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Integrated Learning Programme (ILP) - 2023

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Starts from 17th August
Duration: 14 Months

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Features

Micro Planning - Daily Targets
Daily Prelims+Mains Tests
Value Add Notes (Daily Notes)
Babapedia (Prelims + Mains Current Affairs)
Strategy Videos (GS and Essay)
72 Prelims + 50 Mains Tests
Covers NCERTs + Standard Books
Current Affairs Tests (Prelims + Mains)
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“Those who fail to plan, plan to fail.”

ILP-2023 does the planning for you in the most systematic and logical way. The plans are made to keep you on track as well on your toes. In the plan, you will get day-wise coverage of the syllabus, sources to refer and focus areas.

Detailed Micro- Plan – The detailed plan covers the Prelims & Mains Syllabus which will take care of your overall preparation in the form of daily targets. Each Module spans over 10 + days where at the end of the modules you’ll be taking a Prelims and Mains Test. The Daily Plan also includes sources to refer to. Current Affairs is also part of the planning so that both static and current issues are dealt with simultaneously.

Microplanning is the heart and soul of ILP-2023 that needs to be followed with utmost sincerity.

NCERT Coverage- ILP-2023 starts with a thorough coverage of NCERT’s relevant for UPSC Prelims and Mains. Before switching to standard sources and books, you would already have a thorough content for better understanding of subjects and also a starting point for your Mains Answer Writing.  

Minimum Sources – The sources to be referred have been kept to the bare minimum. If you go through the plan, you will find that we have confined our sources to a maximum of 2 per subject (One being NCERT). It has been done to prevent a candidate from wasting their precious time in going through the repetitive and irrelevant sources available in the market. You’ll be following one reference book per subject and IASbaba’s Value Add Notes (VAN).

Revision – Due consideration has been given for Revision that will help to consolidate what you have learnt in a particular module. Since the process is long and intensive, the lack of revision can be fatal. Therefore, we have given adequate room for revision and consolidation.

ILP-2023 VANs are high-quality specialized reading materials to give you an edge over your competitors. VANs have been designed intelligently to give you both prelims and mains covering the most important sources like Standard Text Books, Government Documents and Reports, Ministry Websites, PIB, ARC Reports, Economic Survey, Budget Document etc. to make your understanding seamless and smooth. With our value-add notes (VAN), you will be able to declutter the complexity of UPSC syllabus.

The VANs shall cover the static as well as contemporary issues related to every single topic given in the syllabus including GS 1, GS 2, GS 3, GS 4 (Ethics). You need not look beyond sources other than the standard ones given in the plan and ILP-2023 VAN’s.

We have simplified the VAN covering all important aspects so that it can be your ‘One Stop Source for UPSC Preparation’.

For Example:

  • For Modern History – You have to refer to NCERT’s (Old and New) and IASbaba’s VAN only. The relevant content from books like Bipan Chandra, ‘Plassey to Partition’, Spectrum etc. will be covered in the VANs.
  • For Environment and Ecology – NCERT and ILP-2023 VAN’s along with Babapedia (Current Affairs) will cover all your Prelims and Mains syllabus. You don’t have to refer to any other books!
  • For Science & Technology – NCERT and ILP-2023 VAN’s along with Babapedia (Current Affairs) will cover all your Prelims and Mains syllabus. You don’t have to refer to any other books!
  • Similarly, for other subjects, you do not have to go beyond the prescribed sources and VAN’s.

Covering current affairs is a big challenge for many aspirants. Most of the time students are confused about which sources to refer to? what to read? what not to read? to what depth to read?

Here comes Babapedia to your rescue. Babapedia is divided into Prelimspedia and Mainspedia for both your prelims and mains preparation. It is one of its kind compendiums of current affairs.

Prelimspedia gets updated on a daily basis. The only thing required is to log into your ILP account every day and go through the precise and crisp current affairs notes updated daily on Babapedia! Isn’t that awesome?

Mainspedia also gets updated on a daily basis. It is one of its kind initiatives where we declutter the most important editorials across national dailies to bring you relevant and ready ‘Introductions’, ‘Conclusions’, ‘facts’, ‘data’ in tabular format.

