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Scared of Philosophical essays? It’s very easy and high scoring | Essay FLTs 2020 | Video link inside

You get personal (one-to-one) mentorship by Zeeshan sir in Essay FLTs 2020. Click here for details of the Essay program for 2020


Philosophical essays are asked in UPSC paper almost mandatorily. They are considered difficult by the majority of the IAS aspirants and tackling them is a major issue with almost all of the aspirants.

Watch Zeeshan Sir here decode the right strategy to score high marks in these essays.


About Essay FLTs 2020

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How to write UPSC IAS essays?

Program inclusion

  1. 5 FLTs
  2. Model essays
  3. One-to-one mentorship by Zeeshan sir
  4. Membership to exclusive Essay group on Habitat
  5. Notes and references on Habitat

Price of the program

  • Rs. 4000 + taxes for Smash Mains 2020 enrolled students
  • Rs. 5000 + taxes for other students

Note: Smash Mains 2020 students can ask for a payment link from our team/ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787

Click here to enroll in Essay FLTs 2020


Should you have any queries or doubts reach out to us at hello@civilsdaily.com or ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787.

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Adapt to the expectations of UPSC, bury old ways of preparation | Fill Samanvaya for IAS 2021 to know how.

Do you know what UPSC expects from an aspirant? Have you had a look at Pre 2020 paper? It can be taken as a watershed moment. If you feel you’re at the crossroads this is for you.

Talk to senior mentors from Civilsdaily : Click here and fill Samanvaya form for IAS 2021


The Prelims 2020 in many ways was a watershed moment for IAS aspirants. It shocked veterans and baffled the first-timers. If anything this paper has taught is that you need to adapt to the expectations of UPSC and adopt a new approach.

UPSC is changing. No more is it about isolating yourself and just doing current affairs, static, attending random classes, or reading a plethora of books. It’s time to bury the old ways for IAS preparation, for good.

How to prepare for UPSC mains 2021 ? How to write answers?

We’ve had a discussion with around 2700 IAS aspirants (beginners and veterans) last month and all of them had doubts related to either sources and books or answer writing and even essays and interviews.

To borrow from the parable of ‘blind men and the elephant’ almost all of these aspirants were trying to make sense of UPSC but unable to look at the whole picture. You need to tackle that ‘elephant in the room’. Look at the holistic picture. First, understand what it stands for, what expectations do they have from you, then understand how to fulfill them, then plan and move forward.

How to prepare for upsc 2021? Strategy for upsc 2021?
Answer writing for 2020

Broadly, six factors determine your success in cracking this prestigious IAS exam and the most important being understanding the expectations of UPSC and according to that planning and strategizing; other being Learning – Knowledge and information; Analyzing – making linkages, connections, etc.; Executing and utilizing information; and Constant course correction – because mistakes are inevitable, need to rectify them asap.

But how to do that?

Talk to senior mentors from Civilsdaily: Click here and fill Samanvaya form for IAS 2021


How to prepare for upsc 2021? Strategy for upsc 2021?
Answer writing for 2020

Talk to senior mentors from Civilsdaily: Click here and fill Samanvaya form for IAS 2021


Failing to tackle any one of them, feeds into a vicious cycle. Without guidance or mentoring, understanding where the problem lies in and how to rectify it becomes problematic.

This is where our 3 tier mentoring comes in:

1. First step starts with this Samanvaya call: Once you fill in the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your prep level, working/ study constraints, current strategies, and create a step by step plan for next week, next month and so on.

2. You are given access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat where you can ask your daily doubts, discuss your test-prep questions and have real-time, live sessions on news and op-eds, and find your optional groups.

How to prepare for upsc 2021? Strategy for upsc 2021?
Answer writing for 2020
Daily target monitoring.

3. The third and the most personalized tier is the 1 on 1 mentor allotment who stays with you through the course of your UPSC preparation – always-on chat and on scheduled calls to help you assess, evaluate, and chart the next milestone of your IAS 2021 journey.


Clear UPSC in first attempt

Let’s talk. Fill this Samanvaya form (click here)

(Civilsdaily’s mentor will call you within 24 hours.)


Who are you?

  1. Working Junta? If you are preparing for IAS 2021 and working simultaneously, we can help you strategize and decipher the IAS exam and design a timetable that fits right in your hectic schedule.
  2. First-time prep? If you are in the last year of college or thinking of dropping a year and preparing for IAS 2021 full time, we can help you pick the right books and craft a practical & personal strategy.

You just have to take 5 minutes out and fill this form: Samanvaya For IAS 2021

Once done, we will call you within 24 hours or so.

How to prepare for upsc 2021? Strategy for upsc 2021?
Answer writing for 2020
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How to prepare for upsc 2021? Strategy for upsc 2021?
Answer writing for 2020

Here are some testimonials of our students about Samanvaya and our propriety chat interventions:


Our rankers in 2019

How to prepare for upsc 2021? Strategy for upsc 2021?
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Click here to fill the form: Samanvaya for IAS 2021

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UPSC Mains 2020 Timetable released | 60 days daily answer writing starts on Habitat

Dear aspirants,

UPSC has released the timetable for the Mains exam 2020. Click here to download.

With this, as a part of our Mains FLTs 2020 and Mains QEP 2020, we’ll be starting our daily answer writing practice on Habitat to build up your endurance and speed for UPSC mains.

Everyday questions will be shared with you on Habitat. You have to write answers to them and post them on Habitat. These questions will be discussed in the evening.

Instructions for joining Habitat

  1. Click here: Link for Habitat.
  2. Choose Web Application. (Mandatory)
  3. Click on ‘Register a new account’ and enter your details.
  4. Choose a username.
  5. That is it. Welcome to Habitat.

