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3rd May 2011, 11:35 PM
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Is there any free coaching centre for IAS? I am from poor background


Hello sir, i am from hyd. I want to take ias coaching. Is there any free coaching center? I am from poor background. If there is Pls reply me.




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26th September 2012, 06:02 PM
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Hello sir, i am from tumkur karnataka. I want to take ias coaching. Is there any free coaching center? I am from poor background. If there is Pls reply me.
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26th September 2012, 06:32 PM
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Hello,



Yes Friend, there is a free coaching center for you , i am posting two links please visit the site for details regarding how to get admission into the institution and courses and syllabus information too .

Here are the two link http://www.civilserviceindia.com/special-coaching-classes/index.html

http://www.civilserviceindia.com/special-coaching-classes/chennai.html

Hope I Have Helped you .

Thank You.
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26th September 2012, 07:06 PM
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I am from poor family. i have four sisters but all of them married. i am last boy in my family.so please help me to continue my engineering education(ece).
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26th September 2012, 07:50 PM
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My friend coaching centers are privately operated therefore there is no such thing as free coaching. If you want coaching for Indian Administrative Service then you will have to pay for it. It is as simple as that.


However what you can do is prepare for the IAS exam on your own. It is not impossible to clear the Civil Service Examination by preparing on your own. Several people have done that, especially from the poor background who are not in condition to afford coaching.


Now before you prepare for Civil Service Exam. It is very important to know about the exam pattern.


There are two stages of Civil Service Examination


1) Preliminary Exam

There are two papers in Preliminary Exams

1. General Studies - 150 marks

2. Optional Subject - 300 marks


It is important to know that in order to appear in final exam, you must pass the preliminary exam. Now I will tell you how to prepare for the Preliminary Exam.


To prepare for General Studies, keep yourself updated with all the current affairs around the world. You should watch a lot of news and read newspapers to know what is happening all around you. There is no need to read every single news, just make sure to read all the important events.


To prepare for various subjects in General studies you would need to take help of the books. For subjects like history and economics, read the 11th and 12th class books of NCERT. TO further polish your general knowledge, refer to books like General Knowledge Refresher by O.P. Khanna.


You will also need to polish your English skills. It is very important that you have good command over the English language. But I will write about it in Main Exams preparation.


Now since you have got the help for General studies, its time to focus of Optional subject. For this exam, you will get several choice out of which you need to pick one subject. Generally candidates prefer to pick subject out of their graduation course. However some prefer subjects like Geography and History to pass out the Preliminary Exam. The choice is yours.


2) Main Examination

Like I mentioned earlier, you will need to pass the Preliminary Exam to appear for the Main Examination. There would be nine papers in the Main Exam.


The first couple of papers would be related to English and one other Indian Language. Third paper is on essay, paper no 4 and 5 are on general studies while the remaining four papers would be on two optional papers that you will have to select.


Now since there would be a paper on English, it is important that you work on your grammar. You should read lot of English newspapers and watch English news channels to improve your English. There are also books you can use to improve English. Please remember that English language paper is just a qualification paper and its marks would not be counted in final tally.


The other paper would be on a Indian language. You will have various options to pick from. The idea behind both English paper and this paper is to check your command over the language. The marks of this exam too would not be added to the score. Here is the list of subjects.


Assamese

Bengali

Gujarati

Hindi

Kannada

Kashmiri

Konkani

Marathi

Malayalam

Manipuri

Nepali

Oriya

Punjabi

Sanskrit

Sindhi

Tamil

Telugu

Urdu


Essay writing is also very essential part of Main Exam. In the first three papers you will have to write an essay. I am sure you would not have any trouble writing essay in your local language but in English it could be an issue. You must refer to some good essay books for preparation. There are also several websites online that can help you out what this.


I am sure that you are not going to face much trouble preparing for general studies a lot of hard work would have been done for Preliminary Exams. I have already mentioned above on how to prepare for these exams.


For the last 4 papers you once again need to pick two subjects. It would be wise to pick one subject that you picked for Preliminary Exam. For second subject, use the same method mentioned above.


Agriculture

Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science

Botany

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Commerce

Economics

Electrical Engineering

Geography

Geology

Indian History

Law

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Medical Science

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Psychology

Public Administration

Sociology

Statistics

Zoology


Now it is important for you to understand that there are minimum of 4 chances to clear the Civil Service Examination. Therefore even if you failed once, don't lose hope instead use it as an experience to prepare better for the next time.


