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FOREIGN POLICY OF MODI ERA

India an emerging economy, highest populated nation with 133.92 crores population, potential for huge market, emerging manufacturing hub, strategic location in Indian ocean, house of some of the brilliant and hardworking people, has potential to grow more than a size of 5 million economy as [...]

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Strive for Progress and not Perfection- An essay by our student Sylvester

“I am careful not to confuse excellence with perfection. Excellence, I can reach for; perfection is God’s business.” Michael J. Fox When addicts are released from rehabilitation centers, they are told to follow a mantra: “Take one day at a time.” This means that, they just have to spend the day [...]

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STRIVE FOR PROGRESS AND NOT PERFECTION- An Essay by our student Miss.Nair

Waiting for perfect is never smart as making progress. – SETH GODI It is often seen that humans want everything to be well done or be in its perfect sense. Individuals believe that being perfect for the world is what matters the most. This is where all humans make mistake. One should [...]

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Death Penalty: Should be retained or abolished? – An essay by our student Sylvester William.

“I don’t think you should support death penalty to seek revenge. I don’t think it is right. I think the reason to support death penalty is to save other people’s lives.” George W. Bush Death penalty, also known as capital punishment, is a government-sanctioned practice whereby a person is [...]

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DEATH PENALTY- Should be Retained or Abolished? – An essay by Our Student Shruti Tawade

Death penalty or capital punishment is not new concept in Indian society. Ever since time immemorial death penalty in various forms was prevalent in India. The great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata has reference to ‘vadha danda.’ Death penalty in its cruellest form also existed during Mughal [...]

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DEATH PENALTY- Should be Retained or Abolished? – An essay by Student Shruthi Nair.

Take no life, which God has made sacred, except by the way of justice and law. Thus does He command you, so that you may learn wisdom. Qur’an 6:15 This verse teaches us that although murder is considered a sin, it is acceptable to use capital punishment when required by law. Capital punishment [...]

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Question Paper Trend Analysis of UPSC: Prelims and Mains papers- Part 2

After looking at the trend analysis of Prelims GS paper and Mains GS 1 and GS 2 papers in our previous article, lets move forward to GS3 and GS4 in this article. GS III: The table shows chapter-wise distribution of marks in the paper over past 6 years: Topic 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 […]

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Question Paper Trend analysis of UPSC: Prelims & Mains papers. Part- 1

Considering the vast of UPSC syllabus and the limited time aspirants have to prepare for the exams, it becomes extremely important to analyze different trends of marks distribution related to subjects, type of questions and current events. It helps aspirants to make strategies for different [...]

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Solutions to issues faced by UPSC Exam aspirants:

Our previous article discussed the issues with IAS coaching and problems faced by aspirants. In this article, let us find smart solutions to the problems. 1: Strategy & schedule for syllabus coverage: For better coverage, find overlapping syllabus of mains and prelims syllabus and study in [...]

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Title: Problems ailing the Indian Administration Services Education and Issues faced by Aspirants

Lack of Good education for UPSC aspirants: UPSC exams are conducted to choose bureaucrats who form the third pillar of our democracy. The exams confer  one of the most coveted positions on the aspirant along with huge responsibilities i.e. from drafting policies to implementing them. UPSC exams [...]

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