Author: Deepak Dutt Mamgain, Director, Equations IAS

10 Things Aspirants Always Miss Before Attempting For UPSC/IAS Exams

10 Things Aspirants Always Miss Before Attempting For UPSC/IAS Exams

Since a candidate is permitted only 6 attempts at the examination, all candidates want to clear the examination in their first attempt. Clearing the Civil Services preliminary exam is not very difficult if you plan it well. You need an organized plan and a complete understanding of the syllabus to hit the bull's eye in … Continue reading 10 Things Aspirants Always Miss Before Attempting For UPSC/IAS Exams

How To Choose The Best IAS Coaching Institute – 5 Questions You Must Ask.

How To Choose The Best IAS Coaching Institute – 5 Questions You Must Ask.

Most candidates appearing for IAS Exams are unacquainted with the demands of the exam and examiner. Each candidate has different requirements based on their academic background, financial status, strengths, weaknesses, etc. Clearing the exam without the guidance of a good coaching institute is a tough task. There are a lot of misconceptions and doubts regarding … Continue reading How To Choose The Best IAS Coaching Institute – 5 Questions You Must Ask.

What You Must Know While Preparing for Essay writing in UPSC

What You Must Know While Preparing for Essay writing in UPSC

Novelist Stephen King put it beautifully when he said, “I write to find out what I think.” Writing is a window to your thought process. What you write on paper will tell the reader how you think, how you argue and the way you substantiate your viewpoint. This is why for most competitive examinations and … Continue reading What You Must Know While Preparing for Essay writing in UPSC

South China Sea Dispute – Explained

South China Sea Dispute The South China Sea is considered to be one of the busiest waterways in the world and is a significant gateway for trade and merchant shipping. The South China Sea disputes are maritime and island claims between different sovereign states in the region. The countries party to these disputes are China, … Continue reading South China Sea Dispute – Explained

Citizenship Amendment Act

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) It seeks to allow illegal migrants from certain minority communities who are facing religious persecution or fear of religious persecution in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan eligible for Indian citizenship by amending the Citizenship Act of 1955. (Remember bill is about those religiously persecuted non muslim immigrants from above said muslim majority countries who … Continue reading Citizenship Amendment Act

Abrogation of Article 370 and 35A

Why in News? President Ram Nath Kovind, promulgated the Constitution (Application to Jammu & Kashmir) Order, 2019, in concurrence with the Government of State of Jammu & Kashmir, with immediate effect. The order supersedes the Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order, 1954 and states that all the provisions of the Constitution of India shall … Continue reading Abrogation of Article 370 and 35A

Afghanistan Since 1919

Afghanistan Independence (1919): There was “the Great Game” between USSR and British for supremacy over Afghanistan but in 1919 Afghanistan got independence. Then after Afghanistan was made buffer zone in Britain and USSR conflict in 1919. In 1953 Muhammad Daud, cousin of King Mohammed Zahir Shah (king since 1933), becomes Prime Minister. Daud begins to … Continue reading Afghanistan Since 1919