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    2. Coverage Of Syllabus From Basics To Advanced

    3. Expert Faculties

    3. 30+ Standard Books

    4. Updated Class Notes

    5. Weekly Pre-Test

    6. Weekly Mains Test

    7. Meticulously-Planned Subject Wise Teaching

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    12. Small Batch Size of Less Than 80 For Better Interaction

    13. Daily Doubt Session

    14. Strategy Session By Toppers And Retired Officers

    15. Interview Guidance By Toppers With 200+ Score

    16. Flowchart For Memorizing Properly

    17. Smart Notes & Mind Map Classes

    18. Developing Skills Of Linking Static With Current Affairs

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    What is UPSC Exam?

    3 Stages Of UPSC Civil Services Exam

    Stage 1: Prelims (1 Qualifying + 1 Merit Deciding Paper)

    2 Papers (Each 200 Marks/2 Hrs.)

    Score Needed

    1. General Studies - 100 Qs. (Each 2 Marks)

    A Student in this paper has to score maximum as it decides entry in 2nd stage

    2. CSAT-Aptitude-80 Qs. (each 2.5 marks)

    A Student in this paper has to score only 33% as it is only qualifying exam.

    Both Papers Are MCQ Type With 1/3rd Negative Marking

    Stage 2: Mains (2 Qualifying + 7 Merit Deciding Papers)

    Exam: Subjects


    Score Needed

    Paper A:

    Any 1 Language


    One must score only 25% as both papers are only qualifying

    Paper B:

    English Language





    One must try to score maximum in these 7 Papers as they are counted for Final Merit list. And in each paper, there must be minimum 10% marks

    GS 1:  

    History, Geography & Society


    GS 2:

    Constitution, Polity, & IR


    GS 3:

    Economic Development, Security, etc.


    GS 4:  

    Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude



    2 Papers of Same Subject


                                    Total    1750

    Optional and GS Papers Can Be Written In Different Languages. 




    Stage 3: Interview (275 Marks)

    • In Civil Services Interview, personality is tested on parameters like confidence, empathy, and balanced opinion, mature and independent thoughts.

    Final Selection (2025 Marks)

    • Final selection takes place on the basis of total marks (2025) of mains (1750) and interview (275). Marks of stage-1 (Prelims) are not counted for final selection.
    • Marks out of 2025 decides the final merit, rank, service and cadre of the candidate.




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