For access through Mobile app:

  1. Install the Mobile application (click here) from your Appstore.
  2. Use the same email id and password as you used above.

Should you encounter any issue in this process or you have a query, reach out to us at +91 89299 87787 or hello@civilsdaily.com

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How to write amazing introductions | Boost your essay score | Essay FLTs 2020 | Video link inside

You get personal (one-to-one) mentorship by Zeeshan sir in Essay FLTs 2020. Click here for details of the Essay program for 2020


An introduction is one of the most important parts of an essay. The first challenge while writing an essay is writing an impactful introduction. A great introduction grabs the attention of the examiner, prepares her for what is coming next and sets the context of the essay. It sets the tone and flow of the essay as well.

Watch Zeeshan Sir simplify the art of hooking the examiner’s imagination at the very beginning of the essay.


About Essay FLTs 2020

Click for more details

How to write UPSC IAS essays?

Program inclusion

  1. 5 FLTs
  2. Model essays
  3. One-to-one mentorship by Zeeshan sir
  4. Membership to exclusive Essay group on Habitat
  5. Notes and references on Habitat

Price of the program

  • Rs. 4000 + taxes for Smash Mains 2020 enrolled students
  • Rs. 5000 + taxes for other students

Note: Smash Mains 2020 students can ask for a payment link from our team/ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787

Click here to enroll in Essay FLTs 2020


Should you have any queries or doubts reach out to us at hello@civilsdaily.com or ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787.

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Ethics New Batch (02)

Hello students,

It’s often mentioned by IAS Toppers that a good score in the ethics paper can shoot up your rank and can also determine the service that you might get. This year’s marks in GS-4 is a proof.
So, What is the best way to cover Ethics for the UPSC exam? There are a lot of things to cover, right? We’re redefining the way Ethics has to be prepared.
It is our immense pleasure to announce the commencement of the Batch(02) from 5th November, 2020 on habitat. It is our ardent belief that students will find these discussions as useful as the previous one.

Watch Sukanya ma’am discuss Ethics topics on Civilsdaily’s Habitat

This time we will take up a few important topics from the syllabus in our discussions. For complete detailed syllabus wise coverage, you can join the Ethics masterclass course. This course consists of lecture series covering the whole syllabus along with a mini test series to practice answer writing.

Enroll for Ethics MasterClass 2021 (Click here)

Link for Ethics group on Civilsdaily’s Habitat

If you are already on Habitat, you don’t need to register again. Discussion by Sukanya Ma’am will take place in Ethics group at 7:00 pm. Others follow these steps:

Instructions for joining Habitat

  1. Click here: Link for Habitat.
  2. Choose Web Application. (Mandatory)
  3. Click on ‘Register a new account’ and enter your details.
  4. Choose a username.
  5. That is it. Welcome to Habitat.

For access through Mobile app:

  1. Install the Mobile application (click here) from your Appstore.
  2. Use the same email id and password as you used above.

Should you encounter any issue in this process or you have a query, reach out to us at +91 89299 87787 or hello@civilsdaily.com

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QEP 2020: Quality Enrichment Program for UPSC Mains 2020 | 250+ most probable topics, mentorship and tests | Starts this week

Lectures covering 250+ most probable topics/themes (ethics case studies included), Mains Full-length test series, Mentorship, Habitat membership for Daily Answer Writing

Click here to enroll

Mains 2020 is close and time is a scarcity. Almost every aspirant was affected by Covid19 led shutdown and displacement. Preparation was disrupted on a massive scale, access to notes and material was restricted, and continuity was broken. Now, with less than 75 days left, we can’t afford to lose sight on our goal.

At this point in time studying everything is not desirable neither is it feasible. You don’t have time to read everything, segregate what is important and what’s not, make notes, cover different dimensions, and then find a way to utilize that. What you need at this point in time is efficient and organized coverage of the most relevant topics for the IAS mains exam. With QEP we aim to help you achieve all this.

What is QEP 2020?

QEP or Quality Enrichment Program is an intensive and holistic program for IAS Mains 2020 GS papers. We aim to cover 250+ most relevant and probable issues with a 360-degree view, covering all dimensions of each and every topic. Not only you’ll learn and analyze these issues but will also understand how to utilize them via Daily Answer Writing and Mains Test Series.

Why QEP?

Current affairs in the IAS mains exam must be covered from an ‘issue perspective’ and almost all of them have multiple dimensions to it, various stakeholders involved, have interconnectedness, and can be solved with a multipronged approach only. This should reflect in your answers.

QEP will help you enrich your pre-existing coverage and will add quality to it. With tests and mentorship, you will get an evaluation and necessary course correction. And we will provide daily answer writing to help you sharpen your answer writing skills and knowledge with our daily initiatives on Habitat.

Comprehensive coverage of 250+ most relevant and probable topics/themes for UPSC mains 2020

Coverage of topics/themes in QEP will have one and only one purpose – to enable you to write great answers for any question from a particular topic. You can leave your GS current affairs topic coverage to us and focus on answer writing and revising.

All relevant topics/themes will get covered within a month leaving you with ample amount of time to revise them and practice answers multiple times.

Mains FLTs 2020 – Test series

Because you need to learn and practice answer writing as well. These 12 Full-length GS mains tests are going to be a part of QEP. More details here.

One-to-one Mentorship

After every test you can reach out to your mentor to discuss your test copies, understand the nuances of answer writing, find out the mistakes that you are committing, bringing necessary course correction and closing the learning loop.

