IAS Exam Syllabus Fully Covered in Notes Launched by BestCurrentAffairs.com

IAS Exam Syllabus Fully Covered in Notes Launched by BestCurrentAffairs.com

IAS Exam has become a very difficult to crack now-a-days due to its vast syllabus and increasing questions from current affairs. Even UPSC outlines the syllabus of IAS Exam, but questions can come from any topic that even may not be mentioned by UPSC in its notification.

Recently, BestCurrentAffairs.com (BCA) has launched an off-line course (printed booklets) for UPSC IAS Exam. It fully covers the syllabus in detail as mentioned by the UPSC for Civil Services Exam. It also includes the emerging subjects and topics from which the question comes in the final UPSC exam but may not be mentioned by the UPSC.

The outstanding performance of this course can be judged from the fact that in IAS Preliminary Exam 2017, there were 78 questions in General Studies Paper (Out of 100) that came directly from the course and notes provided by the BestCurrentAffairs.com. (Note: Only 64 were required to clear this exam).

The speciality and USP of this course is comprehensive coverage of Current Affairs. According to claims of this institute, they cover more than 30 Newspapers and Magazines to provide all important current affairs to the candidates of UPSC Civil Services Exam.

UPSC or Union Public Service Commission as it is officially called in India, has also increased the current affairs questions in IAS Preliminary Exam to 45% to 50%. In relation to this fact, the Notes provided by BestCurrentAffairs.com outperform all other IAS Coaching institutes in India. See the following facts in this regard:
1.    In IAS Prelims 2017, there were 45 questions that came from the Current Affairs Booklets provided by the BCA.
2.    In IAS Prelims 2016, there were 47 questions in that came directly from the Current Affairs notes provided by the BCA.

According to Geetanjali Kandelwal, who has cleared Civil Services Exam and got IPS says that she is significantly benefitted by this course during her preparation for UPSC Civil Services Exam. According to her, the Current Affairs provided by this institute in very comprehensive and nicely categorised into different sections.

Another successful civil services candidate, Harsharanjeet Singh informed that the coverage of syllabus is almost 100%. There is no need to read any other books or newspaper, if one has subscribed the Course by BestCurrentAffairs.com. He said that earlier he used to devote four hours daily to the major newspapers such as The Hindu, Economic Times etc. But after getting the course, he was amazed to see the full coverage of all important news, issues in the current affairs booklets of BestCurrentAffairs.com.

Current Affairs for IAS Exam includes the topics such as: Economy, International, Legislations, Biodiversity, Ecology, Environment, National affairs, India and World, Important judicial judgements, Government programmes and schemes, Committees and Commissions in news, Energy, Awards, Latest in GK, Important Reports of Indian Government, World Bank, UN, IMF etc. All these important topics are widely covered in the course provided by the BCA.

UPSC Prelims Exam Syllabus:
    •    General Studies Paper I Syllabus
    •    Current Events Of National And International Importance
    •    History Of India And Indian National Movement
    •    Indian And World Geography- Physical, Social, Economic Geography Of India and The World
    •    Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.
    •    Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives Etc.
    •    General Issues On Environmental Ecology, Bio-Diversity And Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization
    •    General Science

BCA has in the process of revising and updating its course for IAS Mains Exam. It will be available at the end of this month. According to the Shikha Gupta, academic head of BCA, the Civil Services Mains exam has undergone a significant change. Their team has prepared the Notes for IAS Mains Exam to cater all kind of questions. After reading the Notes of BCA, a candidate will be able to write good answer in shortest time, she said.
All important charts and diagrams are being inserted to make these notes SMART.

The prime objective of the BCA Course is to help candidates to crack IAS Exam without regular coaching. A candidate sitting at home can now also afford the best content for IAS exam. There are four to five small booklets for each paper of General Studies in IAS Mains Exam in the BCA Course, which can be easily studied and remembered. Without exact notes/booklets, it is impossible to prepare each and every topic from here and there. Most of the candidates unable to clear IAS Exam because they are not able to cover the upsc syllabus required for this exam.

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