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IAS – A dream for all

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UPSC is something that everyone wants to do. Everyone wants to be an IAS officer but the point is nobody is ready to study hard. Students take the decision of becoming an IAS mostly in their childhood. But, they don’t know what they have to do to start their study.

Cracking IAS is not as tough as it sounds. People who study with a certain amount of consistency can crack it. There are many aspirants in our country who have cracked this exam in their first attempt. Some of them didn’t even go to any IAS coaching. UPSC syllabus is vast but let’s understand why it is vast and how you can understand it better. Let me help you here! Mainly, UPSC IAS syllabus contains all the subjects which you have studied since class 6th to your graduation. This is the reason that NCRET books are must if you are preparing for UPSC.

What it takes strategically

If you intend to appear for IAS exam then you must revise your school books thoroughly especially 6th to10th standard books. This will alone cover more than 25% of your syllabus. Don’t take it lightly or keep it for last. You should start your preparation from here only.

The second thing you should do is that you should focus hard on General studies because this exam tests your knowledge on many issues. You should have good command over history and current affairs as well. Before the preparation, try to study the complete syllabus once.

The other part is planning. Most of the students commit mistakes in planning. They start preparing without any planning. Planning is the key to success in IAS preparation. However, before planning, you should go through previous questions and syllabus thoroughly. By doing this you can understand what to focus and what not to focus, then go for planning. Give ample time to each and every subject and more time to the weaker section. To give you an understanding, if you study 5-6 hrs every day for 12 to 18 months with consistency then you have fair chances of clearing these reputed exams.

Study materials are another area where you should focus on. You should really use good and certified study materials. You should add Yojana magazine in your UPSC preparation. You would get an insight into social-economic issues from a government point of view. You’d also learn about various Government Schemes in this magazine which are part of your General Studies. This magazine is a very good resource to prepare for the UPSC exam. This magazine is issued by the ministry of information and broadcasting thus it’s a credible source.

You should have good time management for your preparation. It plays a very crucial role in planning your strategy. You should learn time management for your studies. You could also take help from a coaching centre. All the IAS coachings are now providing online classes as well.

What to focus on

If you feel that you are weaker in a particular segment or you need someone to teach you then you could take help from UPSC coaching in Delhi. There are top IAS coachings in Bangalore and all over India. Coaching centres work on values inculcation, character building and personality development beside academic teachings. They also provide good study materials and test practice. These UPSC coaching centres help students to groom in every aspect of UPSC preparation.

Some coaching has various online and satellite classes so if you want to study from top IAS coaching in Delhi or any other state then this is also a reality nowadays. ALS IAS is one coaching institute who has delivered more than 2300 results in UPSC preparation. They have more than 70 Satellite centres all across India. It’s not a recommendation but just the information.

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