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Sanjeevani Prelims Crash Course

WYBI stands for Win Your Brain IQ.

  • The strategy, Aptitude and IQ of every student is different. Each topper has a different method of clearing UPSC Examination 2021.
  • Hence considering this aspect we have curated a special AI tool called WYBI (Win Your Brain IQ) which will help every student assess their level of preparation through different aspects.
  • WYBI is an Artificial Intelligence tool of Aspire IAS which will assess your level of preparation through multiple assessments over a period of time based on your performance in different courses and tests.
  • Ankit Sir will also personally mentor you and his assessments would also be fed in WYBI so that you are not just prepared for Prelims 2024 but for complete UPSC CSE Examination 2024.

Prelims Test Series(RAW Live MCQ)

What is RAW?

  • Revise Analyse and Write is the upgraded version of Live MCQ test series.
  • The name Live MCQs originates from the unique pattern of Aspire IAS where Ankit Sir (Director of Aspire IAS) will make the questions himself according to the dynamicity of UPSC CSE Prelims 2015 to 2020.

What is new in RAW Prelims Live MCQ 2023?

  • This time in LIVE MCQ sessions, you shall get a printed Question paper dictated and made directly by Ankit Sir (450+ results, 15 years’ experience).
  • First you shall solve the Question paper within the 2-hour format as in the UPSC Prelims Examination 2023.
  • Then Ankit Sir will discuss all the 100 questions, which in fact are 100 different topics that UPSC IAS Examination asks in exam.

News Paper Analysis Programe

“Newspaper is the Spinal Cord of UPSC Preparation. If you have not read Newspaper then there are high chances of failing this Examination.”

AspireIAS has been the inventor of Newspaper Analysis Batch and this batch has produced 450+ results over a decade. Every year we innovate the structure of our batches and this year we have decided to upgrade the Newspaper Analysis Batch into 1 Hour 2 Newspaper Batch.

Why a UPSC Aspirant should read Newspaper?

  • Analysis of Newspapers like The Indian Express & The Hindu keeps you updated with all the Government schemes and policies that is required of you to know as an IAS Officer or a Bureaucrat.
  • You must be updated with Newspaper Analysis, Current Events around you with the sensitivity and sensibility which helps you deal with real life situations as an IAS Officer or a Bureaucrat.

Mapping & Geography Module

Mapping is one of the most important and core topics of UPSC IAS Examination. It’s weightage is around 14-16 Marks in Prelims (including Environment Mapping) and it is an integral part in Mains preparations because whenever you write UPSC Mains Answers, substantiating it with the Maps and places in News will fetch you more marks than your competitors and even 1 mark is important in UPSC IAS Mains Examination.

Aspire IAS - Best IAS Coaching in Delhi is an expert in Mapping because we teach you the targeted topics according to the demand of UPSC IAS Prelims and UPSC IAS Mains Examination Ankit Sir, the director of Aspire IAS is an expert in Geography and if you see previous years papers, Questions that came in 2021 and 2022 UPSC Prelims Examination were directly taught, referred to and practiced in Live MCQs in classes multiple times. Following are the examples:

Environment Module 2024

Why Environment is one of the most important subject for UPSC Prelims 2024?

If you see 2018, 2019 and 2020 UPSC Prelims Examination question paper, you will find that UPSC is now asking around 20-30 Questions from Environment section. Whatever notes and content is available in the market is static and the nature of questions is very dynamic. One cannot find the source anywhere, hence it is highly important that we work on the basics and crystal-clear conceptual clarity in order to clear UPSC Civil Services Prelims Examination.

The students who are writing UPSC Mains Examination are also the aspirants who want to study for Indian Forest Services (IFoS) and given the current state of Environment, it is important that we are sensitive towards our mother nature.

All such questions require conceptual clarity to answer and application of whatever you have read in the past 1 year.

Economics (Basic to Advance)

Economy is the most important subject of UPSC Prelims, Mains and Interview section because it has the weightage of around 30 marks in Prelims, 100-120 Marks in Mains and a good part of Personality Test. Considering the questions UPSC asks in Prelims, they have moved from being static and traditional topics to Current oriented terminologies, Banking, Fiscal Policy, RBI etc. and only an Expert can guide you well.

Our Director, Mr. Ankit Kumar has a Post Graduate degree in Economics and has a hold over 800+ topics which he corelates with the current affairs. This is exactly what is needed to score highest marks in UPSC Mains Examination 2021.

We do not just teach Theoretical Economics, we give Live examples, Application of Knowledge, Applied Economics by using friendly pedagogical methods which would ensure long term retention within the class.

Polity Crash Course

Polity is the most scoring subject of UPSC Prelims Examination 2021. In 2020 UPSC Prelims, 12 questions come from Indian Polity. These questions were Easy to Moderate and these questions will keep you in the race.

Polity is an important topic at all the three stages of exam, be it Prelims, Mains or Interview. The significance of the subject is carried forward, even when you get into the service. It forms an important part of administration.

The real test of Polity is in the UPSC Mains Examination as in Paper II many people get less marks.

Why do people score less in Paper II in UPSC Mains Examination?

  • Lack of command over Polity and Articles of the Constitution.
  • No correlation with other Topics.
  • No relevant and contemporary examples.

History Crash Course

History is an easy subject if learnt strategically for UPSC Prelims Examination 2021. In 2020 UPSC Prelims, 12 questions come from Indian History. These questions were Easy to Moderate and these questions will keep you in the race.

The real test of History is in the UPSC Mains Examination as in Paper I many people get less marks.

Why do people score less in Paper I in UPSC Mains Examination ?

  • Lack of command over History due to stereotyping of History being equal to numbers and years more than The Noble Principles and Personalities that guided us to Independence.
  • Lack of Good guidance who would create this curiosity of studying History.
  • No correlation with other Topics.

CSAT Module for 2024

Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) is Paper II of UPSC Prelims 2021. In this exam 80 Questions of 2.5 marks each are given in the UPSC Prelims Examination 2021 with the negative marking of 1/3rd of the marks given for the Question.

Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) ostensibly easy, as one just needs 67 marks (33%) out of 200 to qualify it. But the recent trends of 2019 and 2020 of UPSC Prelims Exam have found CSAT Exam to be a tough nut to crack.

How will the class proceed ?

  • We will start with the Priority wise Topics first.
  • Reading Comprehension takes time to improve accuracy and efficiency.
  • Then we will proceed with Priority Topics of Quantitative Aptitude – Number systems, Quadratic Equations, Permutations & Combinations, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion etc. which are important according to UPSC Previous Years Question Papers .

C2U(Connect to UPSC) NCERT Foundation Batch

Why one should read NCERTs?

  • NCERTs is the basis of our Education system. It introduces us to the ideals of India, the system we work in and what everyone should read before entering into the administration as a responsible person. Hence, reading of NCERTs is a must.
  • But if we talk about UPSC Prelims and Mains Examination, since 2016 the weightage given to NCERTs and the direct questions coming through it in UPSC Prelims Examination is reducing.
  • But it is important to read NCERTs for upcoming UPSC Mains Examination, because the language that is used in NCERT is very simple and easy to understand. Such language is also expected to be written in UPSC Mains Examination 2024 to fetch 450+ marks.
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