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This is a perennial question I get asked the most. And it’s understandable too. Many aspirants who begin their MPPSC preparation are clueless about this exam’s demands.

There are a lot of doubts and misconceptions regarding whether to take   coaching for State Services Exam MPPSC. So let me break it down for you.

Q. Is coaching necessary?

Think of an elite sportsman like Virat Kohli. Does he have a personal coach? Yes, he does. But would you say his career success is purely down to his coach? Of course not. Kohli trains and suffers day in day out, practices consistently to learn and improve his game. His self-discipline, hard work and the burning determination to excel at the game is what makes him the elite player he is.

Same goes with success in the MPPSC exam. Coaching merely helps you, it does not ensure you a rank. Your self-study, consistency, and the hard work you put in sitting at your study table matters far more than what you do in coaching classes.

So if you are attending coaching classes, do take their mppsc notes, but you should not rely excessively on them and neglect standard books. In my first Mains, I did this mistake of depending on coaching notes disproportionately— I barely read any of the standard books. When I wrote my first Mains in 2012, my lack of conceptual clarity was evident. Unsurprisingly, I failed to get an interview call.

Always remember that roughly, not more than 25-30% of your preparation should depend on mppsc coaching classes. To say that without coaching you cannot crack UPSC is to tell a lie. There are people who put in even that 25% of work by themselves and have cracked this exam (that is, they might have read coaching notes, but did not attend any classes.) So, it depends on your personal belief, self-discipline and your basic level of knowledge to determine whether you need coaching.

Suppose you know what standard books to study, what coaching notes to refer to, and by reading them you can understand the subject, that’s brilliant and you don’t need coaching.

On the other hand, if you are clueless about the exam process or the books you need to study, coaching institutes will help you get a broad idea. But as I said, you still must-read standard books, make required notes and put in the work to outshine your competition.

Q. How do you compare coaching in Delhi versus elsewhere?

As I had said, coaching does not constitute more than 25-30% of your preparation. And there’s nothing profound about coaching institutes in Delhi.

For those preparing in far flung areas, if you cannot afford to go to Delhi, that’s perfectly alright. You can get MPPSC notesof all the major coaching institutes in most cities. So make a trip once to your nearby city, buy them from a bookstore and study on your own.

Also, I believe internet has truly democratised information and made it accessible even to rural areas. These days many institutes are providing coaching classes via video lectures. You can opt for them too.

Moreover, online websites have emerged as brilliant and affordable alternatives to traditional coaching institutes. So if you cannot go to Delhi to take coaching, you are not losing out on anything.

Q. How helpful are coaching notes? Can they substitute standard books?

Standard books are important because they are written from the ground up and they form the foundation of your knowledge. Once you read standard books, reading coaching notes not only becomes much easier, but you can also see where in that big picture does a small topic fit in.

The problem with reading just the mppsc coaching notesis that they fail to you give you such big picture perspective. What you will be left with are fragmented concepts and broken knowledge which doesn’t stick for long in your memory. For long term memory, we need a topic’s context which is why you should always start with standard books.

For example, when I started Anthropology, I first read Ember & Ember to get an overview of the subject. Afterward, when I referred to Sharma Academy mppsc coaching material, I could clearly see how a particular topic such as Primate Adaptation fit into the larger concept of Human Evolution. This is why standard books are indispensable.

While reading coaching notes, remember these:

§  Coaching notes are helpful and easy to revise before the exam. But they can only supplement but never substitute standard books.

§  Always map your notes onto the chapters and topics in syllabus. Most coaching institutes do not cover the syllabus entirely. Even if they do, they usually rush through some chapters. So when you see a topic not covered well in your notes, read on your own from other sources and make notes.

§  Coaching notes and material come in handy to cover a specific topic. For example for a topic like Govt schemes, instead of you labouring to compile them from ministries’ websites, it’s better that you buy a compilation booklet of any institute. Smart work saves you a lot of time.

§  You have to remember that UPSC is not at all like a graduation exam. In college, it’s fairly easy to read just the notes and score really well. But in UPSC, the questions are of higher standard and of deeper analytical depth. None of the questions usually come directly from your coaching notes. It’s your clarity of concepts— especially in optional— that will help you write good answers.

rekhasolanki

This is a perennial question I get asked the most. And it’s understandable too. Many aspirants who begin their MPPSC preparation are clueless about this exam’s demands.

