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Indian Economy GS III (Begins on 19th Aug)


Sociology Regular Classroom Programme (Starting on 5th June 19)


 Sociology Crash Course cum test series 2019 (Starting on 8th June 19)


General Studies Test Series 2019 (15th June)

 


General Studies Regular Class  (Mains cum pre '2020)


NICE Achievers Sociology CSE 2017, 2016, 2015  & 2014


Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude (GS IV) Mains 2019 (Begins on 10th June 2019)

 


GS Paper II – Polity, Governance, Social Justice, and IR Starting on 11th June

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General Studies Regular Class  (Mains cum pre '2020)

 Starts on 10th June

Duration: 10Months (Six days a week)

Timings:          Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 6.30 PM to 9 PM

                          Tuesday, Thursday & Satarday: 11.30 AM to 2 PM

Fee: Rs75000/- (Inclusive of GST)(Available only offline/classroom)

Total No. of Seats: 80

Programme Componets: Detail coverage of syllabus+ 12 Mains Tests+ 12 Pre Tests

GS Classes to begin with

Ethics Integrity and Aptitude: Begins on 10th June 2019

         

    Class timings: 6.30 PM to 9 PM (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

    Duration: 10th June to 3rd August (30 classes each of two and half Hours)

    

   Programme Details:                     

  • Lucid Classroom Discussions
  • Comprehensive Notes
  • Assignments and Personalized feedbacks
  • Live Answer writing sessions
  • Right blend of Theory and Case Studies
  • Previous Years’ Paper Discussions
  • Mentor: is an IIT Kanpur Alumni, who scored one of the highest marks in GS IV in civil services exam has teaching experience of 3 years 

 

 

GS Paper II – Polity, Governance, Social Justice, and IR


GS Paper II has been the most challenging paper for students, evident from low marks obtained in this paper by students in Mains exam. It requires sound knowledge of fundamental concepts, together with analytical multi-dimensional approach to answer writing. Keeping this in view, we have designed a simplified course structure for this paper, which will cater to the most basic concept to the advanced level.

 

Highlights of The Course

·         Detailed coverage of entire syllabus.

·         Meticulously designed study material for additional reading.

·         Test Series comprising  3 Mains Test  + 6 Prelims Test

·         Answer writing practice in Class itself.

·         Teaching Methodology

  • Integrated approach to study with focus on prelims as well as mains.
  • Idea is to develop thorough understanding of the subject matter, not rote reading.
  • Exam-oriented approach with reference to previous years asked question in class.
  • Mentoring art of approaching questions and then writing answer systematically.

 

Date of Commencement: 11th June 2019

Class Timings and Days: 11.30 PM TO 2.00 PM (3 days a week; Tuesday, Thursday & Satarday)

Total No. of Lectures: 40 (Approx)

Sl. No.

Topics

No. of lectures (Each of two hrs)         approx.

1.        

Indian Constitution: Historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure.

8

2.        

Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other countries

1

3.        

Parliament and State Legislatures- structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these.

2

4.        

Union and State Executive and Administration, Ministry and Departments,

3

5.        

Federal Relations- Executive, Legislative, Judiciary

2

6.        

Democratic Decentralization- Rural and Urban Local Bodies

2

7.        

Judiciary and Related Issues

2

8.        

Governance- Government Policies and Interventions For Development In Various Sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation;The role of NGOs, SHGs, various groups and associations in Development; Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability (e-governance, RTI, citizens charters etc); and Role of civil services in a democracy.

5

9.        

Miscellaneous- Elections and Representation of People’s Act; Dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions; and Constitutional/Statutory/Regulatory/Quasi-Judicial Bodies

4

10.    

Social Justice: Welfare schemes, Mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections; Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources.

6

11.    

International Affairs and Bilateral Relations

6

 

Total

40

 

Economic Development: GS III

 Course begins on 19th August’19

 Coverage: Mains & Prelims

 Tests: 1 Mains+ 3 Prelims(To be conducted after Jan 2020)

 Total class duration: 45 hrs (Approx)

 Number of Class: 18 (Approx) (19th Aug to 31st Sept)

 Duration of each class: 2.5 Hrs

 Timings: 6.30 PM to 9PM (Monday, Wednesday & Saturday)

Mentor: is an IIT Kanpur alumni having 3 years experience in teaching economy

Brief Introduction of Course:

Economy remains integral part of UPSC Prelims and Mains examination. Further, one cannot fully understand Newspaper, if he/she is weak in Economics. Today, Economy not only shape domestic policy sphere, but also it shapes international relations and governance of International bodies.

You will love Economy if you understand it. Our approach to teaching Economics is to break down complex concept in simple understandable common sense logic. This approach makes learning intuitive, and eliminates any need to mug up things.

In this course we will cover:

  1. Economic concepts, Sectors of Economy, Socio Economic Planning, Growth vs. Development, Development Indicators, Inflation, Monetary Policy, Fiscal policy, Balance of Payment
  2. International Organization - World Bank, IMF, WTO
  3. Important events in Indian Economy – Land Reform, Community Development Programme, Green Revolution,LPG (Economic reform) etc.
  4. Indian Agriculture – cropping pattern, irrigation systems, agricultural markets, issues and solution to various problems faced by Indian agriculture.
  5. PDS, MSP and Subsidies
  6. Food Processing
  7. Infrastructure - Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc.
  8. Issues: Inclusive growth, Poverty, Over urbanization and slum, Migration etc.
  9.  Recent Developments – Current Affairs
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