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20th June 2017 Part-2: Daily News Analysis
hello sir this is my humble request to u... I hv asked so many times to roman sir and ankita mam but none replied me. plz sir help me. I want schedule fr optional and gs along with ncerts in terms of month duration as roman sir explained fr pt in 9 months plan... I want similar or just rough timetable for gs along with ncerts and optional... sir u just give me one year plan to complete pt n mains .... bcz when I think to complete my optional it will take 6 months minimum then how I devote rest of 6 m9nths fr gs ncerts n pt too.. plz devise rough plan sir
Harsh John
3 years ago
https://unacademy.com/lesson/timetable-for-college-students-2-year-study-plan-upsc-cseias-exam-preparation/WSN9BE19?source=Course print this time table this contains every single finger of a hand that you want to hold and then reduce the timings on the basis of the time you've got for the preparation then Timetable (9 months) for UPSC-CSE (IAS) 2017 Prelims by Roman Saini find the above time table from here or youtube page of unacademy afterwards combine both the time table and create a suitable one for you. hope this answer was helpful. thank you goodnight.
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
thanks you harsh ... may God bless u
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
but it's 2 yr plan I mean if I want to study from this year then what should do? bcz 2 yrs plan is easy to made bt to consolidate syllabus in 1 yr require experience so will u help me fr that
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
but it's 2 yr plan I mean if I want to study from this year then what should do? bcz 2 yrs plan is easy to made bt to consolidate syllabus in 1 yr require experience so will u help me fr that
Harsh John
3 years ago
you have to prepare according to the time that you can provide for the studies afa in my concern I'm giving 25% time for dynamic section and 75% time for static section because the syllabus is so vast just limit your resources and try to do justice to each and every section properly and make a timetable awa at-least cover 80-85% of the syllabus of that. you have to push yourself a bit for that. experience will come according to time. I've also started my studies recently. And being a new aspirant I can suggest you to give 3-4 months for NCERT's (study properly) and rest of the time for other book's what so ever you are preferring. Make a plan properly as shown in those videos as an example.
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
one more thing harsh.. most of the students who cleared this year exam suggest to buy postal material fr vajiram even tina Dhabi consider it mostly in her schedule .. so do u think it would help if supplement with standard books
Harsh John
3 years ago
as you already know that there are ample no of materials available out there you can take them if you want & if you are able to adjust something else more then ncert's and books for each section with the time available for you but in my opinion the ability of a person to right answers by knowing the basic facts + current knowledge should be enough. on the other hand many aspirant would have cleared and probably have topped in the exam without the use of these now it's up to you what resources you prefer and how much you can do. So make your decision by yourself because many people will suggest many things.
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
ok thanks
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
nice advice
Harsh John
3 years ago
no problem at all. ask whenever you are in need. best of luck
Sonam sharma
3 years ago
so nice of u.... thanks..