Samachar Manthan Yearly 2022 Plus

Till Mains 2022 – Video lectures & notes; Mains answer writing; Habitat club; Google meet sessions; Magazine

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Till IAS Mains 2022

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Note- There are two variants of Samachar Manthan – Till Prelims and Till Mains


Current affairs are indispensable for every stage of the UPSC exam. Understanding the importance of current affairs is just one part of the UPSC puzzle. For solving the whole puzzle, we have Samachar Manthan.

Importance in Interview

In Personality Tests often your opinions are asked on various issues. Current Affairs make you aware of the surroundings and allow you to give practical answers to the problems faced by the country.

What is Samachar Manthan?

Samachar Manthan is our flagship program designed to help you develop a solid command on your newspaper reading and current affairs analyzing skills. We’re are also going to focus on imparting skills required to utilize current affairs. Since it builds your core, it is important for both Prelims and Mains. 

Program inclusion

1. Weekly 3+ hours video lecture

2. High-quality Notes and reference material

3. Membership to Samachar Manthan Habitat club – doubts,  discussion, and mentorship session.

4. Weekly Current Affairs based Mains Test (10 Questions) and Evaluation

5. Current Affairs Monthly Prelims Test package

6. Marathon Revision sessions on Habitat before Prelims and Mains

7. Frequent Google meet Sessions to check on Student’s Preparation status

8. Micro notes to help you make your notes.

Duration of the program:

This program will continue till UPSC Mains 2022

About the faculty leading this program:

Sajal Singh

Sajal sir is known to make Economics and IR as easy as a cakewalk. He scored one of the highest marks in GS in the 2017 UPSC exam. Under his guidance, more than 80 percent of Students qualified for UPSC interview 2020 in Smash mains Program.

Sudhanshu Mishra

Sudhanshu sir has firsthand experience of 3 mains and two interviews of UPSC. He has served in the defense ministry for 10 years with keen interests in regional and global geopolitics and has ample experience of various other competitive exams as well.

Why Samachar Manthan?

5 stage structure of Lecture-Notes-Testing-Review-Mentoring

Our unique five-stage methodology helps ensure maximum retention and rock-solid preparation. Each component has been meticulously crafted which repeated every week creates a virtuous cycle.

Diversified and Comprehensive coverage

We let news develop over a week, and a team under Sajal Sir daily covers it from various sources which include newspapers (The Hindu, The Indian Express, LiveMint, etc.), magazines (Yojana, Kurukshetra, EPW, Down to Earth), important websites (PIB, PRS, govt ministries, IDSA, etc.).

UPSC is a generalist exam. It’s important to cover more issues than to cover a few, in more depth. Samachar Manthan ensures a fine balance of comprehensive news coverage and detailed discussion on the most important topics.

Videos and Notes

Carefully selected relevant news is analyzed and delivered in a weekly lecture spanning over 3 hours.

 

You will be getting high-quality, well-designed notes. They are detailed with proper categorization of news into the Mains and Prelims category.

Our focus is on conceptual clarity, simplicity, relevance, and making interlinkages between current affairs and basic/static part of the syllabus.

Samachar Manthan Civilsdaily IAS Current Affairs UPSC

Samachar Manthan Weekly Notes (Click to download)

Samachar Manthan Micro-notes (click to download)

Samachar Manthan will also help you understand how to utilize current affairs in all your Prelims and Mains papers. A part of which is done by tests.

Weekly Mains Test and Evaluation

Because learning is not enough, you must apply. Every week a 10 question UPSC level current affairs test follows with video and notes. The focus here is on Mains answer writing skills and practice.

It’s a skill that is learned, honed, and perfected gradually. And this is why it should be done regularly. Our team of subject experts evaluates your answers and provides you with feedback. Answer enhancement is one of the objectives of this exercise.

Samachar Manthan Civilsdaily IAS Current Affairs UPSC

Evaluated answer sheet – 1 (Click to download)

Evaluated answer sheet – 2 (Click to download)

Current Affairs Monthly Prelims Test package

This was a feedback that we had received from our students. Now every month we provide a Current Affairs prelims test package.

All this completes a study loop and enhances your retention.

