Online Coaching Details



We have been sending all our notes on GS, current affairs, test series and Mains Sociology notes freely in the past for three years to nearly 40, 000 aspirants all over India by a Google group.. We got overwhelming response from the students. Many have mailed me as how it helped them to crack the preliminary, some in many other competitive exams and how it assisted them as value addition even though they were taking direct coaching elsewhere. From our test series and class notes 90 questions came this year. All tests are recorded in public domain and we have hundreds of online subscribers, we have proudly put which test and which question number figured in UPSC GS paper.

1. GS Preliminary as well as mains as per my articles in the home page (Modern India, geography, Polity, Indian economic Development, everyday Science.)
2. International relations.
3. Personalities.
4. Science and Technology.
5. Economic Survey salient points. Budget and Railway Budget salient points.
6. Culture, music, dance, drama, Music Instruments, Tribes.
7. HDI prepared by planning commission.
8. 12th Plan approach paper.
9. Government programmes.
10. India year Book 2016 —Edited Notes from examination point of view.
11. Post 1947 Important events.
12. 14th Finance commission- main points.
13. Various committees and commission reports. – Main points.
14. Second Administrative reforms commission main points chapter wise.
15. Economic terms – well prepared ones.
16. Political History of India – various political parties and politics from the NCERT books.
17. You can see all our articles on “Some thoughts on civil services exams” a series 77 articles planned on GS chapter wise step by step, already there are 29 such articles you can see them in the home page of or in my FB status Note column


1. Daily updates from The Hindu, Business Line, Business standard, The Economic Times and good international articles from the New Indian express.
2. Selective articles from Yojana, Kurushetra typed ones.
3. Selective articles from The Frontline.
4. Selective articles from World Focus main points.
5. Selective articles from the Economic and Political weekly.
6. Selective articles from Science Reporter.
7. International relations – Good articles from The Economist.