MBA + IAS Preparation at IIBS

MBA + IAS Preparation at IIBS Bangalore

IIBS Post Graduation + IAS Integrated Foundation Programme for Post-Graduates

Everybody knows the destination, but in the journey of life one should know the purpose of his/her life. Now this is the time to begin your journey of leadership. This is a broad aspect. There are a lot of aspects like career, marriage, finance, relations, education etc. But for a UPSC aspirant, the career as long term it will be civil service. Aspirants will be experiencing the fruit of long-term goal life-long and it is an important part of your long-term goals.

BUILD THE DOOR YOURSELF FOR YOUR SUCCESS

To win you have to begin. To begin you have a right platform at IIBS. Map out the circumstances you need to get ahead in your life. The IIBS IAS Coaching center will make it for you. Take initiative. If you don’t see the door to your success, we guide you to build the door yourself by taking actions in the direct pursuit of your goals. When you are passionate about what you want we will stand in the way of you getting it.

POST-GRADUATION BEYOND YOUR DREAMS! MBA + IAS - 2020

Be grateful for whom YOU are and IIBS POST-GRADUATION PLUS Program, fully appreciates your individuality and all that you have in your life now. You can do the very best with the help of IIBS MISSION which is to empower India's youth to grow up to be the extraordinary leaders. While at the same time striving toward becoming an even better version of yourself than you were yesterday.

List the action steps you need to take to get to where you want to go, to do what you want to do. Make these goals as tangible as possible. One successful goal achieved will build your motivation to achieve the next goal in front of you, and so on. Will these steps all be the right ones? Maybe and maybe not. But you won’t know for sure until you start moving forward. Once you start putting yourself into motion all steps taken are a gift because each right or wrong step will provide you knowledge and direction.

GS Foundation | 2YEARS | 1400 HOURS

1 YEAR WEEKEND FOUNDATION + 1 YEAR GS EXTENSIVE

RECOMMENDED for 1st or 2nd-year college students, with an unwavering commitment to grooming themselves to be extraordinary Civil Servants. The course offers a clear road map to crack the Civil Services Examination at the youngest possible age.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

First and Second Year:

  • Classes on all weekdays
  • Class Timing; 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • 250hours of classroom training
  • Focus on four core modules of General Studies: History, Geography, Economy, Indian Polity & Constitution
  • Focus on General Mental Ability, Reasoning & Reading Comprehension
  • Weekly Current Affairs classes to keep abreast with contemporary developments
  • Backgrounder classes to make a newspaper reading interesting, engaging and meaningful
  • Special NCERT based tests & Evaluation.

Third Year: GS Extensive

  • Classes on all weekdays
  • Class timing: Option to attend classes every Morning/Evening/Afternoon or Long Weekends
  • 900hours of intensive classroom learning for GS Prelim & CSAT; GS Main Paper I, II, III, IV, Essay and the Interview
  • Special focus on Answer Writing Skills
  • REFER THE LAST FOLD FOR MORE DETAILS

COURSE SUMMARY

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

General Studies Paper I

200 Marks

General Studies Paper-II

200 Marks

Total Coverage

400 Marks

 

MAIN EXAMINATION

General Studies Paper I

250 Marks

General Studies Paper-II

250 Marks

General Studies Paper III

250 Marks

General Studies Paper IV

250 Marks

Total Coverage

1000 Marks

IAS Syllabus is a torchbearer for the IAS Preparation as it sets the locus of the studies of every aspect of the IAS Exam. Right interpretations of IAS Syllabus can increase the chances of success in the exam.

UPSC IAS Exam has three stages:

  1. Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type) for the selection of candidates for the Main Exam.
  2. Civil Services Mains Examination (Written) for the selection of candidates for the next level of the UPSC IAS Exam.
  3. Civil Services Personality Test (PT) The syllabus for all three stages of the exam is different from one another and hence needs a deeper look to understand the requirement of each stage of the IAS Exam.

UPSC IAS Preliminary Exam

In IAS Prelims, UPSC tests the analytical, logical and reasonable ability of the candidates. 

