First Tribal Woman President of India- Droupadi Murmu

History has been created as the 15th president of the Republic of India will be Droupadi Murmu.

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Difference between IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS

The Civil Services of India has always been regarded as the best option for graduates! When it comes to career opportunities. Every year, the UPSC recruits deserving candidates for more than 20 posts. CSE opens the door to becoming an IAS, IPS, IFS, or IRS officer (among many other jobs/services)

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How to Deal with burnout During UPSC Civil Services Exam Preparation

Keeping the mind calm and settled as we prepare for competitive examinations such as the UPSC exam and entrance tests can be difficult for even the brightest minds. Preparation pressure and the amount of competition for exams such as the UPSC - Exam can easily drive a person into a spiral of stress, anxiety, and in extreme cases even depression.

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Do IAS officers get a free house?

Aspiring to be an IAS officer is a dream cherished by millions of young people in the nation. In light of the advantages they receive, IAS officials stand head and shoulders above other professions (public and private). Their salaries now, following the 7th Pay Commission, are nearly on par with those in the private sector.

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Sri Lanka’s economic crisis – Impact on India

The Sri Lankan government declared officially in January 2021 that the country was experiencing the worst economic crisis in its 73-year history. 

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In a student's suicide, who is guilty- a student, parents, or IIT JEE, NEET, UPSC, etc.?

Well, I think this is a very sensitive question, and with the kind of experience that I have, if I need to pinpoint anyone then I would like to say that society is one institution that needs to be blamed for.

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What are those natural abilities and skill sets required to be AIR 1 in the UPSC CSE?

I would like to express this beautiful thought with utmost sincerity that no aspirant who is willing to appear for the UPSC civil services examination can prepare for the AIR 1. However, some of you or the rank 1 holders might not agree with this statement.

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What are some of the important things one should keep in mind while preparing for the UPSC Mains general studies?

Well, honestly, it depends on what stage of preparation you are at. If you are a newcomer or have appeared for the PT. I am assuming that you have cleared PT and are then going to write for your mains examination. I am going to write from that perspective.

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What are the areas in which IAS works?

This blog will take you to the most asked concern about what is exactly, the life of the IAS officers and in which specific areas they work:

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What are some of the myths about the UPSC CSE?

UPSC civil services examination is the most important as well as the rigorous examination across the country. There are several aspects related to the exam that a candidate should be well aware of, before deciding to undergo the procedure for the same. 

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PSIR Optional is the best choice in UPSC CSE?

Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) is frequently regarded as one of the most popular optional subjects with the greatest potential for student success. 

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What are the small habits which can ensure my selection in UPSC?

Habits unquestionably define a person's personality, and in this situation, they may also make a difference. In addition to creating a schedule and making it a habit to adhere to it strictly, there are several simple tasks that,

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How to make a strategy or a road map for the UPSC 2023?

To prepare for the UPSC 2023, the road map is simple. As the syllabus of the civil services examination is so wide, an early preparational strategy should be planned by an aspirant to perform well during the examination.

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Sovereign Green Bond

In Budget 2022, the Finance Minister stated that the government intends to issue sovereign green bonds to raise funds for green infrastructure.

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Telecome Regulatory Authority Of India (Trai)

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) was established as a result of the opening of the telecom sector to private operators. It was established by the TRAI Act of 1997.

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Agneepath Scheme

The government recently unveiled the Agnipath scheme for recruiting soldiers across the three services (Army, Navy, and Airforce).

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Pallava Dynasty: Origin And Rulers - NCERT Notes For UPSC IAS

The Pallavas appeared as a powerful force in the South in the fourth century AD and reached their peak in the seventh century AD. They were able to maintain their dominion for almost 500 years.

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How to prepare Paper A in UPSC Mains?

UPSC civil services mains exam includes nine papers, out of which, Paper A is the compulsory Indian language paper. this is a qualifying exam, the score received in this paper is not included in establishing the final rank. To clear this paper, you must score 25% or 75+ out of 300.

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How do you remember so many things for the UPSC CSE?

As we all know the UPSC CSE syllabus is very vast. So, aspirants need to study well and they have a lot to remember, things, topics, pointers, and concepts. They have to be aware of the current issues. in order to remember everything, they have to prepare proper planning, strategies and set these in a proper pattern. 

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What about the 2025 UPSC CSE Exam and IAS Seats?

As per the official guidelines released by the government, the total number of seats for the year 2021 was 712, 84 seats less than the previous year 2020.In fact, if we look at the statistics over the past few years, we can conclude that the vacancies in civil services are constantly reducing steadily. In spite of a lack of IAS and IPS officers in the country.

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