UPSC Civil Services Integrated (3 Years)

Join our 3-year UPSC Civil Services course, tailored for Class 12 students, featuring comprehensive subject coverage, regular mock tests, and expert guidance for UPSC exam success.

  • GEO IAS Live Offline/Online classes available in both English and Hindi medium, ideal for UPSC IAS/IPS or State Civil Service preparation.
  • Admissions Open with new batch starting every month.
  • Batch starts from 27th May 2024. Course completion in around 18 months.
  • Daily 2 classes: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM and 6:30 PM to 8:15 PM + Morning Classes on Current Affairs: 8:00 AM to 09:15 AM.
  • Mode: Offline/Online (Live).
  • Team: Led by Mr. Yogesh Sir, comprising a team of best teachers.
  • Course Size:  1200+ classes of 2400+ hours, covering the complete syllabus from the fundamental level.
  • Course Validity: 36 Months, with recordings available till selections. Facility to watch each class any number of times.
  • Payment Mode: One Time (Discount applicable), Instalment Facility, Loan Facility.

Key Points of the Course

    • Printed notes and books for each subject/module.
    • 24 Mains Tests for answer writing practice (provided over the course duration).
    • Current Affairs classes.
    • Prelims Test Series.
    • Daily and Monthly Current Affairs Magazines in pdf form and in app till selections.
    • Mock Interview.
    • Adequate facility for clarification of class-related doubts.
    • Free E-Library Facility.
    • Access to GEO IAS test series app with more than 15 lac MCQs in English and Hindi.
    • Access to India’s only AI Based UPSC app.
    • Personal Mentor till selections.
    • Weekly Test.
    • Subject Portability (Learn any one subject with two different teachers or in two different batches).
    • Free Wifi Access.
    • Special Discount for Classroom Course: A special concession of 20% in the fee for admission in General Studies Classroom Course at any of our branches for one time payment (conditions apply).

UPSC 3 Years Course Details

Year 1: Foundation and Basics

Objective: To build a strong foundation and understanding of the basics necessary for the UPSC Civil Services Examination.

  1. Introduction and Orientation

    • Overview of the UPSC exam structure, syllabus, and preparation strategy.
    • Introduction to all subjects covered in the Preliminary and Main exams.
  2. NCERTs and Basic Texts

    • Detailed study of NCERT books (Class 6-12) for subjects like History, Geography, Polity, Economy, and Science.
    • Introduction to basic reference books (e.g., Laxmikanth for Polity, Spectrum for Modern History).
  3. General Studies (GS) Preparation

    • GS Paper 1: Indian Heritage and Culture, History, Geography of the World and Society.
    • GS Paper 2: Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations.
    • GS Paper 3: Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management.
    • GS Paper 4: Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude.
  4. Current Affairs

    • Daily reading of newspapers (The Hindu, Indian Express).
    • Monthly compilation of current affairs from reliable sources.
  5. Basic Answer Writing Practice

    • Introduction to answer writing techniques.
    • Weekly writing practice sessions.
  6. Optional Subject Selection ( if opted)

    • Guidance on choosing the right optional subject.
    • Initial reading and understanding of the optional subject basics.
  7. Language Papers

    • Basic preparation for compulsory language papers (English and a regional language).

Year 2: Advanced Understanding and Intensive Preparation

Objective: To deepen the understanding of all subjects and integrate current affairs with static knowledge.

  1. Advanced General Studies

    • In-depth study of advanced reference books for each GS paper.
    • Detailed notes and summaries for efficient revision.
  2. Optional Subject Mastery (if opted)

    • Thorough study of the optional subject syllabus.
    • Regular classes, notes, and practice questions specific to the optional subject.
  3. Integrated Current Affairs

    • Linking current affairs with static portions.
    • Thematic study of current issues (e.g., environmental policies, economic reforms).
  4. Advanced Answer Writing

    • Intensive answer writing practice.
    • Evaluation and feedback on weekly written answers.
  5. Mock Tests and Evaluations

    • Regular subject-wise tests for GS and Optional papers.
    • Full-length mock tests simulating UPSC exam conditions.
  6. Interview Preparation

    • Basics of personality development and communication skills.
    • Mock interviews and feedback sessions.
  7. Essay Writing Practice

    • Regular practice of essay writing.
    • Techniques for structuring and presenting essays effectively.

Year 3: Revision, Testing, and Final Preparation

Objective: To consolidate knowledge, practice extensively, and refine exam-taking strategies.

