Cover 90 percent of these A-Z gaps and get a single-digit Rank in UPSC 2023/24: Attend a Free seminar/webinar

Register for recorded video: How you can cover 90 percent of these A-Z gaps you are getting Rank 1 in UPSC 2023/24 (Click here for more details)

Listen to the Toppers & Meet Sajal Sir (Mentor of *600+ successful UPSC candidates)

🎯If you’re a UPSC 2023 candidate, this seminar is going to be a game-changer.

UPSC 2024 is around 14 months away. But to put things in perspective, most of the toppers like Tina Dabi (AIR 1), Satyam Gandhi (AIR 10), Ria Dabi (AIR 15), and others who cleared the exam as fresh graduates in their very first attempt started 15-24 months in advance before the exam. (you are not too late for UPSC 2024!)

Understanding the criticality of time is of utmost importance. If you want to crack UPSC with a rank in the top 10, everything that you do must be under a plan, a strategy.

CivilsDaily IAS is conducting a Seminar for UPSC Exam 2024 (2023 as well) with UPSC Rankers

Table of content

  1. Topic, date, venue
  2. Who can register for this Seminar?
  3. CivilsDaily’s Preparatory package worth Rs 7000 for FREE + 10% Scholarship
  4. Important Points to be covered in Seminar
  5. About Rankers, and mentors
Previous Seminar at CivilsDaily

The topic for the Seminar:

How to clear UPSC Prelims 2023 on the very first attempt? And Get a winning strategy for UPSC 2024 by UPSC Rankers
(Detailed points and agenda below)

Date and Time:

18-19th March 2023 (Saturday-Sunday) at 1 pm


  • Offline – CivilsDaily IAS, Delhi center
    • (Address: 1 LGF, Apsara Arcade, Karol Bagh, near Metro station gate number 7, Delhi)
  • Online- Zoom link will be emailed to you.
AIR 109, Areeba at CivilsDaily

(10% scholarship (FEE waiver) across all courses of CivilsDaily to Seminar attendees)

FREE CivilsDaily’s Preparatory Package worth Rs 7000 + Personalized Mentorship session

Post-seminar CivilsDaily will share a special Preparatory Package both for Offline and Online attendees. Details here

You are also entitled to a personalized intensive mentorship session by a senior IAS mentor wherein you can avail of a personalized study plan, schedule, and doubt resolution session.

This is for you if you are:

  1. A UPSC beginner – confused about the syllabus, prioritizing subjects, making timetables & targets, or just getting started.
  2. A working professional or college student who will be attempting UPSC 2023 with a job. Facing a serious time crunch and mismanagement in UPSC preparation.
  3. A veteran or aspirant trying to improve your rank in UPSC 2023 attempt.

Strategic planning will help you fully uncover your options, set priorities for them, and define the methods to achieve them.

Sajal Singh sir with his student Mantri Mourya Bharadwaj, AIR 28, UPSC 2021

This is going to be an interactive 1-1 session with Senior mentors and UPSC Rankers. You will get ample time and opportunity to discuss with Rankers. These points will be discussed.

Important Points to be discussed in the Seminar

Day 1: 18th March 2023

Dinesh sir and Dimple ma’am will take sessions for UPSC Prelims.

They will discuss these:

  • Last 60 days strategy for UPSC Prelims 2023
  • Methodical PYQ analysis for effective Prelims preparation
  • Developing the skill of anticipating and predicting important topics/questions for Prelims (important for Prelims 2023)

Day 2: 19th March 2023

Sajal sir, the guiding light for CivilsDaily and mentor of hundreds of UPSC toppers along with UPSC rankers- AIR 109 Areeba and AIR 377 Prabhat will take sessions on the second day of the Seminar.

Topic 1- Filling critical gaps A to Z

🚨Do you know that after covering the syllabus, and completing all the test series most of the students come very close to clearing UPSC? Still, 99% of them do not make the final selection for a few marks because of some critical preparation gaps. All these gaps are very elusive so it is important to fill them as soon as possible.

Will identify all these gaps and tell us how to fill A to Z critical gaps in UPSC Prep

  • A-Awareness Gap
  • B-Behavioral gap
  • C- Confidence gap
  • D-Delivery Gap
  • E-Excessiveness/Exclusiveness Gap
  • F-Focus gap
  • G-Generic approach gap
  • H-Herd mentality gap
  • I-Introvert nature gap
  • J-Juggling multiple things
  • K-Knowledge gap
  • L- Learning Gap
  • M- Mentoring Gap
  • N- Narrative Gap
  • O-Objectivity gap
  • P-Practice gap
  • Q-Quantification gap
  • R-Revision gap
  • S-Smartwork gap
  • T-Testing gap
  • U- Understanding Gap
  • V-Vanity issue gap
  • W- Wrong attitude gap
  • X-X-Factor gap
  • Y-Yardstick approach gap
  • Z-Zealous approach gap

The focus will be on:

1. Five-phased strategy for UPSC 2024 and most effective approach for the next 14 months

2. Filling critical gaps in UPSC preparation.

3. Daily timetable for working and non-working professional aspirants.

4. Toppers’ strategy – 15 best practices followed by UPSC toppers

Other than this we will also have a discussion on:

1. How to cover the UPSC syllabus? The syllabus, and not the books, must be completed. Focussing on the essentials first. Eg. This year in Mains 2022 Modern History questions were missing, similarly, there were many firsts in Prelims 2022. How that affect your preparation and how you should prepare?

2. You just need to invest effectively 5 hours per day for UPSC success. How to effectively manage preparation time? Make a timetable and set targets.

3. Managing UPSC preparation with a serious time crunch; job – working professionals, college students, and family (especially for homemaker aspirants)

4. Building a strong foundation: NCERT, current affairs, and standard books. How and which one to focus more on? Best sources for GS and Current Affairs.

5. Breaking the inertia towards answer writing, and attempting mock tests. When and how to attempt tests and start mains answer writing?

6. Do’s and Dont’s; and breaking the myths around UPSC. Eg. Aspirants from rural or non-engineering backgrounds are at a disadvantage.

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7. How to take notes and organize information/content for UPSC prelims and Mains answers? Making notes of case studies, schemes, examples, etc.
Basically the skill of taking notes. What topics necessitate notes and which do not?

8. UPSC Hacks and tricks like Tikdams that worked for UPSC rankers. A PDF will be shared with you all.

9. Revision techniques that are common, standard, and used frequently. What exactly are they?

10. How to take full advantage of the FREE CivilsDaily’s Preparatory Package and personalized mentorship session (FREE) that will follow?

Anay, AIR 32 who was his mentorship student.

About UPSC Toppers

This is going to be an interactive 1-1 session with Senior mentors and UPSC Rankers. You will get ample time and opportunity to discuss with Rankers.

What you’ll get as a part of the Special Preparatory Package?

As a part of this:

  1. FREE Mentorship session with Senior IAS Mentor on strategy and approach for UPSC 2024. (You can schedule by clicking here as well)
  2. Samachar Manthan’s current week’s module and Mains Questions
  3. Prelims Weekly MCQ PDF
  4. Mains 250+ Value notes
  5. Current month’s Monthly Magazine

Karishma Nair, AIR 14
Pranav, AIR 65
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This is going to be an interactive 1-1 session with Senior mentors and UPSC Rankers. You will get ample time and opportunity to discuss with Rankers.

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