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How to become an IAS Officer in First Attempt After Graduation? || Roadmap to Prepare for UPSC in next 2-3 years || Samanvaya 2021: Book Your First Free Counselling Session with us Now!

Though, you can prepare for UPSC and give your attempts anytime till 32 years, the optimal time to begin your preparation is during the college days. A graduation degree is for 3 years and almost all toppers have prepared for the same amount of time to get the success they now enjoy.

One of the biggest advantage for a college student is that they can easily switch to study mode as there are no other additional family responsibilities or expectations. Plus, an IAS officer who clears the exam within 23 years is more likely to hold the highest position of cabinet secretary than someone who cleared it in their late twenties. Youthful enthusiasm is the biggest internal motivation that college students possess which can help them in clearing this exhausting exam.

So, now that you have broken the news to your parents about wanting to write the UPSC-CSE exam, you might be now wondering — what is UPSC-CSE? How to prepare for it? Should I attend a coaching institute? What is the syllabus? How many hours to study… the list is endless and daunting.

However, you would have missed the obvious question— What kind of questions come in the paper and what kind of answers UPSC expects from an aspirant?

Is UPSC CSE really about reading Unlimited Sources?

Some of us will ask advices from all our friends and family on how to prepare for the exam, resulting in confusion in following through the UPSC syllabus. Don’t let these questions play the devil and make you postpone your UPSC preparation by a few more years. Having the right direction and guidance can help you save 2-3 critical attempts in UPSC. Listen to our Civilsdaily student and AIR 132 2020 UPSC topper Lakshay Chaudhary on how he improved his performance after 2 attempts with the guidance of civilsdaily mentors.

Without much ado, register yourself for our free 1-on-1 counselling session at Civilsdaily known as Samanvaya. Your counsellors are trained mentors who have given the Mains exam six times and have attended UPSC interview multiple times. Experienced mentors like Sajal sir and Ajay sir have nearly mentored 500+ students.

What are the other mistakes in UPSC preparation first-time aspirants are likely to make?

About 60% of the UPSC toppers have mostly prepared the wrong way in their first attempt. This could range from books, notes to time and consistency. If you want to start in the right direction, then it’s about time you booked a slot with your Samanvaya mentor.

First time aspirants often make the mistake of reading many sources for a single subject. If there is a new book in the market, they will not hesitate to buy it. UPSC preparation is not about reading multiple books, but one book multiple times. Few others, answer the essay paper in a very academic and technical manner. Most of the first time aspirants skip studying for the language and CSAT paper. In the first few months of preparation all of us read the entire 24 pages of newspaper and waste 3-4 hours time. Some of us are over-confident of clearing the exam with our own preparation or by our institute’s coaching. We might be making notes but we will not be updating them or revising them. First time aspirants struggle to understand what to skip in a book or what to cover. They take atleast 2-3 months to finish books like Laxmikanth and yet don’t have conceptual clarity.

You can go through this video over here to get a basic understanding of the UPSC preparation.

Toppers were once Beginners. And they began with Samanvaya.

We, at Civilsdaily, are extremely proud to announce the incredible success of our students who have made their dreams come true. Today, we celebrate the hard work, commitment, and dedication with which they prepared for this exam, and succeeded! They are the heroes of today and leaders of tomorrow, and we are extremely glad to have been a part of their journey.

We are also happy to announce that 78 Civilsdaily students (and counting) are now rank holders in UPSC. Our success rate has increased by 77% from last year in terms of rank holders. Civilsdaily is proud to say that 20 of our students are in the top 100 ranks. And this is a phenomenal 25% increase in our success rate for the top 100 positions since last year.

And finally, we are extremely proud of our mentors whose tireless efforts helped our students become officers today. Their daily guidance, skilled mentorship, round-the-clock support, and dedication to work with the students day-in and day-out has led to this wonderful occasion where we celebrate the success of our students together!

How is Samanvaya, UPSC Counselling Session Planned?

At Civilsdaily, your assigned mentors interact with you on a daily basis. They are not just teachers, but coaches, philosophers, and guides. And this is how they will help you succeed:

  • Motivating you for one whole year and pushing you to complete the modules on time.
  • Helping you restart preparation despite low scores in test series.
  • Helping you study for 6 hours everyday if you are working.
  • Guiding you on how to revise the whole syllabus 3 months before prelims and mains.
  • Providing you topic-wise notes.
  • Teaching you elimination techniques, tikdams and helpful strategies like 4-2-4 model of preparation.
  • Keeping you updated on what to study and from where to study.

1. 30 minute counselling session: Once you fill the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your preparation level, study constraints, your strategy for the last 6 months, and create measurable targets for next week, next month and so on. You will hear back from us within 24 hours. The first counselling session is absolutely free for all, however there are limited slots available. So please register now.

2. Access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat:  This is where you can post your daily doubts, discuss your test questions and have real-time, live discussions on news and op-eds, and connect with other aspirants in your optional groups.