We will be providing the Mainspedia Articles in the Answer Writing Format (Introduction, Body, Conclusion).

Please Note: You will get unlimited complimentary access to Current Affairs content from 2016 onwards till mid May 2023. Babapedia is categorized Day-wise, Month-wise and Subject-wise, to make it very user-friendly and easily accessible!

IASbaba is known for its quality coverage and it is a testimony that we have been able to HIT the bull’s eye in Prelims and Mains both over the period of the last 5-6 years. The closeness and exact repetition of Questions from our Tests needs no mention.

High-quality tests with detailed solutions will help you keep track of your preparation. You will also get the chance to compete with thousands of sincere aspirants from the ILP community.

The Prelims Tests are designed carefully and with a lot of effort to match the standards set by UPSC. Questions are graded. easy, moderate, difficult and very difficult. The overall level of the test is kept a notch higher than UPSC so that students of IASbaba can have an edge.

A few thought-provoking previous year's questions of UPSC will also be covered as they are sometimes repeated.

DETAILED SOLUTIONS will be provided after the tests. Detailed Solution, Techniques to Decipher the Correct Answer (Elimination Technique). The Detailed Solution itself will act as a Source of learning and revision.

MODULE WISE TESTS – There are 22 Module wise tests that will cover the complete syllabus of all the static subjects of the syllabus.

EXCLUSIVE CURRENT AFFAIRS TESTS – With the increasing importance of current affairs (CA) in the exam. The 26 Separate CA Tests will help you in quick revision and consolidation.

Current Affairs Test will be covered from April 2022 to April 2023 (Assuming the Prelims Exam 2023 will be held during June 1st Week).

REVISION TESTS – 6 Subject wise Revision Sectional Tests are included in the plan after you are completely done with the Prelims Modules.

EXCLUSIVE TESTS – 3 Exclusive Tests based on (1. MAP BASED- National/International Locations & Geography of India & World Related, 2. ECONOMIC SURVEY & BUDGET 3. GOVERNMENT SCHEMES)

CSAT TESTS – 10 Full-Length CSAT tests are designed on the standards, difficulty level and pattern followed by UPSC.

FULL-LENGTH TESTS – 5 GS (PAPER 1) FULL-LENGTH TESTS will be available to check your level of preparation

DOUBTS RESOLUTION PAGE– We have a comment section for every question in a Test. So, this gives you a scope to clear your doubts which are question-specific.

ALL INDIA RANKING – the scores and ranks will be displayed after every test; one can clearly monitor his/her progress in a continuous manner and will be able to understand the real competition.

DETAILED ASSESSMENT of your Performance-based on Time-Analytics’ and Subject-wise Analytics’. This will help you gauge your efficiency per question (assist you in time-management) and to introspect your strengths and weaknesses in a particular subject.

FLEXIBILITY -There is no fixed time to take the tests. It’s flexible! However, it will be best to follow the schedule.

SNAPSHOT OF TESTS (TOTAL TESTS – 72)

  • Current Affairs Tests – 26 (50 Questions)
  • Module wise Tests – 22 (100 Questions)
  • Subject wise Revision Sectional Tests – 6 (100 Questions)
  • Exclusive Tests (Map based, Economic Survey & Budget, Government Schemes & Policies) – 3 (100 Questions)
  • Full Length Tests – 5 (100 Questions)
  • CSAT Full Length Tests – 10 (80 Questions)

What makes ILP even more special is the integration of mains mocks. This will help you learn the art of answer writing from day one. With the VAN and mains mocks with a detailed synopsis, your mains preparation will always be on track.

There will be Total 50 Mains Tests – 16 Module wise Mains Tests (14 Questions) and 13 Current Affairs Mains Tests (14 Questions), 11 Exclusive Essay Tests and 10 Full Length Tests (2 Cycles of GS1, GS2, GS3, GS4 and Essay) in the programme.

MODULE WISE TESTS – A Mains Test will be provided for every Module along with detailed synopsis. The tests will be conducted at the end of every Module.

CURRENT AFFAIRS TESTS – A Current Affairs Test will be provided every month covering the most relevant issues of the month.

