The National events play a key role in the IAS Main exam because most of questions came from the national events related to the different fields and areas. National Events are the thread which ropes all the topics of the different fields. The thorough coverage of National Events is required to write any answer in any paper. But answer writing has its own rules and they must be followed. During the preparation the candidates should comprehend the national events, classify them and club them with the related events and decisions taken by the Government Institutions.
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Schedule of releasing notification, last date of accepting application form and date of examination is well stated in the Annual Calendar. Candidates may not apply after the due date, so please check the important date related to the exam for which you want to apply. There will be no change in the exam dates. But in very rare cases the officials will postpone the exam date.
The first thing is that one should check the date of availability of the relevant notification. Visit the official portal of UPSC, i. If you found eligible with the qualifications, then fill the online application in two parts through the online portal.
Here from the below link, you can get complete instructions to apply online. After filling the application, aspirants are required to download admit card, which will be available before weeks of the exam. So, follow these tips along with your preparation plan to crack the exam easily. Start your preparation early as it is a vast syllabus. Make short-term, mid-term, and long-term targets. Start with the most basic textbooks. Make short notes and revise topics on a regular basis. Take mock tests at regular intervals.
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