This is to inform you, that IASbaba’s flagship Programme ILP, AIPTS – 2021 has been delayed by 15 days. The new date for the start of ILP, AIPTS is 15th July 2020. The new date for the start of ILP in Hindi is 1st August 2020.
The above step has been taken due to following reasons –
Firstly, many students who have enrolled have requested us to start the plan a little late as Prelims of UPSC 2020 has been delayed. The request was justified. However, we couldn’t extend it by that margin so have postponed it by 15 days.
Secondly, extrapolating from the current revised calendar, we expect that prelims of 2021 will also be extended atleast by a month. We are expecting that prelims 2021 will also be conducted by late July or August. In order to space the tests evenly, a slight delay of the program is required.
Last but not the least, some students requested us to provide them some time for payment of the fees so that they can appear for the Super 300 scholarship test. As we don’t want to miss any bright candidate to miss out on this opportunity, the step has been taken.
The new dates for Super 300 (ILP) Scholarship test is 10th July.
To Know More about Super 300, ILP, AIPTS 2021 Programs, FAQ’s, Comparison Chart -> CLICK HERE
P.S: The Revised Schedule will be published soon! ILP, AIPTS 2021 will start from 15th July, 2020.
We hope that you have gone through the beginner’s strategy given on the site and started your warm-up before the start of your ILP 2021. Be prepared and geared up.
Now coming to the most obvious question –
Now that I have enrolled (paid) for the ILP/AIPTS 2021 Programme, what should I do, since the programme starts only on 15th July, 2020?
Firstly, there are two things you need to have trust on
- On Yourself – that you will crack this exam in this attempt.
- On the materials or the program that you have enrolled to (IASbaba’s ILP Program, the course plan/schedule). If you want to crack this exam, you need to blindly follow the plan. Trust us! We will be giving our best possible support from our end and we would expect the same 100% effort from your side. Success will be yours!
We would answer the question in 3 Parts – General Planning, Current Affairs and Optional.
- Go through the schedule and make sure you have the books mentioned in the course plan. We have mentioned only 2 Sources for every Subject – Standard Books / NCERT or VAN. IASbaba’s VAN will be provided as per the schedule once the programme starts.
- Then, go through the below link-
Especially the GS Prelims Strategy, Previous Years Papers under the heading Prelims Focus
GS Mains Strategy (Paper 1, 2, 3 4), Mind Maps –Syllabus, Previous Year Question Papers under the heading Mains Focus.
Start reading Hindu Newspaper. But before going through it, follow the below links-
How to Read Hindu News Paper
And follow our Daily Current Affairs
Choose your Optional Subject and try to complete as much as possible during next two months.
All the best