CSAT - 2019
The Preliminary Examination of Union Public Service Commission for Civil Services Examination is popularly called CSAT or Civil Services Aptitude Test. The CSAT is actually the second paper of General Studies introduced in 2011. The CSAT was introduced to end the use of scaling system for varying subjects in the General Studies paper.
The benefit of introducing aptitude tests in the civil exam is that it assesses your logical reasoning and thinking performance. It is based on multiple choice questions answered in exam conditions. No subject influences, or can have an effect on an aptitude test.
Some changes are made in the format of Civil Services Examination since 2013. It’s for the first time the Indian Forest Service (IFS) aspirants were combined with the Civil Services aspirants and are made to take the preliminary examination. Those Indian Forest Service aspirants who may eventually clear the Preliminary examination have to write separate exams for their Mains Indian Forest Service examination.
OJAANK IAS Introduced GS Conceptor Programme for Students Preparing from Zero level to Advance Level for Union Public Service Commission for Civil Services Examination . This Course includes Pre Plus Mains Preparation for students Interested to give time for their studies .
The benefit of this Course is that student can start their preparation from zero level. It covers all key areas of syllabus such as:Polity, Governance, International Relations, Indian economy , Security , Disaster Management , Environmental issues, Post Independence Consolidation and key topic of economic geography.
In this Course students get Complimentary programme of Current affair and Essay Writing For News Analysis and Improvement of Writing Skills. Aspirants seeking for 2 year and 3 year preparation can opt and get guidance by India’s Best UPSC Civil Services to become IAS Officer.
The Importance of Current Affairs in UPSC examination is immense. OJAANK IAS Institute Introduced Current Affair Programme for Students to get Latest Current Affairs important for UPSC Examination. Crisp news summaries and articles on current events required for UPSC, Civil services. Insights current affairs questions are based on daily PIB, Articles, Editorials , Analysis that helps in facing GS Paper 1.
OJAANK IAS Experts unveiled a number of experience which help students to get an update in daily professional and personal life it makes them able to get all Knowledge about the same and can Prepare themselves for UPSC/ Civil Services.
Current affairs notes cover matters of national and international importance. Preparation on current affairs for UPSC examination is the only key to unlock the exam. Preparation falls under preparing for Current Affairs and choosing what to read and what not to makes a huge difference in the preparation strategy. Success in Prelims and Mains Exam is directly related to an aspirant’s awareness in current affairs.