GS Integrated is a comprehensive classroom program which prepares aspirants holistically for both the Pre and Main stages of the Civil Services Exam.
The Study Circle offers such optional subjects which have maximum syllabus overlap/connection and strategic relevance with the compulsory papers of General Studies.
The study material published by the Study Circle is developed with a clear intention to comprehensively yet in a focused manner impart only relevant knowledge and skills required to prepare for the civil services examination.
Rau’s Test Series for Preliminary Exam is a thorough and targeted assessment programme focusing on the upcoming examination only. The USP of Rau’s Test Series programmes is that they covers majority of the themes on which questions are actually asked in the UPSC exam.
Rau’s Test Series for Main Exam is a targeted assessment programme focusing on the upcoming examination only. The tests are prepared methodically to capture the demand of UPSC by which they cover majority of the themes on which questions will actually be asked in the exam.
The objective of the programme is to work on the personality issue and the knowledge aspect of the candidate. The focal point of the interview is “you” and our Interview Guidance programme starts with keeping that in mind.
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