Guidance for all GS subjects.
12 objective topic tests for GS subjects.
Performance evaluation & Report card.
Time management tools.
Mentorship sessions on how to cover the GS syllabus.
Mentor call with one on one feedback. (twice in a week)
Interactive sessions with SUPER MENTORS(selected candidates and ex-officers) from time to time.
General guidance sessions and lectures on UPSC preparation topics.
What is Mentorship?
👉Mentorship is a relationship between two people where the individual with more
experience, knowledge, and connections is able to pass along what they have learned to a more junior individual within a certain field.
👉It is the influence, guidance, or direction given by a mentor.
Who is a Mentor?
👉A mentor is someone who helps you grow your skills, make better decisions, and gain new perspectives onyour life and career.
👉As a mentee, your mentor will leverage their experience to give you guidance on your career or life now and in the future.
👉Rather than learning through trial and error, a mentor is a person you can look to for direction and a role model to imitate.
Problems faced by aspirants while preparing for UPSC preparation.
Lack of overall strategy and guidance.
Confusion regarding sources and study material.
Doubts and queries during studies.
Issues regarding Revision and memorisation.
How to make effective self notes.
Mock tests and progress tracking.
TIme management & Daily routine management.
Interlinkages of GS with other subjects.
Converting preparation into performance.
How to develop answer writing skills.
Dilemma whether job or higher
studies for UPSC preparation.
Family/ relationship issues.
Anger, Hyper sensitivity & Isolation issues.
Lack of Self confidence.
Maintaining Motivation. (both short & long term)
🙋♂️MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
Lack of focus.
Anxiety, Stress, Depression.
Lack of Memorisation power.
Overthinking and Negative thoughts.
Other psychological issues
Lack of Decision making skill.
Lack of Leadership Skill.
Lack of Management Skill.
How to build a balanced Opinion and Perspective..
Lack of Interpersonal and Communication Skill.
How can a Mentor help in your PREPARATION?
A mentor can help in the following ways:
★ Strategy and constant guidance.
★ Monitoring your progress to cover the syllabus on time.
★ Choosing correct study material and sources.
★ Help in choosing optional subject.
★ Regular Testing and Performance Evaluation.
★ Developing Answer writing skills.
★ Effective Notes preparation.
★ Time Management tools.
★ Understanding the importance of each of the topics.
★ Revision tools and development of memorisation skills.
★ Tackling emotional and mental issues.
★ Development of Thought process and Analytical skills.
★ Guidance sessions by SUPER MENTORS.