- Equally focused on Static and Current Affairs
- Designed as per UPSC pattern and latest trends
- Complete topic-wise coverage of UPSC syllabus
- Detailed explanation
- Focus on individual mentoring and handholding
|Sectional Tests||Full-Length Tests||Total Tests|
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PRELIMS TEST SERIES – 2022
Total Tests: 25
General Studies: 15 Sectional + 4 Full Lengths
CSAT: 4 Sectional + 2 Full Lengths
Model Answers only
|1||23 Jan 2022||Sunday||Science & Technology
CA – Apr, 2021
|Space and Astronomy.
Nuclear Science and Technology.
Robotics, Nanotechnology and IPRs
IT and Computers
Miscellaneous Initiatives in News.
|2||30 Jan 2022||Sunday||Economy 1
CA – May, 2021
Planning & Niti Aayog
|3||6 Feb 2022||Sunday||Economy 2
CA – Jun, 2021
Balance of Payment
|5||13 Feb 2022||Sunday||Environment 1- Ecology & Ecosystem; Pollution
CA – Jul, 2021
|Concept of Ecology
Concept of Environment
Functions of Ecosystem
Pollutants at different trophic level
Types of Ecosystems
|6||20 Feb 2022||Sunday||Environment 2 – Biodiversity & Climate Change
CA – Aug, 2021
India & Climate change
National Environmental laws/acts, Miscellaneous Topics.
|7||27 Feb 2022||Sunday||General Geography;
World Geography & Mapping
CA – Sep, 2021
|8||CSAT 2||CSAT: Data Interpretation + Quantitative Mathematics|
|9||6 Mar 2022||Sunday||India – Physical, Human & Economic Geography
CA – Oct, 2021
|10||13 Mar 2022||Sunday||International Relations; International Bodies; Summits & Reports
CA – Nov, 2021
Summits & Reports.
|11||20 Mar 2022||Sunday||Ancient and Medieval
CA – Dec, 2021
|Ancient & Medieval:
Administration and Revenue,
|12||27 Mar 2022||Sunday||Art & Culture
CA – Apr to Dec, 2021
|Art & Culture:
Literature & Education Institutions
Ancient Indian Science and Technology
|13||CSAT 3||CSAT: Logical reasoning and analytical ability; Decision making and problem solving; General mental ability.|
|14||3 Apr 2022||Sunday||
|Eighteenth Century India, British Expansion and Consolidation in India.
British Administration, Changes and Impact by the British on Indian Economy.
Changes and Impact brought by British Rule in Indian Polity, Administration and Society.
Uprisings, Revolt of 1857.
Socio- Religious Reform Movements.
Emergence of Modern Indian Nationalism.
Gandhi and the developments in Indian National Movement.
Indian National Movement during Post-war, Freedom of India, Phase 1922- 1929.
Civil Disobedience Movement 1930-34 and Events Leading to Quit India.
Quit India Movement, Indian National Movement towards freedom.
Indian National Movement during Post-war, Freedom of India.
|15||10 Apr 2022||Sunday||Polity 1
CA – Jan, 2022
Making of the Constitution
Salient Features of the Constitution.
Preamble of the Constitution.
Union and its Territory
Directive Principles of State Policy
Amendment of the Constitution.
Basic Structure of the Constitution
|16||17 Apr 2022||Sunday||Polity 2
CA – Feb, 2022
Union and the States
Scheduled and Tribal Areas
Constitutional and Non-Constitutional Bodies
Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes
Other Miscellaneous topics
|17||24 Apr 2022||Sunday||Social Issues & Government Schemes.||Current Social Issues & Government Schemes.|
|18||CSAT 4||CSAT: Reading Comprehension.|
|19||1 May 2022||Sunday||Budget, Economic Survey, India Year Book
CA – Mar, 2022
Economic Survey 2022-22
India Year Book – 2022
|20||8 May 2022||Sunday||GS – Full Length Test 1||Full Syllabus|
|21||15 May 2022||Sunday||GS – Full Length Test 2||Full Syllabus|
|22||22 May 2022||Sunday||GS – Full Length Test 3||Full Syllabus|
|23||CSAT – Full-Length Test 1|
|24||29 May 2022||Sunday||GS – Full Length Test 4||Full Syllabus|
|25||CSAT – Full-Length Test 2|
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