3. 1 on 1 mentor allotment: The mentor will be available on scheduled calls with you throughout all the stages of your UPSC preparation and will daily assess, evaluate, and plan the next module according to the available time. We will help you pick the right books, make you practice answers daily, evaluate them and design practical & personal strategies that you can follow everyday

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20 Best Practices of Mains Answer Writing|| By 2017 GS Topper & Mentor of 400+ UPSC Toppers Sajal Sir || Watch the Video Now

Now that there are two months for UPSC CSE Mains, you would have already started answer writing practice. Keep in mind that answering for mains is not like answering your university papers. Over here, examiners expect pointers, examples, flowcharts, mind maps, diagrams than long paragraphs. Given the time and word limit, it’s better not to beat around the bush while answering.

Sajal sir will share his experiences of scoring 120+ in all the UPSC 2017 GS papers in this video. Tune into this video if you want to know what are the 20 ways of improving your presentation while answering a question.

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How to become an IAS Officer in First Attempt After Graduation? || Roadmap to Prepare for UPSC in next 2-3 years || Samanvaya 2021: Book Your First Free Counselling Session with us Now!

Though, you can prepare for UPSC and give your attempts anytime till 32 years, the optimal time to begin your preparation is during the college days. A graduation degree is for 3 years and almost all toppers have prepared for the same amount of time to get the success they now enjoy.

One of the biggest advantage for a college student is that they can easily switch to study mode as there are no other additional family responsibilities or expectations. Plus, an IAS officer who clears the exam within 23 years is more likely to hold the highest position of cabinet secretary than someone who cleared it in their late twenties. Youthful enthusiasm is the biggest internal motivation that college students possess which can help them in clearing this exhausting exam.

So, now that you have broken the news to your parents about wanting to write the UPSC-CSE exam, you might be now wondering — what is UPSC-CSE? How to prepare for it? Should I attend a coaching institute? What is the syllabus? How many hours to study… the list is endless and daunting.

However, you would have missed the obvious question— What kind of questions come in the paper and what kind of answers UPSC expects from an aspirant?

Is UPSC CSE really about reading Unlimited Sources?

Some of us will ask advices from all our friends and family on how to prepare for the exam, resulting in confusion in following through the UPSC syllabus. Don’t let these questions play the devil and make you postpone your UPSC preparation by a few more years. Having the right direction and guidance can help you save 2-3 critical attempts in UPSC. Listen to our Civilsdaily student and AIR 132 2020 UPSC topper Lakshay Chaudhary on how he improved his performance after 2 attempts with the guidance of civilsdaily mentors.

Without much ado, register yourself for our free 1-on-1 counselling session at Civilsdaily known as Samanvaya. Your counsellors are trained mentors who have given the Mains exam six times and have attended UPSC interview multiple times. Experienced mentors like Sajal sir and Ajay sir have nearly mentored 500+ students.

What are the other mistakes in UPSC preparation first-time aspirants are likely to make?

About 60% of the UPSC toppers have mostly prepared the wrong way in their first attempt. This could range from books, notes to time and consistency. If you want to start in the right direction, then it’s about time you booked a slot with your Samanvaya mentor.

First time aspirants often make the mistake of reading many sources for a single subject. If there is a new book in the market, they will not hesitate to buy it. UPSC preparation is not about reading multiple books, but one book multiple times. Few others, answer the essay paper in a very academic and technical manner. Most of the first time aspirants skip studying for the language and CSAT paper. In the first few months of preparation all of us read the entire 24 pages of newspaper and waste 3-4 hours time. Some of us are over-confident of clearing the exam with our own preparation or by our institute’s coaching. We might be making notes but we will not be updating them or revising them. First time aspirants struggle to understand what to skip in a book or what to cover. They take atleast 2-3 months to finish books like Laxmikanth and yet don’t have conceptual clarity.

You can go through this video over here to get a basic understanding of the UPSC preparation.

Toppers were once Beginners. And they began with Samanvaya.

We, at Civilsdaily, are extremely proud to announce the incredible success of our students who have made their dreams come true. Today, we celebrate the hard work, commitment, and dedication with which they prepared for this exam, and succeeded! They are the heroes of today and leaders of tomorrow, and we are extremely glad to have been a part of their journey.

We are also happy to announce that 78 Civilsdaily students (and counting) are now rank holders in UPSC. Our success rate has increased by 77% from last year in terms of rank holders. Civilsdaily is proud to say that 20 of our students are in the top 100 ranks. And this is a phenomenal 25% increase in our success rate for the top 100 positions since last year.

And finally, we are extremely proud of our mentors whose tireless efforts helped our students become officers today. Their daily guidance, skilled mentorship, round-the-clock support, and dedication to work with the students day-in and day-out has led to this wonderful occasion where we celebrate the success of our students together!

How is Samanvaya, UPSC Counselling Session Planned?

