Ethics Classes

Under The Guidance of Mridul Purohit

Ethics Classes For UPCS Online Course 2022-23

Some of Sir’s students like
Bhuvnesh Devidas Patil (IAS, Rank 59) ; Shrenik Lodha (IPS, Rank 133); Arvind Sukumar (IPS, Rank 185); H.S Bhavna (IRTS);
Prayas Kaushik (IIS); Amit Sunal (IRS); Mridul Singh (IAS);
B. Rahul (IAS); Mayank Sharma (HAS, Rank 2)
have made it to the Service and are doing great work in their respective field as an Ethical Civil Servant.

What you'll learn

  • Discussions on all units of Ethics GS paper 4 will make you comfortable on the subject matter. 
  • Understand the gravity of Ethical behaviour in public services in a developing country like India. Also how our day to day actions and their consequences impact significant others. 
  • Learning about eminent administrators who have contributed towards making India a robust nation and have truly upheld the spirit of Civil Services. 
  • Values which make governance not only possible but also acceptable in a country so diverse and where expectations of the citizens are rising continuously. 
 
  • Psychological concepts of Attitude and Emotional Intelligence and how they contribute in making us a better person. Also nuances about persuasion and social influence which are integral part of policy implementation.  
  • Understand how some important theories of moral thinkers advanced our understanding of Ethics and how they are relevant for the exam.  
  • Last but not the least , Case study based approach and skills of answer writing as without these success in Civil Services remains a far fetched dream.
  • Answer writing in Ethics assumes importance as it is different from other papers of GS. In Ethics , quote based questions and Case Studies are marks fetching areas. Sir’s approach is to discuss answer writing skills so that you can get command on it.

What you'll learn

  • Discussions on all units of Ethics GS paper 4 will make you comfortable on the subject matter. 
  • Understand the gravity of Ethical behaviour in public services in a developing country like India. Also how our day to day actions and their consequences impact significant others. 
  • Learning about eminent administrators who have contributed towards making India a robust nation and have truly upheld the spirit of Civil Services. 
  • Values which make governance not only possible but also acceptable in a country so diverse and where expectations of the citizens are rising continuously. 
  • Psychological concepts of Attitude and Emotional Intelligence and how they contribute in making us a better person. Also nuances about persuasion and social influence which are integral part of policy implementation.  
  • Understand how some important theories of moral thinkers advanced our understanding of Ethics and how they are relevant for the exam.  
  • Last but not the least , Case study based approach and skills of answer writing as without these success in Civil Services remains a far fetched dream. 
     

Ethics Paper 4 is one of the most abstract papers in UPSC Mains Exam. Our online Ethics classes under the guidance of Mridul Purohit is focussed on conceptual understanding of the Ethics paper rather than mere memorisation of syllabus.

The Ethics Paper was introduced by UPSC in 2013 – and since then there have been many changes that UPSC has made in this paper. Chrome IAS Ethics Classes for upsc with unique content and examples from the lives of bureaucrats make ethics classes by Mridul Sir quite unique and engaging.

Ethics is taught at various places, but the way Mridul Sir has evolved the subject has made it easy for students to grab the subject and also score good in ethics paper in upsc mains exam. The Toppers over the years like – Mayank Prakash IRS , Bhuvnesh Patil IAS , Shrenik Lodha IPS , H.S. Bhavana IRAS , B Rahul IAS , Mridul Singh IAS , Praveen Kumar IPS , Prayas Kaushik IIS , Vikram Singh , Gaurav Sharma and many others have recommended Mridul Sir’s Ethics and Essay Classes.

UPSC Ethics Paper demands good answer writing skills too – which Mridul Sir discussed during the course of the batch. Therefore, it is a highly recommended Ethics Class for the UPSC.

Case Studies in Ethics are of 120 marks , so one must have good command over case studies based approach to get overall good marks in Ethics. An aspirant should be able to write a decent answer to a case study in the Ethics paper that too in 15 minutes for each case study. Mridul Sir’s approach in Ethics Case Study is simple yet effective. Our Ethics Online Classes students have score 140 plus marks in Ethics over the years in Mains exam. Therefore, we reccomend students to have good practice for Ethics Case Studies

Our most popular Ethics Course Options are

1. Ethics Foundation Batch
2. Ethics Enrichment and Answer Writing Program
3. Exclusive Ethics Test Series
 
In all three variations of ethics online course – students get a chance to interact with Mridul Sir at personal level. This helps in motivating oneself and to be on the right track for upsc mains exam. Our Ethics Test Series is one of the best ethics test series for ias mains exam.   We also provide detailed solutions for Ethics mock tests. 