Civilsdaily Handholding and mentoring: 

Our team led by Sajal sir is there to provide handholding support all through your UPSC journey. Increased interaction with the faculty and teachers from Civilsdaily will help you align your preparation and make it more relevant. You can reach out to Sajal sir and other teachers on Habitat.

Google meet sessions

Another important component we have added this year is Google meet sessions. These sessions will be conducted on a regular basis with the aspirants.

Samachar Manthan 2022 -Habitat club 

Habitat is where everything comes together learning, doubt clearing, notes, references, mentors, 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 11PM, 3AM, 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.

Marathon revision sessions before Prelims and Mains

To consolidate your coverage and revision we take revision sessions on Habitat.


This is what our students have to say about Samachar Manthan and Sajal Sir.

 

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Anuj Sharma
Anuj Sharma
9 months ago

Second lecture fully worst i am not able to understand sir khud h pad late h samjh lete h

Jaya Chauhan
Jaya Chauhan
8 months ago

q1- A

Litu Yommgam
Litu Yommgam
8 months ago

Please add the time slots like earlier videos. Ty.

Litu Yommgam
Litu Yommgam
7 months ago

Time slot

richa goyal
richa goyal
7 months ago

Please add time slot in 16 lecture

kumari sweta
kumari sweta
7 months ago

please provide the time slots with topics, its easir to revise that way. thank you!

kumari sweta
kumari sweta
7 months ago

please provide time slots with topics like earlier videos. it helps us in revising better. thank you!

Litu Yommgam
Litu Yommgam
7 months ago

TS

kumari sweta
kumari sweta
7 months ago

please provide time lots topicwise.

Nibedita Swain
Nibedita Swain
6 months ago

Please improve the content of weekly current affairs note.

Last edited 6 months ago by Nibedita Swain
Nibedita Swain
Nibedita Swain
6 months ago

Sir,
Even though the content of weekly current affairs note is comprehensively covered by CD but the articulation part is missing there. In some issues is not understandable what the writer is trying to say. For example- in week 20 current affairs note in IMF and WB topic the criticism of IMF and WB was not up to the mark . it’s like someone has copy pasted the statements from some sources. At least the content should be crisp and very directed.

Mohit Rongare
Mohit Rongare
6 months ago

Thank you sir

Mohit Rongare
Mohit Rongare
6 months ago

Go for Hinglish in English you people are not that able to explain the terms
Make it some in interesting way as 5 to 6 Hrs of just current affair is hepatic.
You ppl strech something too much like in SM 20 of touch potential and something not more important , add star 🌟 upon topic which mention its importance .
Thank you for lecture✍🏻

Subhom Das
Subhom Das
6 months ago

Please improve the content of samachar man-than notes.it is like copy paste from the opeds, segregating the bullet points. The headings and the contents are not aligned in some paints.

yash189
yash189
6 months ago

SM+AW Week 21 Lecture (Print-friendly Notes).
The pdf is not opening. Please fix it as soon as possible.

vikas yadav
vikas yadav
6 months ago

VOICE CLARITY IS NEED TO BE TAKEN CARE OF.
THANKS FOR THE CONTENT.

Ajit Patil
Ajit Patil
6 months ago

Hello Sir, I want to say something regarding video lectures on current affairs,
1. Before starting the specific concept or news please do tell aspirant that how the topic is relevant for UPSC and syallabus of like it comes in ppr I, ppr II, like.
2, lectures sound like just your trying yo tell that this news has came and appeared in this, without analysing the concept in detail for ex in video lecture 22 you just told about GM rice it was like cut and paste news you just told about news without explaining about what is GM crops?, how it is grown? , States which allow to grow and related legislation for GM crops? Is it eco friendly and Impact of GM? none of this was covered in your explanation , instead you just said what the news paper had written.

Anuj Sharma
Anuj Sharma
6 months ago

Sir your contents like that copy paste please make this language viable for student which type language is being I did not read till now

Mohit Rongare
Mohit Rongare
6 months ago

Thanks to both of you 4 fantastic session

shakti ranjan
shakti ranjan
6 months ago

every video is showing – ” error, playback suspended”. there is no contact number to call in such a case.

jayant kaushik
jayant kaushik
6 months ago

Is there no class conducted after week 22nd?

