About The Target Batch Of UPSC

Introduction

We at Prayag IAS Academy prepare the candidate for the Civil Service Exam(UPSC).The institute offers a wide spectrum of IAS and other educational and career guidance programmes. the curriculum is constantly updated keeping in pace with the current environment. 

Key Features Of Our Program

We Offered:

  • Complete G.S. Batch+ Essay

  • Daily Four Hours Class

  • Daily News Analysis & Current Affairs class

  • Weekly Answer Writing Sessions With Special Emphasis On Writing Skill

  • Regular Test (Pre Based+Mains Based)

  • Special Class for Essay writing

  • Free & Updated Study Materials

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  • Regular Motivation Session by Succeed Student

  • Experienced & Subject + Specially faculties For each Subject

  • State Of Art Instruction

  • Free Study Room facility

  • Doubt Clearing Session

We Provides

In order to achieve perfection and utmost proficiency, the institute has designed a unique model for teaching and learning.

About The Civil Services Exam UPSC

Introduction

Under Articles 315-323 of Part XIV Chapter II of the Indian Constitution, the UPSC is a constitutional body with the authority to carry out the responsibilities and obligations set forth in Article 320. To select applicants for various Group A and Group B Services of the Government of India on the basis of merit, the UPSC conducts various examinations in line with the Rules of Examination as announced by the Government of India in a just, fair, and impartial manner.

Phase 1: Prelims Examination Syllabus

Syllabus for Paper I (General Studies)

  • Current events of national and international importance

  • History of India and Indian National Movement

  • Indian and World Geography – Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World.

  • Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.

  • Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector initiatives, etc.

  • General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change – that do not require any subject specialization

  • General Science

Syllabus for Paper II (CSAT)

  • Comprehension

  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills;

  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability

  • Decision-making and problem solving

  • Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector initiatives, etc.

  • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X level)

Phase 2: Mains Examination Syllabus (1750 Marks)

QUALIFYING PAPERS ON INDIAN LANGUAGES AND ENGLISH

The purpose of the exam is to evaluate students’ comprehension of significant discursive prose and their ability to express themselves in both English and Hindi with clarity and accuracy.

The general format of the questions would be as follows:
  • Comprehension of given passages.

  • Precise Writing.

  • Usage and Vocabulary.

  • Short Essays.

Indian Languages :—
  • comprehension of given passages.

  • Precise Writing.

  • Usage and Vocabulary.

  • Short Essays.

  • Translation from English to the Indian Language and vice-versa.

ESSAY PAPER

Essays on a variety of subjects may be asked of the candidates. They will be expected to write concisely and to stick strictly to the essay’s topic. They will also be expected to organise their thoughts. Effective and precise expression will receive credit.

Phase-3: Interview/ Personality Test (275 marks)

Before the final results are announced, this is the last phase of the Civil Services Examination. For the purposes of merit ranking, it is recognised formally as the Interview/Personality Test and is a component of the Mains Examination. It is viewed as the third step from the perspective of preparation because the written and interview stages of preparation require different techniques and strategies. According to the IAS test pattern, the UPSC board will interview the candidates to determine whether they are qualified for a career in the civil service and the duties that go along with the position. The panel is made up of knowledgeable, objective observers who are familiar with the candidates’ professional histories (filled by the candidate in the Detailed Application Form).The panel is made up of knowledgeable, objective observers who are familiar with the candidates’ professional histories (filled by the candidate in the Detailed Application Form). By asking questions of public interest, the board would assess the candidates’ mental, emotional, and social characteristics. Mental acuity, critical powers of assimilation, attitude, clear and logical presentation, a balance of judgement, range and depth of interest, aptitude for social cohesion and leadership, teamwork, intellectual and moral integrity are some of the attributes the board looks for.

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