There are a lot of doubts and misconceptions regarding whether to take   coaching for State Services Exam MPPSC. So let me break it down for you.

Q. Is coaching necessary?

Think of an elite sportsman like Virat Kohli. Does he have a personal coach? Yes, he does. But would you say his career success is purely down to his coach? Of course not. Kohli trains and suffers day in day out, practices consistently to learn and improve his game. His self-discipline, hard work and the burning determination to excel at the game is what makes him the elite player he is.

Same goes with success in the MPPSC exam. Coaching merely helps you, it does not ensure you a rank. Your self-study, consistency, and the hard work you put in sitting at your study table matters far more than what you do in coaching classes.

So if you are attending coaching classes, do take their mppsc notes, but you should not rely excessively on them and neglect standard books. In my first Mains, I did this mistake of depending on coaching notes disproportionately— I barely read any of the standard books. When I wrote my first Mains in 2012, my lack of conceptual clarity was evident. Unsurprisingly, I failed to get an interview call.

Always remember that roughly, not more than 25-30% of your preparation should depend on mppsc coaching classes. To say that without coaching you cannot crack UPSC is to tell a lie. There are people who put in even that 25% of work by themselves and have cracked this exam (that is, they might have read coaching notes, but did not attend any classes.) So, it depends on your personal belief, self-discipline and your basic level of knowledge to determine whether you need coaching.

Suppose you know what standard books to study, what coaching notes to refer to, and by reading them you can understand the subject, that’s brilliant and you don’t need coaching.

On the other hand, if you are clueless about the exam process or the books you need to study, coaching institutes will help you get a broad idea. But as I said, you still must-read standard books, make required notes and put in the work to outshine your competition.

Q. How do you compare coaching in Delhi versus elsewhere?

As I had said, coaching does not constitute more than 25-30% of your preparation. And there’s nothing profound about coaching institutes in Delhi.

For those preparing in far flung areas, if you cannot afford to go to Delhi, that’s perfectly alright. You can get MPPSC notesof all the major coaching institutes in most cities. So make a trip once to your nearby city, buy them from a bookstore and study on your own.

Also, I believe internet has truly democratised information and made it accessible even to rural areas. These days many institutes are providing coaching classes via video lectures. You can opt for them too.

Moreover, online websites have emerged as brilliant and affordable alternatives to traditional coaching institutes. So if you cannot go to Delhi to take coaching, you are not losing out on anything.

Q. How helpful are coaching notes? Can they substitute standard books?

Standard books are important because they are written from the ground up and they form the foundation of your knowledge. Once you read standard books, reading coaching notes not only becomes much easier, but you can also see where in that big picture does a small topic fit in.

The problem with reading just the mppsc coaching notesis that they fail to you give you such big picture perspective. What you will be left with are fragmented concepts and broken knowledge which doesn’t stick for long in your memory. For long term memory, we need a topic’s context which is why you should always start with standard books.

For example, when I started Anthropology, I first read Ember & Ember to get an overview of the subject. Afterward, when I referred to Sharma Academy mppsc coaching material, I could clearly see how a particular topic such as Primate Adaptation fit into the larger concept of Human Evolution. This is why standard books are indispensable.

While reading coaching notes, remember these:

§  Coaching notes are helpful and easy to revise before the exam. But they can only supplement but never substitute standard books.

§  Always map your notes onto the chapters and topics in syllabus. Most coaching institutes do not cover the syllabus entirely. Even if they do, they usually rush through some chapters. So when you see a topic not covered well in your notes, read on your own from other sources and make notes.

§  Coaching notes and material come in handy to cover a specific topic. For example for a topic like Govt schemes, instead of you labouring to compile them from ministries’ websites, it’s better that you buy a compilation booklet of any institute. Smart work saves you a lot of time.

§  You have to remember that UPSC is not at all like a graduation exam. In college, it’s fairly easy to read just the notes and score really well. But in UPSC, the questions are of higher standard and of deeper analytical depth. None of the questions usually come directly from your coaching notes. It’s your clarity of concepts— especially in optional— that will help you write good answers.



