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General Studies (Mains Cum Prelims) | UPSC 2023 - Offline Batch

Started on Jun 08, 2022
  • Complete coverage of the syllabus (GS Paper 1, 2, 3 & 4; Essay & CSAT) in a holistic & balanced manner.
  • Intensive NCERT + Pre + Mains + Current Affairs + Full-length tests.
  • Regular weekly current affairs classes, analysis & newsletter.
  • Timely & exhaustive coverage of syllabus by a team of expert faculty with national repute.
  • Handwritten notes; answer writing skill development; personalized mentorship by associate faculty.

300+

Classes

300+

Class Summaries

30

Sectional Tests

10

Full-length Tests
  • Complete coverage of the syllabus (GS Paper 1, 2, 3 & 4; Essay & CSAT) in a holistic & balanced manner.
  • Intensive NCERT + Pre + Mains + Current Affairs + Full-length tests.
  • Regular weekly current affairs classes, analysis & newsletter.
  • Timely & exhaustive coverage of syllabus by a team of expert faculty with national repute.
  • Handwritten notes; answer writing skill development; personalized mentorship by associate faculty.

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Course Schedule

08
Jun
Lecture 1

09
Jun
Lecture 2

10
Jun
Lecture 3

09
Jun
India-Nepal
10
Jun
India-Nepal I

13
Jun
India-Bhutan

14
Jun
India-Central Asia

16
Jun
Indian Foreign Policy

17
Jun
NAM, Look East Policy , ASEAN

20
Jun
Multilateral Institutions

21
Jun
Multilateral Institutions ; Indo-Pak

22
Jun
Indo-Pak

23
Jun
Indo- Bangladesh

24
Jun
India-Bangladesh; India-Pakistan

24
Jun
India-China

28
Jun
India-Sri Lanka

29
Jun
India-Usa

30
Jun
India- USA ; India- Afghanistan

05
Jul
Myanmar, Maldives

01
Jul
Lecture-1
03
Jul
Lecture-2
04
Jul
Lecture-3

19
Jun
Bandung Conference of 1955
19
Jun
Collapse of Soviet Union
19
Jun
Concepts of Colonialism, Imperialism, Neo colonialism
19
Jun
End of Cold War
19
Jun
India and Commonwealth
19
Jun
Nuclear Disarmament
19
Jun
Persons of India Origin
19
Jun
Present World Order
21
Jun
Bilateral Issues

06
Jul
Lecture 18

07
Jul
Lecture 19

08
Jul
Lecture 20

09
Jul
Lecture 21

12
Jul
Lecture 22

13
Jul
Lecture 23

14
Jul
Lecture 24

15
Jul
Lecture 25

16
Jul
Lecture 26

17
Jul
Lecture 27

18
Jul
Lecture 28

19
Jul
Lecture 29

20
Jul
Introduction
21
Jul
Nature of Indian Constitution
22
Jul
Part I, Part II
24
Jul
Panchayati Raj
25
Jul
Fundamental Rights
26
Jul
Panchayati Raj System
27
Jul
Fundamental Rights
28
Jul
Fundamental Rights
29
Jul
Fundamental Rights and DPSPs
31
Jul
DPSPs And Fundamental Duties
01
Aug
Judiciary
02
Aug
Judiciary, 5th and 6th Schedule
03
Aug
Forest Laws, Anti Defection Law
04
Aug
President
05
Aug
President
07
Aug
President
08
Aug
President
09
Aug
President
10
Aug
President
12
Aug
President and Vice President
16
Aug
Attorney General of India and Council Of Ministers
17
Aug
Historical Underpinnings
18
Aug
Historical Underpinnings
19
Aug
Council of Ministers and PM
21
Aug
Forms of Govt and Parliament
22
Aug
Parliament
23
Aug
Speaker, Types of Bills
24
Aug
Emergency
25
Aug
Types of Bills
28
Aug
Budget
29
Aug
Parliamentary Committees
30
Aug
Parliamentary Motions
31
Aug
Role of Civil Services in Democracy
01
Sep
Elections in India
02
Sep
Representations of People's Act

