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[RSTV Archive] Economic Reforms – Journey & Road Ahead

India has completed 30 years of liberalization regime. Multi-pronged reforms agenda was launched in 1991. Over the years India has become one of the fastest growing economies in 21st century and the reforms agenda continues to be in focus along with the quest for self-reliance. In this edition we will discuss and analyse all aspects of this issue.

In 1991, India’s population was 83.8 crore. In 2021, it is estimated at 139 crore. Effectively four of ten Indians, or 55 crore Indians scarcely know of an India which existed in perpetual want – when people waited for years for a phone, LPG connection and even a scooter. Today, the Aadhaar-based digital infrastructure enables Indians to get a phone connection or open a bank account in minutes.

1991 Economic Reforms

  • The 1991 economic reforms refer to the economic liberalization of the country’s economic policies with the goal of making the economy more market and service-oriented and expanding the role of private and foreign investment.
  • It was part of a general pattern of economic liberalization and modernization occurring across the world in the late 20th century.
  • It was prompted by a balance of payments crisis that had led to a severe recession.
  • Specific changes included reducing import tariffs, deregulating markets, and reducing taxes, which led to an increase in foreign investment and high economic growth in the 1990s and 2000s.

What was the pre-liberalization economic policy?

  • Indian economic policy after independence was influenced by the exploitative colonial experience and by those leaders’ exposure to socialism.
  • Policy tended towards protectionism, with a strong emphasis on import substitution industrialization under state intervention.
  • Licence Raj established an “irresponsible, self-perpetuating bureaucracy” and corruption flourished under this system which created widespread economic stagnation.

The story of 30 years

This can be categorized into:

  • Growth: with many regime changes, fiscal deficit has been reduced to 4% from then 8%.
  • Trade policy: Tariff got reduced eventually facilitating import and multilateral trade.
  • Industry and licence policy: Except Railways and atomic energy got delicensed. India has become Startup capital of the world.
  • Financial sector reforms: Banking, NPAs were crux of this reforms.
  • RBI and Govt relations: This have been redefined since then. Govt has not been using Ad-Hoc treasury bills and replaced by T-Bills of RBI.
  • Employment: Now private companies have raised to give employment to innumerable and the hunt for govt jobs has reduced.

Major outcomes of the reforms

1991 reforms ushered in an era of high growth, declining poverty, a burgeoning, aspirational middle class and the very real possibility of a seat on the global stage.

  • By the first decade of the 21st century, India began to be seen as one of the fastest growing emerging markets.
  • The 1991 reforms unleashed the energies of Indian entrepreneurs, gave untold choice to consumers and changed the face of the Indian economy.
  • Far from poverty increasing, for the first time, there was a substantial reduction in it.
  • From 1992 to 2005, foreign investment increased 316.9%, and India’s GDP grew from $266 billion in 1991 to $2.3 trillion in 2018.
  • It redefined the role of State as facilitator & neutral regulator.

“For sure, China is enabled by the authoritarian system whereas India is a vocal democracy. Yet the fact is the authoritarian state has done better on every development indicator.”

Shortcomings of the reforms

  • When we see the growth of economy on one side, on the other side, inequality has sustained. The reforms has not reached to socials sectors like education, health, skill development.
  • The share of manufacturing in the GDP has largely remained stagnant.
  • Economic liberalization has failed to provide secure and decent jobs to the mass of the population.
  • Informality, under-employment and low inter-generational mobility persisted through the heady days of growth
  • State now has become redundant and its role in the economy has reduced only as facilitator of business. This has damaged the government’s capacity in two ways.
  • First, it incapacitated the government to respond to emergencies based on credible information. Second, the logic and policies of economic liberalization seriously undermined the manufacturing capabilities of India.

Challenges in 2021

Markets in India operate in the context of deep structural inequalities. Our 1991 economic imagination responded to these realities by framing the debate in false binaries of growth versus inequality.

  • The pandemic-induced lockdown brought the wheels of economic activity to a grinding halt, triggering a sharp economic contraction.
  • This has resulted in a collapse in production following the disruption caused by the pandemic, which, in turn, has caused a fall in demand.
  • Public expenditure must happen for the next stage of economic growth.

