Comprehensive Offline Guidance Program:
JADON’S IAS/PSC has come up with a very well developed, refined and tuned “General Studies Program” for meeting the dynamic nature of the UPSC examination and its expectations. This program has been designed keeping in mind the needs of a beginner who has just embarked on the civil services journey.
Features of the program:
- Full coverage of the General studies prelims and mains syllabus, along with CSAT.
- Renowned faculties across India who have expertise in their respective fields.
- Weekly current affairs class with coverage of The Hindu, Economic times etc.
- Regular weekly tests will be conducted on every Saturday containing the covered portions of that particular week including prelims and mains.
- Personality enhancement through interviews for the qualified candidates.
General Studies paper covers a vast array of subjects. This you would realize during the preparation for prelims. Many candidates think that preparing for General Studies is different for prelims and mains, which is a wrong notion. The preparation should be done keeping both these stages in mind. The topics and sources for studying is the same for both the papers. Only the approach towards the exam changes slightly, i.e., in prelims there will be MCQs and in mains there are subjective (essay type) questions.
Candidates may be required to write essays on multiple topics. They will be expected to keep closely to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in orderly fashion, and to write concisely. Credit will be given to effective and exact expression
In Essay one can score 135+ and go up to 150 if she/he is careful enough. This will easily give a lead of 10 to 15 marks compared to other candidates.
How to Choose Optional Subject?
The selection of a proper and better optional subject for the Civil Service Exam is a difficult problem for the aspirants of Civil Service in the present competitive scenario. It could be decided only on the basis of proper information regarding the subject.
You can follow the methodology given below for selecting your optional subject :
Step 1: Go through the list of all 26 optional subjects. The list is mentioned in UPSC notification.
Step 2: Shortlist at least 3-4 optional subjects which you feel like opting.
Step 3: You can think about your degree subject as an optional subject or any other subject you find interesting.
Step 4: Read one good basic book of a shortlisted optional subject.
Step 5: Finalize your optional subject on the basis of what you like and what you understand.