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    Suggest some good sites to study for UPSC exam

    Hello members would like to know if there are some good websites which offer free course material for the civil service exam. Do mention the link to these educational sites. The sites must also contain downloadable content for the purpose of further study.
  • #714707
    Ryyu,
    You can go through the list mentioned in the link, https://www.indiastudychannel.com/forum/173507-suggest-some-good-sites-to-study-for-upsc-exam.

    Go to all the websites and choose two or three best websites that you like.

    As a former aspirant, my suggestion to you is to prepare from a Mains perspective, then you will automatically clear the Prelims exam. Choose the optional subject after thorough consideration so that you don't need to change the optional subject later.

    Go to insightsonindia.com, where they will explain about how to write answers. After your preparations are over, you can join online Test Series, provided by some of the institutes like ForumIAS or VisionIAS. They will analyse your content and the writing style and suggest some improvement.

  • #714736
    1. www.byjus.com/free-ias-prep. This site is very popular these days and they are supposed to be leaders in giving online coaching. More topics will be covered on this site. Many people feel that this is the best site as on date for UPSC examinations, especially for current affairs.
    2. www.mea.gov.in and www.mha.nic.in. These two are government official websites.
    3. .www.rbi.org.in. This website is the official website of the Reserve Bank of India.
    There are many on their official websites of various ministries which will be good for various updates and reports which will be good for the preparation for IAS. The following are also good. But you can select the best sites based on the subject you select.
    1.clearias.com
    2, cleariasexam.com
    3. insightsonindia.com

    drrao
    always confident

  • #714803
    There are many sites nowadays for preparing for competitive exams of UPSC. One can go and refer the material there. One thing which I would suggest is go through the old question papers wherever they are available and find out the trend of the questions. This will help in preparing for the exam in a right perspective. Sometime we read some material but the question is asked in such a way that we are not able to attempt it.
    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #714812
    E-learning is the biggest information revolution in today's education. The online information database is constantly updated so it provides a great opportunity for IAS aspirants to learn. From my experience, I am telling you about some YouTube channels and websites from which you can prepare -

    1. Study IQ - This channel gives complete information on the subject along with the current and also explains what kind of preparation should be done.
    2. Dhyeya IAS - Through this website gives you overall knowledge for good notes and national issues.
    3. Kautilya Akademi Youtube Channel - This is also a very good channel, from here you can also find the objective.
    4. Nirman IAS - is a well-known organization, whose sites and YouTube channels will help you in preparation.

    Swati Sharma

    Keep your Face to the SunShine

  • #714820
    To clear for UPSC, selection of optional subjects is the most crucial and the is to be made as per inclination of the aspirants. Some subjects like Pure Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry though one may think are easier and marks scorings but practically, the aspirants have to put a lot of efforts to understand the basics of these subjects. Without the conceptual clarity, one cannot get impressive marks in these subjects. However, some options are there for the aspirants having secured the bachelor degree other than humanity stream to select Geography, Psycology, Philosophy, Sanskrit etc so as to get grand marks in such optional papers. Apart from this, select a reputed institute for the overall guidance such as Rao Study Circle, Byjus etc so as to get better inputs time to time apart from their study material. Guidance from a premiur institute is always better to wipe out your confusion.


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