At Civilsdaily, your assigned mentors interact with you on a daily basis. They are not just teachers, but coaches, philosophers, and guides. And this is how they will help you succeed:

  • Motivating you for one whole year and pushing you to complete the modules on time.
  • Helping you restart preparation despite low scores in test series.
  • Helping you study for 6 hours everyday if you are working.
  • Guiding you on how to revise the whole syllabus 3 months before prelims and mains.
  • Providing you topic-wise notes.
  • Teaching you elimination techniques, tikdams and helpful strategies like 4-2-4 model of preparation.
  • Keeping you updated on what to study and from where to study.

1. 30 minute counselling session: Once you fill the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your preparation level, study constraints, your strategy for the last 6 months, and create measurable targets for next week, next month and so on. You will hear back from us within 24 hours. The first counselling session is absolutely free for all, however there are limited slots available. So please register now.

2. Access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat:  This is where you can post your daily doubts, discuss your test questions and have real-time, live discussions on news and op-eds, and connect with other aspirants in your optional groups.

3. 1 on 1 mentor allotment: The mentor will be available on scheduled calls with you throughout all the stages of your UPSC preparation and will daily assess, evaluate, and plan the next module according to the available time. We will help you pick the right books, make you practice answers daily, evaluate them and design practical & personal strategies that you can follow everyday

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How to become an IAS Officer in First Attempt After Graduation? || Roadmap to Prepare for UPSC in next 2-3 years || Samanvaya 2021: Book Your First Free Counselling Session with us Now!

Though, you can prepare for UPSC and give your attempts anytime till 32 years, the optimal time to begin your preparation is during the college days. A graduation degree is for 3 years and almost all toppers have prepared for the same amount of time to get the success they now enjoy.

One of the biggest advantage for a college student is that they can easily switch to study mode as there are no other additional family responsibilities or expectations. Plus, an IAS officer who clears the exam within 23 years is more likely to hold the highest position of cabinet secretary than someone who cleared it in their late twenties. Youthful enthusiasm is the biggest internal motivation that college students possess which can help them in clearing this exhausting exam.

So, now that you have broken the news to your parents about wanting to write the UPSC-CSE exam, you might be now wondering — what is UPSC-CSE? How to prepare for it? Should I attend a coaching institute? What is the syllabus? How many hours to study… the list is endless and daunting.

However, you would have missed the obvious question— What kind of questions come in the paper and what kind of answers UPSC expects from an aspirant?

Is UPSC CSE really about reading Unlimited Sources?

Some of us will ask advices from all our friends and family on how to prepare for the exam, resulting in confusion in following through the UPSC syllabus. Don’t let these questions play the devil and make you postpone your UPSC preparation by a few more years. Having the right direction and guidance can help you save 2-3 critical attempts in UPSC. Listen to our Civilsdaily student and AIR 132 2020 UPSC topper Lakshay Chaudhary on how he improved his performance after 2 attempts with the guidance of civilsdaily mentors.

Without much ado, register yourself for our free 1-on-1 counselling session at Civilsdaily known as Samanvaya. Your counsellors are trained mentors who have given the Mains exam six times and have attended UPSC interview multiple times. Experienced mentors like Sajal sir and Ajay sir have nearly mentored 500+ students.

What are the other mistakes in UPSC preparation first-time aspirants are likely to make?

About 60% of the UPSC toppers have mostly prepared the wrong way in their first attempt. This could range from books, notes to time and consistency. If you want to start in the right direction, then it’s about time you booked a slot with your Samanvaya mentor.

First time aspirants often make the mistake of reading many sources for a single subject. If there is a new book in the market, they will not hesitate to buy it. UPSC preparation is not about reading multiple books, but one book multiple times. Few others, answer the essay paper in a very academic and technical manner. Most of the first time aspirants skip studying for the language and CSAT paper. In the first few months of preparation all of us read the entire 24 pages of newspaper and waste 3-4 hours time. Some of us are over-confident of clearing the exam with our own preparation or by our institute’s coaching. We might be making notes but we will not be updating them or revising them. First time aspirants struggle to understand what to skip in a book or what to cover. They take atleast 2-3 months to finish books like Laxmikanth and yet don’t have conceptual clarity.

You can go through this video over here to get a basic understanding of the UPSC preparation.

Toppers were once Beginners. And they began with Samanvaya.

We, at Civilsdaily, are extremely proud to announce the incredible success of our students who have made their dreams come true. Today, we celebrate the hard work, commitment, and dedication with which they prepared for this exam, and succeeded! They are the heroes of today and leaders of tomorrow, and we are extremely glad to have been a part of their journey.

We are also happy to announce that 78 Civilsdaily students (and counting) are now rank holders in UPSC. Our success rate has increased by 77% from last year in terms of rank holders. Civilsdaily is proud to say that 20 of our students are in the top 100 ranks. And this is a phenomenal 25% increase in our success rate for the top 100 positions since last year.