 

lavya singh

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is India's premier central recruiting agency. It is responsible for appointments to and examinations for All India Civil services Examinations, the Government of India’s permanent bureaucracy and includes Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Forest Service (IFS) and various other services and all of them form the backbone of India's administrative machinery.


UPSC coaching in indoretells us an average student can also become ias and share the tips and formation of UPSC Exam.  

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is the central recruiting agency in India. It is an independent constitutional body in the sense that it is directly created by the constitution of India.

The constitution visualizes the UPSC to be the ‘watch dog of merit system’ in India. It is concerned with the recruitment to the All-India Services and Central Services-Group A and Group B and advises the government, when consulted, on promotion and disciplinary matters.


UPSC is not concerned with the classification of services, pay and service conditions, cadre management, training and so on. These matters are handled by the department of personnel and training-one of the three departments of the ministry of personnel, Public Grievances and pensions. Therefore UPSC is only a central recruiting agency while the department of personnel and training is the central personnel agency in India.


Can an average student become IAS officer?


Yes for sure you can crack IAS examination. Your past does not matter in UPSC exams your preparation matters. Start initially reading day to day and get idea of certain things which subject are from your background it doesn’t take a lot of time but which subject are new and not from your filed will take a lot of time so that will vary person to person. Give daily one hour to current events. Then which time is left you can divide in two parts, one type you can do like read only one subject at one time like if you are reading polity so read polity only, if you are doing mathematics do mathematics only. Second type will be like you can read different subject in the gap of one or two hour like if you take one hour to one subject next one hour to next subject. Follow a UPSC coaching in indorefor better preparation and understanding of the subjects and pattern.

You can start preparation like learn history and geography from NCERT, GCERT Books they are best sources to start it they are basics books. Besides you can go for reading number of reference books including books of Bipin Chandra and many other good authors you can always refer through. You can also refer to art and culture from various source various class material etc and as far as geography as consent map read must be strong. Go for the oxford map, Oxford student atlas.

Besides you can solve past year question paper so your preparation can go very nicely. Only solving past year papers is not sufficient you are not facing a board exam this all India level exam Best UPSC coaching in indoreSharma Academy’s mentor is suggesting you to join some good institute for your upsc preparationand clear it in your first attempt and become an ias.

 

To clear UPSC exam in his first attempt, one must follow proper strategy. The simple meaning of strategy is careful planning to achieve something in the given circumstances within a particular time frame.

 

1. GS Paper 1 is the key now: Revise every subject!

On the basic level, covering every subject of civil services preliminary exam is the best approach to clear prelims now. it's equally important not to miss easy questions from traditional subjects like Economics, Geography, History and Polity. At least, brushing up NCERT books and previous years' question papers would be a good idea if you are time-crunched. Keeping an eye on tight competition, areas like culture and environment should also be mugged up. Current affairs preparation should be done considering the latest schemes and bills launched by the government.

 

2. Take, Clear UPSC prelims mock exams:

Mock tests are integral part of regular preparations of successful candidates. By revising the attempted tests, you get a chance to identify your mistakes. Writing mock tests arm you with confidence which is the key to success in any examination.

For any query and help regarding upsc exam leave a notes below in comment section.

All the best

 

sweeti sharma

To begin with, I must admire you for being firm in your decision to NOT join a coaching, And Searching for steps on How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching? That’s the first and the very right step. Not many have this clarity. When I started preparing, I thought only coaching can save me. I’m here to help you with your UPSC Preparation.

