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Coach UP IAS Has one Of the best Proficient Faculty following tested and unique pedagogy and especially who are passionate about teaching and helping students.

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Considering the latest trend and actual standards of each stage of prelims ,mains and interview We Provide Integrated insight into UPSC CSE .

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Fast track course specially designed for prelims and mains including one year current affairs,test series, previous years question solving session, online videos.

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AaRAMBH is specially designed for IAS/PCS aspirants having the target for comprehensive coverage of preliminary plus mains syllabus and interview guidance.

Welcome To CoachUp IAS

Coach UP IAS Academy is one of the Best IAS PCS Coaching in Lucknow

Nowadays Lucknow is the hub for IAS aspirants, who are looking to get into one of the prestigious institutes. Students preparing for their Civil Services Exams acknowledge that Coach UP IAS Academy is one of the Best IAS PCS Coaching in Lucknow. With competition increasing every year, many students across the country are finalizing their destination as Lucknow for IAS Preparation. You can choose Coach UP IAS For Preparation of IAS/PCS/PCS-J Exam in the best possible way.

COACHUP IAS conducts an interview guidance lecture on "How to prepare for the UPSC Civil Services interview" in the first week of December every year for the students who have written the Main exam in October.

The main interview programmes begin a week after the Main exam results are announced. The programme consists of 4 classes, 2 Mock interviews and a personal sitting session.

A candidate can opt to join all the interview programme or opt for any one depending on his interview date scheduled by the UPSC.

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Ethics Module

  • Jan 26, 2020|
  • Lucknow

Ethics Module Target 120+ with a balanced focus on theory and case studies.

Public Administration Opt

  • Nov 2, 2019 |
  • Lucknow

Comprehensive/ mind mapping/ extra session for answer writing, By Ashutosh Sir ( Gold Medlist). enabling students in framework formation with effective content.

GS Foundation

  • Jan 29, 2018 |
  • Lucknow

For GS Prelims and mains with an approach of developing factual and analytical strength to enable aspirants to clear the exam

ImportantFAQS ?

  • 1.Revise,Revise and Revise: Whatever subject and topic you are studying, make sure to revise and remember so you do not make lose marks in those topics. Without proper revision, you will probably carry more confusion into the exam hall and end up with a higher negative score that will undo all the good work that you have otherwise done.
  • 2.Make assessment on Facts vs Concepts: The UPSC prelims over the last few years in core subjects has become quite conceptual. So look at the last 4-5 year’s question papers and make an assessment of the type of questions that are asked on each subject. For example, in Polity, you do not need to rote learn names of past Presidents, Election Commissioners etc. (Qs used to be asked on them earlier but not anymore). The Economy paper is now highly conceptual and highly scoring. So concentrate on understanding the basics. Make assessment of all subjects. If your preparation is a mismatch to the exam pattern, then you will only be wasting time.
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    Ans : Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts Civil Services Exam (IAS Exam) annually to select candidates for various Government posts. The UPSC CSE exam is conducted in 2 – stages: Preliminary & Mains. UPSC CSE Preliminary Exam is objective type in nature, whereas, the UPSC CSE Mains exam comprises of 9 Subjective papers and a Personality Test (Interview). Here, we will be discussing everything that a UPSC IAS aspirant needs to know about UPSC CSE Preliminary Exam in detail. UPSC CSE Preliminary Exam is a screening test to select candidates for Civil Services Main Examination. It comprises of 2 compulsory Papers that are conducted on same day in two – sessions via offline mode (pen – paper).
    1. Both the papers of UPSC CSE Prelims exam will be objective type in nature (multiple choice questions).

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    Ans.- There are many important aspects to be kept in mind while choosing an Optional Subject :-
    1. Interest and academic background of the aspirant:
    Kindly identify your interest in a subject by exploring about it through school level NCERT’s (Class 11th and 12th preferably), going through Optional subject syllabus and your comfort level in reading the subject. For example:

    (a) If you are from Commerce background, look for what you have already studied in college and choose accordingly between Commerce, Management or Public Administration.
    (b) If you are from Engineering background, check the syllabus and content of optional subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Maths., Engineering optional – Civil, Electrical, Mechanical etc.

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    Get familiar with UPSC
    First get familiar with the process of UPSC Civil Services Exam.
    Generate interest and curiosity regarding the services and whole exam process.
    You can visit toppers blog and see their open session available on youtube. But be cautious not to over indulge in following many videos. Take clues from select topper’s experience and adopt a strategy effectual & convenient to you.
    It is important that you keep track of the learnings and strategy which you get from those blogs/sessions. Incorporate the ones which are most suitable to you.

    UPSC Exam Preparation:
    UPSC releases its exam calendar a year before the exam. A candidate should start his/her preparation at least a year before the prelims exam he/she is planning to appear in.
    1. Before starting preparation you should through the Syllabus of both prelims and mains exam.
    2. Further a candidate should go through the past few year’s questions papers of both prelims and main exam.

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