Membership to exclusive group on Habitat

You’ll be assigned to a special group on Civilsdaily’s Habitat, it’s headed by Sajal sir and other faculty from Civilsdaily. This group also membered by UPSC rankers and in-service officers to guide you.

Habitat is where everything comes together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentor’s support, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before.

Here you are going to participate in Daily answer writing sessions, essay discussion and writing, ethics discussion, optional discussions, etc.

That’s not all, we’ve Daily news analysis and Op-ed discussion sessions on Habitat as well. 

UPSC IAS Mains test series 2020 2021

Program Inclusion:

  1. 250+ most probable and relevant topics/themes comprehensively covered (including ethics case studies)
  2. Mains essential video lectures series (50+ hours)
  3. Mains FLTs 2020  – 12 tests
  4. Personal Mentorship – Post-test discussion
  5. Membership to the exclusive group on Habitat
  6. Daily answer writing and discussion, on most probable questions (min 6 questions)

Click here to enroll

Note: It being a mentorship-driven program intake would be limited.

The program will start from the first week of November.

Should you have more queries reach out to us at: hello@civilsdaily.com or +91 8929987787

This is what our students have to say…

Kunal Aggarwal Civilsdaily IAS UPSC Mains
IAS Mains 2020 2021 UPSC Civilsdaily Mains Test series
From Quora answer. (Read the full answer here)

Mains Test Series Community: Testimonials


For queries, reach out to us at +91 89299 87787 or hello@civilsdaily.com

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Failed/Cleared UPSC Prelims 2020! What next? | Motivational Video by Sajal sir | Link inside

UPSC prelims results were as unexpected as the questions in the paper were. Some of you cleared, and some couldn’t. Irrespective of the result for you, there is an urgent need to address this question – What next?

Sajal sir will try to help you address this question in this motivational session.

Students were reaching out to Sajal sir for this and he decided to reach out to you all. Hope it brings clarity on one hand and motivates you for your next move.


Get details on QEP 2020 for Mains here: http://bit.ly/Mains_QEP2020_Civilsdaily

Mains FLTs 2020: http://bit.ly/MainsFLTs2020

Essay FLTs 2020: https://bit.ly/34XD5wK

Write to us at hello@civilsdaily.com or Whatsapp at +91 8929987787 for any query.

Those who couldn’t clear fill this https://bit.ly/Samnvya -Samanvaya form for a free one-to-one mentorship call with senior mentors from Civilsdaily.

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DAF I – Detailed Application Form for UPSC CSE 2020 released | Direct link inside | Join exclusive group for DAF I related assistance

Join exclusive Habitat group to get help in filling DAF I. Instructions at the bottom.

Dear students,

UPSC has released DAF I for those who have cleared the Prelims exam. Last date to fill your DAF I is 11th November 2020.

Direct link to UPSC DAF I

You will need to register yourself on the UPSC website if you have not done already for filling the DAF I.


This is a first stage of Transcend: Interview Guidance Program by Civilsdaily.

Click here to join the exclusive Habitat group for Interview guidance and DAF related assistance.

Here we will help you fill the DAF I as well.

Instructions for joining Habitat

  1. Click here: Link for Habitat.
  2. Choose Web Application. (Mandatory)
  3. Click on ‘Register a new account’ and enter your details.
  4. Choose a username.
  5. That is it. Welcome to Habitat.

For access through Mobile app:

  1. Install the Mobile application (click here) from your Appstore.
  2. Use the same email id and password as you used above.

Should you encounter any issue in this process or you have a query, reach out to us at +91 89299 87787 or hello@civilsdaily.com

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QEP 2020: Quality Enrichment Program for UPSC Mains 2020 launched | Details inside | Enrollment open

Lectures covering 250+ most probable topics/themes (ethics case studies included), Mains Full-length test series, Mentorship, Habitat membership for Daily Answer Writing

Click here to enroll

Mains 2020 is close and time is a scarcity. Almost every aspirant was affected by Covid19 led shutdown and displacement. Preparation was disrupted on a massive scale, access to notes and material was restricted, and continuity was broken. Now, with less than 75 days left, we can’t afford to lose sight on our goal.

At this point in time studying everything is not desirable neither is it feasible. You don’t have time to read everything, segregate what is important and what’s not, make notes, cover different dimensions, and then find a way to utilize that. What you need at this point in time is efficient and organized coverage of the most relevant topics for the IAS mains exam. With QEP we aim to help you achieve all this.

What is QEP 2020?

QEP or Quality Enrichment Program is an intensive and holistic program for IAS Mains 2020 GS papers. We aim to cover 250+ most relevant and probable issues with a 360-degree view, covering all dimensions of each and every topic. Not only you’ll learn and analyze these issues but will also understand how to utilize them via Daily Answer Writing and Mains Test Series.

Why QEP?

Current affairs in the IAS mains exam must be covered from an ‘issue perspective’ and almost all of them have multiple dimensions to it, various stakeholders involved, have interconnectedness, and can be solved with a multipronged approach only. This should reflect in your answers.

QEP will help you enrich your pre-existing coverage and will add quality to it. With tests and mentorship, you will get an evaluation and necessary course correction. And we will provide daily answer writing to help you sharpen your answer writing skills and knowledge with our daily initiatives on Habitat.

Comprehensive coverage of 250+ most relevant and probable topics/themes for UPSC mains 2020

Coverage of topics/themes in QEP will have one and only one purpose – to enable you to write great answers for any question from a particular topic. You can leave your GS current affairs topic coverage to us and focus on answer writing and revising.

All relevant topics/themes will get covered within a month leaving you with ample amount of time to revise them and practice answers multiple times.

