This batch is exclusively designed for comprehensive coverage of both preliminary and main syllabus. The subjects will be taught by experienced faculties having vast experience in the domain of civil services. The faculty members are very dedicated and regular doubt clearing sessions will be planned to improve the weaker areas. This batch is embedded with current approach including regular newspaper analysis. The subject content will be taught from basics in order to improve the foundation of the subjects. Intensive writing skill sessions will be conducted to develop presentation techniques. Systematic approach will be followed to cover both international and domestic issues efficiently.
The course curriculum is well planned and innovative teaching pedagogy will be followed to obtain target oriented results. Updated and revised study material will be provided along with the short notes dictated by every subject expert. Audio visuals, power point presentation and other interactive modes of learning platforms will be used to make teaching more interesting and for better understanding.
UPSC Prelims syllabus is vast, and your every single moment of preparation is precious. The phase when you required obtaining the basic knowledge of the topics covered in prelims through NCERT and other books is over now! Time to upgrade your preparation.Preliminary exam is just few months away, and therefore, a good study plan along with experts’ guidance and right strategy is needed to effectively cover the whole Quant syllabus.
With our Program for Prelims 2018, we aim to guide and equip the students with requisite knowledge and skills to help them successfully cover this first phase, Preliminary Examination. In a span of 3-4 months of intensive classroom teaching, the Course will cover entire syllabus of GS and CSAT. Apart from our extensive study material, our experts design special notes for students on the basis of a research of current updates of UPSC and rigorous analysis of the last 10 years of question papers.
Course Duration: 9 to 10 months
Teaching hours: 900 hours Timings: 5-6 days a week (3 to 4 hours per day)