Only 796 Seats; UPSC notification out:Journey has become even more tougher than ever.

UPSC released the notification for Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2020 on February 12, 2020.

Civil Services vacancies since 2014:

Year         Vacancies                          Forms filled

2014                 1291                            9.47 lakh

2015                 1129                            9.5 lakh

2016                 1079                           11.36 lakh

2017                 980                             10 lakh

2018                782                              10.65 lakh

2019                896                             12 lakh

This year the overall seats are 796, spread across various services including IAS, IFS, IPS, IRS (IT), IRS (C&CE), etc and the numbers will go down in the coming years. 12 lakh applications are expected to be filled this year.

 

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Out of ~2000 students selected for Interviews, ~400 were enrolled in our programs, over 1100 used our app and current affairs on a regular basis. Another 200 have used us sparingly. 

We have launched the Decimate Prelims Program. We are putting in our best effort to help all our students get a competitive edge.

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Dear Students, 

Our lectures on paper discussions and posts on solutions and sample structures have received over 20,000 hits collectively.  

It is time to get serious with your preparation and we have got your back.


After numerous conversations with so many aspirants, we have started understanding your problems better and standardizing solutions for the same.

These are being incorporated into our Samanvaya program. It is these practices that will make the program more effective.

At the core of Samanvaya lies the fact that each one of you will have a unique journey while preparing for the exam. Some will get through on the first attempt without much effort while others will take both more time and more effort. We want to understand you better to help you optimize your journey so you can focus on the right things and not waste time on the wrong ones. We are asking you to tap into the valuable experiences of mentors who underwent the same grind and realize the pitfalls and understand the shortcuts to make it.

Samanvaya program involves the following –

1. Identifying your weaknesses

Over 80% of students who claimed to have revised NCERTs were unable to answer basic questions. Many were not comfortable with at least 1 GS subject and Optional. Many struggled with ‘What went wrong’ after 2-3 years of hard work.

Our mentors will help you assess your preparedness and suggest accurate strategies.

2. Strategy and study plan discussions

Over 90% of students couldn’t stick to a plan. Study plans and strategies are iterative in nature and we want to help you with that. Many are unable to perform in tests despite preparing hard. This could be due to a variety of factors – lack of adequate prep, jitters in the exam hall, inadequate revision, lack of practice of test series or just a bad day at work. Tell us what you think went wrong and we’ll figure out a way to get you over the line next time.

3. Helping you understand the exam better

Which books to read, different approaches, etc. Over 60% of students we talked to did not find NCERTs relevant and saw no point in being thorough with them.

4. Lack of motivation

We have all had those days when it’s been hard to motivate ourselves to hit the books and just study. It happens to the best of us sometimes and for some of us, it happens more frequently. And it is understandable, Civil Service preparation is a long and often lonely process. Every aspirant, from toppers to those who have quit have been overwhelmed by this process at some point.

Samanvaya Code of Conduct

  • Be honest with your mentors about your preparation levels and stage.
  • Follow their advice and participate in tests and assignments that they set for you
  • Stay active in the telegram groups, ask doubts, don’t hold yourself back.
  • Don’t expect spoonfeeding. You have to drive the initiative.

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Here’s the feedback that we got from some of our students:


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Seema Kumari
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I am confused to read gk.from were should I prepare.because gk is ocean we don’t know from were they ask que.i always read old paper but always different pattern for gk .suggest me.everone tell to check old paper but that’s totally wrong .

Seema Kumari
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If u read 6 to 12 ncert syllabus u can’t answer single questions also my opinion.i don’t how they are cracking IAS exam.those who come first position.there should be a specific book for that ncert is only a touch up syllabus .

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