” The economic reforms and agenda of 1991 has lot of challenges and opportunities which lie ahead in terms of economic growth, above mentioned reforms have to be taken at the earliest”

Liberalization 2.0 needed

  • Economic growth is sustained by the virtuous cycle of income- consumption-demand-investment-growth.
  • In theory, India dismantled licence raj but permission raj persists. Successive governments have shied away from reviewing the process of clearances.
  • Small and medium enterprises are the bulwark of employment and exports but suffer from over-regulation and under-provision of capital.
  • India’s policy on FDI has been defined less by objectives and more by crises.
  • This has detained expansion in the areas where access to capital and technology could have made India a dominant player – for instance in electronics and computer hardware.
  • Growth at a macro level is but a means to achieve ends.
  • No country has progressed without investing in human development and yet India has struggled to up the spending on education and health.

Conclusion

  • The defining factor in success is a sense of political purpose and efficiency of the state.
  • Three decades after liberalization, India continues with a ministerial structure designed for state-led industrialization.
  • Five decades after the first Administrative Reforms Commission, the political economy wrestles with the very same issues which it interrogated in the 1960s.
  • To deliver on the promise of its potential, India needs to complete the unfinished agenda —install Gov 2.0 to enable minimum government and maximum governance.
  • Finally, the limitations to invest in human capital, health, education, nutrition, worse, treating these as an afterthought, a luxury of high growth. This is both an economic and a moral failure.

There can be no sustainable growth without first investing in people and enabling them the opportunity to be active participants in the economy. If there is only one lesson to be learnt from the 1991 moment, let it be this.


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[RSTV Archive] India and Afghan Peace Process

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar set out India’s red lines for the settlement process in Afghanistan during a UNSC debate. A Qatari official revealed that there was a “quiet visit by Indian officials to speak with the Taliban”.

India has been becoming more central to the negotiations with the Talibans. In this article we will discuss and analyse all aspects of Afghan peace process from India’s perspective.

The tension is the change in “the balance of influence between regional powers and the wider international community” where non-Western states have become more influential in matters of regional security.

Afghan Peace Process

  • The Afghan peace process comprises the proposals and negotiations in a bid to end the ongoing war in Afghanistan.
  • This US-Taliban deal signed in February 2020 was seen in India as a “victory for Taliban and Pakistan”.
  • Although sporadic efforts have taken place since the war began in 2001, negotiations and the peace movement intensified in 2018 amid talks between the Taliban, which is the main insurgent group.
  • Besides the US, major powers such as China, India, Russia, as well as NATO play a part that they see as facilitating the peace process.
  • The Afghan peace group People’s Peace Movement sees regional and global powers as a cause of continued war.

The peace process has not made much headway mainly because violence by the Taliban continues unabated. The Taliban now view this as an important milestone and is busy trying to establish their military superiority on the ground.

Taliban prowess is ever increasing

  • Every single day since the ceasefire, the Taliban is strengthening and violence is mounting high.
  • Taliban is now more organized as an organization with diplomats on par with modern democratic nations with a state apparatus propaganda.
  • The Taliban strategy seems to be to capture power in Kabul by violence and intimidation despite warnings from the international community.
  • At the core of its diplomacy lies the untenable violent extremism based on radical religious ideology.

India and Afghanistan

  • India’s contribution has been phenomenal in every area in Afghanistan since India built the Afghan Parliament.
  • India has been a major military and developmental assistance partner for Afghanistan.

After years of mortal enmity, India is reportedly recalibrating its approach to the Taliban. Reports say New Delhi has opened an exploratory channel with a few Taliban factions. What explains this shift?

Why is India engaging with the Taliban?

  • As the world and India have changed there is an aspiration that Afghan can’t be brought back from the brink.
  • India wants to play a positive role and sabotage those countries that support other terror groups in Afghan.
  • It is visibly clear and Taliban has claimed that the US withdrawal is a victory for them. At the same time, the democratically elected Afghan government is crashing.
  • India is pressing on a peace process all around Afghanistan so that all countries shall be peaceful.

