Crackers Course

  • The crackers course The crackers course is meant for those who have completed their graduation and are about to write IAS exam. It is a one-year advanced course emphasizing to develop the super refinery motor skills like answer writing skills.

    The course covers-
      • Optional Subject Preparation.
      • Preliminary General Studies and Civil Service Aptitude Test Preparation.
      • Personality Test Preparation.

    Here the focus is on –
      1. Basics
      2. Advance
      3. Current issues
      4. Writing practice
      5. Practicing the application of current issues in the theory subject
      6. Weekly and daily tests with prelims cum mains orientation
  • Duration:1 Year

    Regular Batch

    Subject Timings
    Class 07:00 am – 01:30 pm( Mon – Fri )
    Optionals 07:00 am – 09:00 am
    General Studies 09:30 am – 01:30 pm
    Study Hour 02:30 pm – 08:00 pm
    Test Sunday

    Weekend Batch

    Weekend Batches for the Working professionals:

    We have a meticulously designed weekend batches for the working professionals. It covers any one of the BBC as required by the candidates.

    Subject Timings
    Optionals Saturday( 08:00 am – 01:00 pm )
    General Studies Sunday( 08:00 am – 08:00 pm )
    We offer the following courses for special batches
    • Prelims GS.
    • Mains GS.
    • CSAT.
    • Optional.

    As a part of Crackers course, we differentiate from others with a uniquely designed program – Repeater’s Intensive Batch (RIB):

    It’s a pre-scheduled time table based program for the revision and current affairs orientated classes with examination point of view.It goes from basics to advance study.

    It is a focused course emphasizing the writing practice skills. It covers the activities like –

    1. Every Monday – Analysis of previous week current affairs; analysis of an article from Yojana, Kurukshetra, Front line & Economic and Political weekly
    2. Every Wednesday – Mains General Studies test covering all the four papers with an emphasis on contemporary aspects.
    3. Every Thursday – Mains Optional paper tests covering once chapter per week gradually culminating into comprehensive grand tests.
    4. Every Sunday – preliminary tests covering one chapter per week taking the candidate from basics to advance and ultimately to the grand mock tests.

    And covers the following –

      • Mains – 30 Tests
      • Prelims – 30 Tests
      • Mains Practice : 500 Questions
      • Prelims Practice : 3000 Questions
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    The strategy for RIP has 2 Sessions

      1. March to July (Before Prelims Exam)
      2. September to November (Post – Prelims Exam)

    The Interview will carry 275 marks (with no minimum qualifying marks). Candidates, who obtain such minimum qualifying marks in the written part of the Main Examination as may be fixed by the Commission at their discretion, shall be summoned by them for an Interview or a Personality Test. The number of candidates to be summoned for interview will be about two and a half times the number of vacancies to be filled. Marks, obtained by the candidates in the Main Examination, (written part as well as interview) would determine their final ranking.

    Test Series includes two exams
    • Prelims
    • Mains

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