Mains FLTs 2020 – Test series

Because you need to learn and practice answer writing as well. These 12 Full-length GS mains tests are going to be a part of QEP. More details here.

One-to-one Mentorship

After every test you can reach out to your mentor to discuss your test copies, understand the nuances of answer writing, find out the mistakes that you are committing, bringing necessary course correction and closing the learning loop.

Membership to exclusive group on Habitat

You’ll be assigned to a special group on Civilsdaily’s Habitat, it’s headed by Sajal sir and other faculty from Civilsdaily. This group also membered by UPSC rankers and in-service officers to guide you.

Habitat is where everything comes together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentor’s support, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before.

Here you are going to participate in Daily answer writing sessions, essay discussion and writing, ethics discussion, optional discussions, etc.

That’s not all, we’ve Daily news analysis and Op-ed discussion sessions on Habitat as well. 

UPSC IAS Mains test series 2020 2021

Program Inclusion:

  1. 250+ most probable and relevant topics/themes comprehensively covered (including ethics case studies)
  2. Mains essential video lectures series (50+ hours)
  3. Mains FLTs 2020  – 12 tests
  4. Personal Mentorship – Post-test discussion
  5. Membership to the exclusive group on Habitat
  6. Daily answer writing and discussion, on most probable questions (min 6 questions)

Click here to enroll

Program will start from first week of November.

Should you have more queries reach out to us at: hello@civilsdaily.com or +91 8929987787

This is what our students have to say…

Kunal Aggarwal Civilsdaily IAS UPSC Mains
IAS Mains 2020 2021 UPSC Civilsdaily Mains Test series
From Quora answer. (Read the full answer here)

Mains Test Series Community: Testimonials


For queries, reach out to us at +91 89299 87787 or hello@civilsdaily.com

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Op-ed discussion on Habitat | 9:30 pm onwards | Today’s topic- United Nations at 75 | Join now (Link inside)

Link of Habitat and instructions to join given below.

Dear students,

There will be a daily op-ed discussion by Ishika ma’am on Habitat. In these discussions, all the relevant dimensions will get covered from both mains and prelims perspective.

Since, editorials and op-eds are essential but are ignored by many due to the complexity we will conducting daily sessions.

Details of today’s discussion

  • Time and date: 9:30 pm
  • Venue: General group of Habitat
  • Today’s topic- UN at 75

Instructions for joining Habitat

  1. Click here: Link for Habitat.
  2. Choose Web Application. (Mandatory)
  3. Click on ‘Register a new account’ and enter your details.
  4. Choose a username.
  5. That is it. Welcome to Habitat.

For access through Mobile app:

  1. Install the Mobile application (click here) from your Appstore.
  2. Use the same email id and password as you used above.

Should you encounter any issue in this process or you have a query, reach out to us at +91 89299 87787 or hello@civilsdaily.com

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This is why you score less in UPSC Essay | Avoid These Mistakes | Video link inside

You get personal (one-to-one) mentorship by Zeeshan sir in Essay FLTs 2020. Click here for details of the Essay program for 2020

Essay paper in UPSC mains exam is undoubtedly one of the most scoring paper. At the same time, it’s the most neglected as well. While one must write at least 20-25 essays before the actual paper, there are some mistakes committed by aspirants, that even rankers (appearing again) are not immune to.

In this video, Zeeshan sir has checked and dissected the essay of a ranker (under 200 rank in UPSC’19). Through this video, Zeeshan sir will give you a glimpse of UPSC essay evaluation and his suggestions to improve the essay.


About Essay FLTs 2020

Click for more details

How to write UPSC IAS essays?

Program inclusion

  1. 5 FLTs
  2. Model essays
  3. One-to-one mentorship by Zeeshan sir
  4. Membership to exclusive Essay group on Habitat
  5. Notes and references on Habitat

Price of the program

  • Rs. 4000 + taxes for Smash Mains 2020 enrolled students
  • Rs. 5000 + taxes for other students

Note: Smash Mains 2020 students can ask for a payment link from our team/ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787

Click here to enroll in Essay FLTs 2020


Should you have any queries or doubts reach out to us at hello@civilsdaily.com or ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787.

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(IAS 2021) November batches for Foundation 2021 and UAP 2021 launched | Enrollments are open

Detailed Timetable for Foundation/UAP 2021 can be obtained from here

Dear students

With October almost gone, we have just 8 months or less for UPSC 2021 prelims. Enrollments are open for our November batch of Foundation 2021 and the UAP 2021 program.

The recently held prelims 2020 has shocked veterans and baffled the first-timers. If anything this paper has taught is that you need to adapt to the expectations of UPSC and adopt a new approach.

UPSC is changing. No more is it about isolating yourself and just doing current affairs, static, attending random classes, or reading a plethora of books. It’s time to bury the old ways for IAS preparation, for good.

70+ selections in UPSC 2019

Not only UPSC has a vast syllabus but it expects a certain level of intellectual, social, and emotional maturity from its aspirants. It’s a very complex task to come up with a study-plan/time-table that harmonizes every element and takes into consideration the return on investment on certain topics.

We’ve just now launched the November batches for the following courses. It is the apt time you should start for IAS 2021. Any delay beyond this point will make things unmanageable for you.

Foundation 2021

It is a complete program for IAS 2021 which includes:

MasterClasses -to ensure comprehensive coverage of all the portions of static syllabus along with an in-depth analysis.

Ultimate Assessment Program – to evaluate your level of preparation through various tests- Prelims, Mains, Essay, Samachar Manthan, Decimate Prelims.

A dedicated mentor to guide you through the maze of UPSC exam.

Exclusive membership to Habitat our learning platform.