And finally, we are extremely proud of our mentors whose tireless efforts helped our students become officers today. Their daily guidance, skilled mentorship, round-the-clock support, and dedication to work with the students day-in and day-out has led to this wonderful occasion where we celebrate the success of our students together!

How is Samanvaya, UPSC Counselling Session Planned?

At Civilsdaily, your assigned mentors interact with you on a daily basis. They are not just teachers, but coaches, philosophers, and guides. And this is how they will help you succeed:

  • Motivating you for one whole year and pushing you to complete the modules on time.
  • Helping you restart preparation despite low scores in test series.
  • Helping you study for 6 hours everyday if you are working.
  • Guiding you on how to revise the whole syllabus 3 months before prelims and mains.
  • Providing you topic-wise notes.
  • Teaching you elimination techniques, tikdams and helpful strategies like 4-2-4 model of preparation.
  • Keeping you updated on what to study and from where to study.

1. 30 minute counselling session: Once you fill the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your preparation level, study constraints, your strategy for the last 6 months, and create measurable targets for next week, next month and so on. You will hear back from us within 24 hours. The first counselling session is absolutely free for all, however there are limited slots available. So please register now.

2. Access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat:  This is where you can post your daily doubts, discuss your test questions and have real-time, live discussions on news and op-eds, and connect with other aspirants in your optional groups.

3. 1 on 1 mentor allotment: The mentor will be available on scheduled calls with you throughout all the stages of your UPSC preparation and will daily assess, evaluate, and plan the next module according to the available time. We will help you pick the right books, make you practice answers daily, evaluate them and design practical & personal strategies that you can follow everyday

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Civilsdaily Founder & UPSC GS 2017 Topper Sajal Sir on News18 || UPSC CSE Mains 2021 from January 7: Strategy to Write Civil Services Mains Exam || Read Now

Sajal sir in the past 7 years has mentored over 400 students who went onto become UPSC toppers. Apart from this, his course SMASH Mains 2020 had a turnover of 80% interview recommended candidates. Based on this he was invited by News18 as an expert to help UPSC aspirants prepare for the Mains Examination

Here is the Excerpt from News18 —

While many assume UPSC Mains to be the toughest phase of examination compared to prelims and interviews, the reality is far from true. Unlike prelims, the mains have no negative marking and unlike the interview round, the questions are predictable. With a total of nine papers and 1750 marks, it can however be regarded as the most important phase of the civil services exam.

One of the biggest mistakes aspirants make while preparing for mains is that they study theories without giving value to case studies and daily writing practice. This flouts the expectation of the UPSC exam. You are given only eight minutes per question to express your thoughts, insights, and opinions completely. Few other aspirants prepare without an approach for every topic. They do not know how much knowledge they need to acquire for a topic and when they have to stop.

To read the full article, click on this link –

https://www.news18.com/news/education-career/upsc-2021-mains-from-january-7-strategy-to-write-civil-services-mains-exam-4478258.html

To get your first free personalized 1-on-1 mentorship session for UPSC preparation, register yourself by filling the form below —

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How to become an IAS Officer in First Attempt After Graduation? || Roadmap to Prepare for UPSC in next 2-3 years || Samanvaya 2021: Book Your First Free Counselling Session with us Now!

Though, you can prepare for UPSC and give your attempts anytime till 32 years, the optimal time to begin your preparation is during the college days. A graduation degree is for 3 years and almost all toppers have prepared for the same amount of time to get the success they now enjoy.

One of the biggest advantage for a college student is that they can easily switch to study mode as there are no other additional family responsibilities or expectations. Plus, an IAS officer who clears the exam within 23 years is more likely to hold the highest position of cabinet secretary than someone who cleared it in their late twenties. Youthful enthusiasm is the biggest internal motivation that college students possess which can help them in clearing this exhausting exam.

So, now that you have broken the news to your parents about wanting to write the UPSC-CSE exam, you might be now wondering — what is UPSC-CSE? How to prepare for it? Should I attend a coaching institute? What is the syllabus? How many hours to study… the list is endless and daunting.

However, you would have missed the obvious question— What kind of questions come in the paper and what kind of answers UPSC expects from an aspirant?

Is UPSC CSE really about reading Unlimited Sources?

Some of us will ask advices from all our friends and family on how to prepare for the exam, resulting in confusion in following through the UPSC syllabus. Don’t let these questions play the devil and make you postpone your UPSC preparation by a few more years. Having the right direction and guidance can help you save 2-3 critical attempts in UPSC. Listen to our Civilsdaily student and AIR 132 2020 UPSC topper Lakshay Chaudhary on how he improved his performance after 2 attempts with the guidance of civilsdaily mentors.

Without much ado, register yourself for our free 1-on-1 counselling session at Civilsdaily known as Samanvaya. Your counsellors are trained mentors who have given the Mains exam six times and have attended UPSC interview multiple times. Experienced mentors like Sajal sir and Ajay sir have nearly mentored 500+ students.

What are the other mistakes in UPSC preparation first-time aspirants are likely to make?

