How did Dilpreet, working full-time as a PCS, study 4hrs/day, and become an IPS in UPSC 2020?| FREE Masterclass on Time management and consistency for working professionals. (Register for recorded video + Free mentorship)

Solid time management and consistency are essential for a productive UPSC IAS preparation.

Special session with IPS, Dilpreet Singh, concluded| Register for the recorded video and get a personalised Timetable, and 1-1 mentorship session.

In our interaction with almost 12,000 working professional aspirants (those with a full-time job and preparing for UPSC CSE) over the past couple of months it was revealed that Time management and consistency were the major issue to their preparation.

This is something you aspirants can’t avoid and move on. This Sunday we conducted another power-packed FREE Masterclass session with an IPS officer.

Dilpreet Singh was a CivilsDaily’s mentorship and Samachar Manthan student. He was a Mechanical Engineer who cleared PCS twice and was a working professional at the time of his UPSC attempt which landed him an AIR 237 and IPS.

Why time management?

Time management with the help of a mentor makes your preparation effective.

Time management is a #UPSCskill that tops all other skills in this long journey. Moreover, the complexity and vastness of the syllabus, unpredictability and ever-changing pattern of the UPSC exam, and cut-throat competition necessitate you to invest your time wisely.

Over that, if you are a working professional, college student, or homemaker, and preparing for this exam, and if you don’t have a workable timetable, you won’t be able to stay consistent and your preparation will suffer.

There is no consistency and discipline without time-management. You need guidance for that.

Consistency is the key

Masterclass details

Dilpreet took up an interactive session (1-1 questions) from the aspirants on time management, timetable, and staying consistent. This session in particular is a must for UPSC aspirants who are working professionals and in general, for all aspirants with a serious time crunch.

Other than the points mentioned above we will be discussing the following issues as well.

  1. Management of Priorities – UPSC, family, life, and work.
  2. Reducing time on non-priorities and maintaining focus on daily and weekly targets.
  3. Planning ahead, making targets, staying consistent w.r.t targets and your UPSC preparation.
  4. How should the syllabus be approached to complete it 2 months before UPSC Prelims?
  5. Balancing prelims-mains on one hand and GS-current affairs on the other.
  6. How to determine the primary focus areas of the Prelims, Mains, and Personality tests?
  7. How to apply bookish as well as classroom knowledge to the exam?

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