  1. Comprehensive Revision

    • Intensive revision schedules covering all GS papers and optional subjects.
    • Use of summary notes and revision guides.
  2. Full-Length Mock Tests

    • Regular full-length mock tests for both Preliminary and Main exams.
    • Detailed analysis and feedback on performance.
  3. Current Affairs Revision

    • Regular updates and revision of current affairs.
    • Monthly and yearly compilations.
  4. Focused Answer Writing Practice

    • Advanced answer writing sessions focusing on precision and presentation.
    • Regular evaluation and improvement sessions.
  5. Interview Preparation

    • Advanced interview preparation techniques.
    • Multiple mock interview sessions with experts.
  6. Final Strategy and Tips

    • Exam-specific strategies for both Preliminary and Main exams.
    • Time management, stress management, and last-minute tips.
  7. Preliminary Exam Focus

    • Intensive practice and revision for the Preliminary exam.
    • Special focus on CSAT (Paper 2) preparation.
  8. Main Exam Focus

    • Post-preliminary exam, focus shifts entirely to the Main exam preparation.
    • Optional subject-specific revision sessions.

By following this structured 3-year course, students will systematically build their knowledge base, enhance their skills, and be well-prepared to tackle all stages of the UPSC Civil Services Examination with confidence.

Why 3-Year Course for UPSC

A 3-year UPSC course offers a comprehensive and structured approach to preparing for one of the toughest and most prestigious competitive exams in India. Here are the key significance points of undertaking a 3-year UPSC course:

  1. Thorough Understanding and Strong Foundation

    • Deep Learning: Spanning three years allows students to delve deeply into each subject, ensuring a robust understanding of fundamental concepts and advanced topics.
    • Holistic Coverage: The extensive timeframe ensures that both static and dynamic parts of the syllabus are thoroughly covered, leaving no gaps in knowledge.
  2. Systematic and Structured Preparation

    • Step-by-Step Approach: The course is divided into distinct phases, starting from basic concepts to advanced topics, which helps in gradually building up knowledge and confidence.
    • Organized Learning: Students can follow a well-planned curriculum, reducing the chances of feeling overwhelmed by the vast syllabus.
  3. Balanced and Less Stressful Preparation

    • Manageable Pace: With three years to prepare, students can maintain a balanced pace without the pressure of cramming. This reduces stress and burnout, common in shorter, more intensive courses.
    • Work-Life Balance: Especially beneficial for working professionals and college students, allowing them to balance UPSC preparation with their other commitments.
  4. Comprehensive Coverage of Current Affairs

    • Dynamic Preparation: Continuous exposure to current affairs over three years ensures that students stay updated with national and international events and trends, crucial for both Preliminary and Main exams.
    • Integration with Static Syllabus: Longer preparation time allows for the seamless integration of current affairs with static subjects, enhancing the overall understanding and relevance of the material.
  5. Enhanced Answer Writing and Analytical Skills

    • Regular Practice: Prolonged preparation includes regular answer writing practice, critical for scoring well in the Main exam. Students can hone their writing style, clarity, and analytical skills.
    • Feedback and Improvement: Continuous practice over three years, combined with feedback from mentors, allows for iterative improvement in answer writing and presentation skills.
  6. Optional Subject Mastery

    • In-depth Study: Adequate time to deeply study and understand the optional subject, which can significantly impact the final ranking in the UPSC exam.
    • Regular Revisions: Multiple revision cycles over the course period ensure that the optional subject is well-engrained and can be recalled effectively during the exam.
  7. Robust Test and Evaluation System

    • Frequent Testing: Regular mock tests, quizzes, and assessments over three years help in continuous self-evaluation and progress tracking.
    • Simulation of Exam Conditions: Multiple full-length tests simulate actual exam conditions, helping students manage time and stress effectively during the real exams.
  8. Personality Development and Interview Preparation

    • Gradual Development: Over three years, students can work on their personality, communication skills, and overall demeanor, which are crucial for the UPSC interview stage.
    • Mock Interviews: Regular mock interview sessions with feedback help in building confidence and improving presentation skills.
  9. Flexibility and Customization

    • Tailored Learning Paths: The extended period allows for customized learning paths based on individual strengths and weaknesses, ensuring personalized attention and support.
    • Adaptive Learning: Students can adapt their study plans based on evolving exam patterns, syllabus changes, and personal progress.
  10. Increased Chances of Success

    • Solid Preparation: The comprehensive and well-rounded preparation increases the likelihood of clearing all stages of the UPSC exam, from Preliminary to Main and the Interview.
    • Confidence Building: The gradual and thorough preparation builds confidence and reduces anxiety, which is essential for performing well under exam conditions.

Overall, a 3-year UPSC course provides a well-rounded, thorough, and less stressful approach to preparing for the UPSC Civil Services Examination, significantly enhancing the chances of success.