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surjeeth Jana

Asked on 26 February, 2019

Is Hyderabad better than Delhi for IAS coaching?

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No, the coaching centers in Hyderabad and Delhi both provide the same level of preparation. While Delhi was already a hub for UPSC coachings, Hyderabad is also becoming a hub for civil services preparation centers.

Darshan Somashekara

Darshan Somashekara

Asked on 25 February, 2019

Suggest best IAS coaching institutes in Bengaluru.

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The best IAS coaching institutes in Bengaluru are (1) Pragnya IAS Academy, (2) Global IAS Academy, (3) Analog IAS Institute, (4) Rau's IAS Study Circle, and (5) The Impact IAS Academy.

Dhruv Tata

Dhruv Tata

Asked on 25 February, 2019

Is it possible to prepare for UPSC without coaching classes?

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Yes, one can crack UPSC Civil Services Exam without taking coaching classes as right preparation is all that is required. Here are some tips: 1) Prepare a study timetable, 2) Focus on basics, 3) Study and revise regularly, 4) Practice mock-tests and past years' papers, 5) Regularly read newspapers for current affairs, and 6) Take online courses and test series.

Hansika Gupta

Hansika Gupta

Asked on 25 February, 2019

How many hours should I study to crack UPSC civils exam?

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There's no set number of hours that UPSC aspirants should study for. Just make sure whatever time you spend studying, you're completely focused. Focus on getting your basics right, and give preference to the quality of study rather than the number of hours.

Vihaan Pillai

Vihaan Pillai

Asked on 25 February, 2019

What are some good IAS coaching institutes in Delhi?

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Here are 5 leading UPSC IAS coaching institutes in Delhi: Rau's IAS Study Circle, Vajiram & Ravi, ALS (Alternative Learning System) IAS Academy, Unique Shiksha IAS Institute, and Drishti IAS Coaching.

Trishla Trivedi

Trishla Trivedi

Asked on 25 February, 2019

What are some books that UPSC aspirants must read?

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To prepare for the UPSC exam, here are the books you must read: (1)Manorama yearbook, (2)General Studies by Disha Experts, and (3)Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh. You can prepare for the optional subject by reading these books along with NCERT books till class 12th.

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