India’s concerns

  • India is concerned over the violence and loss of lives in Afghanistan. Violence has increased manifold after peace talks have started.
  • India, which has committed $3 billion in development aid and reconstruction activities, backs the Ashraf Ghani government in war-torn country.
  • New Delhi wants an all-inclusive “Afghan-led, Afghan-owned and Afghan-controlled” peace process—not one that is remote-controlled by Pakistan, seen as the backers of the Taliban.
  • It supports zero tolerance against violence.
  • Our EAM has iterated that there is need of double peace i.e., within and around Afghan indirectly pointing towards the terror breeding centre, Pakistan.

What are the stakes for India?

  • Afghanistan is a part of  India’s  extended  neighborhood and a link to Central Asia.
  • But for Pakistan occupying part of Kashmir, India would have had a direct border with Afghanistan.
  • Despite claims that the Taliban have changed in the past two decades, there is no proof that it has shed any of its obscurantist ideology which leans heavily towards Pakistan’s official foreign policy towards India.
  • A Taliban-controlled government in Kabul would mean Pakistan controlling Afghan policy on India.
  • And a repeat of the past when Pakistan used Afghanistan territory for anti-India activities.

US withdrawal raises the prospect of an India-Pakistan ‘proxy war’ in Afghanistan, it is neither inevitable nor will it be in India’s interest to engage in such a messy conflict with Pakistan in Afghanistan, especially when Pakistan will likely have the dominant hand.

Fear over sudden US withdrawal

  • US withdrawal at this moment is very dangerous to Afghan. The Taliban is waiting for the US to withdraw.
  • Once the last US marine leaves, it is no doubt that the Taliban would seize Kabul and bring the entire Afghan nation under control.
  • With violence continuing, Afghanistan may slip back into civil war, with warlords cutting deals with the Taliban to control their areas of influence, triggering an indefinite period of instability in the entire region.

Terrorism and its export

  • Cross border terrorism is increasing at the Indian borders. Pakistan has been since long sponsoring them modern arms.
  • A ceasefire in Afghanistan may spill over the terror in the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

International community’s role

  • Many countries have been trying through multiple tracks to kickstart the stalled peace process in Afghanistan.
  • UN-backed talks among Russia, China, Pakistan, Iran, India, and the US “to discuss a unified approach to supporting peace in Afghanistan,” do not seem to be happening.

Role of regional actors: India and Pakistan

  • Both rivals India and Pakistan have been in conflict regarding the Afghan peace process.
  • Following a May 2020 attack at a hospital in Kabul, which the Afghan state blamed on the Taliban while the US blamed the regional ISIS branch, Pakistan accused India of trying to derail the process.
  • The Afghan government denied Pakistan’s claims and cited that India is a partner.

Way forward

  • India’s role in Afghan’s peace process and the road ahead is difficult as we see more process and less peace.
  • India has urged for a permanent & comprehensive ceasefire in Afghanistan.
  • Our External Affairs Minister has said that durable peace requires peace within & around Afghanistan. India also asserted the need for zero tolerance for terrorism.

 For a peaceful subcontinent

  • Taliban have several sections that are both radical and some want talks with the international community.
  • So international organizations like the UN must come forward to stop Pakistan sponsor of terrorism. The FATF should move beyond grey-listing itself.
  • Nations should come together against the Taliban so that it can’t move forward without any foreign aid.
  • Aid and developmental cooperation through the UN, India, USA must be done simultaneously for the restoration of democracy.

Conclusion

  • A lot of complexities are involved in the Afghan theatre; tangible demonstration of commitment is required from all stakeholders for a political settlement and to have a permanent ceasefire in Afghanistan.

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Destroy Prelims: score boosterZeeshan Hashmi5:30 pm
Indian society and Social IssuesSiddharth 6:30 pm
Samvad- Physical geography through MCQsRadhika Didwania7:30 pm
Economics GamifiedAmoghavarsha8:30 pm
Finish Laxmikant through MCQsZeeshan Hashmi9:00 pm
Parakram Answer Writing sessionRohit Yadav9:30 pm
Post dinner MCQs for IAS prelimsAmitB10:15 pm

And many more…

Whatever you need, we have it here

How to join a discussion?

After you have joined/registered on Habitat for free, go to General club. Click on the blue box of the session you want to attend.

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Is it worthwhile to join a Civilsdaily Mentorship paid program for civil service? | Anushka’s answer

About Anushka

Hi, I am Anusha. I am a working professional. After my 2 failed attempts, I felt I was lacking direction and decided to join any mentorship program. I have joined Civilsdaily in August 2020. I was assigned Asif Sir as my mentor.