Give yourself realistic timeframe to prepare for the exam. At least 6 to 9 months are required to prepare for Civil Service Exam. Anything less than this would be putting too much pressure on yourself.


There are previous years papers available online that you should download and keep on solving after every few days. Give yourself exactly the same time which you are going to get for the Civil Service Exam. This would help you understand which are the areas where you need to do more work.
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26th September 2012, 09:18 PM
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i have a poor background and i m not able to get coaching is there any coaching centre which give coaching at low cost or free.
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27th September 2012, 12:10 PM
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Hello divya,

coaching centers are privately taken therefore there is no such thing as free coaching. If you want coaching for Indian Administrative Service then you will have to pay for it.
It is not impossible to clear the Civil Service Examination by preparing on your own.
Now before you prepare for Civil Service Exam. It is very important to know about the exam pattern.


There are two steps to crash Civil Service Examination


1) Preliminary Exam

There are two papers in Preliminary Exams

1. General Studies - 150 marks

2. Optional Subject - 300 marks

It is important to know that in order to appear in final exam, you must pass the preliminary exam.

To prepare for General Studies, You should watch a lot of news and read newspapers to know what is happening all around you. There is no need to read every single news, just make sure to read all the important events.

You will also need to polish your English skills. It is very important that you have good command over the English language. But I will write about it in Main Exams preparation.

For optional subject , you will get several choice out of which you need to pick one subject. Generally candidates prefer to pick subject out of their graduation course. However some prefer subjects like Geography and History to pass out the Preliminary Exam. The choice is yours.


2) Main Examination

you will need to pass the Preliminary Exam to appear for the Main Examination. There would be nine papers in the Main Exam.


The first couple of papers would be related to English and one other Indian Language. Third paper is on essay, paper no 4 and 5 are on general studies while the remaining four papers would be on two optional papers that you will have to select.


Now since there would be a paper on English, it is important that you work on your grammar. You should read lot of English newspapers and watch English news channels to improve your English. There are also books you can use to improve English. Please remember that English language paper is just a qualification paper and its marks would not be counted in final tally.


The other paper would be on a Indian language. You will have various options to pick from. The idea behind both English paper and this paper is to check your command over the language. The marks of this exam too would not be added to the score. Here is the list of subjects.


Assamese

Bengali

Gujarati

Hindi

Kannada

Kashmiri

Konkani

Marathi

Malayalam

Manipuri

Nepali

Oriya

Punjabi

Sanskrit

Sindhi

Tamil

Telugu

Urdu


Essay writing is also very essential part of Main Exam. In the first three papers you will have to write an essay. I am sure you would not have any trouble writing essay in your local language but in English it could be an issue. You must refer to some good essay books for preparation. There are also several websites online that can help you out what this.





For the last 4 papers you once again need to pick two subjects. It would be wise to pick one subject that you picked for Preliminary Exam. For second subject, use the same method mentioned above.


Agriculture

Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science

Botany

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Commerce

Economics

Electrical Engineering

Geography

Geology

Indian History

Law

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Medical Science

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Psychology

Public Administration

Sociology

Statistics

Zoology

Now it is important for you to understand that there are minimum of 4 chances to clear the Civil Service Examination. Therefore even if you failed once, don't lose hope instead use it as an experience to prepare better for the next time.

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28th September 2012, 04:23 PM
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hi divya ram,

few days back i told there are no free coaching classes for ias thats right

but now i came to know that there will be online coaching which will be conducted by kerala samajam so approach this society.


u can get information from the below link:
kerelasamajam.co.in
all the best
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PLEASE ASK THE FREE IAS COACHING CENERE IN DELHI BECAUSE MY BACKGROUNG IS VERY POOR, i am persuing b.com 2nd year student,please help me & reply the details. my email id is
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16th May 2013, 01:27 PM
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Is there any free coaching centre for IAS near by punjb? I am from poor background, and plz provide me syllabus of ias with ref i`m confused about plz someboby help me
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Is there any free coaching centre for IAS? I am from poor background, and plz provide me syllabus for pre n main both with ref of book ,i`m confused plz help me
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hi, im haider ....I m also tack to ips coching can you, tell me what should I do now.an where I get a good coching center. pls tell me
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hello sir, i am from poor family, i want free coching for IAS exam, is any free coching center in trichy? plz tell
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hello . . .
I am megha . Persuing my 2nd year ba . Since i am from a poor family i am searching for a free coaching centre for kas exams so ple can u help me i stay in bangalore so ple help me. . .
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