Urvashi Koli
Urvashi Koli
6 months ago

unable to get pdf of this lecture

jhon say
jhon say
6 months ago

From where i send my answers for evaluation?

Mohit Rongare
Mohit Rongare
5 months ago

The mind map is vey good concept increase it for most of topics

Meenakshi Sheera
Meenakshi Sheera
5 months ago

somewhere the sound quality is not good

Akshay Utkarsh
Akshay Utkarsh
5 months ago

Request to not cut out parts of video where there is interaction with students.

aaditya katoch
aaditya katoch
5 months ago

It’s not the Earth hour it’s the global overshoot day sir…

aaditya katoch
aaditya katoch
5 months ago

It’s not the Earth hour it’s the global overshoot day

aaditya katoch
aaditya katoch
5 months ago

Sir along with rhino , pangolin example is more suitable…as it is very vulnerable to illegal trading these days..

Nibedita Swain
Nibedita Swain
5 months ago

It’s a sincere request to team of Samachar Manthan team ,please improve the content of Samachar Manthan weekly and try to focus on analysis part and simplification rather use of fancy English words. Most importantly try to interlink the points with various schemes , national and international initiatives.

Nibedita Swain
Nibedita Swain
5 months ago

Please do check SM test answer sheet timely .

Abhishek Singh
Abhishek Singh
5 months ago

Canada is the fifth country with top 5 forest areas in the world

Last edited 5 months ago by Abhishek Singh
Zakariya Hamdan
Zakariya Hamdan
5 months ago

28 th SM ka print friendly notes kab aayega

Jehangir Bhat
Jehangir Bhat
5 months ago

hey please help how do you manage on time completion of SM?

Nishant Galav
Nishant Galav
4 months ago

There is no breakdown list of the topics that we are covering unlike old lectures. Can you please include the breakdown of topics in the description ?

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

Please provide micro notes and print friendly notes of sudhanshu sir of week 8 at the earliest

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

Include Questions of students in video, so that our doubts are also cleared

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

Everyday in the Hindu there is a cartoon mocking PM Modi, but does Sajal Sir read the hindu with closed eyes or he deliberately ignores it or is on an agenda to defame the current government, only he can tell.

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

Everyday these the hindu and the indian express leave no stone unturned in criticising the government of the day can sajal sir clarify which media house is being curbed from criticising the government of the day

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

The opposition parties speak bad words of PM Modi and even then they roam scott free, but sajal sir thinks opposition is being muzzled very very difficult to think or understand as to how he is neutral

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

Sajal Sir thinks that BJP is anti muslim party, but there has not been a single statement from him against muslims in the last 20 years, if his party men speak something how can PM Modi be blamed for ?? is it feasible to control the voice of the members of largest party of the world and if that is controlled wont that lead to curb on their freedom of speech ???

Why is this false narrative is being peddled day in and day out

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

How cunning of the top congress leadership that with the motto of do or die they left the civilians to die but arranged themselves in such a manner that all of them were arrested on the same day ??
Weren’t they aware that british would arrest them so they should split or should devise an alternate strategy to carry on this movement even when they had the prior experience of how british dealt with any movement threatening their rule in India ?

All smacks of deep rooted conspiracy that all of them were arrested on the same day.

Akshat Agarwal
Akshat Agarwal
4 months ago

Congress Party enters into an MOU with Chinese communist party and then brings NGT Act, 2008 which facilitated the environmental activism hampering business expansion and investment

Mere coincidence or strategy to extend benefits of closed businesses in India, to china, from where imports significantly jumped up.

Hemant Dhanvik
Hemant Dhanvik
4 months ago

As judiciary want to reform from colonial clutches, in same way, i urge you to use hindi also, do not totally dependent on english language . its very plain lecture. make it more interesting .

Ansha Henna Nazeer
Ansha Henna Nazeer
3 months ago

Hello all,
I’m a new student
Somebody please let me know the deadline for answer submission

shraddha vyas
shraddha vyas
3 months ago

their is no deadline . you can submit anytime but if you submit on time you will get your copies checked earlier