Jatin Verma's IAS Academy| Your Companion for UPSC Preparation

One stop solution for your UPSC Preparation.

Daily Updates

Daily important articles which are needed for UPSC CSE exam preparation is updated every day (except Sundays) along with Daily current affairs MCQs. These updates will provide current events of respective days. These current events are prepared from The Hindu, PIB, Indian Express, Economic Times and other standard sources. This initiative is free of cost.

landing_img2

Amazing Quiz

JV IAS Academy’s current affairs questions are based on The Hindu news articles, The Indian Express news articles, ORF news articles, daily PIB and other standard sources. It has been observed that UPSC Prelims has been giving more importance to current events, hence we are covering every important news articles from a maximum number of standard sources.

This current affairs quiz will help in preparing for General Studies Paper – 1 of UPSC civil services preliminary exam. There will be MCQs which will cover both conceptual as well as factual nature. Remaining updated with current affairs is very essential for UPSC IAS exam preparation. Attempting daily quiz based on current affairs will help you both in clearing concepts and recalling facts better.

landing_img2
landing_img3

Preparation Strategy for Exam

Success in UPSC Civil Services Examination = 50% Knowledge + 50% Strategy.

First and foremost download the UPSC CSE syllabus and previous year UPSC question papers. Study and prepare your optional subject with a focus on UPSC syllabus of optional paper 1 and paper 2. Get the print out of the UPSC syllabus and learn it thoroughly. Keep referring it whenever you need to connect the topics. Read more for full strategy.

landing_img4

Mains Answer Writing

Ultimately it is the UPSC Mains that decides your final rank. If you are not developing the skill of answer writing, you are not doing justice to your preparation. Our ‘Daily mains Answer Writing’ initiative helps you in developing your answer writing capability. When Mains questions are daily posted, read questions several times and understand their core demand, and make notes. Revise those notes. Now memorize them as you do for real examination, then type answers in the comment box. It would be better if you avoid writing the answers immediately after reading the question.

landing_img4