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TLP CONNECT - 2020

Most Trusted GS Mains Answer Writing Evaluation Cum Mentorship Programme. It is an integrated Prelims + Mains + Interview based Mentorship Based Programme. It includes Mains Test Series, Prelims Test Series and Babapedia (Prelimspedia + Mainspedia) for Current Affairs.

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Number of Prelims Test: 35 GS tests and 10 CSAT tests i.e. a total of 45 Tests

Number of Mains Tests: 30 Tests in Total

Each test shall be preceded by an Approach Paper detailing the sources, focus areas, and the overall strategy to approach the subject (test).

Discussion Classes and Videos: (for Online students) will be available.

MENTOR DISCUSSION: One-on-one discussion is provided by the mentor for every test.

Course Duration: From 12th October 2019 to May 2020.

It is an Incentive-based Programme, which runs in 3 phases. In Total 13 Months Programme.

Phase 1: October 2019 – May 2020 [8 Months] – Common to all students.

Phase 2: June 2020 – September 2020 [3 Months] – If you clear UPSC PRELIMS 2020 (being part of this program), then 2nd Phase will be completely FREE for you!

Phase 3: Post Mains Results – Interview Mentorship Programme (IMP) -if you are clearing UPSC MAINS 2020, then 3rd Phase will be completely FREE!

COURSE DETAILS

Founded in 1858 as the Imperial Civil Service (or ICS) and recognized as the Indian Administrative Service on 26th January, 1950, IAS is considered as the most esteemed and the toughest examination in India. Every year, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts this exam to shortlist eligible candidates for more than twenty services, including IAS, IPS, IFS, etc., and every year lakhs of students register and appear for IAS in the hope of a bright future ahead.

But, why IAS?

That’s the question that arises in every aspirants mind before they choose a particular field as a career option. So, why should one go and pursue for the civil services? Is it because, as the permanent bureaucracy, it is one of the most prestigious positions in India? Or is it because it forms an executive branch in the government of India? Or is it simply because it is their parents’ dream?

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