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The role of The Hindu in UPSC Civil Services Examination is undeniable. People often wonder what makes The Hindu so important for UPSC exams. The answer for this might be the rationality in the content. The Hindu, primarily focuses upon “sense” not “sensation” and here the emphasis is clearly on “news” or may be as […]
UPSC has released the notification for the annual Civil Services examination 2017. Here are the things you must look out for in the UPSC Civil Services notification 2017. Where do I find the notification? You need to visit the official website of UPSC at www.upsc.gov.in to find the notification regarding Civil Services Examination 2017. […]
If you are looking for the best free mock test for UPSC prelims 2017 ,look no further, we present you with 5 free mock tests on the core areas of Civil Services preparation. We all know that only practice will make a man perfect and procrastination leads to apathy. Civil Services exam is all about […]
Well, it’s that time of the year when everyone looks up to the Finance Minister of the country and has their eyes and heart fixated on the budget and economic survey 2016-17. The survey has been an important document for UPSC Civil Services examination. (It has grown in prominence especially in GS 2 and GS […]
Mock test series is the single most crucial aspect of your preparation and through this blog we explain what you need to keep in mind while opting for one. “A monumental management failure”, Well, this is a reference that entire India would have found familiarity with in the last couple of months. Dr. Manmohan Singh’s analysis […]
Hello friends, First of all we thank each and everyone of you for the overwhelming support we received for the analysis we did for General Studies Paper-1. Taking inspiration from the support you extended, here, we are providing an analysis of General Studies Paper -II of Civil Service Mains Examination 2016. General Studies Paper-II Mains […]
Once, if a candidate had made up his mind to prepare for Civil Services Exam, he/ she would most likely be in a quest to find out the must read best books for IAS preparation. Most aspirants end up by buying and collecting anything and everything that comes to the market. Yet one may not […]
“Winter is coming”;or rather winter has already come and gone for all those aspirants who attempted Mains this year. Now, its time for analysis of UPSC Mains GS Paper 1-the SELFLEARN way. Analysis of the question paper is often underrated, but it undoubtedly serves as guide to your preparation strategy for the future .As you […]
When it comes to UPSC IAS examination preparation one of the things that every aspirant searches is which are the books that one should read from. Most of the beginners are trapped by dogma – that civil services examination can only be cleared by reading thick books with hundreds of pages and huge content. Believe […]
In the previous blog, we discussed Law Optional UPSC Syllabus, pattern, books to refer and some tips for writing answers. In this Article, we will be discussing the importance of analyzing previous year questions asked in UPSC Law Optional Paper 1, so that we can break down the syllabus into “priority areas”and “less priority areas”. Further, […]