About 60% of the UPSC toppers have mostly prepared the wrong way in their first attempt. This could range from books, notes to time and consistency. If you want to start in the right direction, then it’s about time you booked a slot with your Samanvaya mentor.

First time aspirants often make the mistake of reading many sources for a single subject. If there is a new book in the market, they will not hesitate to buy it. UPSC preparation is not about reading multiple books, but one book multiple times. Few others, answer the essay paper in a very academic and technical manner. Most of the first time aspirants skip studying for the language and CSAT paper. In the first few months of preparation all of us read the entire 24 pages of newspaper and waste 3-4 hours time. Some of us are over-confident of clearing the exam with our own preparation or by our institute’s coaching. We might be making notes but we will not be updating them or revising them. First time aspirants struggle to understand what to skip in a book or what to cover. They take atleast 2-3 months to finish books like Laxmikanth and yet don’t have conceptual clarity.

You can go through this video over here to get a basic understanding of the UPSC preparation.

Toppers were once Beginners. And they began with Samanvaya.

We, at Civilsdaily, are extremely proud to announce the incredible success of our students who have made their dreams come true. Today, we celebrate the hard work, commitment, and dedication with which they prepared for this exam, and succeeded! They are the heroes of today and leaders of tomorrow, and we are extremely glad to have been a part of their journey.

We are also happy to announce that 78 Civilsdaily students (and counting) are now rank holders in UPSC. Our success rate has increased by 77% from last year in terms of rank holders. Civilsdaily is proud to say that 20 of our students are in the top 100 ranks. And this is a phenomenal 25% increase in our success rate for the top 100 positions since last year.

And finally, we are extremely proud of our mentors whose tireless efforts helped our students become officers today. Their daily guidance, skilled mentorship, round-the-clock support, and dedication to work with the students day-in and day-out has led to this wonderful occasion where we celebrate the success of our students together!

How is Samanvaya, UPSC Counselling Session Planned?

At Civilsdaily, your assigned mentors interact with you on a daily basis. They are not just teachers, but coaches, philosophers, and guides. And this is how they will help you succeed:

  • Motivating you for one whole year and pushing you to complete the modules on time.
  • Helping you restart preparation despite low scores in test series.
  • Helping you study for 6 hours everyday if you are working.
  • Guiding you on how to revise the whole syllabus 3 months before prelims and mains.
  • Providing you topic-wise notes.
  • Teaching you elimination techniques, tikdams and helpful strategies like 4-2-4 model of preparation.
  • Keeping you updated on what to study and from where to study.

1. 30 minute counselling session: Once you fill the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your preparation level, study constraints, your strategy for the last 6 months, and create measurable targets for next week, next month and so on. You will hear back from us within 24 hours. The first counselling session is absolutely free for all, however there are limited slots available. So please register now.

2. Access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat:  This is where you can post your daily doubts, discuss your test questions and have real-time, live discussions on news and op-eds, and connect with other aspirants in your optional groups.

3. 1 on 1 mentor allotment: The mentor will be available on scheduled calls with you throughout all the stages of your UPSC preparation and will daily assess, evaluate, and plan the next module according to the available time. We will help you pick the right books, make you practice answers daily, evaluate them and design practical & personal strategies that you can follow everyday

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Meeting Link Inside|| Register & Join || How to Write, Add, Segregate & Organise Notes for UPSC-CSE?|| Ask me Anything Session with AIR 132, UPSC 2020 Topper Lakshay Chowdhary|| Free for All, Limited Slots|| Invitation by Registration Only

Team is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Kumar Chowdhury, AIR 132, UPSC 2020
Date & Time: Nov 29, 2021 @07:00 PM (start logging in by 06:45 PM) India

Join Zoom Meeting
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“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

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“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

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“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

Categories
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How to Write, Add, Segregate & Organise Notes for UPSC-CSE?|| Ask me Anything Session with AIR 132, UPSC 2020 Topper Lakshay Chowdhary|| Free for All, Limited Slots|| Register Now

“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

Categories
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How to Write, Add, Segregate & Organise Notes for UPSC-CSE?|| Ask me Anything Session with AIR 132, UPSC 2020 Topper Lakshay Chowdhary|| Free for All, Limited Slots|| Register Now

“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

Categories
Announcements

How to Write, Add, Segregate & Organise Notes for UPSC-CSE?|| Ask me Anything Session with AIR 132, UPSC 2020 Topper Lakshay Chowdhary|| Free for All, Limited Slots|| Register Now

“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

Categories
Announcements

How to Write, Add, Segregate & Organise Notes for UPSC-CSE?|| Ask me Anything Session with AIR 132, UPSC 2020 Topper Lakshay Chowdhary|| Free for All, Limited Slots|| Register Now

“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Santosh sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

Categories
Announcements

How to Write, Add, Segregate & Organise Notes for UPSC-CSE?|| Ask me Anything Session with AIR 132, UPSC 2020 Topper Lakshay Chowdhary|| Free for All, Limited Slots|| Register Now