05
Sep
Fundamentals Related to Governance
06
Sep
Types of Governance
07
Sep
Centre-State Relationship
12
Sep
Disputes Related to Centre-State Relationship
13
Sep
Centre-State Relations
14
Sep
Public Service Commission
15
Sep
Election Commission
16
Sep
Local Self Governance and Cooperatives

19
Sep
Introduction and Indus Valley Civilisation
20
Sep
Chalcolithic Culture, Aryans , Vedic and Later Vedic Phase
21
Sep
Mahajanapadas and Buddhism
22
Sep
Buddhism and Jainism
23
Sep
Jainism, Ajivikas,Iranian and Macedonian Invasian and Mauryan Empire
24
Sep
Ashoka, Post Mauryan Empire and Gupta Dynasty
Gupta Dynasty , Phase of Harshavardhan and History and Culture of South India.
27
Sep
Ancient History Sub Topic-History and Culture of South India And Medieval India

28
Sep
Developments in Central and West Asia from 7th Century A.D.
06
Oct
Developments in Central and West Asia from 7th Century A.D. - 2
07
Oct
Cultural Growth and Development during The Sultanate Phase
09
Oct
Evolution of architecture during the Sultanate Phase, The Vijayanagar Kingdom and Bahmani Kingdom ,The Mughal Empire
10
Oct
The Sur Empire and the Mughal Empire
11
Oct
The Mughal Empire and Maratha Kingdom
12
Oct
Architecture, Paintings , Language and Literature during the Mughal Phase

17
Oct
History of Modern India 1
18
Oct
History of Modern India 2
History of Province of Mysore and Punjab since the middle of 18th Century
20
Oct
Economic Policies , Administrative Structure and Organisations under British India
21
Oct
Administrative Structure , Socio- Cultural Policies of the British East India company._The Revolt of 1857
26
Oct
The Revolt of 1857 and Indian National Movement
27
Oct
Indian National Movement
28
Oct
Indian National Movement 2
31
Oct
Indian National Movement -II
03
Nov
Indian National Movement -III
04
Nov
Indian National Movement -IV
05
Nov
Indian National Movement -V
14
Nov
Growth and development of Left wing Ideology and_Peasants Movement in Modern India
15
Nov
Working Class Movement, States People's Movement and Socio- Religious Reform Movement_
16
Nov
Socio Religious Reform Movements
17
Nov
Depressed Class Movement, Growth and Development of Education under Crown Rule and Growth and Development of Revolutionary Activities and Movement
18
Nov
Growth and Development of Revolutionary Activities and Movements._Growth and development of Press in Modern India
21
Nov
.