In order for you to have a daily answer writing practice, a question will be posted every day on the ILP platform. You can write an answer on paper and upload its picture on the platform so that peer review can take place and you can improve. In the end of every module, the compiled question paper and detailed synopsis will be posted so that you can self-evaluate and learn.

10 Exclusive Essay Tests -Theme Based Topics

There will be Two Cycles of Full-Length Tests (20 Questions) of all the General Studies Paper (Total 10 Tests)

  • GS 1 – 2 FLTs
  • GS 2 – 2 FLTs
  • GS 3 – 2 FLTs
  • GS 4 – 2 FLTs
  • ESSAY – 2 FLTs

Please Note: Mains Answers will NOT be evaluated. Only Synopsis/Model Answer will be provided.

Mindmaps will be a part of Value Add Notes (VAN). There are several mental techniques to enhance your learning experience. One such technique is Mind Maps - Brain Mapping which has been proven very effective to revise and retain the topics.

The main reasons for this are –

  • It is pictographic.
  • It helps you to visualize an image rather than the paragraphs. This way you will recall it much easier in the exam.
  • It is crisp, so more information can be squeezed in a small space.
  • You wouldn’t require bulky notes before the exam to revise.

Essay is an important part of one’s preparation for the Civil Services exam. Since it is not a subject per se, you can’t read and learn it from the book. The more you’ll gain information on the GS subject, the more equipped you will become to tackle an essay.

In the ILP plan, once a sufficient portion of each subject is covered, we will start your essay preparation. Guidelines will be provided to you on how to write an essay, and then mock essays will be given for practice.

UPSC asks for two types of topics – a static/ factual topic and a philosophical topic. Approach for both is different and will be provided to you as part of the Program. The requisite skills and aptitude to write a scoring Essay shall be imparted with the help of regular guidelines given in the form of writing tips.

  • Essay strategy videos
  • Framework for theme-wise (Including Philosophical) essays
  • Mainspedia Content

Theme wise Essay Tests will be included in the Plan

Please Note: Synopsis will not be provided for Essay Tests.

If you happen to clear the Mains Written Examination, the Interview Mentorship Program (IMP) which includes DAF Analysis and Questionnaire, Mock Interview, One-on-One Session with Founders and Retired Civil Servants and Officers at no extra cost.

It is a forum wherein students having similar Optional-subjects, College or background can form groups and have discussions (peer-learning)! This will not only help you in forming a good peer-group/study circle but also in motivating each other to achieve your goals.

“Those who fail to plan, plan to fail.”

ILP-2023 does the planning for you in the most systematic and logical way. The plans are made to keep you on track as well on your toes. In the plan, you will get day-wise coverage of the syllabus, sources to refer and focus areas.

Detailed Micro- Plan – The detailed plan covers the Prelims & Mains Syllabus which will take care of your overall preparation in the form of daily targets. Each Module spans over 10 + days where at the end of the modules you’ll be taking a Prelims and Mains Test. The Daily Plan also includes sources to refer to. Current Affairs is also part of the planning so that both static and current issues are dealt with simultaneously.

Microplanning is the heart and soul of ILP-2023 that needs to be followed with utmost sincerity.

NCERT Coverage- ILP-2023 starts with a thorough coverage of NCERT’s relevant for UPSC Prelims and Mains. Before switching to standard sources and books, you would already have a thorough content for better understanding of subjects and also a starting point for your Mains Answer Writing.  

Minimum Sources – The sources to be referred have been kept to the bare minimum. If you go through the plan, you will find that we have confined our sources to a maximum of 2 per subject (One being NCERT). It has been done to prevent a candidate from wasting their precious time in going through the repetitive and irrelevant sources available in the market. You’ll be following one reference book per subject and IASbaba’s Value Add Notes (VAN).

Revision – Due consideration has been given for Revision that will help to consolidate what you have learnt in a particular module. Since the process is long and intensive, the lack of revision can be fatal. Therefore, we have given adequate room for revision and consolidation.

ILP-2023 VANs are high-quality specialized reading materials to give you an edge over your competitors. VANs have been designed intelligently to give you both prelims and mains covering the most important sources like Standard Text Books, Government Documents and Reports, Ministry Websites, PIB, ARC Reports, Economic Survey, Budget Document etc. to make your understanding seamless and smooth. With our value-add notes (VAN), you will be able to declutter the complexity of UPSC syllabus.

