After UPSC Civil Services 2017 final result have been declared, aspirants are left with a presumption on whether UPSC will continue emphasizing on current affairs or it may change the streak and ask questions about static questions based on current events, करंट अफेर्स भी ऐसे की concept बिना कोई भी नहीं दे सकता effective answer -तो अब whatever may be the inclination, only one skill survive and can save the stinking boat i.e., efficient and consolidated writing skills.
When I decided that I was going to prepare for UPSC Civil Services Exam, the next major decision was whether to join a coaching class or not. Back then, online content had just begun to come up. Hence, whether to join a coaching or to study online was not even a question. But online content has matured a lot in last 4 years. So a major question among aspirants starting their preparation now is whether they should join a classroom, or whether they can prepare effectively for civil services relying solely on online content.
Many students fall prey to the following thought process — “I do not mind spending money, but I want the best coaching. If XYZ is considered the best coaching, I will join it.” But is the best coaching really the best choice? Consider 3 scenarios.
1) Premier big coaching class with 10students-(Not in Mumbai,but surely in Delhi,Pune):
It is really hard to justify the cost of attending so-called premier coaching classes. They charge a student around 1+ lakhs for GS Coaching. Despite paying such high fees, a student is made to attend class in a batch of 300 to 400 students. Individual doubt discussion and personalised attention is almost impossible. The pace at which class progresses is determined by the slowest student of the class. Most importantly, the teaching patterns refuse to evolve with time.
♥ 700+ Answer writing throughout the year.
♥ Weekly current Affairs session with session on Answer writing.
♥ Pre Storming and Mains storming session will assure you required confidence, Timely completion of studies and enthuse you.
* A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 32 years on August 1 of the year of examination.
* For OBC the upper age limit is 35, and for SC and ST the limit is 37 years..
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IAS( Indian Administrative Service )
IPS ( Indian Police Service )
IFS( Indian Forest Service )
IRS ( Indian Revenue Service )
Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is the Civil Services Examination and one of the toughest competitive exams in India conducted by Union Public Service Commission for the recruitment of officers for the All India Administrative civil service.
Age Limit : Age of the applicant should land between 16.5 to 19 years.
• Bachelor's Degree from any of the recognised universities..
The Indian Police Service or IPS is one of the 3 All India Services of the Government of India. The IPS was formed in the year 1948. The cadre controlling authority for the IPS is the Ministry of Home Affairs ..
Physical Criteria :
For Men - 165cm | For Female - Women - 150cm .
• we are mentioning the eligibility requirements for NDA applicants and aspirants
Age Limits : candidate should be minimum 21 years and maximum 30 years
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Age Limit : ( between 21 to 30 years .)
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