Current Affairs – Focus Group (CA-FG) for CSP-2019  – Starts 5th January 2019

Current Affairs – Focus Group (CA-FG) for CSP-2019 – Starts 5th January 2019

CA-FG Program Features: 2 classes/week | Class Duration – 3 Hours Approx | Prelims Specific – Facts + Concepts | Economic Survey – In-Depth Coverage (w.r.t Prelims) | Online/Offline | Relevant Material to be provided after the class | Complimentary: Monthly Current Affairs Test | 4 – All India Comprehensive Tests | Modules: Monthly – Rs. 3000/- | Complete – Rs. 10,000/- | Join First 3 Classes at – Rs 100/-

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Civil Services – Mains Focus Group (CS-MFG) for CS (Mains)-2019  – Starts 6th January 2019

Civil Services – Mains Focus Group (CS-MFG) for CS (Mains)-2019 – Starts 6th January 2019

CS-MFG Program runs Twice a week | 4 Questions per Session (Static Portion from CS-PFG + Current Affairs) | Online/Offline Mode | Content/Pointers on Questions – as a reference | Brief Evaluation | Discussion | Scheduled days – Wednesday and Friday | Program Fee – Rs. 2,500/- per month

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Questions from Chrome IAS GS Mains Test Series asked in UPSC Civil Services Mains Exam 2018 – GS Paper-I

Questions from Chrome IAS GS Mains Test Series asked in UPSC Civil Services Mains Exam 2018 – GS Paper-I

Questions from Chrome IAS GS Test Series asked in UPSC CSE (Mains) 2018

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Editorial Simplified: The Missing Women | GS – III

Editorial Simplified: The Missing Women | GS – III

Sustainable Development Goal 8 (Target 8.6) mentions that by 2020 there should be a substantial reduction in the proportion of youth in the category of Not in Education, Employment and Training.

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Essential Facts (Prelims): 21 January, 2019

Essential Facts (Prelims): 21 January, 2019

Essential Facts for Prelims – CSE 2019. Daily Compilation of Important Factual Information from Relevant News Sources for Civil Services Prelims Exam (UPSC)

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Prelims Test Series – 2019 [Comprehensive]

Prelims Test Series – 2019 [Comprehensive]

10 GS Tests + 2 Current Affairs Tests


ALL INDIA GS PRELIMS COMPREHENSIVE TEST SERIES – 2019

10 GS Tests + 2 Current Affairs Tests


Test No.

Date

Test 1

Feb 10 , 2019

Test 2

Feb 17 , 2019

Test 3

Feb 24 , 2019

Test 4

Mar 03 , 2019

Test 5

Mar 10 , 2019

Test 6

Mar 17 , 2019

Test 7

Mar 24 , 2019

Test 8

Mar 31 , 2019

Test 9

Apr 07 , 2019

Test 10

Apr 14 , 2019

Test 11

Apr 21 , 2019

Test 12

Apr 28 , 2019


Course and Fee description:-
Program Fee:- 3500 (Inclusive of GST)

(For aspirants belonging to North Eastern States and J & K, Fee:- 2500)
One can estimate the quality of the questions by attempting a full length paper .

Fill the Form if you want to give first test and send an email id to student@chromeias.com . Test will be activated.

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An aspirant from Phek district (Nagaland) or an aspirant residing in Karol Bagh (Delhi), which candidate has the fair chance of clearing Prelims ?

One of the beauties of “Digital India Mission” is that it has created a level playing field. Online materials are readily available, regular classes can be viewed but there is a vacuum as far as QUALITY “online test series” for prelims is concerned. We are glad to inform you that we are launching an online test series and in a small way we are contributing in establishing a scenario, where each aspirant has a level playing field.

No matter from where you belong to, be it a village in naxal ridden Dantewada district or ice ridden Dras in J&K, Dreams are same, action might differ.
Can miles truly separate you from your dreams???

Distance is an issue but distance between “You and Delhi” should not become a wall between “You and UPSC”. Your success depends upon how much you are willing to walk. How much you are willing to cover the distance. We are with you in this journey. Chrome IAS will act as a bridge between you and UPSC.
Why price has been kept low? Will it affect the quality of the questions?

Price has been kept intentionally low as the motto of this program is to give a level playing platform to all aspirants at PAN INDIA level and also to spread academy’s name so management has decided to keep this program at “ZERO PROFIT MODULE”.

The distance between dreams and reality is called action. So get up and read. So get up and realize your dream. Get up and conquer.

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Gist of Editorials:  Basic Income (The Hindu) | GS – III

Gist of Editorials: Basic Income (The Hindu) | GS – III

The results of the pilot projects of the basic income scheme in India and other parts of the world have one thing in common — a qualitative improvement in the lives of beneficiaries.

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Gist of Editorials: Hurrying Through A Legislation (The Hindu) | GS – II

Gist of Editorials: Hurrying Through A Legislation (The Hindu) | GS – II

The rules of procedure of the Lok Sabha require every Bill to be circulated at least two days ahead of introduction. This is to give time for MPs to read the Bill and discuss it (or make objections) when the vote on the motion to introduce the Bill is taken up.

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Essential Facts (Prelims): 20 January, 2019

Essential Facts (Prelims): 20 January, 2019

Essential Facts for Prelims – CSE 2019. Daily Compilation of Important Factual Information from Relevant News Sources for Civil Services Prelims Exam (UPSC)

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Gist of Editorials: Parliamentary Disruption (Indian Express) | GS – II

Gist of Editorials: Parliamentary Disruption (Indian Express) | GS – II

  Relevance – Polity & Governance


700 words reduced to 100


Parliamentary disruption which was an exception earlier, have become the new normal.

The Role of the Presiding Officers

  • During this session the presiding officers showed firmness.
  • Disrupting MPs were suspended from the proceedings of Parliament.
  • Presiding officers also changed rules to better deal with disruptions

The Nature of Disruptions

  • Disorders arise due to lack of opportunities to make one’s
  • Deliberate disturbances for publicity or for political motives.

Loss due to Disruptions

  • Significant loss of scheduled time.
  • Derailment of the legislative agenda.
  • Lesser number of bills being passed.
  • Non-reference of bills to parliamentary committees.
  • No time for discussions on any national issues.

Conclusion

Our MPs  have fallen short of their constitutional duty.


 

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