The VANs shall cover the static as well as contemporary issues related to every single topic given in the syllabus including GS 1, GS 2, GS 3, GS 4 (Ethics). You need not look beyond sources other than the standard ones given in the plan and ILP-2023 VAN’s.

We have simplified the VAN covering all important aspects so that it can be your ‘One Stop Source for UPSC Preparation’.

For Example:

  • For Modern History – You have to refer to NCERT’s (Old and New) and IASbaba’s VAN only. The relevant content from books like Bipan Chandra, ‘Plassey to Partition’, Spectrum etc. will be covered in the VANs.
  • For Environment and Ecology – NCERT and ILP-2023 VAN’s along with Babapedia (Current Affairs) will cover all your Prelims and Mains syllabus. You don’t have to refer to any other books!
  • For Science & Technology – NCERT and ILP-2023 VAN’s along with Babapedia (Current Affairs) will cover all your Prelims and Mains syllabus. You don’t have to refer to any other books!
  • Similarly, for other subjects, you do not have to go beyond the prescribed sources and VAN’s.

Covering current affairs is a big challenge for many aspirants. Most of the time students are confused about which sources to refer to? what to read? what not to read? to what depth to read?

Here comes Babapedia to your rescue. Babapedia is divided into Prelimspedia and Mainspedia for both your prelims and mains preparation. It is one of its kind compendiums of current affairs.

Prelimspedia gets updated on a daily basis. The only thing required is to log into your ILP account every day and go through the precise and crisp current affairs notes updated daily on Babapedia! Isn’t that awesome?

Mainspedia also gets updated on a daily basis. It is one of its kind initiatives where we declutter the most important editorials across national dailies to bring you relevant and ready ‘Introductions’, ‘Conclusions’, ‘facts’, ‘data’ in tabular format.

We will be providing the Mainspedia Articles in the Answer Writing Format (Introduction, Body, Conclusion).

Please Note: You will get unlimited complimentary access to Current Affairs content from 2016 onwards till mid May 2023. Babapedia is categorized Day-wise, Month-wise and Subject-wise, to make it very user-friendly and easily accessible!

IASbaba is known for its quality coverage and it is a testimony that we have been able to HIT the bull’s eye in Prelims and Mains both over the period of the last 5-6 years. The closeness and exact repetition of Questions from our Tests needs no mention.

High-quality tests with detailed solutions will help you keep track of your preparation. You will also get the chance to compete with thousands of sincere aspirants from the ILP community.

The Prelims Tests are designed carefully and with a lot of effort to match the standards set by UPSC. Questions are graded. easy, moderate, difficult and very difficult. The overall level of the test is kept a notch higher than UPSC so that students of IASbaba can have an edge.

A few thought-provoking previous year's questions of UPSC will also be covered as they are sometimes repeated.

DETAILED SOLUTIONS will be provided after the tests. Detailed Solution, Techniques to Decipher the Correct Answer (Elimination Technique). The Detailed Solution itself will act as a Source of learning and revision.

MODULE WISE TESTS – There are 22 Module wise tests that will cover the complete syllabus of all the static subjects of the syllabus.

EXCLUSIVE CURRENT AFFAIRS TESTS – With the increasing importance of current affairs (CA) in the exam. The 26 Separate CA Tests will help you in quick revision and consolidation.

Current Affairs Test will be covered from April 2022 to April 2023 (Assuming the Prelims Exam 2023 will be held during June 1st Week).

REVISION TESTS – 6 Subject wise Revision Sectional Tests are included in the plan after you are completely done with the Prelims Modules.

EXCLUSIVE TESTS – 3 Exclusive Tests based on (1. MAP BASED- National/International Locations & Geography of India & World Related, 2. ECONOMIC SURVEY & BUDGET 3. GOVERNMENT SCHEMES)

CSAT TESTS – 10 Full-Length CSAT tests are designed on the standards, difficulty level and pattern followed by UPSC.

FULL-LENGTH TESTS – 5 GS (PAPER 1) FULL-LENGTH TESTS will be available to check your level of preparation

DOUBTS RESOLUTION PAGE– We have a comment section for every question in a Test. So, this gives you a scope to clear your doubts which are question-specific.

