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UPSC Wallah launched to train candidates, make civil services preparation affordable

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Nov 13, 2022 12:00 PM

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PhysicsWallah, an ed-tech platform, has launched UPSC Wallah, its latest vertical for preparing students for Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exams. Starting at Rs 7000, the vertical will offer a variety of courses in Hindi, English, and 'Hinglish' for the UPSC exams in 2023 and 2024. There will be three live batches: Prahaar, Sankalp, and Titan, with topics such as history, geography, economy, politics, the environment, science, and current events covered.

The classes will include discussions of previous year's question papers centred on Prelims MCQs and Mains questions, practise papers, and tests, as well as daily lectures and tests.

On November 7, 2022, Prahar Hinglish and Hindi live batches 2023 will begin. The Sankalp Hinglish and Hindi live batches will begin on November 15, 2022. Titan (English) batch production will begin on December 1, 2022.

Aim to make civil service preparation affordable

“The launch of UPSC Wallah is well in sync with our vision of providing quality content at affordable rates and helping aspirants prepare for diverse competitive exams. We have on boarded the best industry experts to train students and guide them throughout the preparation phase to crack the UPSC exams. We will be giving them scheduled lectures and structured learning with the best notes so that aspirants can practice, revise, and gain conceptual clarity. We have planned each batch so that aspirants feel confident throughout their preparation,” Alakh Pandey, founder, CEO, PW, said.

Also to launch Buniyaad series

According to an official release, PW will also launch the Buniyaad series, an NCERT batch for basic to advanced level civil service exam preparation 2023-24. It will cover questions for the preliminary examination, questions from previous years, and practise questions. Students will also receive revision classes, regular doubt sessions, and compiled notes that they can access for free on the PW app. This batch began on November 1, 2022. PW will launch a free YouTube batch called Samadhaan, which will include videos about subject-specific preparation strategies, teacher introductions, daily newspaper analysis, and current events. This batch is already operational as of October 17, 2022.

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