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How to Prepare for IAS Without Coaching

Millions of people wish to become an IAS officer and many enroll for coaching to crack the IAS exam. But the question is, “can you prepare for IAS without coaching?” After all,... Read more »
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How to Be More Alert At Work While Preparing for Civil Services

Not everyone prepares for IAS exam full-time and many prepare for Civil Services while handling a full-time job. But the stress of preparing for the IAS exam while working can stress us... Read more »

What is IPTV and How Does it Work

New forms of electronic media have emerged in recent years. One of the exciting new TV technologies is IPTV. Internet Protocol television or IPTV is seeing rapid growth across the Asia-Pacific markets.... Read more »

Literary and Non-Literary Sources of Ancient Indian History Part 1

There are 2 significant sources of Ancient Indian history – Literary and Non-Literary sources. This article describes both the sources of Ancient Indian History in detail. Textual Sources Within Literary sources, there... Read more »

Literary and Non-Literary Sources of Ancient Indian History Part 2

Non-Literary Sources There are numerous non-literary resources of early Indian history, the essential ones are– Inscriptions, Coins, Archaeology, and also the version of visiting international tourists. Let us check out each resource... Read more »

Literary and Non-Literary Sources of Ancient Indian History Part 3

Archaeology Archaeology aids us to research the material remains of the past times. Archaeology is really vital to examine prehistory i.e. the time frame prior to the development of writing. Unearthings have... Read more »

Common Mistakes to Avoid in UPSC Preparation

Every year more than 2 lakh candidates appear for UPSC CSE Prelims exam but only about 10,000 to 15,000 candidates are successful in clearing the Prelims hurdle and writing the Mains exam.... Read more »

Complete Details of Fundamental Rights in India

Fundamental Rights, enshrined in Part III, are arguably the most important feature of the Indian Constitution. This post explains all aspects of fundamental rights in India available to citizens as well as... Read more »