Problems Faced By The UPSC Aspirants

  • The attribute of the Civil Service Examination that makes it utterly difficult is the vast syllabus. Hence, the lack of proper resources and expert guidance is one of the key problems faced by students who prepare without any formal upsc coaching in indore
  • Students find themselves at sea when it comes to relevant booklist or study materials. Bookshops and internet resources are filled with materials that are never-ending. Hence, fresh aspirants always get in “too many books and too little time”!
  • The strategy is the key area when it comes to covering the entire syllabus. There are many topics that can be skipped, many topics that are extremely important and scoring. Fresh aspirants may feel overwhelmed with the vastness of syllabus and free resources and may end up wasting a lot of time aligning the same.
  • Next is proper time management. Coaching’s help in preparing a schedule for the aspirants. And hence, in lack of it, it is difficult to manage time efficiently. 
  • You may also need help with your difficult areas, without upsc coaching it becomes quite impossible to meet this requirement.
  • Furthermore, the evaluation of descriptive answers is something that no aspirant can do by himself. But does that mean it is absolutely necessary for a UPSC aspirant to join upsc coaching in indore? Well, still, the answer is no! But, there are some of the key factors one should consider while preparing for the IAS Exam without coaching. Let’s see what are they!

Stage I: How to start UPSC IAS Preparation

Please do read and finish your NCERTs in the least of times. They are essential but not sufficient. They help you assess where you stand, what you lack and what needs to be done.
After NCERTs, focus on standard textbook like GC Leong, Laxmikant, Spectrum, Shankar and Nitin Singhania notes. Here is also a difficult part. Do not be lured by your other friends who are reading different difficult books. The exam is cracked not by reading too many books but by reading same book, many times.

Stage II: How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching?

Then you must develop a habit of reading newspaper daily. Either the Hindu or Indian Express. This is very important. Current affairs are 60–70% of the question paper at all the three stages- Prelims, Mains, Interview.
By now you are also expected to have finalized on your optional. Be very careful here. Optional can make or break it for you. Please don’t be egoistic here- “MAin toh college topper tha maths mein, toh maths hi lunga” ( I will take Maths optional. Afterall I was the college topper). Despite my love for English, I did not have the courage to take English Literature optional because its performance ain’t good.
Over the time, also practice answer writing. And do solve previous years question papers.

Become an IAS Officer without Coaching in UPSC 2021

One of the most challenging examinations conducted in our country is UPSC Civil Services exam. It is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission which is a central recruiting agency. The task of cracking UPSC 2021 Civil Services exam is not a piece of cake. The aspirants need to a lot of hard work in order to succeed.
This article will be giving some tips to become an IAS / IPS officer without investing money in the hands of coaching giants. IAS Exam aspirants will also get to know the eligibility criteria of the exam, 
UPSC exam pattern and the preparation tips.

Are you eligible for UPSC IAS Exam?

The first thing you should do before starting your preparation is to know whether you are eligible for taking this exam. The aspirants must be a graduate and their age should fall under the given age limit. Check the Eligibility Criteria for UPSC Exam in the linked article.

Exam pattern

The next thing which you should know is the exam pattern. The UPSC conducts civil services examination in three stages. They are:
I :- Prelims
II :- Mains
III :- Personality test


The Prelims examination is objective and the General Studies Paper II is qualifying in nature. The question paper is set in English and Hindi. The UPSC IAS Prelims examination consists of two papers.
• General Studies Paper-I
• CSAT Paper-II


The General Studies Paper I comprise of Geography, History, Economy, General Science, Environment and ecology, and current affairs.
The CSAT Paper II comprises is aptitude paper which has the quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning, and comprehension skills.


When a candidate clear prelims exam, they must fill up a form called “Detailed Application form” (DAF). Mains examination consists of nine descriptive papers including one optional subject (2 papers). This is considered as the crucial stage which decides an aspirant fate.
Candidates who qualify the mains exam, are called for the final round, i.e., personality test or interview. This round decides your rank in the final list. To read more on the UPSC Exam Pattern, check the linked article.

How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching?

Many candidates wrongly believe that they cannot crack the UPSC IAS exam without upsc coaching. If approached with the right strategies one can crack this exam in the very first attempt. Firstly, one needs a combination of both hard work and smart work for cracking this exam. One must make a study plan which works the best for him/her. They can start their preparation by reading NCERT books which are considered as the indispensable part of UPSC IAS Exam and an authentic newspaper like The Hindu.

We have already come up with the study plan and complete list of books including NCERT for UPSC civil services Examination.

