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5 Most prevalent doubts among UPSC Aspirants ,Answered!

After clearing , I started guiding UPSC aspirants in order to give back to the circle i have come from. From this , the most asked question by aspirants are How to choose optional ? Am currently pursuing graduation , how to start my preparation? Is coaching necessary or not ? Which coaching institute is … Continue reading

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Compilation of mine and other IFS officers of 2018 batch ,UPSC – IFS & CSE Articles,Videos,Answers and Materials under one roof

Hello everyone, Its been so long, that i havent talked to you all via my blog. Currently am undergoing training in Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy,Dehradun. 16 months of training going to end in a month.We all will be going to our respective cadres by Mid May. I am going to Madhya-Pradesh cadre. In these … Continue reading

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Ethics Terms,Examples,Tips – UPSC

Ethics in UPSC is simple yet little technical exam which needs mix of common sense and strategy to put certain terms and real life examples to get high score. Scoring high in ethics is must to get top ranks in UPSC. This Ethics booklet prepared by me during my preparation in 2016 contains Terms,Definitions, Examples … Continue reading

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IFS Mains Strategy – Guest Article(2nd in the series) by Mr.Prasanth IFS (AIR 16,TN Rank 2)

Firstly congratulations for those who cleared Indian Forest Service prelims. I suggest you to Read Part 1 here, Before heading ahead.   Am I eligible? IFS requires a science background in graduation.   The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree with at least one of the subjects namely Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, … Continue reading

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Forestry optional – Detailed guideline and booklist – UPSC IFS.

Forestry is most favourite optional for IFS aspirants. All over India Forestry is chosen as one of the optional for IFS. The reason for it, relatively manageable and small syllabus very much scope for self-preparation less technical part – so one needs just a month of time to understand the whole syllabus. consistently scoring one … Continue reading

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