UPSC prescribes syllabus of General Studies for Civil Services that a graduate should know. As we look at the syllabus of General Studies, we find that it requires special preparation. General Studies requires planned and systematic studies of around one year for a candidate to become well versed with the syllabus. Success of the aspirant depends on how he/she gradually refines syllabus & provides current affairs updates.
Our General Studies Batch is aimed at developing the required aptitude for General Studies. With completion of the course, a student will be in a position to say that he/she is fully aware of the syllabus and is able to answer the questions in Preliminary & Main examination.
General Studies has dominance in Preliminary & Main examination. Most of the syllabus in Preliminary is also part of Main syllabus. Our this batch is aimed at holistic coverage of the syllabus so that a candidate can have an insight about General Studies.
The whole syllabus is divided into papers & each paper is divided into topics. This course covers the whole syllabus in a gradual manner. Our teaching style will be such as to evolve a better understanding of the whole syllabus of General Studies.
Any topic of General Studies is not in isolation. But are somehow interlinked with one another. Our experts impart knowledge in such a manner that a candidate could have better interrelations of all the topics.
The current developments of today is a part of the syllabus of General Studies. For this, a candidate will gradually receive current affairs related materials like facts, analyses & articles. Also, for this purpose we will arrange special classes on Current Affairs.
In this course, we will impart knowledge through class-room teaching. Our meticulously designed tests, will provide continuos feedback about the candidate’s level of preparation. In competitive examination preparation continuous feedback is needed to excel in the examination.
Last, but not the least, we act as a facilitator to students’ preparation for Civil Services examination. As a facilitator, we will do all our sincere endeavour for the success of the students.
|World History (M)||15 Classes|
|Modern History (pre + Main)||20 Classes|
|Ancient & Medival History (Pre)||12 Classes|
|Art & Culture (Pre + Main)||8 Classes|
|Total Classes||55 Classes|
|World Geography (Pre + Main)||18 Classes|
|Indian Geography (Pre + Main)||18 Classes|
|Disaster Management (Main)||6 Classes|
|Ecology, Environment & Bio-diversity (Pre)||13 Classes|
|Total Classes||55 Classes|
|Indian Society & Related Issues (Main)||15 Classes|
|Constitution & Polity (Pre + Main)||30 Classes|
|Governance (Main)||15 Classes|
|International Relations (Main)||20 Classes|
|Total Classes||80 Classes|
|Basic Concepts||10 Classes|
|Syllabus (Pre + Main)||25 Classes|
|Science & Technology (Main)||20 Classes|
|General Science (Pre)||15 Classes|
|Social Justice (Main)||10 Classes|
|Internal Security (Main)||10 Classes|
|Total Classes||90 Classes|
|Social Interface||5 Classes|
|Philosophical thoughts||5 Classes|
|Psychological issues||10 Classes|
|Issues related with public service||10 Classes|
|Total Classes||30 Classes|
|For Preliminary||15 Classes|
|For Main||20 Classes|
Above Lectures plan is just tentative and the sequence of classes may vary. Above calculation is days Is on the basis of 2 hours classes. Number of Lectures & duration of classes may increase. Test Series will go on Continuously. Therefore course duration, that is 12 months, may slightly vary. Also, according to need student may have to attend two classes in a day. Usual classes schedule will be from Monday to Saturday.