UDAN scheme is a component of the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) for regional connectivity. A “first of its kind” in the world, UDAN scheme proposes to empower commoners with low-cost travel options considered a luxury until now. Under this scheme, 50 per cent of the seats on one-hour flights operating within 1000 km will […]
UPSC Civil Services IAS Exam Preparation: Video Lectures
The UPSC Exam Video Lectures plays a key role in the preparation of Civil Services Exam. The IAS exam preparation is a time of ups and downs for most aspirants. There is a lot to do and limited time to do all of them. The vast UPSC syllabus coupled with the intense competition make the civil services a very demanding exam indeed. It would seem like you need to be buried under books all the time to get through all that study material. You have to read so many books that it is natural to feel bogged down and a little weary of books. BYJU’S gives you the perfect solution for this – video lectures. We have in our kitty loads of interesting and valuable video lectures to aid your UPSC exam preparation. BYJU’S Video Lectures are recorded by expert faculty with the sole aim of easing your understanding of concepts.
We have video lectures on various subjects that includes economy, polity, government schemes, history, geography, current affairs for UPSC Exam and much more. The IAS exam is not about mugging up study material and then reproducing them in the answer booklets. You need to have a solid grasp of the concepts so that you can analyse, examine and evaluate concepts. The lectures also talk about the UPSC angle required in each topic. This way you can understand the questions asked in the exam and answer accordingly. Apart from an understanding of concepts you also need to understand the UPSC to fare well in the IAS exam.
Advantages of Video Lectures in UPSC IAS Exam Preparation:
- Have a good understanding of the concepts.
- Get expert guidance from the best faculty.
- Break the monotony that sets in from reading books all the time.
- Improve your comprehension of topics through brilliant explanations and visual aids.
- Understand what kind of questions the UPSC is likely to ask in each topic.
- Easy to make your own notes for revision.
- Gives access to classroom classes which one would have missed
Our Video Lectures for UPSC IAS Exam will come handy for candidates when they miss any particular lecture on a topic in the classroom. The Video Lectures on various topics are updated regularly, so stay tuned to stay updated.
Civil services IAS 2017 Prelims examination is expected to held on 18th June 2017. On 22nd February 2017 UPSC has released the notifications for Civil Services exam for 2017. The UPSC IAS Exam is conducted in three stages- Prelims, Mains, and interview. The Preliminary Examination is a screening test here candidates must face objective type […]
UPSC IAS Prelims 2017 is the first step to crack the UPSC CSE 2017. The IAS Prelims exam is scheduled on 18th June 2017. Recently, UPSC has released Calendar for 2017 and notification for UPSC 2017 IAS Exam. Aspirants have 3-4 months for Prelims exam. If approached rightly, one can crack this exam easily. Women […]
The Indian Government runs many schemes for the welfare of the population which is under Centre as well as the States. The diverse social welfare initiatives and schemes introduced by the Government of India are very important from the point of view of UPSC Civil Services Examination. Know more about UPSC Syllabus and IAS Exam […]
The “Various security forces in India and their mandate” is very important topic in UPSC Civil Services Examination General Studies Paper III. As per the term “Various security forces in India and their mandate”, this area in General studies Paper III covers the important security forces in the country dealing with external and internal threat. […]
The Nepal Earthquake (Intensity 7.9 on Richter Scale) occurred on 25th April 2015 at 11:56 a.m., at a depth of approximately 15 km (shallow earthquake), with its epicentre approximately 34 km east-southeast of Lamjung, Nepal. Nepal is prone to earthquakes because it is at the junction of the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates. The earthquake […]
This lecture stresses on the importance of Science and Technology and its related infrastructure in India. Further, various departments within the Government of India and their mandate is discussed- for example, DST (Department of Science and Technology). Understanding the development and advancements in the sphere of Science and Technology from an Indian context is important […]
This lecture brings out the differences between terms such as ‘Habitat’ and ‘Niche’ in a lucid and crisp manner. Further, the structure of an ecosystem is discussed. Understanding components of an ecosystem, and their characteristics is extremely important and lays a sound base for further study into the subject which has now become part of […]
This lecture deals with the developments that took place in the post-independence India. Sardar Vallabhai Patel played an important role in getting the princely states of pre-independent India merge with the Union of India. This lecture, in brief, attempts to explain the problems faced by India immediately after independence.
This lecture talks about Indian Revolutionaries in the post 1917 era and attempts to explain the methodology of these revolutionaries and their strengths and weaknesses.