics coverage.

6. Resolving Doubts on CD community at Habitat

7. Concentrated Study Material For Revision And Practice

We do not want students to spend a lot of time and money trying to find the right resources for Economics. Our mentors create concentrated study material that students can read and score more. We work to create these specially designed study material for our students and pack it with all the relevant information. Everything you need for Economics, you’ll find in one place.

8. Individual Feedback And Evaluation

We conduct thorough feedback and evaluation for each student. Be it Prelims MCQs or Mains answer-writing practice, each student gets detailed feedback on their performance and tips on how to improve it further. With regular feedback, most of our students were able to score higher consistently with extremely high accuracy rates.

9) Preparing You For The Exam

We do not just train you academically, we train you mentally. We provide our students with complete support for the exam. We teach them the right answer-writing techniques, ways of intelligent guessing, and time management too. We ensure that every student is absolutely ready for the exam in every aspect!

We take our students through step-by-step learning to build a strong foundation. We cover Economics in a practical manner and teach you how to use that effectively in the exam. And that is why our students have performed consistently well in the exams and scored higher than they did before.

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Join the Live Webinar – Link Inside || Improve your Prelims score by 30-35 marks with a last-minute FREE session by Arpit sir || Envt. and S&T || For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

Join the webinar using this link: https://zoom.us/j/96914366327?pwd=OEZqZ1BpZXhVYmEzaVIxSWJZM2NvUT09

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Only a Few Hours Left for Slot Booking || Improve your Prelims score by 30-35 marks with a last-minute FREE session by Arpit sir || Envt. and S&T || For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

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Improve your Prelims score by 30-35 marks with last-minute FREE session by Arpit sir | Few Hours Remaining| Envt. and S&T | For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

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Improve your Prelims score by 30-35 marks with last-minute FREE session by Arpit sir | Envt. and S&T | For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants | Limited slots available

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

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Improve your Prelims score by 30-35 marks with last-minute FREE session by Arpit sir | Envt. and S&T | For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants | Limited slots available

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

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How to Prepare Environment and S&T holistically| Free Session by Arpit sir | For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants | Limited slots available

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

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How to Prepare Environment and S&T holistically| Free Session by Arpit sir | For Prelims 2021 and UPSC 2022 aspirants | Limited slots available

Dear aspirants,

In the past few years, UPSC has been asking a number of questions from subjects like – Environment and Science, and Technology consistently in both Preliminary and Main Exam. This Webinar has very clear objectives to streamline your preparation in these subjects if you have started it, and to guide you if you are going to start now.

Why is this session important?

Environment and S&T make up 20% of the paper. You cannot afford to miss a single question.

What can you learn in this webinar?

  1. The contour of syllabus: What to read – implicit and explicit decoding of the syllabus (for both static and current affairs).
  2. Confidence Building in subjects – Environment and S&T for Prelims 2021/22. This is essential for those done with at least one reading of the basic material.
  3. Process Orientation: The right methodology to reach to a logical conclusion while solving MCQs in Environment and S&T questions.
  4. Integration: Static + Dynamic And Knowledge + Reasoning
  5. Answer Writing: Outlining the importance and approach towards answer writing in these subjects. 
  6. Managing With Work: Discussion on approach towards the exam for working professionals to utilise their time better.

Dedicated Q&A session for specific queries.

This live webinar is going to be one of the best ways to start or rejuvenate your preparation in these subjects. 

Overall, this is the first step to rationalize your preparation and maximize the probability of cracking UPSC CSE.

The webinar is absolutely free. 

Date: 19/9/21 (Sunday)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

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

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How lack of consistency can cost you an attempt in UPSC?

We talked to 8000+ aspirants in the last one year and their answers will surprise you.

Inconsistency in UPSC preparation is like getting up at 5 am. A night before you set up your alarm. The motivation to get up is high at this point. But in the morning, when the alarm rings, we swipe it to the right with a thought “IN 5 MINUTES…FOR SURE!!”. This snooze cycle usually continues for some time till we realize it is 8 am. Already a bad start to the day! To add to it, you will spend the whole day repenting upon not being able to get up early, instead of focusing upon the time we have. The same goes for UPSC preparation. You set your targets but one slight glitch and your whole preparation go off track. Till the time you yourself realize this mismanagement, it is a bit too late. Anxiety builds up, performance levels fall. You are not able to achieve even 10% OF YOUR TRUE POTENTIAL on the D-day.

WE ASKED 8000+ STUDENTS ONE SIMPLE QUESTION –

“WHAT IS THE BIGGEST OBSTACLE THAT YOU ARE FACING IN YOUR UPSC PREPARATION?”

YOU WILL BE ASTOUNDED THAT ONE ANSWER WAS COMMON IN REPLIES – INCONSISTENCY.

They are Consistently Inconsistent. Meaning, they go through these highs and lows in their preparation. They are able to study for days, week but they hit a sudden gap in preparation. Then, they find it very hard to come back. The good news is that we have the solution.

Our philosophy behind MENTORSHIP is to get you out of this Snooze cycle. This ensures that you are the BEST VERSION of yourself in this journey. If you are under the impression that mentorship is weekly calls you attend, then you are mistaken, my friend. Trust us, your mentor will be your ‘FRIEND, PHILOSOPHER AND GUIDE’.

How Mentorship can fight inconsistency in preparation?

TO EACH THEIR OWN – Every aspirant is different. Their strengths and weaknesses are different. Their time availability is also different. Identifying this is important so you don’t end up making unrealistic targets and lose momentum. Your mentor will make sure you start slow but remain consistent to build your confidence. Making your schedule structured based on our experience of working with 2500+ students is our first priority. 

