- EVERY SUNDAY /TIME-5:00PM
DURATION:TILL MAINS FOR CSE 2020
- TOTAL FEE-RS.10,620/-
- DURATION:TILL PRELIMS FOR CSE 2021
- TOTAL FEE-RS.22,000/-
- DURATION:TILL MAINS FOR CSE-2021
- TOTAL FEE-RS.32,000/-
|NUMBER OF QUESTION FROM ED CLASSES|
|PAPER-I||08(100 Marks)||11(140 Marks)|
|PAPER-II||14(175 Marks)||13(165 Marks)|
|PAPER-III||10 (120 Marks)||12 (155 Marks)|
NOW ED WITH THREE FORMIDABLE COMBINATIONS
DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS | DAILY THE HINDU ANALYSIS| ED CLASS EVERY SUNDAY
|THE FEATURES||ED CLASS||4Q ANSWER WRITING PRACTICE||TOTAL 1000 CURRENT AFFAIRS MCQs||500 MAINS CURRENT QUESTIONS|
|THE SCHEDULES||EVERY SUNDAY||EVERY THURSDAY||100 MCQs EVERY MONTH||50 Q. EVERY MONTH|
ED IS HELPFUL FOR ALL THE THREE STAGES OF CSE: PRELIMS, MAINS AND INTERVIEW
KNOWLEDGE WITHOUT INSIGHT, UNDERSTANDING AND PERSPECTIVE IS NOT ADEQUATE FOR THE CSE
It is current-affairs’ based programme which is popularly known as ED CLASSES. It includes all the current developments based on news papers, magazines, and popular websites, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Channels, etc. This course provides a complete package for current-based questions at all the stages of CSE such as prelims, mains and interview.
ED Class is a unique offer from us and addresses all the needs of the aspirant for news and views on various social, national, international, economic and other issues relevant for the current affairs in the entire examination. It builds views and perspective on relevant topics.
- Every Sunday Class on ED with Concept & frame-building
- It Contributes to all four Papers.
- Discussions are question based
- In One year a candidate gets over 400 relevant topics.
- Also focused on writing skills development
- Every Thursday Writing Practice Test Based on Previous ED.
- Every 15 Days Class on Prelims Oriented Current Affairs
- Helpful for all the three stages of CSE (PRELIMS/MAINS & INTERVIEW)
FAQ ON ED CLASSES
The aspirants often want to know about following:
Q 1. What does ED consist of?
ANS. It consists of eight to ten topics based on current developments in a week which is prepared very comprehensively by a team of experts in current affairs.
Q2. Why there is ED CLASS?
ANS. The classes are held every Sunday for three hours to teach all the 8-10 topics. The classes are important for developing an understanding and perspective. The topics are taught from 360 degree perspective to build a broad understanding regarding the topics. A candidate oneself may not be able to consult many sources for a topic and he may not be able to develop a right understanding on the topic as per the demand of the UPSC.
Q3. What is the relevance of the ED CLASS?
ANS. Since 2013, the pattern of the CSE EXAM by the UPSC has changed which has over fifty percent share of current developments, especially in GS PAPER-II & III. Even GS PAPER-IV is also very profoundly influenced by current developments, especially the case studies. Similarly, prelims has also its own share of current developments.
More importantly, now the pattern of prelims and mains demands understanding-based knowledge as against fact-based knowledge in past.
Q 4. What has been the performance of the ED CLASS in the previous years?
ANS.The ranks like 05, 07, 56, 74, etc. speak themselves. In a year, a total over 300 topics are taught.”
Q 1. Is it a wise idea to go for your ED (Editorial Discussion) Classes online right now.. considering I just started or should I well versed with basic and then join (but it will take a lot of time and probably it will be difficult to catch up later)
ANS.As we have given a SEVEN-STEP STRATEGY in which we have mentioned that more focus to current affairs should be given to later stage of preparation, first one should focus on conventional/static. So, at least first, there should be some knowledge about static sections other-wise it will be difficult to understand the inter-linkages. Still if one has a strong urge to know the current developments then one can join ED CLASSES in the beginning itself.
Q 2. As a beginner if I join what kind of feedback I can expect regarding answer writing tests?
ANS.Every Thursday, WSDP based on ED CLASS is held in which four questions are given and then discussion is held which enhance students’ writing skills . Those who are online, they can send their answers and after evaluation mailed to them, they can talk to the designated Mentor.
Q 3. In online medium the classes will be live or recorded and if it is recorded then how to discuss queries? Also what will be duration of each class?
ANS.Mostly, recorded videos are given as live-classes may create connectivity problems. The duration of the class is three hours.
Q 4. Will I get personal guidance throughout the year ( like some queries resolve for GS related subjects per month)?
ANS.There is one dedicated Mentor who will guide you throughout year but it depends on the students’ problems. There is no specific plan month-wise rather the plan is ED CLASS-wise.
Q 5. Will there be test for prelims as there are prelims related classes also?
ANS.Main focus is on MAINS. Prelims related classes are held only three months before the prelims. No Pt test, rather PT-MCQs are given.
Q 6. Will there be guidance regarding static GS subjects like... important topics to focus on that year kind off?
ANS.No, but if one asks, the Mentor can guide once or twice.
Q 7. If I go for program up to prelims, and later want to upgrade to mains can I do that later by that time?
The Lukmaan IAS Team.