About her mentor:

I have very great experience with my mentor. He would discuss my strengths and weakness in a topic and then use to give the targets for the week. Even if I don’t lift the scheduled call, he would message me asking my well being and my availability to discuss my progress in completing the targets.

My experience with UAP 2020 program:

In my previous attempts I have concentrated only on reading and jumping from one source to another.

Samachar Manthan helped me to start writing.

I was getting customized plan yet because of my hectic workload and other reasons, I wasn’t able to complete my targets. My mentor patiently listened to my problems and gave me motivation and way around to complete my targets.

I would surely bet that had not I have joined this initiative, I would have lost in the mid-way. Because preparing on your own being an working professional have its own challenges.

I would conclude that if one can afford the course given time constraints and exhaustive syllabus, Civilsdaily mentorship is worth joining for.

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Which Is Your Weakest Subject? Here’s How You Can Change That | FREE Habitat clubs – Daily timetable released.

Everyone has a subject they feel they are weak in. It could be Current Affairs, Polity, Geography, History, or something else. Which one is yours?

Remember: You cannot go for UPSC exams with a weak subject. You need to improve that.

To solve this problem for students, Habitat has designed specific clubs that will help you improve your weak subjects and score more. You can choose the club based on your needs!

What are the benefits you get on joining the club? How can it help you score more?

  1. Complete coverage of syllabus with revision.
  2. Conversation-based learning that improves your retention abilities.
  3. Focused learning, concentrated on the most important topics that you can’t miss.
  4. Instant feedback from experienced mentors. 
  5. Timely completion of syllabus to save your time.
  6. Evaluation, Answer Writing Practice, And Model Answers.
  7. Consistent support to keep you motivated.
  8. Discussions, doubt sessions, and updated study materials.

Here are the different clubs you can join:

SociologyAakash6:00 am
Revise Economics for IAS PrelimsRavi Ranjan11:00 am
Sadya Sampoorna: Modern HistoryAddya Rai12:30 pm
Samadhan CSATRavi Ranjan2:00 pm
UPSC EPFORohit Yadav3:00 pm
Chat pe News: Current AffairsAnjum Sharma4:30 pm
Destroy Prelims: score boosterZeeshan Hashmi5:30 pm
Indian society and Social IssuesSiddharth 6:30 pm
Samvad- Physical geography through MCQsRadhika Didwania7:30 pm
Economics GamifiedAmoghavarsha8:30 pm
Finish Laxmikant through MCQsZeeshan Hashmi9:00 pm
Parakram Answer Writing sessionRohit Yadav9:30 pm
Post dinner MCQs for IAS prelimsAmitB10:15 pm

And many more…

Whatever you need, we have it here

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Scholarship Test Extended for 2 MORE days || Upto 100 % Scholarship|| Register Today for National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE 2022

Dates are being extended for Civilsdaily’s National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE 2022, as we are looking at a huge turnout and want the benefits to reach the most eligible irrespective of any divide. So aspirants, sign up for the test today !!

Test yourself on a national level and Get up to a 100% scholarship.

Date – 28th and 29th of June.

Please Click on Test Submit after finishing the Test.

  • Mode: Online
  • Registration Fee – Free
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2 Hrs
  • Syllabus: GS Paper 1 (Preliminary exam)
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • Date: 26th and 27th June
  • Time: 10 AM
  • Result: 28/06/2022

Why should you take the CD’s Scholarship Test? 

  1. Test your preparation on UPSC-CSE grade questions, at national level.
  2. Chance to compete against the best. See where you stand.
  3. Identify your strengths, weak points, and problem areas (subject wise).
  4. Mentors will provide personalised counselling based on your performance in the scholarship test. 
  5. A detailed discussion will help you navigate through the challenges during the preparation.
  6. Achieve up to 100% scholarship in our exclusive mentorship programme. 

As the program is rigorous and involves individual attention thus we can take only limited enrollments. Hence, we are going to conduct a Scholarship Exam on the 26th and 27th of June. Depending on your relative score, you can get up to a 100% scholarship.

