Prepare for UPSC IAS 2021-22 with Civilsdaily

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Civilsdaily IAS with its innovative approach and personalized mentorship is making the preparation effective and simpler for UPSC IAS exam aspirants.

With its spectacular results, Civilsdaily has emerged as the best online platform for IAS 2021-22 exam preparation.

Our approach

We make your preparation effective, outcome-oriented (enabling you to fetch more marks) and manageable. Every step you take is very objectively defined as a part of a well-designed strategy.

Civilsdaily’s dedicated mentorship through regular interventions at every stage of your preparation is essential for three reasons: gives a definite direction to your preparation, makes it outcome-oriented, balances your Prelims and Mains preparation.

Civilsdaily’s mentorship will help you integrate these in your IAS exam preparation.

Civilsdaily has been recommended by IAS toppers like Anudeep Durishetty (AIR 1, UPSC 2017); Anu Kumari (AIR 2, UPSC 2017), Abhishek Saraf (AIR 8, UPSC 2019), and many more.   

Mentorship programs

A complete program for UPSC IAS exam that builds a solid conceptual understanding from scratch. It also ensures full course coverage and continuous assessment of your preparation.

There are three components of the Foundation program for UPSC IAS exam:

  1. MasterClass lectures providing comprehensive and in-depth coverage of IAS exam syllabus.
  2. UAP for continuous evaluation of your preparation
  3. Dedicated and personalized mentorship to guide you through the maze of UPSC exam.

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A mentor guided holistic assessment program. It included regular assessments for all phases of the IAS exams to keep you on track at all times.

There are five components of UAP: Prelims Test series, Mains Essential Program, Decimate Prelims Program, Essay Program, and Samachar Manthan (our flagship current affairs program).

Dedicated mentorship, being the main integrating component here brings in the strategic interventions when and where required.

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UPSC IAS exam Pattern and Syllabus

Every year Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the Civil Services Exam for coveted services like IAS, IPS, and IFS. Lakhs of aspirants appear for this exam. With its huge syllabus and multiple stages – Preliminary, Mains, and Interview, it is known as the toughest competitive exam in India.

More than 10.5 lakh applied, but only 796 are going to clear IAS 2020. It is going to be much more challenging in 2021 and 2022.

The first stage, Prelims, comprises two objective-type exams GS paper and CSAT, while the Mains consists of nine subjective or essay-type papers covering a broad range of subjects and current affairs of national and international importance. Those who clear the cutoff for mains then appear for the third and final stage, Personality test or UPSC IAS Interview.

The syllabus of UPSC IAS exam is covered through a wide range of sources from NCERT books, standard books for static part of the syllabus, current affairs from daily newspapers like The Hindu, The Indian Express, PIB, etc.


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