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How to prepare for IAS/UPSC without coaching.

Can I pass the IAS/UPSC exam without coaching classes?

The answer is yes, you can pass. But it all depends on the individual/candidate's ability to study. If you take a look at the previous results of UPSC, you will find that there are many examples of candidates who succeeded in the IAS exam without any coaching and fulfilled their dreams without any special financial cost and without waking up overnight...

Is coaching wrong?

No; Unless your institution is misleading you. On examining the candidates who have cleared the IAS exam, we can also see that they had prepared for coaching for this exam without coaching and along with coaching. And some people even quit the job to prepare for this exam and some people have passed this exam at the right time even while working.

Do I need a coach?

If we take the example of a talented cricketer, then we can understand that he has the talent to play better. But still, why do they take training/coaching under many coaches?
Now if we understand this question in another way, if we all were able to read our books on our own at the time of our school/college "then what was the need for us to go to school"?
If we think of achieving success without a coach and mentor, then there are of course many examples that have achieved unparalleled success without a guru, as did Eklavya in the Mahabharata. Although this example is very old, but many such examples will also be found from the modern world who have achieved excellent achievement and place by working themselves.
There is also no doubt that clear knowledge provided under good guidance helps students to achieve success. Note that by saying this we do not mean that you have to attend coaching institutes to be successful in the IAS exam. For example, since you are already a graduate, apart from optional subjects, no special study is required for the questions asked on other subjects in the exam. But it also depends on whether you have studied the the elective subject you have chosen at your graduation, and if that subject is new to you then you need guidance to develop the necessary understanding in that subject.
Apart from this, there are other reasons which we should understand. For example like:
• Can you complete the vast syllabus of this exam in a limited and appropriate time?
• You do not know where to start and what to study?
• Which books and magazines should be selected for UPSC exam preparation?
As we have already understood, this help can only be done by a good, but only a good coach!

What are the characteristics of a good coach?

There are some major mandatory requirements for UPSC exams like:
• Correct guidance (preparation strategies and tips)
Thematic knowledge (study material and notes)
A good coach or a good coaching institute should be able to provide both these essentials. If you are not getting guidance from the coaching institute with relevant and latest strategies, even after spending thousands of millions of rupees there, in coaching classes there is no point in participating. Occasionally, you may have seen students who fail to pass the UPSC exam due to being misled by coaching classes.

Some facts about coaching classes

Classroom Coaching: Keep in mind that not all coaching institutes are bad, and many good coaching institutes value the candidates' efforts rather than funding them and providing quality education. Therefore, not only join the high reputation of coaching institutes by joining them, but take decisions only by understanding the real results given by them and their historical background.
As we understand that coaching class is only a medium to provide you guidance and knowledge. But apart from this, the availability of online study materials and information is also considered as another option. We also do not mean that all of you should start searching this website for preparation. And even if you do this, of course, you can, and we hope that it will not cause any harm, rather it will be beneficial for you.
In addition to our website IAS, there are many other good online coaching websites which are considered valuable and useful by the community of IAS candidates, and which you can trust. Now it would not be unfair to say that good online IAS websites provide many free services as compared to many coaching centers, for which coaching centers charge you millions of rupees for their guidance.

When do you need civil service exam coaching?

Why IAS Coaching?
• If you are completely ignorant about the UPSC syllabus, latest pattern, IAS books, and cannot prepare a strategy for yourself.
• If you have less time (2 or 3 months before the exam), then you need a crash course.
• If you are a person who does not feel confident in living alone or preparing.
• If you want to take the Civil Services Main Examination and you have very little knowledge in the optional subject you have selected, and there is a lack of precise strategy for it.
Take the help of all good websites that provide IAS study material and guidance. Also, you can get all the books required for the Indian Administrative Service, taking advantage of the convenience of free shipping and cash on delivery. And if you cannot gather all these, then you should join a good coaching institute.

When do you not need civil service exam coaching?

• When you are fully confident that you can crack this exam with your own hard work and understanding.
• When you are confident that you understand the UPSC pattern well and can strategically study accordingly, the need for coaching institutes becomes minimal.
• If you are a candidate studying in one of the top institutes like JNU or IIT in India and you already have appropriate knowledge about various subjects.
• If you have already tried this exam with coaching. (That is, you already know the pattern, necessary books, and syllabus and once again you feel bored when you give classes time).
• If you are a serious analyst of questions and exam related activities in the last year.

As we can see, the Union Public Service Commission has made several significant efforts to reduce the impact of IAS coaching and spoon feeding. This includes making changes to the new exam pattern without traditional questions and incorporating questions that require analytical understanding, as well as an IAS selection process where coaching institutes cannot help with much or rote learning.
Conclusion: A civil service candidate can pass the IAS exam without coaching.

In short, the conclusion is that you can pass the IAS exam even without coaching, but not everyone can do it, as it depends on your self-study and ability. If you are good at self-study and self-confidence, you can get success in this exam of UPSC without any classroom coaching.

Today, many online coaching websites also
provide quality guidance and study material. But, understand that no coaching institute or online website can make a candidate an IAS officer, while all of them claim this. So we can describe this combination as 50-50 (fifty-fifty): A good coaching institute plays 50% of your success, but until the candidate makes the next 50% effort, he is not an IAS officer. Can be made.
Through the IAS Planner Website, we are constantly trying to help IAS candidates. We also have full confidence that by ending this barrier of money, time, and distance, we can help all the candidates with this quality study system. Hope this article helps you all. Best wishes!

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