As one begins to prepare to take the UPSC CSE the main problem is to determine where one should get proper guidance for IAS Coaching in Delhi. The same problem was my face too.
It was a blessing to be able to learn from the top academy in this field. It’s EDEN _IAS _academy. Teachers here will assist you, and their main attention is not on learning to complete the syllabus, but rather on the development of your personality and character.
Respected and revered TIRTHANKAR ROY sir director as well as the founder and mentor of the academy also imparts one lesson to his students “UPSC IS NOT AN EXAMPLE OF PERSON BUT EXAM OF PERSONALITY”.
There is a requirement of developing the personality. It is a requirement and a need of UPSC.
There is no shortcut to success – genuine toppers never say that they took short cut to success, you can try some smart work in place of shortcuts. Also, it is important to correlate the syllabus with current affairs. UPSC is looking for a person with good analytical skill not for someone who can just mug up the syllabus and paste on the answer sheets. All what you answer in your copy should reflect your problem understanding and problem solving.
There is never going to be an end to the suggestion lists for UPSC Preparation but just one thing – Be yourself and keep, the serving attitude. You are going to serve the nation and it takes a lot of dedication.
A few of them are breakfast studies in which sir was able to boost the personality of his students and keep them motivated EDEN IAS. Economic survey and Nitti Aayog class that no teacher is bothered to address with answer writing, in which he did not just teach the art of writing an answer, but also was also taught how to answering writing. 7 stories about economics in which we were taught the complete essentials of the method by the way that economics must be understood. He showed how to create synopsis, and then don’t art (notes as art).
After graduation I travelled to Delhi to coach. I arrived in Delhi in September, while coaching typically begins in June.
Therefore, I was sad that either I’ll be behind or we will receive an unprofessional coaching institution.
It was at that time that I met one of my seniors who asked me if I had gone through the basics of NCERT. I replied affirmative.
He also said that I can study with no coaching provided that I adhere to the following the following
- I am able to be punctual.
- Make sure you have a proper timetable for the year.
- Be committed.
- Test your knowledge in this and elsewhere to see how you compare with other.
The Following advantages:
- Save money (nobody wants to spend their father’s money in a way that isn’t necessary)
- Do not waste time learning the basics since coaching starts from zero.
- Allows you to be independent in your timing, syllabus selection, and additional.
- You may be different as coaches tend to be in the same direction.
It struck me hard. Although no one around me had ever done self-study, I took the chance.
I was sure I could stay on time and focused for the entire year. I’m able to stick to my schedule regardless of the situation.
I’m also planning to join a series (though in the future I did not join any. Internet websites and some examples of papers from my friends were helpful to me).
I enrolled in optional coaching that kept me busy but did not allow me to think about my general studies. When I completed optional(history) coach after 3 months, I was at my best.
I have the ability to channel my enthusiasm to study for longer durations. I’ve got a mental model of how I study. Also, I have the help of acquaintances and the internet (very crucial) to get me through 3 Years IAS foundation Course
If you are on time and focused then you don’t require any coaching. However, the amount of work that you’ll have to complete initially will be slightly higher than other people. But don’t fret you’ll be rewarded at the final.