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All the UPSC IAS aspirants are often nervous when it comes to IAS interviews, But, now no need to worry. Elite IAS Academy provides you top 10 questions to prepare before you appear for the UPSC IAS interview.  Let's explore the following URL to avail of the details.

Current affairs is a very vast subject. But it's very important if you are preparing for IAS, UPSC, or any civil services exam. Often aspirants are confused about which is the best resource to prepare for IAS current affairs. Well, there are so many resources you can use for current affairs, but Elite IAS Academy lets you know the best resources to know current affairs for IAS exam preparation. To avail of this, visit the following URL.

Online Resources, newspapers, NCERT books, and reference books are the best resources to study the constitutional amendments to prepare current affairs for UPSC.

When it comes to becoming an IAS officer, there are some essential qualities that you should follow. These qualities of IAS aspirants are integrity, honesty active listening, innovation, self-confidence, excellent communicator, visionary, decision-making skills, problem-solving capabilities, self-motivated, resilience, self-discipline, accountability, emotional intelligence, passion, tech-savvy, agility in learning, sense of responsibility, and last but not the least is empathy.

If you are wondering, how should I prepare for the UPSC interview? then you just need to go through the following URL and get the detailed information.

In order to prepare for current affairs, you need to go through reliable sources, Like:-
You can read The Indian Express, The Hindu, and some other newspapers.
The most popular magazines for UPSC current affairs are Pratiyogita Darpan, Yojana, Niti Aayog reports, and Civil Services Times.
Listen to the All India Radio.
You may also browse the web to search for resources related to current affairs.
For more info, visit:

Forum Announcements / Is 1 year enough for IAS preparation?
« on: 2021-09-21, 17:54:03 »
Yes, it's possible to crack the IAS exam in 1 year. Successful candidates in the past years have claimed that one year is enough for IAS preparation. But, you need 100% concentration and dedication to your study. Your real effort will move you close to the target. You must work hard regularly for at least 6 to 8 hours, and it will make you one of the strongest competitors.

Current relations apply to domestic and foreign activities important from the viewpoint of competitiveness inspections, such as the Civil Services, Bank, etc. The reform in the style of exams had played a significant role in assessing the fate of the candidates, problems relevant to current affairs, and the press. Apart from this, there are so many benefits of IAS current affairs in Examination, that you can get by going through the following URL.

Forum Announcements / Essential Qualities of An IAS Aspirant
« on: 2021-09-16, 18:37:55 »
If you are dreaming to become an IAS officer, then you must know some essential qualities of IAS aspirants. Here in this blog Elite IAS Academy let you know some of the essential qualities of an IAS aspirant.

Well, it’s understood that all of us have been making notes to clear various exams all through our student life and also, as and when required. But most would agree that when you aim at cracking none other than the UPSC exam and visualize yourself as a potential administrator, the current affairs for UPSC, of course, does require quite a few specific tips.

Tips to prepare notes for the current affairs for UPSC are given below:
Make sure that the notes you are making are effective
Be selective
Treat the notes as unique for both the Prelims as well as the Mains
Update the notes as and when required
Keep the notes precisely to the point:
Structure your notes specifically
Include the graphics as and when required
Be thoroughly sure of all the facts

Forum Announcements / How can I join IPS?
« on: 2021-09-06, 19:14:42 »
Yes, you can join IPS, But to join the IPS one should fill the form of Civil Services Examination, which is easily available online. Once done, the candidate has to study for two papers. The first one is the General Ability Test (GAT) and the second is the Civil Aptitude Test (CSAT). You may explore more details on how can I join IPS, by going through the following URL.

Forum Announcements / What is the UPSC CSE Pattern?
« on: 2021-09-04, 16:47:11 »
UPSC CSE pattern has three stages, the first one is an objective preliminary exam, the second is a written main exam and the third is an interview. To pass all these stages you need to go through the awareness of reality, precision, and the extent of the UPSC exam syllabus.

Forum Announcements / Know The Magical Tips for IAS UPSC CSE
« on: 2021-09-03, 18:35:18 »
To know the magical tips for the IAS UPSC CSE exam, go through the following mentioned points:-
Take Advantage of the Early Bird Discount
Make a schedule and stick to it
Prepare yourself ahead of time
Start writing
Begin Reading Current Affairs.
Examine the UPSC Exam Pattern and Syllabus.
Read Toppers Interviews
Use the Proper Studying Methodologies
Magazines and Newspapers to Read
Select the appropriate Optional Subject.
Find and Study from NCERT Books


There are so many benefits of becoming an IAS officer some of them are mentioned below. These are:-
The income
Their accommodation
Their holidays and vacations

Forum Announcements / What is the IPS salary?
« on: 2021-09-01, 19:29:18 »
The typical IPS salary is different depending on the level of the IPS officer. Director-General of Police and the Additional Director-General of Police receive around 2.25 to 2.05 lakhs INR.
On the other hand, the Inspector-General of Police and Deputy Inspector General of Police get paid 1.44 lakhs and 1.31 lakhs, respectively. A Senior Superintendent of Police earns about 78,800 INR each month. The pay of an Additional Superintendent of Police is about 67.7 lakh Indian rupees (INR). In India, the basic monthly salary for IPS officers is INR 56,100.

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