You may choose any of the online websites for preparation, like Insight or IASBaba or a mixture of all, as advised by us for understanding of topics and subjects and material. But as we all know, rarely must be a aspirant who has not read M Lakshmikant or NCERT, still then why hardly a few get good marks?
Here lies the difference in personally monitoring and mentoring the aspirant.
Every student will be given weekly plan, will be evaluated weekly or fortnightly and regular feedback on all or either of mails/ Whatsapp/Telegram/Skype/ Facebook. My platform-Sankalp IAS Forum, a well-known institute in Mumbai/Pune would take care of all queries regarding resources to be read, followed along with high and low of study time.
" Know yourself, Know the System and Know the society " are important for a successful career- our mentoring would involve in helping to revisit yourself with locus and focus being around this mantra.
You may take any prelims test of any test series and we will also monitor you there.Alternatively, we will also give u tests.
You may take any other Mains tests instead of ours and we would help you there too in giving you personal feedbacks and improvement plans.
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We will help and make and also monitor your studies and as a mentor-friend will never allow you to slip back in depression or frustration that may come inspite of loads of material and friends online. Talk to us always and score well.
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Sankalp IAS Forum - UPSC
There will be free Current Affairs test with answer checking and feedback for UPSC, based on links of topics given below, Test will be on 2nd September,2018.
Paper can be written in English or Marathi or Hindi.
Registrtaion is a must for all. Mumbai-9930075297, Pune-7276021673
These topcis are also most probable for 2018/2019 exams, This year and next year aspirants must use this oppoutunity.
GS-3- Disaster Mgt- Keeping dry: On Kerala floods https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/keeping-dry/article24682261.ece
GS-3 s &t Huff and e-puff: On e-cigarette ban https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/huff-and-e-puff/article24682298.ece
GS-2 Governance- Making ‘lateral entry’ work https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/making-lateral-entry-work/article24682590.ece & Also
Reforming the civil services https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/reforming-the-civil-services/article24636381.ece
GS-2 Judicary issues ''The case for increasing the retirement age of judges'' https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/the-case-for-increasing-the-retirement-age-of-judges/article24555693.ece
GS-1 Socail Issues, Essay, GS-3 Economcis "Questioning star power''' https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/questioning-star-power/article24505078.ece
GS-1 Geography ""India needs smart urbanisation"" https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/india-needs-smart-urbanisation/article24506037.ece and also
GS-1, Optopnal-Sociology & Political Science, "How Tamil Nadu changed after 1967" https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/how-tamil-nadu-changed-after-1967/article24489089.ece
GS-1, 3, 4 "Should WhatsApp be held accountable for lynchings?" https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/should-whatsapp-be-held-accountable-for-lynchings/article24463841.ece?
GS-1 Social issues https://www.livemint.com/Opinion/Ia6eOYEpO9ShCurui3jPHN/Opinion-How-India-should-close-the-financial-gender-gap.html
GS-3 Economics- Infrastructure https://www.livemint.com/Industry/v1RZuvkRDkVYPPL17VNyJK/CAG-raps-railways-for-inability-to-handle-traffic-load.html
GS-3 Economics https://www.livemint.com/Opinion/rKo2udxC3CNnFRf38diOJI/Opinion-Time-for-economic-policy-vigilance.html
Keeping dry: On Kerala floods
Kerala’s floods show the need for governments to strengthen resilience planning