Shubhra Ranjan IAS, one of the most renowned coaching institutes for Civil Services Examinations conducted by UPSC,has launched a resilient hyper model to coach its students for UPSC. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Institute has deployed technology and innovation to facilitate learning beyond the traditional classroom model.
The hyper model gives aspirants the choice to either avail online coaching or attend classes physically at any of SR IAS centers. It also gives them the flexibility to combine both online and offline modes. The Institute will be conducting LIVE classroom programmes for General Studies and Optional subjects at Pune, Bengaluru and Hyderabad by connecting the Delhi classroom directly to the three centers. Teachers will conduct separate Q&A sessions for all three centers to clear the students’ doubts.
SRIAS has also launched a GS Prelims-cum-Mains Tablet Course where in the student is provided a T295N Samsung 8-inch Tablet (WiFi+LTE, 32-GB)exclusively configured to use Shubhra Ranjan Tablet App.The course lectures are relayed on the tablet, followed by Q&A sessions. Over 300 GS Course lectures are also available in recorded format on the tablet with 2,250 hours of viewing time.Other Tablet Courses, such as Sociology + GS Prelim-cum-Mains, are also available at SRIAS.
“We have improvised our processes to ensure that the pandemic does not hinder the learning outcomes of our students. We have ironed out all sorts of logistical challenges that may have disrupted their preparations. Our hyper model enables us to closely guide and monitor each of our students,” says Shubhra Ranjan Co-Founder & Executive Director, Shubhra Viraj EduTech Private Limited.
UPSC has released the CSE calendar , according to which the Prelims exam is on June 5, 2022 and the Mains starts from September 16, 2022.
“Students should aim to cover their entire syllabus by February and thereafter completely focus on preparing for Prelims.Those who are appearing for the first time should certainly dedicate 3-4 months to prepare for Prelims because it has become one of the toughest levels to clear. Make sure to prepare notes for the entire syllabus in time.The 90 days between Prelims and Mains should be used for practice and not for fresh preparation. Clear concepts, revision notes and exhaustive writing practice will be instrumental to crack UPSC which is very dynamic and unpredictable,” advises Shubhra Ranjan.