TRACK YOUR PROGRESS – When you see yourself grow, it becomes easier to motivate yourself to push boundaries. Tracking your progress can happen in many ways like mentorship calls or chat sessions or by regular tests. The idea is to ensure that you don’t go off track in your preparation, and even if you do, we have your back.

EVOLUTION – A constant guidance is important to bring consistency to your UPSC preparation. Guidance is not about clearing your doubts or asking you to study when you don’t. It is also about the evolution of your preparation. This is where you and your mentor work as a team. A constant effort to PLAN AND BUILD UP YOUR ABILITY to learn in a faster and more efficient way.

TALK IT OUT – The biggest hurdle in achieving your highest level of consistency is the emotional part. Every now and then, you. surround yourself with negative thoughts, you feel scared and depressed. Instead of resolving these emotional issues, you avoid them as it seems like a waste of your precious time. You have to understand that ignoring emotional troubles does not solve them. What your doing is building an emotional time bomb that may burst a week before your mains or prelims! This is where your MENTOR AS A FRIEND comes in. All our mentors have been through this journey. We understand your fears and anxieties. So, TALK IT OUT.

Don’t let inconsistency keep you away from your dreams.

Fill up the SAMANVAYA form given below. Let us know your problems and we will find a solution to it, just like our students say ” TOGETHER WE CAN AND WE WILL”.

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[Important] How can working professionals crack UPSC with a serious time crunch?

Preparing for the UPSC exam can be a tough race against time. And if you are a working professional who is managing your job along with the preparation, coping with the syllabus can be extremely difficult.

Your day starts with the pressure of your work. You may have to manage project deadlines, you have to attend office meetings, you may have to deal with clients at work, and spend a lot of time at your workplace.  In fact, by the time you reach home from work, you already feel exhausted and have no energy to study anymore.

But does that mean you give up on your dreams?

NO!

We will discuss the important ways in which you can crack this exam through the following methods:

  1. Personalized timetable
  2. Personalized study plan
  3. Tracking your progress
  4. Investing in topics with good ROI
  5. Focusing on smart study

We spoke with over 3,000+ working professionals who are also preparing for the IAS exam and the most difficult obstacle faced by almost every aspirant was – Managing the time for preparation.

So, how can you manage your time better?

Personalized timetable – Each aspirant has a different schedule. Some of you study before starting the day’s work, some of you return home after work and then study. The important thing to realize is that there is NO Perfect strategy. You need a plan that suits YOUR needs!

Use this decison matrix to make correct choices

You can start by dividing your day into different time slots and start by prioritising what you are weak at. You can shut the social media without completely shutting your social life. Figure out the best timetable that gives you the maximum free time to study and stick to it.

Personalised study plan – Each aspirant learns at a different pace. Not only your timetable, but it is also important to organise your syllabus in order to cope with it. You can break the syllabus into smaller chunks, you can study concise material, and even find smart ways to save time.

For example, if you do not find enough time to make notes from the newspaper, you can always study from compiled newspaper notes. You can save time by focusing on reading coaching notes, studying concise current affairs, etc. Plan your syllabus to deal with the most important static topics and current affairs first, then move to other study materials.

Tracking your progress – Cracking UPSC is not about perfection, it is about consistently progressing. And TRACKING your progress. Since you are pressed for time, it is extremely important that you monitor your progress closely.

For example, when you give a mock test track the questions you got wrong, identify why you got those wrong, also look at the other options given in the question which you answered correctly. As you study, keep monitoring your progress. That’s the only way to make the best out of your limited time.

Make every moment count – You know that you are facing a time crunch which means that you have to work hard for only that amount of time. So, give your everything. Use every micro opportunity to study. Read Current Affairs snippets, practice quick online quizzes, etc. to make sure not a single moment is wasted. And even if the progress is slow, do not worry, keep progressing!

Utilize the Travelling time: Always carry some study material which can be handy i.e. Newspapers or a small notebook and use it in the interim period of travel whenever possible

Invest in only good Return on Investment (ROI) topics: If an aspirant has less time to prepare and revise, it is important to analyze the ROI that each topic under the syllabus will give you. Studying the syllabus is as important as preparing for the examination itself. Aspirants must have a clear understanding of the topics and the weightage that each portion is given. To do this, aspirants could compare the syllabus with the previous year’s question papers.

Focus on smart work: Aspirants, especially those who are preparing along with handling a full-time job, must be smart when it comes to preparing. “Do not fall into the trap of reading everything under the sun. You do not have the luxury of time, so be smart in choosing what you study. Focus on limited content from limited resources. Use the time you have to revise ‘n’ number of times, rather than picking up newer material.

And remember, When preparation gets tough, we’ll be there for you!

Do not get overwhelmed by the time crunch, do not feel scared. There is a way to manage time and we can help you achieve your dreams.

So far, more than 10,000 working professionals have benefited from the free 1-1 mentorship program of Civilsdaily. Please fill this registration form and our experienced Mentor will reach out to you and make a perfect personalized preparation schedule plan for you keeping in mind your serious time crunch.

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UPSC CSE Prelims 2021 Admit Cards are out !!!

Dear students,

UPSC has released admit cards for Civil Services (Preliminary) examination, 2021. The exam is scheduled to be held on 10th Oct 2021.

Click here to download your admit card.

Do read the instructions carefully. In the wake of COVID, special instructions have been issued by UPSC.