18
Jun
Test 1

25
Jun
Test 2

02
Jul
Test 3

09
Jul
Test 4

19
Jun
Test Discussion 1

26
Jun
Test Discussion 2

03
Jul
Test Discussion 3

10
Jul
Test Discussion 4

Test Discussion 5

18
Jun
Lecture 1

25
Jun
Lecture 2

02
Jul
Lecture 3

09
Jul
Lecture 4

16
Jul
Lecture-5

23
Jul
Lecture-6

30
Jul
Lecture-7

06
Aug
Lecture-8

13
Aug
Lecture-9
.

20
Aug
Lecture-10

27
Aug
Lecture-11

03
Sep
Lecture-12

10
Sep
Lecture-13

17
Sep
Lecture-14

24
Sep
Lecture-15

01
Oct
Lecture 16

08
Oct
Lecture-17

15
Oct
Lecture 18

22
Oct
Lecture 19

24
Oct
Lecture 20

29
Oct
Lecture 21

05
Nov
Lecture 22

12
Nov
Lecture 23

19
Nov
Lecture-24

26
Nov
Lecture-25

03
Dec
Lecture-26

10
Dec
Lecture 27

14
Jan
Lecture 28

21
Jan
Lecture 29

28
Jan
Lecture 30

25
Sep
June
24
Sep
July
15
Oct
August
16
Nov
September
16
Nov
October

29
Sep
Concepts
30
Sep
Basic Concepts of Disaster Management
01
Oct
Disaster Management Act and other concepts

21
Nov
Industrial Revolution
22
Nov
American War of Independence and American Revolution_French Revolution
23
Nov
French Revolution
24
Nov
Unification of Italy_Unification of Germany
25
Nov
Moroccan Crisis_Balkan Crisis_First World War_Russian Revolution
28
Nov
Russian Revolution_Developments between 2 World Wars
29
Nov
The Course of 2nd World War_Chinese Revolution_Suez Canal Crisis
30
Nov
Cuban Missile Crisis_Vietnam Crisis_Decline and Disintegration of Soviet Union_Decolonisation of African Continent

01
Dec
Reorganization and Consolidation
02
Dec
Political Reorganization_Economic Reorganization and Consolidation
05
Dec
Social Reorganization and Consolidation__Miscellaneous Topics of History

13
Dec
Miscelleanous
14
Dec
Miscellaneous_Earth's Interior
16
Dec
Continental Drift Theory and Plate Tectonics
17
Dec
Plate Tectonics_Volcanoes_Earthquake_Fold Mountains_Tsunami
19
Dec
Rocks_Climatology
20
Dec
Atmosphere - 1
21
Dec
Atmosphere - 2
09
Jan
Cyclones and Anticyclones
10
Jan
Atmosphere and Ocean
11
Jan
Hydrosphere
16
Jan
Natural Vegetation and Soil

22
Dec
Introduction
23
Dec
Indian Subcontinent
13
Jan
Indian Physiography
15
Jan
The Great Himalayas
17
Jan
The Himalayas
18
Jan
The Himalayas and The Great North Indian Plain
19
Jan
The Great North Indian Plains-_Rajasthan Plains
20
Jan
Geo Rajasthan &_Punjab plains
21
Jan
Indian_GeoGangetic_&_Brahmaputra_plains
22
Jan
Indian_geoDeltaic_plain_&_Peninsular_India
23
Jan
Indian_GeographyPeninsular_plateau
24
Jan
Indian_GeographyPeninsular_plateau
27
Jan
ChotaNagpur Plateau , Shillong Plateau and Maharashtra Plateau

05
Jan
English Comprehension -1

Key Highlights

Skill development/breakthrough sessions
Skill development/breakthrough sessions
Visiting faculty delivering lectures on selected topics
Visiting faculty delivering lectures on selected topics
Access to GS Kit with 25+ booklets
Access to GS Kit with 25+ booklets
Outside class support with world-class app
Outside class support with world-class app

About the Faculty

Dimple Nankani
Dimple Nankani

Dimple Nankani is presently associated with Edukemy as a faculty of Current Affairs and Environment. Over the past year, she has been mentoring...

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Tahleel Shah
Tahleel Shah

Tahleel Shah is one of the renowned names in the UPSC domain who is currently associated with Edukemy as a faculty of Economics. He has made a huge...

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Shabbir Bashir
Shabbir Bashir

Shabbir A Bashir is one of the co-founders of Edukemy and industry’s most lauded professor in UPSC preparation. He has been in the industry...

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Dr. R C Sinha
Dr. R C Sinha

Senior Academician and Civil Services Mentor.
Mr. Sinha is a esteemed Senior faculty, academician in India Since...

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Jojo Mathew
Jojo Mathew

Jojo Mathew is a well know and reputed UPSC CSE Teacher. Starting in 1999 with “Current Affairs Crash Course for UPSC Mains Exam” he...

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Manish K Gautam
Manish K Gautam

A proud alumnus of BHU and a former Deputy Commandant at CISF, Manish K Gautam, has mentored thousands of UPSC CSE aspirants and helped them...