Click here for more details on Foundation 2021

For more details and discussion click here to fill the Samanvaya form

Ultimate Assessment Program 2021

Click here to get more details on UAP 2021

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

Click here to fill the Samanvaya form to talk to us and discuss it with us.

How are we going to approach?

Broadly, six factors determine your success in cracking this prestigious IAS exam. The most important being understanding the expectations of UPSC; according to that planning and strategizing; then Learning – Knowledge and information; Analyzing – making linkages, connections, etc.; Executing and utilizing information; and Constant course correction – because mistakes are inevitable, need to rectify them asap.

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

1. Integrated Approach

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

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

2. Simplified Approach

Our Time-table is the easiest to remember and follow. All test prelims, mains, and Samachar Manthan will be held on the weekend.

  • Prelims Tests are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month.
  • Monthly Current Affairs Tests are held on the last Saturday of every month.
  • Mains Tests are held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month after the subject is complete.
  • Essay Tests are held on the 2nd Sunday of every month.

3. Priority-wise Coverage of subjects

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

4. Logical Division of Topics

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

5. Base and Advanced Sources

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

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


Get enrolled in Foundation 2021 (click here)

Get enrolled in UAP 2021 (click here)

Should you have any query or want to have a discussion with a mentor please mention this course and write to hello@civilsdaily.com or reach out to us at 8929987787.


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For those who cleared Prelims 2020 and for those who did not | Fill Samanvaya form to discuss with us

Last night UPSC released ‘the PDF’, the result of CSE prelims 2020. Irrespective of who you are, you need a plan for your next move (Mains in Jan 2021 or Pre in June 2021). We’ve released Samanvaya form. Fill it and our senior mentors will call you within 24 hours. Let us discuss.

UPSC prelims result announcement was as unexpected as the questions in the paper itself were. Some of you cleared and some couldn’t.

Irrespective of the result last night you need to reorient your strategy towards your next target. If Pre 2020 indicated anything it was the intent of the UPSC to break the pattern.

Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.

Stands true for the next UPSC CSE (mains 2020/Pre 2021) as well.

UPSC mains 2020 is just 75 days away, while 2021 Prelims is about 7 months away. There is no time to either grieve or feel relaxed. Time is of utmost importance. What, why and how you decide and choose your next step will decide your next result.

If you are going to attempt Prelims 2021 jump over to next paragraph or click here (Samanvaya for IAS 2021).

For those who cleared Prelims 2020 and are writing mains in Jan 2021:

At this point in time you need to start giving tests (both GS mains and Essays). Your focus should be more on consolidation of information and on learning how to utilize it, rather than learning new things.

Do you have a repository of the issues faced by Govt of India, society, polity, administration and economy in the the last couple of years? Do you have them in a form where you can simply write answers from your notes?

If not, we need to talk and discuss. Fill the Samanvaya form to discuss about Quality Improvement Program for Mains 2020 as well.

For those who couldn’t clear Pre 2020 and would be taking it in 2021

You need a massive overhaul. We need to talk.

Clear UPSC in first attempt

Let’s talk. Fill this Samanvaya form (click here)

The 4th Oct 2020 in many ways was a watershed moment for IAS aspirants. Prelims 2020 has shocked veterans and baffled the first-timers. If anything this paper has taught is that you need to adapt to the expectations of UPSC and adopt a new approach.

UPSC is changing. No more is it about isolating yourself and just doing current affairs, static, attending random classes, or reading a plethora of books. It’s time to bury the old ways for IAS preparation, for good.

Enrollment for November batches of IAS Foundation 2021 and Ultimate Assessment Programs 2021 is open now.

Who are you?

  1. Working Junta? If you are preparing for IAS 2021 and working simultaneously, we can help you strategize and decipher the IAS exam and design a timetable that fits right in your hectic schedule.
  2. First-time prep? If you are in the last year of college or thinking of dropping a year and preparing for IAS 2021 full time, we can help you pick the right books and craft a practical & personal strategy.

You just have to take 5 minutes out and fill this form: Samanvaya For IAS 2021

Once done, we will call you within 24 hours or so.

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A perfect exam cracking pattern

Broadly, six factors determine your success in cracking this prestigious IAS exam and the most important being understanding the expectations of UPSC and according to that planning and strategizing; other being Learning – Knowledge and information; Analyzing – making linkages, connections, etc.; Executing and utilizing information; and Constant course correction – because mistakes are inevitable, need to rectify them asap.

But how to do that?

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Failing to tackle any one of them, feeds into a vicious cycle. Without guidance or mentoring, understanding where the problem lies in and how to rectify it becomes problematic.

This is where our 3 tier mentoring comes in:

1. First step starts with this Samanvaya call: Once you fill in the form, our senior mentors get on a 30-40 minute call with you to understand your prep level, working/ study constraints, current strategies, and create a step by step plan for next week, next month and so on.

2. You are given access to our invite-only chat platform, Habitat where you can ask your daily doubts, discuss your test-prep questions and have real-time, live sessions on news and op-eds, and find your optional groups.

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3. The third and the most personalized tier is the 1 on 1 mentor allotment who stays with you through the course of your UPSC preparation – always-on chat and on scheduled calls to help you assess, evaluate, and chart the next milestone of your IAS 2021 journey.


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Didn’t clear UPSC prelims 2020? This is for you.

The result is out and it has not turned out to be a favorable one! Is this the end? What should be your next move? Just wait, take a pause. We’ve something to talk. Please read below and then we’ll talk.

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.