Steps on How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching?
  1. Read NCERT and other standard books
  2. Also Read a newspaper and make notes
  3. Practice writing answers daily for UPSC Mains exam
  4. Choose and excel in the optional subject for Mains examination
  5. Practice UPSC previous year question paper as well as the mock test
  6. Groom yourself for interview
sweeti sharma

To begin with, I must admire you for being firm in your decision to NOT join a coaching, And Searching for steps on How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching? That’s the first and the very right step. Not many have this clarity. When I started preparing, I thought only coaching can save me. I’m here to help you with your UPSC Preparation.

Problems Faced By The UPSC Aspirants

  • The attribute of the Civil Service Examination that makes it utterly difficult is the vast syllabus. Hence, the lack of proper resources and expert guidance is one of the key problems faced by students who prepare without any formal upsc coaching in indore
  • Students find themselves at sea when it comes to relevant booklist or study materials. Bookshops and internet resources are filled with materials that are never-ending. Hence, fresh aspirants always get in “too many books and too little time”!
  • The strategy is the key area when it comes to covering the entire syllabus. There are many topics that can be skipped, many topics that are extremely important and scoring. Fresh aspirants may feel overwhelmed with the vastness of syllabus and free resources and may end up wasting a lot of time aligning the same.
  • Next is proper time management. Coaching’s help in preparing a schedule for the aspirants. And hence, in lack of it, it is difficult to manage time efficiently. 
  • You may also need help with your difficult areas, without upsc coachingit becomes quite impossible to meet this requirement.
  • Furthermore, the evaluation of descriptive answers is something that no aspirant can do by himself. But does that mean it is absolutely necessary for a UPSC aspirant to join upsc coaching in indore? Well, still, the answer is no! But, there are some of the key factors one should consider while preparing for the IAS Exam without coaching. Let’s see what are they!

Stage I: How to start UPSC IAS Preparation

Please do read and finish your NCERTs in the least of times. They are essential but not sufficient. They help you assess where you stand, what you lack and what needs to be done.
After NCERTs, focus on standard textbook like GC Leong, Laxmikant, Spectrum, Shankar and Nitin Singhania notes. Here is also a difficult part. Do not be lured by your other friends who are reading different difficult books. The exam is cracked not by reading too many books but by reading same book, many times.

Stage II: How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching?

Then you must develop a habit of reading newspaper daily. Either the Hindu or Indian Express. This is very important. Current affairs are 60–70% of the question paper at all the three stages- Prelims, Mains, Interview.
By now you are also expected to have finalized on your optional. Be very careful here. Optional can make or break it for you. Please don’t be egoistic here- “MAin toh college topper tha maths mein, toh maths hi lunga” ( I will take Maths optional. Afterall I was the college topper). Despite my love for English, I did not have the courage to take English Literature optional because its performance ain’t good.
Over the time, also practice answer writing. And do solve previous years question papers.

Become an IAS Officer without Coaching in UPSC 2021

One of the most challenging examinations conducted in our country is UPSC Civil Services exam. It is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission which is a central recruiting agency. The task of cracking UPSC 2021 Civil Services exam is not a piece of cake. The aspirants need to a lot of hard work in order to succeed.
This article will be giving some tips to become an IAS / IPS officer without investing money in the hands of coaching giants. IAS Exam aspirants will also get to know the eligibility criteria of the exam,
UPSC exam patternand the preparation tips.

Are you eligible for UPSC IAS Exam?

The first thing you should do before starting your preparation is to know whether you are eligible for taking this exam. The aspirants must be a graduate and their age should fall under the given age limit. Check the Eligibility Criteria for UPSC Exam in the linked article.

Exam pattern

The next thing which you should know is the exam pattern. The UPSC conducts civil services examination in three stages. They are:
I :- Prelims
II :- Mains
III :- Personality test


The Prelims examination is objective and the General Studies Paper II is qualifying in nature. The question paper is set in English and Hindi. The UPSC IAS Prelims examination consists of two papers.
• General Studies Paper-I
• CSAT Paper-II


The General Studies Paper I comprise of Geography, History, Economy, General Science, Environment and ecology, and current affairs.
The CSAT Paper II comprises is aptitude paper which has the quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning, and comprehension skills.


