CSE Mains 2014 is just days ahead. In the present scenario when GS paper has become “the” factor for success, with four papers, it becomes necessary that you appreciate its intricacies. Explicit things are ordinarily known but within the chain of evident some implicit factors could only be known by few.
Most of the GS questions – including that of Paper IV – that comes in the Mains have some present contextual relevance. Delving on this, Chronicle IAS Academy – a sister concern of CSC – has come out with a Current Affairs Modular Course structure.
In 50 hours sharp you would have your intricacies of concurrent relevance of any and every topic of GS refurbished. Moreover it is a known fact that an examinee is fetched with handsome marks if she somehow is able to appreciate the context of the question and its current standing. If you can relate that context within the ambit of your answer then you are winner as your answer becomes more than ordinary, it becomes extraordinary.
Building on this need and requirement of Mains, CSC has specifically designed this course. In 20 sessions of 50 hours, you would be mentored through the dynamic areas of GS portion by our team of experts from each field. Going beyond the explicit and intending to uncover the veiled and the implicit factor would be the underlying USP of this course.
Take for example, everybody is today talking about the failure of State to control inflation but no one is delving on the interplay and inter-fight between the monetary policy and the fiscal policy. Again no one is talking about the judicial sustainability of RBI in its own right taking individual stand on inflation targeting which the Finance Minister has disapproved. Is RBI autonomy a viable approach for India where there is ambiguity of data collection?
Having done with the aforesaid example, CSC would like to stress that this would be the overall approach of this modular course in every subject.
Besides this an updated study material would be provided to all the participating students.
We would also like to announce that a discount and scholarship structure is also available. The Course starts from 31st October and batches would be held at the Chronicle IAS Academy branches situated in Old Rajendar Nagar and at North Campus.
For more details of the programme, visit our website, www.chronicleias.com or feel free to call:
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