“I followed multiple strategies, multiple sources and asked advices from multiple people when I began my preparation in 2016. Yet, I felt a lack of guidance. By 2020, I followed a single strategy, a single source and took guidance from only Civilsdaily. And finally I cleared the exam after 2 attempts. ”

Lakshay Chowdhary was an ardent follower of Civilsdaily current affairs from 2016. In 2018, he took the help of our Mains Answer Writing program and reached till the level of interview. However, by a few marks his name didn’t feature in the final list. That’s when he decided he will not prepare full-time but will take a job, support his family and prepare for UPSC-CSE once again. He decided to take mentorship for all the 3 stages from Civilsdaily mentors Sathish sir and Pravin sir. That’s when, he achieved the remarkable feat of clearing the exam with a high All India Rank of 132.

Free Open for All, Q&A Webinar by Lakshay Choudhary

They say, it’s better to get guidance from those who have failed than those who won. Because, those who have failed will know what mistakes they have made. However, for UPSC we would like to tweak this a little bit.

“It’s better to get guidance from someone who has given several attempts and then went onto become a UPSC Topper”

This Ask me Anything session by UPSC Topper Lakshay Choudhary will give all UPSC aspirants clarity on the right process to prepare the exam and the right strategy to excel. Lakshay, an aspirant from commerce background was confused like anyone initially. He chose the wrong optional, he started answer-writing practice after prelims, he was a subject expert but not an overall player, he studied for 12 hours everyday and never took breaks.

So, what did he do that reduced his stress and prepare with limited sources yet achieve maximum marks? What did he do because of which he left only one question in 2020 Mains exam, while previously he couldn’t answer 2-3 questions from every paper? How did he clear the exam with just 6-8 hours of daily preparation when he couldn’t replicate success with 12 hours daily preparation in 2016? Attend his webinar on Monday to find out.

Key Takeways of Ask me Anything Session with Lakshay Chowdhary

1. When to start writing Mains answers. Is it better to practice 2-3 answers everyday even if there is a year more for UPSC exam?

2. How many times in a month did Lakshay write Essay answers? Why practicing Essay Paper is important even as a beginner?

3. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Lakshay reduce his newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?

Consolidated notes from mentors and developing his own. How did Lakshay manage to create 1-2 pages of notes for the most important topics from every subject which helped him finish an answer within 250 words?

Preparing without fear-factor. Why is it less stressful to prepare for UPSC as a working professional?

Prelims, Mains and Optional — all in a day. How did Lakshay divide his daily schedule into three sessions?

Negotiables vs Non Negotiables. What is required for UPSC exam and what is not?

Be a practical risk-taker. When is it okay to switch an optional and why should you wait till the next attempt to change your study materials?

Webinar Details

Be ready with your list of doubts and get them clarified once and for all on Monday! Register for this free webinar by Lakshay Chowdhary (AIR 132).

Date: 29 November 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7 P.M

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How to clear UPSC CSE 2022 after doubtful 2021 performance?| Fill Samanvaya for free 1-1 mentorship

Half-way through your preparation for UPSC-CSE 2022 and feel stressed? After attending UPSC CSE 2021, do you feel the exam is highly unpredictable ? Of course, not! If you want to know what UPSC expects from its candidates every year, then continue reading. 

In 2020 alone, Civilsdaily helped 80+ students secure ranks in the exam. Over 25 Civilsdaily students secured ranks in the top 100. Many of these aspirants were also struggling to clear the exam in one attempt. With our guidance, they became more confident and focused to see their LSBNAA dream come true.

Listen to all their stories and strategies on our toppers talk series, Unherd.

Do you want to know how we planned their daily timetable till the interview stage? Fill up our mentorship form now to get a detailed 1-on-1 counselling session within the next 24 hours! We combine your hard-work with our guidance to derive the right formula for success!

Dear Students,

Many say that the Prelims 2021 paper was harder than Prelims 2020, a close analysis however reveals that there are more similarities than differences. Though one did not expect questions from sports this year, we all can agree that both the papers tested the application of current affairs knowledge to all the subjects.

Trends from the last five years tell us that UPSC is keener on testing conceptual clarity of topics from the syllabus. So, it’s no longer about reading GS, Optionals and Current Affairs in isolation. If you are reading a plethora of books or watching random videos, it’s time to reconsider your way of preparation. 

Avoid Common Preparation Mistakes Early On

Unlike other exams, UPSC decides your fate based on what you have studied for the last 12-15 months over 1 month before the exam. Hence, rectifying preparation mistakes at the eleventh hour will not help you.

AIR 148 UPSC 2020 topper and our Civilsdaily student Ponmani explains why answer writing with mentorship for Mains is necessary.

Last month we mentored around 3500 IAS aspirants, some of whom were beginners and others who had an experience of few attempts.

We resolved common doubts related to right sources for various topics, answer writing for mains and how to crack the personality round. We found out that almost all of these aspirants struggled in one area or the other.

