PERIODICAL – CA Magazine

CHROME IAS, as an institution believes in the capacity of individuals and their own innovative ways to excel in life. Over the years, large section of aspirants have believed that UPSC can be cleared with shortcuts, we strongly oppose this misplaced notion. It is truly said , ‘ There is no elevator to Success, You have to take the Stairs‘.

Having said this, one important fact to be understood is that it is not just Content rather  ‘relevant and filtered content’ which makes the perfect recipe for the exam.

We believe, as the aspirant is the main stakeholder in the preparation , so the onus lies on him/her to gather information and process it to a deeper level for the better  understanding of important topics.

But at the same time another reality of the preparation is that there are numerous sources at students disposal and one has to cover multiple subjects including optional in limited time frame. Thus at times the preparation seems to be going out of hand and become off track. Thus one needs to refine his/her choices of reading and here the importance of relevant and filtered content comes into play.

Owing to this fact – CHROME IAS is starting   a monthly/Quarterly initiative to help aspirants focus on relevant areas and revisit crucial issues for prelims and Mains.

This is going to work as a VALUE ADDITION to the existing knowledge base of the candidate and can go a long way to supplement the overall preparatory level.

Students can keep watch over here for the updates of the magazine. Following versions of PERIODICAL would be available :


PRELIMS – PERIODICAL

Monthly – Download Sample PERIODICAL

Quarterly – Coming Soon


PRELIMS PERIODICAL - Chrome IAS - Sample

MAINS – PERIODICAL

Monthly – Download Sample PERIODICAL

Quarterly – Coming Soon


MAINS PERIODICAL - Chrome IAS - Sample

The idea behind PERIODICAL is to give you 3 C’sContext, Content and Coverage at one place so that one has to refer limited resources in ones preparation without getting confused about what to refer and what to avoid. This has a dual objective – one it gives you an edge in the competition when you read any topic (Prelims or Mains) in entirety , second it saves your time as we intent to make the coverage as holistic as possible.  This can help students in connecting the dots especially in Mains , where one has to present a comprehensive answer and in Prelims – as it is the ‘Test of Recognition‘, so if one has gone through the topic broadly, s/he can eliminate the options with ease.