ALL INDIA RANKING – the scores and ranks will be displayed after every test; one can clearly monitor his/her progress in a continuous manner and will be able to understand the real competition.

DETAILED ASSESSMENT of your Performance-based on Time-Analytics’ and Subject-wise Analytics’. This will help you gauge your efficiency per question (assist you in time-management) and to introspect your strengths and weaknesses in a particular subject.

FLEXIBILITY -There is no fixed time to take the tests. It’s flexible! However, it will be best to follow the schedule.

SNAPSHOT OF TESTS (TOTAL TESTS – 72)

  • Current Affairs Tests – 26 (50 Questions)
  • Module wise Tests – 22 (100 Questions)
  • Subject wise Revision Sectional Tests – 6 (100 Questions)
  • Exclusive Tests (Map based, Economic Survey & Budget, Government Schemes & Policies) – 3 (100 Questions)
  • Full Length Tests – 5 (100 Questions)
  • CSAT Full Length Tests – 10 (80 Questions)

What makes ILP even more special is the integration of mains mocks. This will help you learn the art of answer writing from day one. With the VAN and mains mocks with a detailed synopsis, your mains preparation will always be on track.

There will be Total 50 Mains Tests – 16 Module wise Mains Tests (14 Questions) and 13 Current Affairs Mains Tests (14 Questions), 11 Exclusive Essay Tests and 10 Full Length Tests (2 Cycles of GS1, GS2, GS3, GS4 and Essay) in the programme.

MODULE WISE TESTS – A Mains Test will be provided for every Module along with detailed synopsis. The tests will be conducted at the end of every Module.

CURRENT AFFAIRS TESTS – A Current Affairs Test will be provided every month covering the most relevant issues of the month.

In order for you to have a daily answer writing practice, a question will be posted every day on the ILP platform. You can write an answer on paper and upload its picture on the platform so that peer review can take place and you can improve. In the end of every module, the compiled question paper and detailed synopsis will be posted so that you can self-evaluate and learn.

10 Exclusive Essay Tests -Theme Based Topics

There will be Two Cycles of Full-Length Tests (20 Questions) of all the General Studies Paper (Total 10 Tests)

  • GS 1 – 2 FLTs
  • GS 2 – 2 FLTs
  • GS 3 – 2 FLTs
  • GS 4 – 2 FLTs
  • ESSAY – 2 FLTs

Please Note: Mains Answers will NOT be evaluated. Only Synopsis/Model Answer will be provided.

Mindmaps will be a part of Value Add Notes (VAN). There are several mental techniques to enhance your learning experience. One such technique is Mind Maps - Brain Mapping which has been proven very effective to revise and retain the topics.

The main reasons for this are –

  • It is pictographic.
  • It helps you to visualize an image rather than the paragraphs. This way you will recall it much easier in the exam.
  • It is crisp, so more information can be squeezed in a small space.
  • You wouldn’t require bulky notes before the exam to revise.

Essay is an important part of one’s preparation for the Civil Services exam. Since it is not a subject per se, you can’t read and learn it from the book. The more you’ll gain information on the GS subject, the more equipped you will become to tackle an essay.

In the ILP plan, once a sufficient portion of each subject is covered, we will start your essay preparation. Guidelines will be provided to you on how to write an essay, and then mock essays will be given for practice.

UPSC asks for two types of topics – a static/ factual topic and a philosophical topic. Approach for both is different and will be provided to you as part of the Program. The requisite skills and aptitude to write a scoring Essay shall be imparted with the help of regular guidelines given in the form of writing tips.

  • Essay strategy videos
  • Framework for theme-wise (Including Philosophical) essays
  • Mainspedia Content

Theme wise Essay Tests will be included in the Plan

Please Note: Synopsis will not be provided for Essay Tests.

If you happen to clear the Mains Written Examination, the Interview Mentorship Program (IMP) which includes DAF Analysis and Questionnaire, Mock Interview, One-on-One Session with Founders and Retired Civil Servants and Officers at no extra cost.