If someone was excellent in scoring at prelims test series, they were not confident about mains. If someone was good at history, they were not sure about science and technology. If someone had time to revise their GS portions, they did not have time for Optionals.

But is it wise to neglect your weak areas? Toppers manage to maintain slightly above average scores in all the subjects. 

How Do Our Mentors Guide You

This is where you require a mentor. A mentor helps you understand where your preparation stands as of now and what more needs to be done to fulfill the expectations of UPSC. A mentor will help you maintain your focus even when the pressure is high, instead of succumbing to it.

This is how Civilsdaily mentorship helped Pranav Vijayvergiya clear the exam after 2 failed prelims attempts.

Samanvaya is a mentoring program with 3 phases

Watch what our Civilsdaily student and UPSC 2020 topper (AIR 42) Shreya feels about our mentoring program.

1. 30 minute counselling session: Once you fill the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your preparation level, study constraints, your strategy for the last 6 months, and create measurable targets for next week, next month and so on.

2. Access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat:  This is where you can post your daily doubts, discuss your test questions and have real-time, live discussions on news and op-eds, and connect with other aspirants in your optional groups.

.3. 1 on 1 mentor allotment: The mentor will be available on scheduled calls with you throughout all the stages of your UPSC preparation and will daily assess, evaluate, and plan the next module according to the available time.

Who are you?

Working Professional? Working and studying for UPSC though is not impossible, it certainly gets hectic. Your mentors will go through the entire syllabus of UPSC with you and plan a workable timetable. 

Full time preparation? If you are allocating a year to prepare for IAS 2022, we will help you pick the right books and design practical & personal strategies that you can follow everyday

Once you have filled the form, we will call you within 24 hours.

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How to clear UPSC CSE 2022 after doubtful 2021 performance?| Fill Samanvaya for free 1-1 mentorship

Half-way through your preparation for UPSC-CSE 2022 and feel stressed? After attending UPSC CSE 2021, do you feel the exam is highly unpredictable ? Of course, not! If you want to know what UPSC expects from its candidates every year, then continue reading. 

In 2020 alone, Civilsdaily helped 80+ students secure ranks in the exam. Over 25 Civilsdaily students secured ranks in the top 100. Many of these aspirants were also struggling to clear the exam in one attempt. With our guidance, they became more confident and focused to see their LSBNAA dream come true.

Listen to all their stories and strategies on our toppers talk series, Unherd.

Do you want to know how we planned their daily timetable till the interview stage? Fill up our mentorship form now to get a detailed 1-on-1 counselling session within the next 24 hours! We combine your hard-work with our guidance to derive the right formula for success!

Dear Students,

Many say that the Prelims 2021 paper was harder than Prelims 2020, a close analysis however reveals that there are more similarities than differences. Though one did not expect questions from sports this year, we all can agree that both the papers tested the application of current affairs knowledge to all the subjects.

Trends from the last five years tell us that UPSC is keener on testing conceptual clarity of topics from the syllabus. So, it’s no longer about reading GS, Optionals and Current Affairs in isolation. If you are reading a plethora of books or watching random videos, it’s time to reconsider your way of preparation. 

Avoid Common Preparation Mistakes Early On

Unlike other exams, UPSC decides your fate based on what you have studied for the last 12-15 months over 1 month before the exam. Hence, rectifying preparation mistakes at the eleventh hour will not help you.

AIR 148 UPSC 2020 topper and our Civilsdaily student Ponmani explains why answer writing with mentorship for Mains is necessary.

Last month we mentored around 3500 IAS aspirants, some of whom were beginners and others who had an experience of few attempts.

We resolved common doubts related to right sources for various topics, answer writing for mains and how to crack the personality round. We found out that almost all of these aspirants struggled in one area or the other.

If someone was excellent in scoring at prelims test series, they were not confident about mains. If someone was good at history, they were not sure about science and technology. If someone had time to revise their GS portions, they did not have time for Optionals.

But is it wise to neglect your weak areas? Toppers manage to maintain slightly above average scores in all the subjects. 

How Do Our Mentors Guide You

This is where you require a mentor. A mentor helps you understand where your preparation stands as of now and what more needs to be done to fulfill the expectations of UPSC. A mentor will help you maintain your focus even when the pressure is high, instead of succumbing to it.

This is how Civilsdaily mentorship helped Pranav Vijayvergiya clear the exam after 2 failed prelims attempts.

Samanvaya is a mentoring program with 3 phases

Watch what our Civilsdaily student and UPSC 2020 topper (AIR 42) Shreya feels about our mentoring program.

1. 30 minute counselling session: Once you fill the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your preparation level, study constraints, your strategy for the last 6 months, and create measurable targets for next week, next month and so on.

2. Access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat:  This is where you can post your daily doubts, discuss your test questions and have real-time, live discussions on news and op-eds, and connect with other aspirants in your optional groups.

