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Contemporary Issues & Current Affairs Analysis 2018-19
Ayussh Sanghi

181k followers

In this course, Ayussh will comprehensively cover most important contemporary issues for last 12 -24 months in a detailed manner which will be relevant for Prelims and Mains Examination. These issues stay relevant for maximum period of time due to which coverage of such issues will be highly beneficial for aspiring candidates of 2019. The classes will provide a thorough understanding of the topics that will be helpful in solving and writing answers in Examinations.

About this course
Live Sessions

The course consists of 21 sessions of 1 hour 30 mins duration each. Session recording will be provided for all the sessions.

Discussion Forums

Access to a private forum moderated by Ayussh Sanghi where you can discuss and debate with your peers, access learning material and more.

Personalized Learning

All learners will have access to weekly doubt clearing sessions, live quizzes, learning materials and discussion with peers.

Learners will get 21 comprehensive lessons covering all the essential contemporary issues from all dimensions including Polity, Economy, Social Issues, Environment & Ecology and Science & Technology relevant in Civil Services Prelims & Mains in UPSC. Around 100 Issues from leading newspapers that have appeared in the last 12 – 24 months will be covered in a detailed, analytical and comprehensive manner in this batch. Tips will be given on how to write good answers in the famous Q&A Session by Ayussh Sanghi. 
Course Curriculum

The course is divided into 21 sessions in total, and will offer personalised guidance and doubt-clearing to all the learners part of the limited batch.

  • 9th July to 21st September 2018
  • Class Timings: 4:30 am - 6:00 am
1
Approach to study Contemporary Issues & its Benefits & Mains Answer Writing Approach
Monday, 9th July, 4:30 am
2
National Issues I – Ordinance Making Powers, Judiciary, Rule of Law (GS II & III)
Saturday, 14th July, 3:30 pm
3
National Issues II–National Population Register,National Policy Women,Judge Impeachment{GS II & III}
Sunday, 15th July, 3:30 pm
4
National Issues III–E-Governance,Local Self Governance & it’s issues{ GS II & III }
Tuesday, 17th July, 3:30 pm
5
National Issues IV – Bills/ Statutory, Regulatory & Quasi - Judicial bodies { GS II & III }
Saturday, 21st July, 3:30 pm
6
National Issues V–Issues wrt Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population {GS II & III}
Tuesday, 24th July, 3:30 pm
7
National Issues VI – Issues relating to development & management of Social Sector { GS II & III }
Tuesday, 31st July, 3:30 pm
8
International Issues I–India’s relationship with Neighbours, Doklam, Bangladesh, Pak etc (GS II IR)
Saturday, 4th August, 3:30 pm
9
International Issues II – India’s relationship with countries like USA, Israel, etc ( GS II IR)
Tuesday, 7th August, 3:30 pm
10
International Issues III–Policy effect on developing countries on India’s interests,Indian Diaspora
Thursday, 23rd August, 3:30 pm
11
Social Issues I – Regionalism {Meaning & Issues}, Urbanization, NGOs in India’s Dev Process {GS1}
Tuesday, 28th August, 3:30 pm
12
Social Issues II–Communalism–Meaning & Issues,Secularism–Its Meaning,Models & Issues{GS Paper 1}
Thursday, 30th August, 3:30 pm
13
Economic Issues I–Infra Issues-Make in India/ Smart City/Privatisation of Airports etc {GS II & III}
Friday, 31st August, 3:30 pm
14
Economic Issues II–Industrial Issues–Policy Making/ Private Sector Participation{GS II & III }
Monday, 3rd September, 3:30 pm
15
Economic Issues III – National Income/ Growth, Food Processing Issues {GS II & III }
Wednesday, 5th September, 3:30 pm
16
Economic Issues IV – Agricultural Issues- Subsidies, Irrigation, Seeds, Fertilisers {GS II & III }
Monday, 10th September, 3:30 pm
17
Economic Issues V – Agricultural Issues- Subsidies, Irrigation, Seeds, Fertilisers {GS II & III }
Thursday, 13th September, 3:30 pm
18
Science & Technology – Developments in the field of S&T {GS III}
Sunday, 16th September, 3:30 pm
19
Ecology & Environment–Protocols/ Conventions in News/Impact on Environment & Action Taken {GS III}
Wednesday, 19th September, 3:30 pm
20
Securities Issues–Security Challenges in 21stCentury-Naxalism,Organised Crime,Non State Actors' Role
Thursday, 20th September, 3:30 pm
21
Effects of globalization on Indian society & Role of women & women’s organization
Friday, 21st September, 3:30 pm
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Ayussh Sanghi
181k followers

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