FORTNIGHTLY MANIFESTO ISSUE 12
1.Download and print the question paper
2.Write your answer as per the insructions provided in question paper
3.Mention your Email ID on the booklet front page
4.Mention number of pages you are going to scan on the front page
5.Scan all the pages of answer booklet in PDF format using CamScanner app
6.Mail the scanned PDF to [email protected] for evaluation
NOTE:Tests will be evaluated for those writing in Kannada medium as well
This course is available in both Online and Offline mode
To address different needs of the aspirants, Manifest IAS has come up with an umbrella program “Preparation for All: All for Preparation”
Manifest IAS team has been successful in guiding many aspirants on their path to success as mentors for prelims and guides for mains. We till now have provided services to the immediate needs of students to clear either prelims or mains. Because of the overwhelming demand of students who are not very sure of clearing the preliminary this year and students who want to reorient their entire preparation the UPSC way, we have come up with a programme “ Integrated Year Long Prelims- cum- mains test series”.
Aspirants who are not sure of clearing the exam this year usually have a problem of sustaining the momentum, they usually fall into a morass of self-doubt. This leads to cycles of Procrastination and no productive work. The time between June to December is wasted in this mode of low energy for the aspirant. Coming December aspirants will again start Prelims preparation and by next June they will be in a similar situation, where in, they may clear prelims but with absolutely no direction for mains. We at Manifest IAS want to change this, we want the students to stay on their toes. If they have a good learning environment, a well-planned schedule and dedicated mentors they can easily break this cycle. The period between June to December is the period for self-introspection the period for strategic improvements and the period to master your optional. This timeframe offers the aspirants a good time to focus on their areas of weakness, to focus on improving the art of answer writing. Our year-long mains cum prelims programme offers to do the exact same it wants to ensure that the aspirants associated with us are on the right path.
We also aspire to break the artificial barrier which differentiates the preparation for prelims from mains. If we analyse the issue the difference between preparation for prelims and mains is an artificial one created by the institutions. The period between prelims and mains is too short for an aspirant to master their optional and learn the modalities of answer writing. By having a look at the syllabus too we find many commonalities between the syllabus for prelims and mains i.e., History, Geography, Polity, International Relations, Economy, Agriculture, Science and Technology along with Current Affairs. The subject material remains the same though the nature of the exam differs. In preliminary we have to focus more on the Knowledge aspect of the subject matter and when it comes to mains we have to focus on the Wise usage of the Knowledge acquired for a subject matter. So our timetable integrates both the components by prescribing the same syllabus for our weekly prelims and mains test. The student will write a Mains exam on Saturday and a prelims exam on the same syllabus on Sunday.
There are definitely some areas of mains which are not covered in prelims like World History, Essay, Ethics, Internal Security, Disaster Management and Society sections. These sections of mains have been integrated with prelims exams on Basic NCERT’s which provides an aspirant ample time to get his basics right and also improve upon his exclusive mains syllabus too. And the timetable is also designed in a manner to finish exclusive mains topics early in the cycle of test series so that by the month of November your focus shifts to areas of common interest for both prelims and mains.
The programme also plans to integrate current affairs with the static portions of the syllabus for every test we have 20 questions of which 13 questions cater to the syllabus provided for the fortnight and the rest 7 questions are based on the current events which transpired in the past 15 days. For the current part of the syllabus, one can refer to articles from our Manifest 11 which are comprehensive articles on handpicked current affairs which are highly relevant for mains. This integrates the current with static and helps the students to streamline their current and static preparation.
If we have a look at the programme we find two main components in it which are
Integrated (Prelims and Mains) Test Series = (Yearlong Mains Test Series + Prelims Test Series)
If we look at the Year long mains component it has the following subcomponents
- Thorough Coverage of the syllabus with ample time provided to read and revise.
- Total 26 tests: 17 GS Tests + 5 Essay Tests + 4 Ethics Tests with questions ranging from basics to interdisciplinary aspects along with current affairs of Manifest-11
- The answer scripts will be evaluated by using our Scientific method of Part wise evaluation and there will be a three-stage evaluation process.
- A thorough discussion of all questions along with the approaches of answer writing on the same day as the exam.
- One-on-one appointment with faculty through technology-mediated appointment system
- The programme also includes classes on generalized approach to essay writing and a detailed method of Brainstorming, Prioritizing and building narrative.
The Prelims test series component includes the following subcomponents
All India Year Long Test Series is designed to handle UPSC prelims
These tests are followed by a brief synopsis and a thorough discussion. We have integrated the most scientific and advanced Data analytics based testing platform for taking prelims exam to know more about our prelims tests and our platform click the link
When it comes to the organisation and scheduling of the programme the following illustration helps the student. For example, for the fortnight from 21th Oct, 2019 to 3rd Nov, 2019 an aspirant will read Polity (FRs, DPSPs, Parliament and State Legislature) and Economy (International Institutions, WTO, Trade and Balance of payments) and give Mains Test on Saturday, 2nd Nov 2019 and Prelims Test on 3rd Nov, 2019.
This way an aspirant can get his/her concepts tested for both Prelims and Mains with a single timetable. This will take such candidates one notch higher than her/his competitors who struggle to manage both Prelims and Mains by studying them separately.
Open session on answer writing: 10-06-2019 at 9.30 am
All India Prelims Test Series: 23-06-2019
Yearlong Mains Test Series: 29-06-2019
Integrated (Prelims and Mains) Test Series: 23-06-2019
All India Prelims Test Series 2020 (Offline and Online): Rs.12000/-
Yearlong Mains Test Series 2020 (Offline): Rs.21000/- (Available as a separate module as well)
Integrated (Prelims and Mains) Test Series: Rs.30000/-
This programme caters to the whole spectrum of the aspirants; fresher to veterans; non-working aspirants to working professionals. We value the time of every aspirant and want to help every aspirant to be decisive about his/her course of action and act upon it
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