We have read so many stories from Toppers about how to clear UPSC Exam and most of provide same shit of glorification and present themselves as victim and then provide some do's and dont's . Most of start following same strategy without understanding the ecology of topper under which he/she had studied. Here I am… Continue reading What went wrong in not clearing Prelims? Story from looser, not topper!
Recently, in Bangladesh, the Grand Alliance led by the Awami League (AL), headed by incumbent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina won Bangladesh’s 11th general election.This development has delighted her supporters.Experts point out that this election is also a milestone for the coming of age of a new generation which is aspirational and is tired of the… Continue reading The bilateral transformation- India- Bangladesh Relations
No one can stay motivated every single day. So you're question should be, “How can I achieve my goal by not distracting a single day?”. Well the answer is simple, but Following it, is very difficult. Don't try to stay Motivated. The more you want to stay motivated, the more you want to remove the… Continue reading How do I get motivated every single day?
Keep a varied schedule that doesn’t turn into monotony Your schedule should not be waking up, sitting with a book of the same subject whole day long and then sleeping.It should be disciplined (follow a timetable) but at the same time varied with different subjects mixed in, test practices, good youtube videos, and other such… Continue reading How to deal with the weariness arising from studying the same topics repetitively after giving 3-4 attempts?
Subjects “police” and “public order” are State subjects under the Constitution which means that the power to legislate on these issues lies with the State legislatures and not the Parliament. However, the subjects of criminal law (including “Indian Penal Code” and Prevention of Corruption Act), criminal procedure (including “Criminal Procedure Code”), evidence (including the Evidence Act) are in the Concurrent List in the Seventh Schedule… Continue reading Can state govt ban the entry of CBI in state?
Changing your strategy after reading every toppers strategy. This will harm your preparation a lot. Because a lot of opinions only make a mess. That’s why i always recommend to read as many strategies as you can in the beginning and make a Common minimum Program for yourself. Then have faith in your strategy and… Continue reading Mistakes that should be avoided to clear UPSC in your 1st attempt?
People follow toppers blindly during preparation of any exam. Reality is, everyone forgets about his/her struggle ones they clear an exam and if you ask them how they did it, the answer will always be a biased one, far away from reality. Why i am saying this is because recently I was told a story… Continue reading Do we need to follow Toppers talk always to make study plan?
This is a very relevant question. The nature of the Civil services examination is such that you are bombarded with this ocean of information, anecdotes, facts, data etc. and you are expected to remember all of them (In the mains, you just don’t need to remember it but reproduce the same!) Some ways to remember… Continue reading How do I remember so many things for the UPSC Civil Service Exam?
To understand the reluctance it is important to understand the source of that sum. For that we may need to have a peek into the balance sheet (B/S) of the Reserve Bank of India. Just as any other B/S, this one is also divided into assets and liabilities. Total size of the B/S as on… Continue reading RBI reluctant to give the government the 3.6L crore but why?
Dear aspirants, following are the links of various articles taken from various newspapers. Click the link to read further. To get notification, follow the blog. Thank you 1. Another outbreak: on Rajasthan Zika cases What is Zika? Zika is a flavivirus spread mainly by mosquitoes. It belongs to the same genus as dengue and chikungunya. It… Continue reading Today’s important articles/news in various newspapers (18th October)