The SR College of Competitions today organised a comprehensive workshop on upcoming UPSC (IAS) examinations at its Gandhi Nagar campus here to make the target students aware about new trends and ways to approach the test scheduled to take place in August.
The visiting faculty in General Studies, CSAT, Public Administration and Political Science subjects touched various aspects and helped students clear doubts about how to approach the most competitive examination.
"The focus of discussion was the syllabi of the examination, sources of relevant study material for preparation, previous years' question papers (of both Prelims and Mains), time management and most importantly, the strategy to approach this competitive exam at the national level," said Director SR College, Parveen Sharma.
Around 200 target students were told about new trends and tips to emerge successful.
The resource persons in the over 6-hour workshops were visiting faculty from Delhi, Gautam Pandey (General Studies and Public Administration), R K Jha (Political Science) and Vivek Sharma (CSAT).
Earlier, in CSAT workshop, Vivek Sharma deliberated on the power of assumptions in making mathematical questions easy. The overall importance of the need to develop aptitude was also discussed.
Similarly, in Political Science, R K Jha informed the students about political theory and thought as core areas of subject and relevance in present context of examination.