Why choose Philosophy as Optional for UPSC?

Why choose Philosophy as Optional for UPSC?

Preparation for the Civil Services Exam is, essentially, a race against time. Thus, the key to success is efficient time-management. As far as General Studies Papers are concerned, an aspirant has no choice but to prepare the syllabus extensively and comprehensively on a regular basis. However, one has the autonomy to opt for an Optional …

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What & How to Study for IAS Prelims in 1 Month?

What & How to Study for IAS Prelims in 1 Month

IAS Prelims: Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the long-awaited Civil Services examination which is conducted by Union Public Service Commission will be starting the selection procedure. Preliminary exam for IAS 2020 batch is scheduled on October 4, 2020. Every person understands that preparing for Civil Services is a difficult undertaking and needs a great deal of strategies and hard …

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What are the last leg of IAS Exams Preparations?

What are the last leg of IAS Exams Preparations

A student studying regularly for the subjects can do a lot better than the one that wakes up at the eleventh hour. There is a dedicated approach required to prepare for IAS exams. Almost every support material is available for the aspirants these days. The need is to adopt a focused approach and make the best use …

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Best Tips to Study for UPSC in a Systematic way

Best Tips to Study for UPSC in a Systematic way

UPSC Preparation: UPSC CSE or civil services exam is a three-stage exam. It is designed to enable testing of the candidates on the knowledge about India and the various developmental aspects that run the country. Second, the candidate has to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the subjects chosen as optional. Third, there is a personality test comprising …

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