It is a forum wherein students having similar Optional-subjects, College or background can form groups and have discussions (peer-learning)! This will not only help you in forming a good peer-group/study circle but also in motivating each other to achieve your goals.

Our Students Love Us

This was my 2nd attempt. Since Start of my journey I have been associated with IASBaba via various programmes of IASBaba. I was part of ILP batch which helped me master command on core subjects of Prelims and Mains. I personally feel TLP is the best medium to learn and practice answer writing, it helped me to think in structured manner and complete paper in time.

- Darshan P Dugad Rank 138 UPSC CSE 2020 - ILP Student

Enrolling in ILP was the best decision for me. I give full credit to IASbaba for my success. Their effort matches their vision of enabling aspirants sitting at the remotest part of the country to secure a single-digit rank in UPSC and my result stands true to it. I cannot thank IASbaba enough. ILP tests, Value Add Notes, and especially the plan helped me a lot in quality preparation. While appearing for the UPSC exam, I felt like repeating the Mock Tests of IASbaba and thought if UPSC has copied IASbaba Listening about IASbaba’s role in the success from Top 20 of this year Toppers was something very emotional. I am so blessed to have got IASbaba in my life!

- Saumya Pandey Rank 4 UPSC CSE 2016 - ILP Student

I will be very honest that ILP really helped me a lot. Right from Babapedia, to the notes on various topics which were filled with diagrams and stories making them so much easier to learn to the regular prelims and Mains tests, it was all very succinct yet comprehensive. I recommend that every serious aspirant must at least go through them (ILP) and evaluate for themselves.

- Neha Jain Rank 14 UPSC CSE 2017 - ILP Student

Student of Integrated Learning Program Regular follower of initiatives like Yojana/Kurukshetra Gist. Interview Mentorship Programme (MPI and his favourite TLP Mains Answer Writing.

- Abhijeet Sinha Rank 19 UPSC CSE 2017 - ILP Student

I was associated with ILP in my initial preparation days and the in-depth coverage of topics, mains answer writing methods helped in building a strong foundation. The best thing about ILP is its detailed planning, daily targets which became my daily routine later on. Another important part of ILP, I need to highlight is their VAN’s & the quality of the Test Series. The mind-maps & infographics used in VAN’s makes it easier to remember.

- Gunjan Singh Rank 16 UPSC CSE 2019 - ILP Student

I scored AIR 19 in UPSC CSE 2019. This was my second attempt overall and my first appearance in Mains and Personality Test. I was a member of your ILP Programme and I believe that it’s a great initiative. Your website contains seriously good stuff and even the free resources like the Daily current affairs are amazing. Keep up the good work Babaji!

- Sreshta Anupam Rank 19 UPSC CSE 2019 - ILP Student

I have been a student of ILP and I would like to tell you how it has helped me in my preparation. Components of ILP which are value-added notes, babapedia, and ILP test series are very helpful. ILP is well planned and logically structured and the quality of the test series is very good. ILP has created a very nice platform for all the aspirants who want to go for self-study.

- Tapasya Parihar Rank 23 UPSC CSE 2017 - ILP Student

I was a part of IAS Baba’s ILP program. When I started my preparation of GS on my own it got a little overwhelming. That’s when ILP’s weekly plan helped me organize my preparation. I would like to take this moment to particularly thank the Babapedia initiative which was my main go-to source for current affairs.

- Divya Shakti Rank 79 UPSC CSE 2019 - ILP Student

For a working professional and a novice like me something as readymade as Integrated Learning Programme LP) in 2017 was so important that I cannot stop thanking for. Even in 2018 preparation. I enrolled for the same and also wrote all the questions which were made available for practice.

- Saurabh Bhuwania Rank 113 UPSC CSE 2018 - ILP Student

I was an Integrated Learning Programme (ILP) student VAN of History and Daily Current Affairs section was of much help.

- Anya Das Rank 60 UPSC CSE 2018 - ILP Student

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Frequently Asked Questions

ILP 2023 plan will start on 17th August. However, if you enroll now, you’ll get access to the portal, Babapedia (Prelimspedia + Mainspedia).

ILP-2023 can be accessed on a dedicated portal (elearn.iasbaba.com).

