• Kumar satyam

          Currently I am following only insights daily current affairs and the hindu editorial.But it takes a lot of time to read daily current affairs and editorial and after reading them making their notes.I have just visited your website and found it very unique and interesting in the way you have provided mind maps and some articles.And also the way you’ve described the three pillars on how to retain any information for long time is quite interesting and I found it very useful.I am also preparing for civils since june 2019 and want to appear in next year prelim’s.It will be my first attempt and I want to qualify it but I am very confused with time management as my 3 to 3.5 hours goes only to reading and making notes of daily CA from insights as it provides CA from the hindu,the IE,sometimes from down to earth and pib.I just want to reduce my time for current content by maximum 2 hours.Can you suggest me regarding this matter?

          • Santhosh Kumar

            Hi. Thanks for your reply.
            1) I have launched the Prelims CA mindmap initiative on Jan 1, 2020, after several requests by members and you. You can access it from this page itself. You don’t need to read any other source. We refer from – Hindu, Indian Express, Live Mint, India Today, PIB, Downtoearth, etc. to cover all prelims related news. You can read/revise all topics in a very short time with these mindmaps.
            2) For mains – refer IE Articles https://www.iasexpress.net/ie-articles/ along with your own reading of daily editorials in newspapers.
            Following the above strategy would radically boost your confidence as well as marks in prelims and mains exam.
            Disclaimer: This reply is updated on Jan 6, 2020.

  1. Randhir Chauhan

    Sir please start mind map for current issues in comprehensive manner as soon as possible. It will be very usefull for us.
    Thank you sir for doing great job for us at such nominal cost.

  2. Sachin Singh

    1-After joining the course, Is there any need to read NCERT+STANDARD BOOK or directly go through your content and study?
    2- Before using mind map ,is any need to read theory of any topic or directly jump on mind map and start study?

    • Santhosh Kumar

      1. If you have more time, you can read NCERT/std books and then read the mindmaps for concept clarity. If you have less time or you just to need to read/revise quicker, you can read only IE Mindmaps.
      2. You can directly start reading the mindmaps. No need for theories.
      All the best for your exams.

  3. Ansh Choubey

    Sir, you are a gem. I wish you could also upload sociology optional Mind maps and charge extra. It would be a great great help for us students.
    Thank you for all the efforts.

    • Santhosh Kumar

      Thanks for the purchase. With Platinum, you can access all contents in IAS EXPRESS except for static mindmaps (offline) which can be downloaded only by Platinum Plus members.

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