Best Faculty for Ethics

Mridul Purohit

Mridul Sir , guiding Civil Services aspirants since 2016 and have laid the foundation of Chrome IAS to make the journey of Civil Service Aspirants a successful endeavour. Mridul Sir is one of the best UPSC ethics faculty in Delhi

Enroll now.

Student Reviews

Anmol Arora
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One of the best institute for UPSC CSE coaching with finest faculty members and very co-operative staff. Personal guidance and mentorship is the best feature of Chrome IAS, especially with Mridul Sir, with him even difficult things seems easily doable
Indu Nair
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Joined Chrome IAS for ethics classes from June 9, 2021.

Mridul sir uses a comprehensive approach to teach ethics. Best place for learning . Highly recommended!!
Shalini I
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I am attending online ethics classes by Mridul Sir.

Classes are very interactive and topics are being explained with real life examples.It's highly relevant for civil services preparation.
Meghana Sruthi P
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Great for well crafted exam oriented approach. The course has helped expand and enrich my content along with enhanced presentation skills, which is a must for improving the score. Mridul Sir undoubtedly has the expertise of explaining lucidly the nuances of concepts that enhances one's applicability and also equips to answer wide range of questions. His examples and enriching quotes make the class very interesting and lively. Besides the learning experience, classes at Chrome IAS have been super encouraging and confidence-inducing element in my preparation.
Shivani Goyal
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I joined Mridul Sir's ethics online course and without any hesitation I must say it was one was the most insightful and exam oriented approach. Although I already had done ethics during my GS foundation course .. but ethics was grey area for me and could not score well. Mridul Purohit sirs class gave me confidence and in-depth understanding of the demands of examination. Therefore I strongly recommend all those who need special assistance in ethics must meet sir for it. Thank you sir for making me a better and confident person.
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Importance of Ethics Paper

Ethics Paper in UPSC Main Examination was inducted in the year 2013 for the first time when the commission changed the hitherto existing pattern of the Examination.Over the years Ethics paper has remained a mystery for large number of students

40-50% aspirants score below average marks in ethics

1st

Above average marks in ETHICS helps in securing RANK.
 

The variation in Ethics marks is from 70 to 125 out of 250. This gap of 50 marks approx. can make or break one’s chances to be in the final list. And getting marks in Ethics is not tough if the subject is approached with right mindset and marks fetching approach.

Thus it either acts as a road block in your final selection or can affect your final rank.

It is very easy to bring coaching notes and some standard books and highlight the important parts in it but only memorizing content cannot help you score good marks as it leaves you paralysed when it comes to connecting various parts of the paper and writing good examples. Therefore a good conceptual clarity is always desired with above average writing skills. 

2nd

ETHICS demand not only conceptual clarity but also answer writing skills

3rd

ETHICS helps in ESSAY paper to build perspectives 

The importance of Ethics is not limited to GS paper IV , rather it extends to your Essay paper and aids you in coming up with different dimensions in your essay paper. 
So investing your time in Ethics is a wise decision. 

Score in ethics can be improved wih right approach & guidance

Ethics is a low hanging fruit. Make it your strength to ensure your selection.

4th

Understanding ETHICS not only helps you in becoming IAS but also makes you a better person in life. 

Ethics Syllabus

i) Ethics and Human Interface: Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics in-human actions; dimensions of ethics; ethics – in private and public relationships. Human Values – lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators; role of family society and educational institutions in inculcating values.

(ii) Attitude: content, structure, function; its influence and relation with thought and behaviour; moral and political attitudes; social influence and persuasion.

(iii) Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service, integrity, impartiality and non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service, empathy, tolerance and compassion towards the weaker-sections.

(iv) Emotional intelligence-concepts, and their utilities and application in administration and governance.

(v) Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and world.

(vi) Public/Civil service values and Ethics in Public administration: Status and problems; ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions; laws, rules, regulations and conscience as sources of ethical guidance; accountability and ethical governance; strengthening of ethical and moral values in governance; ethical issues in international relations and funding; corporate governance.

(vii) Probity in Governance: Concept of public service; Philosophical basis of governance and probity; Information sharing and transparency in government, Right to Information, Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Citizen’s Charters, Work culture, Quality of service delivery, Utilization of public funds, challenges of corruption.

(viii) Case Studies on above issues