[Registration Open for Entrance Test] Civil Services – Prelims Focus Group (CS-PFG) 2020 (To be Conducted on 17th November, 2019)


Entrance Test on 17th November, 2019

Any Query Related Contact / Whats app – 9773732309

Fill in the Details – CLICK HERE

Registration for the Entrance Test ( Fee – 200)- CLICK HERE

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Batch Starts – 2nd December

FEES – ONLINE – 1200 / Monthly

 OFFLINE – 1500 / Monthly

[Limited Seats]

The Most Authentic MCQ Based Program and perhaps The ONLY Test Program You need , to Clear PRELIMS !!! 


Salient Features of this Programme

  • Scholarship For First 50 Ranks
  • 70 + Module Wise Tests, 8+ Full Length Tests, 6 Current Affairs Based Tests .
  • 4 Tests per Week.
  • 40 Questions per Test.
  • 3 Rounds of Revisions of each Module.
  • UPSC Previous year’s Practice Papers.
  • In the last Month full length Tests will be conducted.
  • Daily Ranking.
  • Available in both online/offline modes.
  • Detailed solutions would be provided.
  • Dedicated 24*7 Doubts Removal Portal.
  • Regular meet ups once in a month.
  • Surprise tests to check your preparedness.
  • More focus on analytical types of questions and strictly on the patterns of UPSC.
  • SWOT based monthly report card.

Selection or Elimination?

It is said that at prelims stage UPSC eliminates aspirants but selects at mains and interview.

Some of the notions associated with Prelims:-

  • One wrong bubble can change your destiny.
  • NCERTs and The Hindu are losing their importance.
  • No topper have claimed to know more than 40-50 questions and rest of the questions they solve with elimination technology.
  • Some rely more on accuracy Siddharth Jain Rank 11, 2017 claimed he never used to attempt more than 72-75 but still managed to get score more than 120, While others are more dependent on quantity!
  • There is no need to join any test series, one can take the tests from market and practice at home.

One may agree or disagree with the above notions but, one notion is ultimate truth that UPSC in prelims stage is unpredictable, dicey, incomprehensible, luck dependent (if on the borderline).


3 Category of Students after Prelims:-

Category 1:- Who scores way less than the predicted/rumoured cutoff, what they should do is watch some Netflix series from friends account, relax and prepare for next year.

Category 2:- Borderline guys. What they get is sleepless nights, chills and become religious in the hope to get 3-4 questions right by god’s grace. Even if they qualify but they tend to waste precious 45-50 days between prelims date and its result in anticipation of result and by that time one-third of time is gone.

Category 3:- 5-10 marks more than predicted cutoff. What they get is immense confidence, satisfaction and hope. They enroll themselves in some mains test series. These category students are ahead of their counterparts in the 2nd category.

Gone are those days where 3-4 months were enough to crack prelims, but, in these days where competition is immense along with number of seats are on decline, vague nature of questions this exam has really become a herculean task. (You guys are going to compete with doctors from AIIMS, IIM/IIT graduates, a dedicated guy living in some corner of Bihar whose only dream is to become IAS and also professionals from colleges all over India.

One size fits all approach of prelimswill not work for everyone. Because, challenges are unique for everyone. Ex. Some guys face problems in CSAT while some struggles in History.



What needs to be done:-

1) Be motivated and disciplined:- With punctuality comes discipline. This program offers you the much needed sincerity and punctuality to keep your preparation on right track.

2) Quality as well as quantity:- In this module there will be 4 tests per week which will run for 5 months. There will be approximately more than 70 tests in all , wherein you will learn and touch new areas and also practice the art of ‘MCQ Aptitude’ . Last year we have successfully conducted similar program with the success ratio of more than 35%.  In the last month full length test will be conducted.

3) Have faith in us and believe in yourself:Mutualism works, always!

4) Only request from our side:- Try not to postpone the tests, If you want to be in race don’t get out of the track for a moment. Punctuality is one of the three tenets of this program other two being quality and quantity. Even if you are not prepared to give exams, it will be surely beneficial to you.


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CS – PFG is a dedicated program for all aspirants . Here is the chance to prepare yourself in a most rigorous manner  for PRELIMS 2020 and nourish your dream of being a Civil Servant


Civil Services – Prelims Focus Group – 2020 , Starts 29 July , 2019


Entrance Test – 26 July

Only (100 Seats) and Registration Mandatory (FREE)

CLICK HERE TO FILL THE FORM 


Starts from 29 July ,2019

[ 200 + SELECTIONS in PRELIMS 2019 from our PFG BATCH 2019

Alternate Day Test (Monday, wednesday, friday) Assignments for Exhaustive & In-depth Syllabus Revision for

CSE – Prelims, 2020

online /offline

Expected No. of Questions Practised – 5150

FEES – Monthly – 2100 /- (Exclusive of Taxes)

 Complete Course – 13000 /- (Exclusive of Taxes)

Click Here to Download The Program Details


MWF 2020_Syllabus Aligned with Tests


Objective of CS-PFG Program

Chrome IAS Academy is launching a Comprehensive Prelims Preparation Program, Civil Services – Prelims Focus GroupThrough this program we intend to cover the important and essential part of General Studies with respect to Civil Services Preliminary Exam in a comprehensive manner.

Of late a new trend has emerged in Preliminary Exam and UPSC is trying to check the in-depth knowledge and understanding of the candidate. This requires exhaustive preparation, a regular practice with proper revision plan to ensure consolidation. Chrome IAS Test Series focuses on these aspects of preparation and tries to prepare students for facing UPSC Prelims Exams.