The quote above is apt for who couldn’t clear the UPSC Prelims 2020 exam. A failing result is devastating. No one expects to fail anything they attempt. Especially after you go in with supreme confidence having studied for months and yet fail somehow in the Prelims. What you do next tells more about yourself than flying through the exam and passing with ease. 

But you do not have to worry. Failure is natural; especially in the journey for UPSC success stories. So what do you need to do to cope to bounce back in just 9 months (remember, next Prelims is in 9 months)?

Keys to Getting Back on the Horse:

#1. Failure is feedback. This approach is an agile lifestyle principle. Apply it to your exam results as you do for anything else in your life. Now you know what you need to improve upon. Moderate proficiency requires more mock questions and some further reading. Below proficiency requires a second look as to how you are studying the materials and reviewing your notes. You need to change and find what works for you.

#2. Review Prelims Questions. You must go back and review the answers, especially those you answered incorrectly. Civilsdaily Detailed Answer Key explains as to why the answer is correct or incorrect. Use that explanation to apply to your review. They should give you a result as to which domains you remain strong in and which need improvement.

#3. Don’t Panic! Panicking isn’t going to take you anywhere. Accept that failing an exam is something perfectly normal to happen during your academic life. There are two things you need to know: you’re not alone and you can get a better result. This is just one more obstacle to overcome, one more story to tell, and an experience that will help you do better on the next exam.

#4. Take the time to grieve. First official right of one who has failed UPSC CSE Prelims: the right to grieve! You have a great excuse to take a break and do something like a marathon of your favourite TV series, going out with your friends, drinking a wee bit more than usual, or forgetting about your diet and eating all the chocolate you deserve. But don’t overdo it! One shall not grieve more than 24 hours: life goes on and you have to get back on the bandwagon.

#5. Get things in perspective. After the grief period is over, it’s a good time to get everything in perspective. Just stop for a moment and reflect on what went wrong. Think about what you did and didn’t do during your study period, and ask yourself: “what could I have done differently?” Maybe you should try out different ways to approach your study sessions so that they become more enjoyable and less heavy and boring. 

Maybe you did not give enough prelims mock tests. Maybe you’ve procrastinated so much that you didn’t cover every topic you should have; maybe you were afraid of asking for help to understand a particularly difficult issue. What’s important here is to get to the core of the problem and figure out what you’re going to do differently when you retake the exam.

#6. Get help if you need it. Don’t feel embarrassed about asking for help. It’s a way of showing you want to understand something and don’t take pride in staying ignorant.

Talk to your guru, ask your friends to organise a study group, or simply fill our Samanvaya form and we will talk with you. We all need help sometimes!

#7. Plan for success. If you are going for it again and doing resits and retaking classes, then identify your weak spots and have a plan in place to focus on upping your game. Identify the mistakes you made in the last attempt. It can be because you did not do enough revisions; it might be because you did not attempt enough prelims mock tests; it might be because you gave a certain subject less priority; it may be because of the pandemic effects; it might be plain simple luck of 1-2 marks in the end. But whatever it is, you have to make sure that you do not commit them again and face UPSC Prelims 2021 with better planning and approach.

#8. Do it for yourself and not for other people. Given that UPSC Prelims can be such a public thing I often have to remind my mentees that they should first and foremost take the exams and tests for themselves. Too much worrying about what other people might think or say, or trying to do it to prove your worth is a highway to massive amounts of unnecessary and unhelpful stress. If you thrive under such pressure, great, keep doing it, but if you are someone that crumbles under the weight of such responsibility, a shift in mindset and focus might be required.

#9. It can be fun once you get into the flow of it. I have a senior who took my various doubts sessions. When asked how he likes to relax his reply was that was epic: “No matter how good things are in other parts of your life such as family, social life, and relationships, UPSC CSE Preparation is a major part of your life, and not to be neglected. Since for now, you have chosen to be in the preparation that you are in, it is up to you for the time being to make the most of what you do. Of course in the long term, you can either change your plan and embark on a new career. But for now, you can get to love more of what you do right now.” So do not let the failure of last Sunday affect your overall outlook towards UPSC preparation. 

#10. (For So-Called Veterans) Do not postpone your preparation as you do not have 12 months. And this is the most important message for people who have faced failures in prelims multiple times. Next Prelims is in 9 months. You do not have your traditional 364 days wait for the next prelims. Therefore it does not makes sense to wait for WINTERS TO COME (like Whitewalkers) to think about strategy every month!!! I have seen people postponing their preparation each month and eventually it is after Diwali festivities when they get back on the table!!! Or they keep changing resources, timetable etc. By then your half a year is already gone and you are in the same mode as that of last year: “Should I focus on Prelims (as it has been your sore point) or should I go for Mains cum Prelims approach”.

They are neither here nor there and committing the same mistakes every year. Just never postpone your preparations. Keep it simple. 

Here’s the sad truth. A lot of people sort of let UPSC Preparation “happen” to them. They let their past failures and wrong decisions dictate the course of their futures. Don’t be one of those people. There are very few failures that can completely prevent you from adapting and retrying. As long as you don’t give up, the vast majority of failures will simply make you smarter and more resilient in the future.

“The knowledge that you have emerged wiser and stronger from setbacks means that you are, ever after, secure in your ability to survive.”

J.K. Rowling on Failure, during a speech at Harvard University in 2008

Prelims failure is not the end. Rather, it’s a source of insight. If you don’t like where your failures have gotten you, then learn from them and retry smartly. If UPSC Prelims 2020 was Apollo Creed then you have to become Rocky Balboa in 2021! 


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UPSC 2020 Prelims Result released | Link inside

Dear students,

UPSC has released the result for Prelims CSE 2020 exam. Congratulations to those who have their names in the pdf, Let us gear up for mains. For those who could not make the cut, don’t get disheartened, fill the Samanvaya form (Link below) for guidance on what should be your next strategy.

