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With Comprehensive Study Material, This New Portal Is Perfect for IAS Aspirants

An IAS academy in Chennai has launched this web initiative to help civil services entrance exam aspirants know what to study.

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A coaching centre in Chennai – Officers IAS Academy – has launched a web initiative for civil service exam aspirants in order to end the confusion around what to study for them. They’ve called it Steel Frame of India. The study material for UPSC and other government exams has been consolidated on this portal, which is regularly picked from news agencies and government channels.

The information they put up explains why the news is important, and further divides the info into facts (for prelims) and analysis (for mains).

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The topics include the Indian Constitution, agriculture, government policies, economy, geography, women’s issues, poverty and development, problems and remedies of urbanisation, health, education, and international relations among others.

“The biggest challenge when preparing for UPSC exam is not knowing how to study. While several platforms tell you what exactly to study, we are trying to make it even easier by coaching students on how to go about studying that, on a daily basis across exam topics,” Israel Jebasingh, former IAS and founder of Officers IAS Academy, told the Times of India. The publication also reported that in the coming months, short video tutorials to prepare the aspirants for the exams and the personal interview round will be uploaded.

You can access the portal on: www.steelframeofindia.org

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Written by Deepika Bhardwaj

When she's not resolving conflicts between belief and desire, she's letting her mornings be consumed by Coltrane and leaving her nights in the hands of Hendrix. An average singer and lover of graphic novels, Deepika tries to proper your noun for a living.