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UPSC Preparation

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is a recruiting body of India established with the aim of recruiting candidates from all India on the basis of their merits and the rules of reservation. The UPSC conduct exam every year to recruit the capable candidates for All India Services. The candidates require proper guidance and strategy to crack the UPSC examination because of tough competition and one of the toughest exams in India.

Perfection IAS is the reputed UPSC coaching in Patna for IAS preparation examination. We provide best IAS preparation classes from UPSC interviewed faculty and have reach experience in teaching industry. At Perfection IAS , we start from the scratch and complete the course in stipulated time, with special answer writing practices sessions and personality build up sessions AND seminars. We provide Online & Offline test series for the students strictly in UPSC pattern. Because of quality teaching and classroom program, we emerged as best IAS coaching in Patna, Bihar in a very short span of time.

How to crack UPSC exams? Dealing with the toughest exam in India with ease

There are multiple sources that talk about the tips to prepare for the toughest examination in India, leading to the best opportunity to make a change in the way the country’s run. That being said, we make it a point here, at Perfection IAS, that if the students stick to the initial level of zeal throughout the preparation, and do everything by the book, there is no way they won’t be able to get through with flying colors.

Let’s go through simple to do list for all the IAS/ UPSC aspirants.

1) The Early Bird Catches the Worm: No matter where you start, either the first year of College or the second year in your job, if you have set your mind on to the target, you must start right away. Sure, that one more tea party sounds amazing, but you must remember that UPSC exams do not have a very high acceptance rate, and therefore, you must put in extra effort to make sure that you start earlier than the rest, and be disciplined for the course of the preparation, the head start will prove to be the golden ticket.

2) Respect the Clock and Time will tell the Victor’s Tale: What we want to say is that you should prioritize your preparation, and stick to a schedule. Most people start with an enormous number and then decline at an exponential rate on the enthusiasm curve. That is very natural, and happens to the best of us. That is precisely where a fixed schedule and a strict priority list come into play. Especially for those who juggle a job with the preparation, the schedule is a must. If you enrol into regular classes for the preparation, you are already half way through sticking to a schedule. The rest depends on the intensive self-study hours you put in.

3) Spare Time is a Luxury, Use it well: We do not encourage going crazy over the exams. We, however, do encourage a healthy indulgence, and that includes effective utilization of the spare time. As already mentioned, UPSC exams can be cracked through intense discipline. That involves a healthy amount of sleep, and exercise, to enable the brain to process and store the enormous information you take in on a daily basis. Also, we urge you to read newspapers and informative magazines in your spare time. This will help the brain to relax itself, as well as to stay in touch with the happenings in the country and all around the world.

4) Half the things they say aren’t true: In the course of the preparation, you will come across many people who will present new points about the UPSC exams, and why you should not/ or should take them. We request you to be thorough in your own research so that you know where the myth breaks. The most discouraging of them all is the number of people appearing and the number getting in. We do agree that the acceptance rate is not very high, but neither is the number of serious contenders. As any national level exam goes, the number of people actually preparing for the exam is far less than the number of people signing up for them. So, the choice is yours, are you a serious contender?

5) Optimize your preparation: This is where enrolling in a program will actually benefit you. The syllabus is vast, and you have a limited time to study everything. That is where the teaching programs will help. We at Perfection IAS make sure that the study material is short and effective, and the students get the best in a concise package. The notes are precise, and there is no extra reading involved, until extremely necessary (with the exception of newspapers and magazines). The working personnel can gain a competitive edge by going through accurate and concise learning material that can easily fit into small work breaks.

PT Syllabus – Paper 1

1 Current events of national and international importance
2 History of india and indian National movement.
3 Indian and world Geography - physical, social Economic, Geography of Indian and the world.
4 Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public policy Rights Issues etc.
5 Economic and Social development - - Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographic, Social Sector Initiatives etc.
6 General Issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change – that do not require subject specialization.
7 General Science.

Paper II (CSAT)

1 Comprehension
2 Interpersonal Skills including communication skills.
3 Logical Reasoning and analytical Ability.
4 Decision making and problem solving
5 General mental ability.
6 Basic Numeracy and Data interpretation (Class xth Level.)

UPSC Main

UPSC Main Syllabus

Paper II (GS-I) Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the world and Society
Paper III (GS-II) Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations.
Paper IV (GS-III) Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management.
Paper V (GS IV) Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude.
Paper VI Optional Subject Paper – I
Paper VII Optional Subject Paper – II