We are looking for-

  • Serious and hardworking aspirants.
  • Ready to dedicate a minimum of 5-8 hours daily.
  • Can Complete assigned targets and tests without fail.
  • Keeping single point focus of Clearing UPSC Civil Services 2022.
  • Willing to take feedback from mentors after each test.

Our 1:1 mentorship program – (Achieve up to 100% scholarship)

Ultimate Assessment Program and Foundation Program includes – 

  • Mentorship (1:1, throughout the preparation)
  • Masterclasses (complete GS syllabus covered, Only provided in Foundation course)
  • Samachar Manthan (Current affairs Programme)
  • Decimate Prelims (Prelims Crash course)
  • Mains Answer Writing Initiative
  • Smash Mains (invite only)
  • Essay Guidance Program
  • Interview Guidance Program
  • Civilsdaily IAS community for Peer to Peer Interaction

Post-registration, you will receive an email notification with details. If you are facing any issue in registration then pls email at dj@civilsdaily.com or WhatsApp/call on 8929987787. 

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Don’t Pay, Just Study | Complete Physical Geography With Radhika Mam’ | Habitat free sessions, starting today

Radhika Mam’ is launching a new course to complete the entire Physical Geography through MCQs. It starts today at 7.30 p.m.

The session will take place in the General club. Click on the blue box to enter the discussion.

Benefits for students:

  1. Join the club and cover the entire Physical Geography through MCQs
  2. Learn through conversations and improve your retention abilities
  3. Solve tricky questions along with your peers
  4. Engage with the subject and revise extensively
  5. Save Time, Stay Focused, Score more 

There are NO STRINGS ATTACHED

There are NO HIDDEN CHARGES

The course is ABSOLUTELY FREE. 

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Scholarship Test Extended for 2 MORE days || Upto 100 % Scholarship|| Register Today for National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE 2022

Civilsdaily’s National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE

Test yourself on a national level and Get up to a 100% scholarship.

Date – 26th and 27th of June.

Please Click on Test Submit after finishing the Test.

  • Mode: Online
  • Registration Fee – Free
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2 Hrs
  • Syllabus: GS Paper 1 (Preliminary exam)
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • Date: 26th and 27th June
  • Time: 10 AM
  • Result: 28/06/2022

Why should you take the CD’s Scholarship Test? 

  1. Test your preparation on UPSC-CSE grade questions, at national level.
  2. Chance to compete against the best. See where you stand.
  3. Identify your strengths, weak points, and problem areas (subject wise).
  4. Mentors will provide personalised counselling based on your performance in the scholarship test. 
  5. A detailed discussion will help you navigate through the challenges during the preparation.
  6. Achieve up to 100% scholarship in our exclusive mentorship programme. 

As the program is rigorous and involves individual attention thus we can take only limited enrollments. Hence, we are going to conduct a Scholarship Exam on the 26th and 27th of June. Depending on your relative score, you can get up to a 100% scholarship.

We are looking for-

  • Serious and hardworking aspirants.
  • Ready to dedicate a minimum of 5-8 hours daily.
  • Can Complete assigned targets and tests without fail.
  • Keeping single point focus of Clearing UPSC Civil Services 2022.
  • Willing to take feedback from mentors after each test.

Our 1:1 mentorship program – (Achieve up to 100% scholarship)

Ultimate Assessment Program and Foundation Program includes – 

  • Mentorship (1:1, throughout the preparation)
  • Masterclasses (complete GS syllabus covered, Only provided in Foundation course)
  • Samachar Manthan (Current affairs Programme)
  • Decimate Prelims (Prelims Crash course)
  • Mains Answer Writing Initiative
  • Smash Mains (invite only)
  • Essay Guidance Program
  • Interview Guidance Program
  • Civilsdaily IAS community for Peer to Peer Interaction

Post-registration, you will receive an email notification with details. If you are facing any issue in registration then pls email at dj@civilsdaily.com or WhatsApp/call on 8929987787. 

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Scholarship Test Extended for 2 MORE days || Upto 100 % Scholarship|| Register Today for National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE 2022

Civilsdaily’s National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE

Test yourself on a national level and Get up to a 100% scholarship.

Date – 26th and 27th of June.

Please Click on Test Submit after finishing the Test.

