A complete solution for Prelims, Mains and Interview
GS (Pre cum Mains) CSAT + Essay
An in-depth course formulated to build the foundation by the experts from the best IAS coaching academy in Jharkhand for providing the conceptual clarity along with practical applications of the subjects. The Course designed by the most reputed coaching institute in Jharkhand is designed to give an early start to IAS aspirants willing to prepare after 12th standard.
The GS integrated Prelims & Mains and CSAT syllabus is specially designed for UPSC preparation students going to undergraduate college after 12th. The students who clear the UPSC exam in the first attempt itself should have depth knowledge, conceptual study and analytical skills, excellent answer writing skills of GS. For this, there should be better preparation for GS. So for GS preparation nothing can be better than starting with NCERT based syllabus. Analytical study of NCERT based syllabus will not only way a strong foundation for UPSC but will also help in many other GS based exams.
NCERT is a good resource to build the base of GS. It not only provides in depth knowledge in easy language but also helps in building basic concept.
Therefore, preparation for NCERT based GS will be completed in the first year. For this, Chanakya IAS Academy has specially prepared NCERT based GS Books known as Gist of NCERT and notes. Therefore in the first year, students are provided with GS notes and Gist of NCERT books during their preparation with coaching classes.
After completely preparing for GS integrated Prelims & Mains from NCERT based syllabus in the first year, Chanakya IAS Academy will start GS integrated Prelims & Mains Standard Class with Notes, Many standard Text-books and other important resources i.e. Yojana, Kurukshetra and Hindu News Paper. In this session the students will be able to conceptually and analytically prepare for UPSC Civil Services Exam. In this second phase, in preparation for GS standard, the static part of GS Pre & GS Mains as well as the dynamic part is prepared. For this, various topics of GS are prepared by integrating weekly Current Affairs with various subjects of General Studies. Along with this, revision of General Studies is also done in this second phase of foundation course.
Under 3 years Foundation Course, 4 Hours classes are conducted on daily basis (Monday to Friday) in the first year.
Comprehensive preparation for GS Pre-cum-Mains is done by India’s Top Teaching Faculty and Best Mentors. Subject sequence wise and systematic study is done everyday.
After the class everyday, after every 2 hours lecture, specially one-to-one doubt clearing session provided to every student. In doubt clearing session, student can discuss with faculties without any hesitation on any problem specially related to his studies.
Weekly Topic Wise two hour test is conducted every Sunday for General Studies Foundation Batch. Weekend test is conducted with completely explanation. The weekly General Studies revision is done through the test.
After the revision of NCERT based GS and the complete preparation of GS standard and optional subject, in this IIIrd and Final phase, the students are made to prepare in depth the dynamic part of GS, Current Affairs according to the UPSC Exam. In preparation for current affairs, Chanakya IAS Academy provided 10 to 15 Pages General studies current affairs assignment per day. Simultaneously, 4 hours Current Affairs analytical classes are conducted for dynamic preparation on Every Saturday Specially, analysis of GS Mains is done by Publication Division Magazines of Government of India i.e. Yojana and Kurukshetra.
In the IIIrd phase, All India test series is done for General Studies Mains and General Studies Prelims and optional subject mains. The test series of General Studies Mains is conducted according to the complete UPSC Pattern. In which revision of complete syllabus is done by Test Series. The model answer of the Test Series is prepared by the top rank selected IAS. With this student completed his study of GS Prelims and GS Mains and optional subjects and Current Affairs before the UPSC Civil Services Examination.
There is a meeting of experience Senior Mentors and Board of Directors to make students choose Optional subjects. In this meeting, keeping in mind the academic degree of the student and the interest in the subject and the scoring subject, the optional subject is selected according to the Civil Services Exam.
Every week special classes of Current Affairs are organized in the second phase. Analysis of Government Magazine i.e. Yojana, Kurukshetra and News Papers Indian Express, The Hindu, are done in Current Affairs Conceptual and analytical classes on current affairs are conducted according to the dynamic part of GS.
In the second year, topic wise test is conducted as per GS Standard. The discussion of the weekly test is done by the faculties. In the weekly test, the static part of GS as well as the dynamic part related to Current Affairs are revised. Weekly topic wise 2 hours test is conducted on every Saturday. Weekend test is done with complete explanation. The weekly General Studies revision is done through the test.
It depends upon the profile of the student, if a student is Graduate or in final year of Graduation then one year is sufficient to prepare for the IAS examination but this requires complete sincerity along with a strategy to accommodate all the relevant topics in your schedule. To clear the Civil Services Examination one should have clarity about the syllabus, familiarity with the pattern, timely optional preparation, and most importantly revision. Accommodating all this in one’s schedule requires persistent efforts but if a student has just completed his/her 12th or is 1st or 2nd year of Graduation then it will be better to go for 2Year or 3Year courses. We are here to guide you about all these.
UPSC has given a choice of attempting the examination in both English as well as Hindi medium, so there cannot be any bias based upon this. There are so many success stories of candidates with Hindi Medium scoring top ranks. It’s the content, analysis, logical conclusions in the candidate’s answers that make a difference, not the medium.A Hindi medium candidate has equal chances of success as his/ her English counterpart.
Since the Civil Services Examination has an extensive syllabus and requires rigorous practice, an early start will certainly be an advantage! In a 2/3 years’ course which runs parallel to graduation, a candidate can build a solid conceptual foundation of all GS concepts along with the special focus on NCERTs in the first year.
Individual mentorship with evaluation sessions are instrumental in chalking out a complete preparation strategy under expert supervision. The second-year predominantly focuses on Essay Writing and theme-based approach to the GS subjects.
The third-year consolidates upon all the covered dimensions and is packed with extensive Mock Tests, evaluations, Optional subject preparation, and the Pre-Special Course.
Yes, we have separate classes for English and Hindi Medium.
Yes, we do have a well-equipped and air-conditioned library for our enrolled students.
Yes, we do have our mentors working with the students who as of now are preparing by themselves. You may call up at our enquiry numbers and book an appointment.
Yes, we run preparation courses for multiple optional subjects in both English and Hindi medium separately. This year we are starting Online Optional subjects (interactive classes) which include Political Science & IR, Public Administration, Sociology, History, and Geography.
Yes, every day after the completion of Live online classes we provide the recording of the classes and class notes in PDF format, student can access the recording as per their convenience
Off course, you will have the support of academic staff who will guide you to clear your doubts even after the classes.
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