Congratulations To Young Achievers of UPSC

Coaching helps you with the right guidance and that’s the magic wand one has because guidance is the most important and first right step if you aim for UPSC. I took IASmind online teaching as the direction in which I can lead my studies well. Go back home and revise what is taught in the class was my mantra which I followed throughout my studies. Prelims are the most important exam, if you will clear prelims then only you will land for mains. My sincere advise is that never miss your classroom test. This is because test series are important as it teaches you how you can handle the exam and it also helps you practice the curriculum. Solve more and more tests and you will become better with MCQs. Teachers at Rau’s are sincere and the teaching methodology is very good here. One should thoroughly grasp what is taught in the class. Added, Mallika Sudhir (AIR 26) speaking to other young aspirants preparing for CSE.

At IASmind experts are online teaching you best, do not wander here and there for information. Do not treat Prelims and Mains as separate exams. From the beginning prepare for the mains exam. While Focus magazine at Rau’s IAS is the best additional resource that will help you with current news and articles. The mantra for success in Civil services is that you should have trust in yourself and the institute you choose. I would suggest that start preparing for Mains from the Day 1 of your preparation and full trust in yourself and your Institution. Added, Shweta Chauhan (AIR 8).

Our Vision is not to ‘train’ candidates for just the Civil Services Exam, but strive to make them effective members of a knowledge community. Today, Anu Kumari, AIR 2 and Sachin Gupta, AIR 3 along with 100’s of our other successful students, have surfaced as inspiration for this community. Now, it is them to be at the forefront of this community, inspiring, motivating and guiding the young minds of our country to become leaders for life. Heartiest Congratulations to all of you once again.

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