  • Mode: Online
  • Registration Fee – Free
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2 Hrs
  • Syllabus: GS Paper 1 (Preliminary exam)
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • Date: 26th and 27th June
  • Time: 10 AM
  • Result: 28/06/2022

Why should you take the CD’s Scholarship Test? 

  1. Test your preparation on UPSC-CSE grade questions, at national level.
  2. Chance to compete against the best. See where you stand.
  3. Identify your strengths, weak points, and problem areas (subject wise).
  4. Mentors will provide personalised counselling based on your performance in the scholarship test. 
  5. A detailed discussion will help you navigate through the challenges during the preparation.
  6. Achieve up to 100% scholarship in our exclusive mentorship programme. 

As the program is rigorous and involves individual attention thus we can take only limited enrollments. Hence, we are going to conduct a Scholarship Exam on the 26th and 27th of June. Depending on your relative score, you can get up to a 100% scholarship.

We are looking for-

  • Serious and hardworking aspirants.
  • Ready to dedicate a minimum of 5-8 hours daily.
  • Can Complete assigned targets and tests without fail.
  • Keeping single point focus of Clearing UPSC Civil Services 2022.
  • Willing to take feedback from mentors after each test.

Our 1:1 mentorship program – (Achieve up to 100% scholarship)

Ultimate Assessment Program and Foundation Program includes – 

  • Mentorship (1:1, throughout the preparation)
  • Masterclasses (complete GS syllabus covered, Only provided in Foundation course)
  • Samachar Manthan (Current affairs Programme)
  • Decimate Prelims (Prelims Crash course)
  • Mains Answer Writing Initiative
  • Smash Mains (invite only)
  • Essay Guidance Program
  • Interview Guidance Program
  • Civilsdaily IAS community for Peer to Peer Interaction

Post-registration, you will receive an email notification with details. If you are facing any issue in registration then pls email at dj@civilsdaily.com or WhatsApp/call on 8929987787. 

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[Must Read] Don’t miss these two important success and failure stories

Niki’s answer copies from week 1 of Samachar Manthan to week 10

Prelims is around the corner and we are going to begin our new courses for Mentorship for next year. It is the right time to take a look at the progress of the students who joined us last year.

Today we will tell you 2 stories. Stories of Jia and Niki(names changed).  Both of them joined us in May 2020 for Mentorship.

Similar Beginnings

Jia and Niki have appeared in UPSC multiple times but failed to clear even Prelims. Both of them were working professionals and had their last attempt in 2021 and as a last resort approached us for mentorship guidance.

Motivation in the initial days was high for both as seen in regularly completing the assigned targets and attempting the tests.

Jia’s Progress Graph:

Jia identified that the biggest issue in her preparation was consistency. So, she asked the mentor to give her an oral test over the call every day to set up accountability. The mentor understood the students’ requirements and obliged. For the next one month, daily oral tests happened to ensure Jia developed the needed discipline.

Things went well, the Mentor had regular test discussions that helped Jia to improve her scores and cover the syllabus.

But from the 3rd month, something changed. Jia started missing tests and her score also dropped. Our Mentor tried to reach out to her but she started missing mentor calls. When she did pick up the phone, excuses such as health issues, family functions, etc were the usual replies. Mentor tried to motivate the student over the calls but there is little a mentor can do if the student refuses to pick up the call.

Within 6 months’ time, the student realized that UPSC is not her cup of tea and finally left the preparation.

Niki’s Progress Graph:

The story again starts with a motivated student aiming to crack UPSC. Along with the job, Niki managed her time well under our guidance and was able to complete the assigned targets on time. Niki identifies her issues lie in her approach to Prelims Tests and Answer writing. With the right guidance, her test scores improved which gave her confidence to put in more effort.

After 6 months of mentorship, Niki was able to complete the majority of her syllabus – both GS and Optional. She completed standard books which in the past 5 years she was never able to. In February 2021, Niki surprised us all.  She left her well-paying corporate job to dedicate time to UPSC preparation.

Right now Niki is among the top percentile of our batch and has the highest test completion rates.

What did we learn from them?