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Ritesh R. Jaiswal
Ritesh R. Jaiswal

Mr. Ritesh R. Jaiswal, Faculty for Science and Technology, is well known and revered among aspirants for his teaching style that resonates with the...

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Frequently Asked Questions

UPSC CSE requires clear understanding of the basic concepts along with an analytical mind to vision the world in new and solution-oriented ways. Starting from NCERTs, the General Studies (Mains Cum Prelims) | UPSC 2023, does exactly that!

 

Our expert best-in-class faculties, first build the base on which detailed and analytical discussions can follow, and then inter-link the topics to create complete understanding of the syllabus, so that aspirants not only have textbook knowledge but can also apply it in real life scenarios.

 

We shape civil servants out of aspirants!

 

This programme is ideal for all UPSC CSE 2023 Aspirants.

  • 300+ sessions spread over a duration of 10.5 Months (Each session with 2.5 hours).
    • GS Foundation: 236
    • CSAT: 28
    • Post Test Discussion: 28
    • Skill development/Issue based/strategy sessions: 10
  • 822+ hours of Program for complete course coverage.
  • Class commencement date: June 08, 2022.
  • 3-day orientation classes on the basic details required for UPSC preparation.
*Class commencement date:
  • Karol Bagh Center - June 08, 2022.
  • Shalimar Center - June 11, 2022.

  • GS Foundation course covers the complete UPSC CSE Syllabus (GS Paper 1, 2, 3 & 4; Essay and CSAT) for Prelims & Mains along with Interview guidance in a holistic and balanced manner with focus on most relevant concepts from previous year's papers.
  • Complete coverage of basics from NCERTs, IGNOU Notes and the standard textbooks, along with discussion on relevant issues, reports and surveys.
  • Initial 15 - 20 mins of every class will be focused on disscusion of the activities given in the previous class.
  • Weekly current affairs classes (Every Saturday @ 1:30 - 3 p.m.) by Jojo Mathew and Manish K Gautam along with concept interlinking.
  • It includes Regular Tests, Answer Writing Practice Sessions, NCERT + Module based + Pre + Mains UPSC Test Series.
  • Weekly, monthly magazines, 25+ booklets (Study material) will be provided.
  • Personalized suggestions and Feedback by associate faculty (for doubt clearing, evaluation of the assignments, support on the telegram channels) along with easy access to the front line faculty.
  • Outside class support through app-based activities and tests.

  • 16 NCERT based and 14 modules based tests to track your level of preparation.
  • 10 Simulated Full-length Tests of foundational level, advanced level & comprehensive type for effective learning.
  • Daily class assignments or Mains based answer writing practice with evaluation by associate faculty/academic coordinators.
  • Test Papers will be evaluated by a team of subject experts & faculty members.
  • Detailed feedback on our app - Korrecto with in-depth feedback on your paper, line-by-line comments on your answers for improvement & hyperlink to reference reading material.

  • Students have the choice to ask doubts, and interact with the faculty in real time. This enhances class engagement and retainability of the key concepts.
  • Well designed pedagogy as per changing trends of the examination.
  • Peer interaction and discussion platforms ensure that you stay connected to other aspirants and remain in a mind simulating and competitive environment throughout your preparation.
  • Our faculties with cumulative experience of more than 80+ teaching years are also involved in curating and overviewing all the content and tests, to ensure quality and coherence with UPSC CSE exam.
  • Our handout includes hand-written notes with proper flow charts, diagrams, data, and links to help better learning.
  • Mains Answers are checked by Subject Experts, who provide prompt feedbacks and suggest students corrective measures they should take to write answers intuitively.
  • Our team is committed towards input (timely coverage of syllabus, content, thought provoking sessions, study material) and output (regular descriptive and objective tests with UPSC compatible questions and evaluation, AIR across all the centers, ) based approach.
  • Flexibility in moving through the batches (Strictly only for students with genuine reasons).

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