The link for results are given below:

CIVIL SERVICES (PRELIMINARY) EXAMINATION, 2020

https://www.upsc.gov.in/sites/default/files/WR-CSP-20-231020-Engl-F.pdf

INDIAN FOREST SERVICE (MAIN) EXAMINATION, 2020

https://www.upsc.gov.in/sites/default/files/WR-IFSP-20-231020-Engl-F.pdf


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NCERTs Discussion (Open for all) | Class 12th -Themes in Indian History Part III | Daily at 8 pm on Habitat (link inside)

How to cover NCERTs? Are they still relevant? How to use NCERTs for both prelims and mains? If you are struggling with questions like these, this is for you (open to all). Habitat link and instructions at the bottom. Details for the next session below.

Hello students,

After Prelims 2020, there is both confusion and a certain skepticism about the basic approach for Prelims preparation. Everyone seems to be struggling with the “what next?” question for 2021. There is no gainsaying that our basic approach needs to be tweaked but to discard it squarely is far from being right.

We’ve started NCERTs discussion series on Habitat and with this discussion series, we intend to begin our step by step approach to the Prelims 2021 while unraveling the mystery held by the basic books like NCERTs.

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Here we are going to understand the relevance and approach to read and cover NCERTS from both prelims and mains perspective. Not only we cover in-depth analysis of topics, even from the previous year paper, but also discuss the utilization of those topics.

Below are two images of the discussion in progress.

Prelims questions shared and discussed

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Utilising NCERTs for mains

Since NCERTs are essential as they form a foundation on which you will build and develop your understanding, we’re going to cover all NCERTs one by one. It’s discussion series you can’t afford to miss.

Details of today’s discussion

  • Book: Class 12th NCERT – Themes in Indian History part III
  • Time and date: 8 pm, 23rd Oct 2020
  • Venue: General group of Habitat
  • Links of previous sessions: Session 1, Session 2, Session 3

Instructions for joining Habitat

  1. Click here: Link for Habitat.
  2. Choose Web Application. (Mandatory)
  3. Click on ‘Register a new account’ and enter your details.
  4. Choose a username.
  5. That is it. Welcome to Habitat.

For access through Mobile app:

  1. Install the Mobile application (click here) from your Appstore.
  2. Use the same email id and password as you used above.

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Looking for optional subject experts

Dear all,

We’ve built an amazing community of students preparing for civil services.

How we differ is in our approach to mentorship. It has been the key focus area for Civilsdaily.

The concept is simple. With the high levels of competition, students need handholding so they can build the initial momentum and get a rhythm going on. In an age of content overload, we’ve observed even the best minds lose precious time when they start out – experimenting around all the topper tips, trying different sources, arbitrary way of studying, no proper planning, and many other factors lead to wastage of both time and effort.

More often than not the price to pay is not just the first attempt, but a lack of energy and motivation leading to suboptimal subsequent attempts.

We are far from perfecting this system. It’s still a work in progress. But regardless, it is the best system that exists in the current UPSC preparation domain.

We are looking for like-minded people, who resonate with the problem we are trying to solve. This post is to specifically invite candidates with exceptional optional skills to teach and mentor students.

  1. Preference to those who already have an ongoing course.
  2. Should be extremely well-versed with the optional.
  3. Should very clearly understand how to score well in the paper. This is different from having knowledge.

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160+ In Essay Was Never This Easy | Boost Your Score Through Dedicated Mentorship | Essay FLTs 2020 (video link inside)

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How to write an essay that will fetch you 160+ marks in IAS mains exam? What are the components of a great essay? How to write philosophical essays? Like these, you might’ve got a lot of questions.

Zeeshan sir will be live today at 7 pm to unlock the mystery around IAS mains Essay paper and answer all of your questions. Click on the video below to set reminder.

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Zeeshan sir himself will be mentoring and streamlining your essay preparation in Essay FLTs 2020 program.

How to write UPSC IAS essays?

What is Essay FLTs 2020?

It is a mentor-driven Essay test series for UPSC 2020 Mains exam. Our focus is on personalized attention in evaluation, execution, and course correction. Our innovative methodology in topic selection, reviews, and evaluation on one hand and mentorship and collaborative approach on the other will build your capacity to write Essays that will fetch 160+ marks.

What are we offering and how is it unique?

We’ve innovated at every step of the process.

Highly relevant, precise and thoughtful topic selection 

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

But there is some rationality to the way UPSC selects essay topics. Those themes are highly relevant to the current times and one can find a strong correlation with current affairs of the past year(s).

We plan to develop your competencies so that you can be better prepared for the actual exam.

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An innovative methodology for reviews  

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

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

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

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

10 parameters on which your essays are going to get evaluated

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

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Model essays with indicative structure and good essay copies

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

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

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

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

One-to-one Mentorship and Civilsdaily’s handholding

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

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

Membership to exclusive group on Habitat

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

Habitat discussions

Enroll here for Essay FLTs 2020

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

Besides these, you will be given the following 

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

Program inclusion

  1. 5 FLTs
  2. Model essays
  3. One-to-one mentorship
  4. Membership to exclusive Essay group on Habitat
  5. Notes and references on Habitat

Price of the program

  • Rs. 4000 + taxes for Smash Mains 2020 enrolled students
  • Rs. 5000 + taxes for other students

Note: Smash Mains 2020 students can ask for a payment link from our team/ping us on WhatsApp +91 8929987787

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Mains FLTs 2020 – First test is Live | Attempt the paper now | Timetable inside

Have you started the mains answer writing practice yet? The first test of Mains FLTs 2020 is live now. Instruction on where to find and attempt the test below.