  • There is no magic potion that will help you qualify for this exam. Eventually, it is your hard work that pays off.
  • Mentors can only provide directions to smart work and help you to remain motivated. It is you who have to stick to the assigned targets, complete tests, and raise doubts with the mentor.
  • Mentorship is a two-way street. You’ll gain more from it by active participation. You have to give your 100% as well. If you start avoiding your mentor then there is little a mentor can do to help you.

If you are the type of student who is ready to put in the hard work we are here to provide you with the necessary guidance. Our experienced mentors are always here to listen to your issues and suggest timely interventions.

To experience the personalized mentorship provided by Civilsdaily please fill the Samanvaya form linked below.

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[Must Read] Don’t miss these two important success and failure stories

Niki’s answer copies from week 1 of Samachar Manthan to week 10

Prelims is around the corner and we are going to begin our new courses for Mentorship for next year. It is the right time to take a look at the progress of the students who joined us last year.

Today we will tell you 2 stories. Stories of Jia and Niki(names changed).  Both of them joined us in May 2020 for Mentorship.

Similar Beginnings

Jia and Niki have appeared in UPSC multiple times but failed to clear even Prelims. Both of them were working professionals and had their last attempt in 2021 and as a last resort approached us for mentorship guidance.

Motivation in the initial days was high for both as seen in regularly completing the assigned targets and attempting the tests.

Jia’s Progress Graph:

Jia identified that the biggest issue in her preparation was consistency. So, she asked the mentor to give her an oral test over the call every day to set up accountability. The mentor understood the students’ requirements and obliged. For the next one month, daily oral tests happened to ensure Jia developed the needed discipline.

Things went well, the Mentor had regular test discussions that helped Jia to improve her scores and cover the syllabus.

But from the 3rd month, something changed. Jia started missing tests and her score also dropped. Our Mentor tried to reach out to her but she started missing mentor calls. When she did pick up the phone, excuses such as health issues, family functions, etc were the usual replies. Mentor tried to motivate the student over the calls but there is little a mentor can do if the student refuses to pick up the call.

Within 6 months’ time, the student realized that UPSC is not her cup of tea and finally left the preparation.

Niki’s Progress Graph:

The story again starts with a motivated student aiming to crack UPSC. Along with the job, Niki managed her time well under our guidance and was able to complete the assigned targets on time. Niki identifies her issues lie in her approach to Prelims Tests and Answer writing. With the right guidance, her test scores improved which gave her confidence to put in more effort.

After 6 months of mentorship, Niki was able to complete the majority of her syllabus – both GS and Optional. She completed standard books which in the past 5 years she was never able to. In February 2021, Niki surprised us all.  She left her well-paying corporate job to dedicate time to UPSC preparation.

Right now Niki is among the top percentile of our batch and has the highest test completion rates.

What did we learn from them?

  • There is no magic potion that will help you qualify for this exam. Eventually, it is your hard work that pays off.
  • Mentors can only provide directions to smart work and help you to remain motivated. It is you who have to stick to the assigned targets, complete tests, and raise doubts with the mentor.
  • Mentorship is a two-way street. You’ll gain more from it by active participation. You have to give your 100% as well. If you start avoiding your mentor then there is little a mentor can do to help you.

If you are the type of student who is ready to put in the hard work we are here to provide you with the necessary guidance. Our experienced mentors are always here to listen to your issues and suggest timely interventions.

To experience the personalized mentorship provided by Civilsdaily please fill the Samanvaya form linked below.

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Boost Your Prelims Score For FREE! No Strings Attached! | Free Habitat sessions by Top Mentors

There are 3 important things that can immediately boost your prelims score:

  1. Comprehensive Syllabus Coverage
  2. Intense revisions
  3. And smart MCQ solving techniques

Join the other serious aspirants at Habitat and engage deeply with the syllabus. Discuss hot topics with your peers, and practice answering questions under the guidance of our expert mentors. 

Score higher by studying smarter!

Revise with your peers and you’ll never forget important details.

Remain focused by practicing MCQs everyday.

Save time by focusing on the most important matters, everyday.

And learn effortlessly through conversations! 

This is an opportunity to boost your prelims score by joining the Habitat club for FREE! No hidden charges, just open discussions and learning! Don’t miss it! 

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Final Reminder: Scholarship Test Today at 10 AM || Upto 100 % Scholarship|| Registration Open for National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE 2022

Civilsdaily’s National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE

Test yourself on a national level and Get up to a 100% scholarship.

