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Prepp has launched a Free 100 days course to cover the whole syllabus of UPSC CSE Prelims 2023 comprehensively on Youtube. The course includes coverage of complete static and dynamic syllabus, strategy sessions, specific trend analysis with coverage of PYQs.
According to the UPSC’s published calendar, the UPSC CSE Preliminary Examination of 2023 will be held on 28th May, 2023. The preliminary examination is a vital stage in the IAS Exam selection process and many a time aspirants become overwhelmed during this phase of preparation. This is where the 100 day course from Prepp IAS kicks in. This course will not only provide adequate strategy to cover the syllabus, but will also help in building command over different prelims oriented subjects such as polity, history, geography, economics, environment etc.
To Register for the course fill up this Registration Form and Subscribe to our Youtubeand telegramchannel
To know the complete details check out this video of UPSC Prelims 2023 Free course
To join the paid course initiatives check out Prepp IAS website
Prepp IAS was launched with the intention of disrupting the traditional way of UPSC coaching. They have a team of young educators who have appeared for multiple interviews in UPSC CSE and are well versed with the requirements of the exam. They believe in an exam-focused study rather than burdening the aspirant with too much information.
Prepp IAS understands the importance of time for all sincere candidates, thus it provides easy, hassle-free, and relevant information about the IAS Exam. All the registered users get regular notifications about the updates and the deadlines. Another great feature is its support team. A team of experts is available 24×7 to solve the queries of the students.
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