.3. 1 on 1 mentor allotment: The mentor will be available on scheduled calls with you throughout all the stages of your UPSC preparation and will daily assess, evaluate, and plan the next module according to the available time.

Who are you?

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Meeting Link Inside||Invitation by Registration Only|| Free Live Webinar by Retired Indian Forest Service Officer Dr. Sukhdev Singh|| Solid, Fool-Proof Preparation Plan to Study Enviornment & Ecology for UPSC CSE and IFoS Prelims & Mains

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Date & Time: Nov 26, 2021 @10:30 AM (please login by 10:15 AM) India

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If there was one visible change in UPSC CSE 2021, then its the high weightage of questions from Enviornment and Ecology. Most of the current affairs questions from Environment and Ecology are not from the last one year and one had to know about conventions and conferences held long time back. About 25-30% of the questions in GS Paper 3 in UPSC Mains are from this subject.

Many aspirants make the mistake of assuming that Enviornment and Ecology is an easy subject as it tends to overlap with Geography and Science. Post 2013, with the introduction of separate Indian Forest Service Exams, the weightage for this subject has increased as well. Topics such as Biodiversity, Wildlife conservation, Pollution, Sustainable Development, Climate Change and International Organisations have the maximum questions asked.

Free Open for All Webinar by Retired Indian Forest Officer Dr. Sukhdev Singh

If as a UPSC aspirant, you also want to appear for Indian Forest Exams and score better in Prelims and GS Paper 3, then this webinar is for you. Dr. Sukhdev Singh will discuss both his work experiences on field and also on important topics that appear in these examinations.

Dr. Sukhdev Singh has nearly 35 years of experience and served mainly in the Uttarakhand cadre. He retired as the Chief Conservator Forest Officer.

What will you learn from Dr. Sukhdev Singh in this webinar?

1. Issues concerning wildlife in the past ten years. What are the practical solutions Dr. Sukhdev Singh implemented as an IFoS officer?

2. Forest and administration. Important conventions and clauses from exam point of view will be discussed.

3. Issues of Climate Change. What are the important protocols passed by International Organisations?

4. Current Affairs of Past One year related to Environment. What is happening in India with respect to this?

5. Biodiversity and Conservation. What are the important wildlife sanctuaries and biodiversity reserves?

6. Implementing government policy as an Indian Forest Officer. Dr. Sukhdev Singh will speak from his own experiences and also experiences of his colleagues.

Everything you need to know about IFoS. Why choose IFoS over IAS?

This live webinar for all students will also be interactive in nature with a Q&A session.

Webinar Details

Don’t miss the chance to get value addition inputs to score better in the examination! This webinar is absolutely free. All aspirants are welcome to attend.

Date – 26th November 2021 (Tomorrow)

Time – 10:30 AM

Limited slots are available. So please register by today.

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If there was one visible change in UPSC CSE 2021, then its the high weightage of questions from Enviornment and Ecology. Most of the current affairs questions from Environment and Ecology are not from the last one year and one had to know about conventions and conferences held long time back. About 25-30% of the questions in GS Paper 3 in UPSC Mains are from this subject.

Many aspirants make the mistake of assuming that Enviornment and Ecology is an easy subject as it tends to overlap with Geography and Science. Post 2013, with the introduction of separate Indian Forest Service Exams, the weightage for this subject has increased as well. Topics such as Biodiversity, Wildlife conservation, Pollution, Sustainable Development, Climate Change and International Organisations have the maximum questions asked.

Free Open for All Webinar by Retired Indian Forest Officer Dr. Sukhdev Singh

If as a UPSC aspirant, you also want to appear for Indian Forest Exams and score better in Prelims and GS Paper 3, then this webinar is for you. Dr. Sukhdev Singh will discuss both his work experiences on field and also on important topics that appear in these examinations.

Dr. Sukhdev Singh has nearly 35 years of experience and served mainly in the Uttarakhand cadre. He retired as the Chief Conservator Forest Officer.

What will you learn from Dr. Sukhdev Singh in this webinar?

1. Issues concerning wildlife in the past ten years. What are the practical solutions Dr. Sukhdev Singh implemented as an IFoS officer?

2. Forest and administration. Important conventions and clauses from exam point of view will be discussed.

3. Issues of Climate Change. What are the important protocols passed by International Organisations?

4. Current Affairs of Past One year related to Environment. What is happening in India with respect to this?

5. Biodiversity and Conservation. What are the important wildlife sanctuaries and biodiversity reserves?

6. Implementing government policy as an Indian Forest Officer. Dr. Sukhdev Singh will speak from his own experiences and also experiences of his colleagues.

Everything you need to know about IFoS. Why choose IFoS over IAS?

This live webinar for all students will also be interactive in nature with a Q&A session.

Webinar Details

Don’t miss the chance to get value addition inputs to score better in the examination! This webinar is absolutely free. All aspirants are welcome to attend.

Date – 26th November 2021 (Tomorrow)

Time – 10:30 AM

Limited slots are available. So please register by today.