Date – 26th and 27th of June.

  • Mode: Online
  • Registration Fee – Free
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2 Hrs
  • Syllabus: GS Paper 1 (Preliminary exam)
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • Date: 26th and 27th June
  • Time: 10 AM
  • Result: 28/06/2022

Why should you take the CD’s Scholarship Test? 

  1. Test your preparation on UPSC-CSE grade questions, at national level.
  2. Chance to compete against the best. See where you stand.
  3. Identify your strengths, weak points, and problem areas (subject wise).
  4. Mentors will provide personalised counselling based on your performance in the scholarship test. 
  5. A detailed discussion will help you navigate through the challenges during the preparation.
  6. Achieve up to 100% scholarship in our exclusive mentorship programme. 

As the program is rigorous and involves individual attention thus we can take only limited enrollments. Hence, we are going to conduct a Scholarship Exam on the 26th and 27th of June. Depending on your relative score, you can get up to a 100% scholarship.

We are looking for-

  • Serious and hardworking aspirants.
  • Ready to dedicate a minimum of 5-8 hours daily.
  • Can Complete assigned targets and tests without fail.
  • Keeping single point focus of Clearing UPSC Civil Services 2022.
  • Willing to take feedback from mentors after each test.

Our 1:1 mentorship program – (Achieve up to 100% scholarship)

Ultimate Assessment Program and Foundation Program includes – 

  • Mentorship (1:1, throughout the preparation)
  • Masterclasses (complete GS syllabus covered, Only provided in Foundation course)
  • Samachar Manthan (Current affairs Programme)
  • Decimate Prelims (Prelims Crash course)
  • Mains Answer Writing Initiative
  • Smash Mains (invite only)
  • Essay Guidance Program
  • Interview Guidance Program
  • Civilsdaily IAS community for Peer to Peer Interaction

Post-registration, you will receive an email notification with details. If you are facing any issue in registration then pls email at dj@civilsdaily.com or WhatsApp/call on 8929987787. 

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Final Reminder: Scholarship Test Today at 10 AM || Upto 100 % Scholarship|| Registration Open for National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE 2022

Civilsdaily’s National Scholarship Test For UPSC-CSE

Test yourself on a national level and Get up to a 100% scholarship.

Date – 26th and 27th of June.

  • Mode: Online
  • Registration Fee – Free
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2 Hrs
  • Syllabus: GS Paper 1 (Preliminary exam)
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • Date: 26th and 27th June
  • Time: 10 AM
  • Result: 28/06/2022

Why should you take the CD’s Scholarship Test? 

  1. Test your preparation on UPSC-CSE grade questions, at national level.
  2. Chance to compete against the best. See where you stand.
  3. Identify your strengths, weak points, and problem areas (subject wise).
  4. Mentors will provide personalised counselling based on your performance in the scholarship test. 
  5. A detailed discussion will help you navigate through the challenges during the preparation.
  6. Achieve up to 100% scholarship in our exclusive mentorship programme. 

As the program is rigorous and involves individual attention thus we can take only limited enrollments. Hence, we are going to conduct a Scholarship Exam on the 26th and 27th of June. Depending on your relative score, you can get up to a 100% scholarship.

We are looking for-

  • Serious and hardworking aspirants.
  • Ready to dedicate a minimum of 5-8 hours daily.
  • Can Complete assigned targets and tests without fail.
  • Keeping single point focus of Clearing UPSC Civil Services 2022.
  • Willing to take feedback from mentors after each test.

Our 1:1 mentorship program – (Achieve up to 100% scholarship)

Ultimate Assessment Program and Foundation Program includes – 

  • Mentorship (1:1, throughout the preparation)
  • Masterclasses (complete GS syllabus covered, Only provided in Foundation course)
  • Samachar Manthan (Current affairs Programme)
  • Decimate Prelims (Prelims Crash course)
  • Mains Answer Writing Initiative
  • Smash Mains (invite only)
  • Essay Guidance Program
  • Interview Guidance Program
  • Civilsdaily IAS community for Peer to Peer Interaction

Post-registration, you will receive an email notification with details. If you are facing any issue in registration then pls email at dj@civilsdaily.com or WhatsApp/call on 8929987787.