When a candidate clear prelims exam, they must fill up a form called “Detailed Application form” (DAF). Mains examination consists of nine descriptive papers including one optional subject (2 papers). This is considered as the crucial stage which decides an aspirant fate.
Candidates who qualify the mains exam, are called for the final round, i.e., personality test or interview. This round decides your rank in the final list. To read more on the UPSC Exam Pattern, check the linked article.

How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching?

Many candidates wrongly believe that they cannot crack the UPSC IAS exam without upsc coaching. If approached with the right strategies one can crack this exam in the very first attempt. Firstly, one needs a combination of both hard work and smart work for cracking this exam. One must make a study plan which works the best for him/her. They can start their preparation by reading NCERT books which are considered as the indispensable part of UPSC IAS Exam and an authentic newspaper like The Hindu.

We have already come up with the study plan and complete list of books including NCERT for UPSC civil services Examination.

Steps on How to Prepare For UPSC Civil Services Examination Without Coaching?

1.     Read NCERT and other standard books

2.     Also Read a newspaper and make notes

3.     Practice writing answers daily for UPSC Mains exam

4.     Choose and excel in the optional subject for Mains examination

5.     Practice UPSC previous year question paper as well as the mock test

6.     Groom yourself for interview

jyiti makhija

This question has come in the mind of every civil services aspirant.

This is easy, firstly study effectively those subjects which are similar in both, UPSC demands more effectiveness and efficiency in handling the subjects under the syllabus. By effectiveness I mean you should study them deeply and understand the concept. In case, generally PSC is more concerned about facts and figures. It has less requirement of concept unlike UPSC. I personally believe that if you want to prepare for both the exams together, then you should study according to the UPSC guidelines as the syllabus of UPSC has a lot more subjects than MPPSC, and a good understanding with the issues will always make it a permanent memory.

UPSC coaching in indoresuggest aspirants to prepare for mppsc exam together because your 50% preparation will be done with the upsc exam preparation. When you are preparing for UPSC, I feel that maximum parts of your MPPSC syllabus are adequately covered. If something remains untouched, you can put extra effort for that before the exam. Also, UPSC syllabus covers maximum PSC syllabus but not vice versa though their pattern is different.

 

I summarizing a basic strategy to prepare for MPPSC exam with CSE in the following points:

 

Study the syllabus of both the exams and understand the similarities and topics that are similar.

·        Make a schedule giving proper time to both the exams and their subjects.

·        The current affairs of both the exams are very different, so make sure that along with reading it conceptually, you are also covering the factual current affairs for MPPSC exam. Pay special attention to MP specific current affairs.

·        Understand that the mains paper of MPPSC exam is also based on factual information, so don't ignore the facts, unlike UPSC exam, the questions asked in MPPSC exam are straight and straightforward.

·        Attempt enough mock tests and previous year papers of both the exams, and don't forget to revise them regularly. (Yes, revise the solved papers, it is important).

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·        Always keep MPPSC syllabus and mppsc previous year papers with you so that you constantly analyse the MPPSC pattern and keep yourself aligned with that.

·        Start with reading Basic books like NCERTs etc again and again to ensure deeper understanding.

·        Follow newspapers (like The Hindu etc) religiously to evolve understanding about issues.

·        Follow websites like sharmaacademy, mppsccoachinginindore.com, freemppscnotes.cometc to see daily questions and current affair materials to ensure your views, opinions and thoughts are aligned with UPSC.

·        Focus should be on developing an understanding of basic issues and notes making etc could wait till you have a better understanding of topics and issues.

In the end, you must understand that juggling between exams that are very different in their nature will not be easy, but I assure you that it can be done and you should not lose hope.

 

lavya singh

MPPSC State Service Exam is directed for enrollment in various posts in government divisions. Also, in the offices of Madhya Pradesh province. This exam is directed in three stages to be specific for MPPSC Prelims, Mains, and Interview. Competitors who clear the prelims following the UPSC exam pattern can appear for the MPPSC Mains exam. The number of contestants in the Mains exam is more than the number of accessible openings. Anyway, to clear the main exam and interview best MPPSC candidates get admission in various posts in individual government office.

 

What is UPSC exam?

