Introduction – QUICK REVISION SERIES – STATIC part of UPSC || IAS - Videos


Starting a Prelims specific Quick Revision Series for Static Portion of UPSC || IAS || Civil Services Syllabus.

This is in addition to our already running programs like Pre-Mix, Quick Revision of Schemes, Current Affairs,Crash Course (paid), Test Series (paid), etc..

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  1. After going through 8 lectures on ancient history and 5 lectures on medieval history of your crash course, I can say nobody can cover the syllabus rapidly and holistically than you guys. Thanx for providing PDFs of all the lectures it is helping to revise quickly. I am obliged that you are providing this free of cost. I just can't invest my Rs. 5000/- better than this. Thank you.

  2. Instead of providing things arbitarily I would suggest provide upsc syllabus topic wise. Its okey if you don't complete the whole syllabus but whatever you cover would be enough to not to seek the same info anywhere else and save time. Now, suppose you will cover important topics still I will have to look for other resources to gather more info about the same stuff; again investing my time to cover the same topic. And then I am not sure again whether I should refer multiple resources for the same topic and how would I revise the stuff? by watching the whole video again? You are requested to please provide pdf with bullet points so that it would be easier to recall without reading/watching the complete context. It would be more productive and easy to revise in final hours. Just a suggestion though, Jai Hind!


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