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Where to find and attempt the test?

  1. After you have enrolled for the test, login to https://www.civilsdaily.com/
  2. Go to ‘My courses’. Find Mains FLTs 2020.
  3. Go to curriculum. Attempt the test.

Mains is the most important stage of the UPSC exam. It’s also becoming more and more unpredictable, analytical and dynamic than ever before.

Watch Sajal sir live today.

What is Mains FLTs 2020?

Mains FLTs 2020 is a personalised and Mentor guided comprehensive and intensive program for GS Mains papers. The focus is on making students understand the requirement of Mains Question, its elements, using information, and imparting answer writing skills for that.

Our previous year Mains tests have had an exceptional hit ratio in 2019 and 2018 UPSC Mains.

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Why Mains FLTs 2020? (Our Philosophy)

1. Question Formulation

It happens under a team of experienced Civilsdaily’s faculty. Questions framed are from the most important UPSC relevant themes and papers are based on the latest pattern of UPSC.

Our questions specifically state:

  • Whether they are straightforward or thought-provoking/analytical.
  • Whether they have subparts.
  • Why this question – similar previous year questions, the importance of the theme, etc.

CD Innovation – Star marked questions We go the extra mile and craft unique, intellectually-stimulating questions. Marked with a star, these questions reward analytical ability and critical thinking.

2. One-to-One Discussion on every checked copy

We believe in personalised individual attention. This is the biggest reason why you should join our TS. Students can schedule a call within 2 days of receiving their checked copies.

A one-to-one discussion with Mentor will not only highlight your weaknesses but will also help in tracking your improvements over the subsequent tests.

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3. Answer Checking

Our evaluation focusses on multiple dimensions and parameters like structure, flow, presentation, contextuality, relevance to question, analytical excellence and cross-domain inter-linkages than simply on superficial, memory-based lapses.

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Evaluated answer copy – 2 (Click to download)

Parameters we use to evaluate your answers

Read more about our methodology here.

4. Model Answers

More than just simply providing information, our model answers cover all the aspects of a question and provide enriching points to the student. They also include:

  • For ‘thought-provoking/analytical‘ type of questions, we’ll provide the best way to approach them.
  • Alternate introductions
  • Sub-headings and categorization to enhance readability and answer structure.
  • Colour coding for main arguments, reports, data, scholars, etc.
  • OTB – Out of the box points for additional marks

5. Video Discussion

Every test is discussed thoroughly in the video lecture. An in-depth explanation of every question, demand from it and the ways in which it could have been answered are discussed. Mentors will also be sharing answer writing strategy with students so that they can gain extra marks in Mains.

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6. Civilsdaily’s Handholding 

You’ll be assigned to a special group on Civilsdaily’s Habitat, it’s headed by Sajal Sir, Atul Sir, Ravi Sir and rankers like Dr Vipin Garg (AIR 20), Swapnil Pawar (AIR 525) and others.

Habitat is where everything comes together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentor’s support, and a focussed community. You’re going to learn and discuss like never before.

How will your queries be resolved?

  • The moment you have a query, you post it in the group. At 11 PM, 3 AM, doesn’t matter. No need to schedule a call, or drop an email. Just drop a chat. Once our team is up, it will be resolved.
  • More often than not, your peers will take part in your doubt discussions adding a lot of value.

Besides doubts, what else is there on Habitat?

  • #DDS sessions – We have dedicated sessions every day to resolve doubts in real-time. Never keep a doubt to yourself.
  • An ecosystem for co-learning and active learning.
  • A highly motivated community to bring flexibility and consistency to your preparation.

That’s not all, we’ve Daily news analysis and Op-ed discussion sessions on Habitat.  Other activities like revisions, quizzes, test discussion, CSAT, etc. are also planned.

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7. Value-added material

Current affairs magazines – Civilsdaily’s Magazines are the best in terms of comprehensive coverage, superb design, and high readability. Get them here.

Listicles and other relevant study material – Supplementary content provided will be helpful in covering multiple related questions.

Program inclusion:

  1. Tests (12 Full Syllabus) and Model Answers
  2. Video Discussion
  3. On phone One-to-One discussion of checked copy
  4. Civilsdaily’s Handholding and connect with Mentor on Habitat
  5. Civilsdaily’s Habitat special group
  6. Civilsdaily’s Magazines, Listicles, and other relevant study material

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All India Open Mains Test 2020 | GS paper 1 – Full-Length test – 18th Oct | Registration link inside | Open for all

Instructions and link to register for the Open test below. Test will be made live at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Click here for the Open test. Instructions below.

Dear students,

We have launched Mains 2020 Full-Length Test series, and are providing the first test of the series as open to all.

Details of the test

Subject: GS mains paper 1

Syllabus: Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the world, Society and Current Events

Time: 10 a.m.

How to attempt the test?

  1. Login using your google id to – https://www.civilsdaily.com/
  2. Click here for the link to the open test.
  3. Scroll to the bottom. Click on Enroll.
  4. Find your test in the Curriculum tab. (10 a.m. tomorrow)
  5. Write well and join Habitat for the discussions.

About Mains FLTs 2020


Mains FLTs 2020 is a personalised and Mentor guided comprehensive and intensive program for GS Mains papers.

There are 12 full length FLTs.

The focus is on making students understand the requirement of Mains Question, its elements, using information, and imparting answer writing skills for that.

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For any query or doubt please reach out to us at Habitat or hello@civilsdaily.com. You can also WhatsApp us at +91 8929987787.