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07 May

How can I Prepare for the UPSC CSE Prelims 2022 Exam?


  Prepare yourself It is very important to have a focused and clear mind while preparing for the UPSC CSE prelims exam. The first thing you need to do is to make a proper timetable which will help you in managing your time properly. Secondly, you need to be aware of the UPSC Syllabus as it will ... Read More...
May 07, 2022
IAS | UPSC



04 Feb

How will COVID-19 change the world?


Seminars, articles and books started appearing in abundance only last year to the effect of COVID-19 on global politics. Till that time, however many things were uncertain about this epidemic, then there should be a holiday to examine its effect on the global setting! World politics is a very complex structure and at the same time it has many dynamic components. Now is an opportune time to understand its structural and functional implications to an extent. Global order & global configuration approach   In the discipline of International Relations, the World System Approach and the World Order... Read More...
Feb 04, 2022
IAS | UPSC



13 Jan

How to Study World Geography with Maps for UPSC


Strategy to prepare Geography of the world subject for IAS Exam. If you are preparing for UPSC Civil Services Prelims exam then you would know that studying maps is an integral part of IAS preparation. Map related questions are asked in Preliminary Exam and it is also very important in the optional subject paper of Geography in UPSC Main Exam. In general you can expect 9 to 10 questions from the Maps section in the Preliminary exam. We know that in earlier exams earlier you were given blank maps and had to mark places etc on that map, but now you are not given maps, only the questions contain names of places and you have to place them in t... Read More...
Jan 13, 2022
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08 Jan

How to Prepare CSAT for UPSC Prelims


The Civil Service Aptitude Test also known as CSAT is a qualifying paper in the UPSC Civil Services Prelims exam. Aspirants need to achieve a minimum of 33% marks in this paper. It may appear to be a walk in the park, but if you are familiar with the UPSC CSE uncertainty, you know that getting the minimum marks will require thorough preparation. You need to have a well-thought-out strategy to master the CSAT paper. First of all, it should be noted that CSAT takes significantly less time compared to GS paper 1. You only need to get a minimum of 66 marks out of 200 to pass the paper. So, there is no need for you t... Read More...
Jan 08, 2022
IAS | UPSC



14 Oct

Important Articles of the Indian Constitution


India is the world's largest democratic country. Our Indian constitution was adopted on January 26, 1950, after nearly 200 years of colonial rule, countless freedom struggles, the Indian national movement, sectarian violence, and a historic legacy. The Constitution defines the duties and responsibilities of the three branches of government: the judiciary, legislative and executive. The Indian Constitution has several important articles that define a person's fundamental rights, political rules, procedures, and duties. Hence, this article will help us in learning about all of the important articles of the Indian Constitution.   Read More...
Oct 14, 2021
IAS | UPSC





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