The IAS Prelims Exam is divided into two parts:

  1. General Studies Paper-I
  2. General Studies Paper-II

Both papers have the maximum time limit of two hours and the General Studies Paper-II, which is popularly known as CSAT, is only qualifying in nature. The exam is conducted on a single day with Paper 1 in the morning session and paper 2 in the evening session.

UPSC IAS Syllabus Preliminary Exam 2023: GS Paper I

Marks: 200 | Duration:  2 hours

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Subject-wise Division

Detailed Syllabus

1

History

History of India and Indian Freedom Struggle

Ancient History of India

Medieval History of India

Modern History 1857 to 1947

Indian National Movement

2

Geography

Geography of India and

Concept of Physical Geography

Physical Geography

Human Geography

Economic Geography

World Geography

3

Polity

Indian Polity and Governance issues

Union Executives

State Executives

Federalism in India

Judicial System

Panchayati Raj

4

Economy

Indian Economy and Social Development

Basic Principles of Indian Economy

Social Schemes of Government

Social Development through Economic Empowerment

Sustainable Development

Demographics

5

Environment and Ecology

Principles of Environment and Ecology

General Principles

Climate Change and

Climate Summits and Conferences

6

General Science

Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Technology

General Principles

Latest Science and Technological Development

7

Current Events

It covers all the events of National and International Importance

Current Affairs

Current Affairs with all Dimensions

The UPSC does not follow any particular trend in its prelims question paper, hence it is tough to comprehend anything from the previous year question papers. But they can definitely give clarity about what type of questions are asked in the UPSC IAS exam.

UPSC IAS Syllabus Preliminary Exam 2023:

General Studies Paper-II (CSAT) [Qualifying]

Marks: 200 marks | Duration: 2 hours

  1. Reading Comprehension
  2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills;
  3. Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  4. Decision making and problem-solving ability
  5. General mental ability
  6. Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc. - Class X level)
  7. English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).
  8. Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of Paper-II) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper.

UPSC IAS Mains Exam 2020

IAS Main Exam has four general studies papers, two compulsory language papers, one essay paper and two papers of Optional subject. It is a descriptive type of exam and has a totally enhanced version of the IAS Prelims exam.

IAS Main Exam 2020 Syllabus

it can be said that the IAS Main Syllabus is a mammoth expansion of the IAS Prelims Syllabus.

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Name of Paper

Syllabus

Marks

1

Essay Paper

Any Topic/Topics (Current issues)

250

2

GS Paper I

Indian Heritage and
Culture, Indian History, World History, World Geography, Indian Society, Important Geophysical phenomena

250

3

GS Paper II

Governance, Indian Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and
International relations, Welfare Schemes, Statutory, regulatory and quasi-judicial bodies, Role of civil services in a democracy, India’s relation with neighbor countries, International institutions,

250

4

GS Paper III

Technology,
Economic Development, Biodiversity,
Environment,
Indian Economy and its various sectors

Government Budgeting

Land Reforms

Inclusive Growth

Security and Disaster Management

250

5

GS Paper IV

Ethics and Human Interface

Attitude

Aptitude

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

Public/Civil service value

Probity in Governance

Case study on the above topics

250

6


Indian Language Paper

(i) Comprehension of given passages
(ii) Précis Writing
(iii) Usage and Vocabulary
(iv) Short Essays
(v) Translation from English to the Indian
language and vice-versa 

300

7

English


Comprehension of given passages
Précis Writing
Usage and Vocabulary
Short Essays 

300

8

Optional Paper I

As opted by Candidate

250

9

Optional Paper-II

As opted by Candidate

250

List of Optional Subject in IAS Mains Exam 2020

  1. Agriculture
  2. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
  3. Anthropology
  4. Botany
  5. Chemistry
  6. Civil Engineering
  7. Commerce and Accountancy
  8. Economics
  9. Electrical Engineering
  10. Geography
  11. Geology
  12. History
  13. Law
  14. Management
  15. Mathematics
  16. Mechanical Engineering
  17. Medical Science
  18. Philosophy
  19. Physics
  20. Political Science and International Relations
  21. Psychology
  22. Public Administration
  23. Sociology
  24. Statistics
  25. Zoology

    The literature of any one of the languages such as Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, English.

 


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