How is it different from Test Series?

Test Series, no doubt is important, but that comes once in a fortnight or week. While under ?????, aspirant has the opportunity to test himself/herself on every alternate day and set goals and meet them regularly.

The most important feature of test series is multiple revision tests which helps in proper consolidation of whatever has been studied in last week. Four types of revision tests have been planned:

  • Sectional Revision Tests: These revision tests are placed on weekly bases (after every three tests) so that a student is able to revise whatever studies previously.
  • Subject wise Revision Tests: These tests are placed at end of every subject so that further refinement in subject preparation is done. This helps in strengthening long-term memorizing, recalling capacities.
  • Combined Revision Test: In these the subjects which have already been recently covered are also covered. Like After covering polity and economy, revision of both these subjects will be done. This is to avoid too much gap between 3rd revision of subject.
  • Comprehensive Test: Covering syllabus from all subjects, to check students overall final readiness for examination.

The advantages of this approach results into smooth coverage of syllabus with proper consolidation, which is shown in image below:

  • Tests Per Subject: Tests per subject have been decided based on importance, syllabus of the subject resulting into different combination of tests summarised below.

This approach not only brings organisation into the preparation but every productive day acts as a confidence building milestone. Moreover, the coverage of ????is far more exhaustive as compared to other conventional Test Series.

One might have got inherent talent, but the talent must be polished to lead to success. And CSE is more about hard work. Luck ,can only play its role after we have done our homework. So until you have done what is required there is no point in blaming luck for ones failure. With your persistent and disciplined hard work, you can complete the humongous syllabus and succeed in this exam.

Don’t forget what Einstein said – “Genius is 1% talent and 99% percent hard work.”


Civil Services – Prelims Focus Group – 2020 , Starts 29 July, 2019


Monthly FeesCLICK HERE

Complete Course FeeCLICK HERE


Starts from 29 July ,2019

[ 200 + SELECTIONS in PRELIMS 2019 from our PFG BATCH 2019

Alternate Day Test (Monday, wednesday, friday) Assignments for Exhaustive & In-depth Syllabus Revision for

CSE – Prelims, 2020

online /offline

Expected No. of Questions Practised – 5150

FEES – Monthly – 2100 /- (Exclusive of Taxes)

 Complete Course – 13000 /- (Exclusive of Taxes)

Click Here to Download The Program Details


MWF 2020_Syllabus Aligned with Tests


Objective of CS-PFG Program

Chrome IAS Academy is launching a Comprehensive Prelims Preparation Program, Civil Services – Prelims Focus GroupThrough this program we intend to cover the important and essential part of General Studies with respect to Civil Services Preliminary Exam in a comprehensive manner.

Of late a new trend has emerged in Preliminary Exam and UPSC is trying to check the in-depth knowledge and understanding of the candidate. This requires exhaustive preparation, a regular practice with proper revision plan to ensure consolidation. Chrome IAS Test Series focuses on these aspects of preparation and tries to prepare students for facing UPSC Prelims Exams.


How is it different from Test Series?

Test Series, no doubt is important, but that comes once in a fortnight or week. While under ?????, aspirant has the opportunity to test himself/herself on every alternate day and set goals and meet them regularly.

The most important feature of test series is multiple revision tests which helps in proper consolidation of whatever has been studied in last week. Four types of revision tests have been planned:

  • Sectional Revision Tests: These revision tests are placed on weekly bases (after every three tests) so that a student is able to revise whatever studies previously.
  • Subject wise Revision Tests: These tests are placed at end of every subject so that further refinement in subject preparation is done. This helps in strengthening long-term memorizing, recalling capacities.
  • Combined Revision Test: In these the subjects which have already been recently covered are also covered. Like After covering polity and economy, revision of both these subjects will be done. This is to avoid too much gap between 3rd revision of subject.
  • Comprehensive Test: Covering syllabus from all subjects, to check students overall final readiness for examination.

The advantages of this approach results into smooth coverage of syllabus with proper consolidation, which is shown in image below:

  • Tests Per Subject: Tests per subject have been decided based on importance, syllabus of the subject resulting into different combination of tests summarised below.

This approach not only brings organisation into the preparation but every productive day acts as a confidence building milestone. Moreover, the coverage of ????is far more exhaustive as compared to other conventional Test Series.

One might have got inherent talent, but the talent must be polished to lead to success. And CSE is more about hard work. Luck ,can only play its role after we have done our homework. So until you have done what is required there is no point in blaming luck for ones failure. With your persistent and disciplined hard work, you can complete the humongous syllabus and succeed in this exam.

Don’t forget what Einstein said – “Genius is 1% talent and 99% percent hard work.”


Civil Services – Prelims Focus Group (CS-PFG) for CSP-2019 – Starts 1st December, 2018


Starts from December 01, 2018

30 Questions Every Day for 3-4 Months

Fee: Rs. 1,500/- (Per Month)

Registration Open for Entrance Test to be held on 28th November, 2018


Chrome IAS Academy is launching a Comprehensive Prelims Revision Program, Civil Services - Prelims Focus Group (CS - PFG). Through this program we intend to cover the most important and essential part of General Studies with respect to Civil Services Preliminary Exam. Of late a new trend has emerged in Preliminary Exam and UPSC is trying to check the in-depth knowledge and understanding of the candidate. This requires exhaustive preparation and a regular practice.