UPSC exam is one of the most important serious exams in India among its alumni. Any graduate be it arts, engineering, science, and management etc. can equally appear in UPSC. UPSC contestants from famous IITs or IIMs will have equal chances to crack the UPSC exam. It is awarded as much as MBBS or CJ test. UPSC exam gives equal opportunity to all to rise to the pinnacle of Indian managerial structure.

Young alumni who need to showcase themselves. Those who need to become a piece of government hardware from a genuine point of view need to crack the UPSC exam. Otherwise called the Civil Services Examination before the autonomy of India UPSC evaluation is headed by a focal body. For example, the Union Public Service Commission runs for a long period of May every year. It selects around 400 contenders to serve in the first-class posts in the central government.

 

UPSC and MPPSC Exam Preparation

The most important thing is to study common subjects in MPPSC and UPSC exams i.e., History, Geography, Polity and Economy. You must know that UPSC exam requires practical, application and concept-based study of the syllabus. And on the other hand, MPPSC needs a factual understanding of the syllabus. For concept learning it is good to join upsc coaching in indorefor better understanding. There is no need to go deep into concepts like UPSC exam. To prepare for these exams, go through the UPSC exam guidelines and pattern together. Everyone knows that UPSC has vaster syllabus than MPPSC. Say it as UPSC superset whereas MPPSC is a subset. So, focus more on the concepts, because once these basic concepts and issues are clear then nothing is too difficult.

 

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How UPSC is different from MPPSC?

When you prepare for UPSC exam, most of the MPPSC syllabusis covered. If there is left then you can of course give some extra time to those subjects. One thing to note is that UPSC syllabuscan cover a lot more than MPPSC syllabus. But if the opposite is not true.

The syllabus of Both exam is different considering the regional knowledge of Madhya Pradesh i.e. general knowledge. Check out the pattern of questions asked in MPPSC and UPSC exams. Compare them and try to draw your own conclusion. Because only you are the one who knows your strengths and weaknesses the most. For general regional knowledge about the Madhya Pradesh join a good mppsc coaching in indoreit will help you to learn easily the information.

 

Understand how to study in the right direction for both State PCS Exam and UPSC IAS Exam simultaneously.

Many aspirants who are appearing for UPSC exam sometimes also want to appear for other state service exams like MPPSC exam. Students preparing for MPPSC want to appear in UPSC exam. Students appearing for both the MPPSC and UPSC exams often find themselves in a dilemma. Regarding proper planning, resources. Strategy and schedule to follow for preparation. We know that the syllabus for both MPPSC and UPSC exams is huge. And there exists a time limit for all the candidates to prepare for the Civil Services Exam. So it becomes important that effective strategy is adopted for simultaneous preparation.

One approach less preparation for both MPPSC and UPSC will not give proper result. So here I have given some important tips to guide MPPSC and UPSC aspirants. An efficient strategy to prepare for MPPSC and UPSC exams simultaneously.

 

Some important points:

       Candidates should study and compare the syllabus of both the exams thoroughly. And this proper comparison you should do for both prelims and mains.

       There are many topics in common between the two. Thus, candidates must first study whatever is common between the syllabus of both the exams.

       Candidates should have a look at the mppsc previous year papersof MPPSC and UPSC previous year question papersexams. Analyze their preparation in different pattern of questions in both the exams.

       Now, candidates need to study different topics between MPPSC and UPSC exam syllabus. This different area of ​​preparation is the General Knowledge of Madhya Pradesh for MPPSC Exam. But you should give preference to the one whose exam date is earlier.

       Note that CSAT is a qualifying paper for UPSC exam. Aptitude test is a part of merit calculation in MPPSC. So, students should try and solve CSAT regularly. Set aside a certain amount of time every day to prepare for CSAT based on your preparation level for Aptitude Test.

       MPPSC Exam requires knowledge of Hindi in both Preliminary and Main Exam. Candidates need to study these regional languages ​​separately.

       Current affairs are to be studied for both the exams. So prepare the mppsc notesand upsc notes in an integrated manner. And write separately those topics which are relevant for both MPPSC and UPSC exam.

       Candidates go through a separate newspaper of Madhya Pradesh to cover the current affairs for the exam.

It is important that candidates make their own schedules and plans. The candidates can set their monthly goals and targets to pursue and complete their syllabus for both the exams.

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