ILP will cover BOTH your Prelims and Mains Preparation along with Interview. Post Mains Results, you will be guided and mentored through the Interview phase along with Mock Interviews.

The Detailed Study Plan covers your entire syllabus of Prelims and Mains Preparation.

To Download the Detailed Schedule/Course Plan

One can make best use of ILP, if he/she wants to cover the whole syllabus along with timely Prelims and Mains Tests. ILP will provide a yearlong schedule that will keep the preparation on track. So, both freshers and veterans can join this program.

  • The Study plan is designed such that, if a working professional can spare at least 3-4 hours per day excluding the time spent for covering current affairs during work time in the weekdays and 8-10 hours on the weekends you can cover the syllabus on time.
  • Also, if you join ILP with Mentorship the Mentors will guide you through on your plan and strategy regularly.

A total of 72 Tests are provided. This includes General Studies Module wise, Current Affairs, Full Length and CSAT Tests.

  • TOTAL PRELIMS TESTS – 72 Tests
  • CURRENT AFFAIRS TESTS – 26 (50 Questions)
  • MODULE WISE TESTS – 22 (100 Questions)
  • SUBJECT WISE REVISION SECTIONAL TESTS – 6 (100 Questions)
  • EXCLUSIVE TESTS (MAP BASED, ECONOMIC SURVEY & BUDGET, GOVERNMENT SCHEMES & POLICIES) – 3 (100 Questions)
  • FULL LENGTH TESTS – 5 (100 Questions)
  • CSAT FULL LENGTH TESTS – 10 (80 Questions)

No, all the material provided will be in the form of soft copy. You can download and study the same.

You can take a maximum of 3 Attempts of each Prelims Test.

  • Detailed Assessment of your performance will be based on two tools for analyzing your performance in each test. Time-Analytics’ and Subject-wise Analytics’. This will help you gauge your efficiency per question (assist you in time-management) and to introspect your strength and weaknesses in a particular subject.

All INDIA RANKING will be given for every test.

A total of 50 Tests are provided. This includes General Studies Module wise, Current Affairs, Essay and Full-Length Tests.

  • TOTAL MAINS TESTS – 50 TESTS
  • MODULWISE TESTS – 16 TESTS (14 Questions)
  • CURRENT AFFAIRS TESTS – 13 TESTS (10 Questions)
  • FULL LENGTH TESTS – 10 TESTS (GS1, GS2, GS3, GS4, Essay – 2 CYCLES)
  • ESSAY TESTS – 11 TESTS

Mains Answer Evaluation is not included in ILP 2023. If you want Mains Answer Evaluation, you can join TLP Plus 2022 or TLP Plus 2023.

The tests are flexible. Once we upload a test you can give it any time based on your convenience. Prelims Tests and Mains Tests can be accesses till UPSC Prelims 2022

No. Only GS Papers and Essay will be covered under ILP Programme

In the daily model schedule, we have mentioned how to squeeze in mains preparation. Mains static GS portion and optional can be done on alternate days in the same time slot. We have made an ideal timetable for three-time slots. If one can put more effort, one more slot can be created for optionals.

Yes. Our VAN is one of the most comprehensive documents which covers each and every topic of UPSC syllabus (Both Prelims and Mains)

Babapedia will be in Read Only format. It cannot be downloaded or printed. However, You can copy the text which will help you in making soft notes.

Yes, we recommend you to make your own notes which will not only help in easy revision but will also help in longer retention and sharpens your answer writing skill.

Prelimspedia will be updated till 20 days before UPSC CSE Prelims 2023. Mainspedia will be updated till 20 days before UPSC CSE Mains 2023.

A mentor will help you to motivate as well as address your queries. The mentor will hand hold you in every aspect of your preparation related to this program. Please note that, topic-specific queries will not be entertained.

  • You can talk to your mentor over a video call. There will be 20-25 Students who can connect at a time to your respective mentors. This will also act as a Buddy-System’, a small peer group to help and motivate each other for mutual learning.
  • You can connect with your mentors 3 times a month, that is basically every 10 days (Once Every Module), so that you can get feedback on your performance in the Test and also on what should be your approach in the future.
  • We will let you know about the application used for video calls once the program starts.
  • You can have a call with the mentor too on a regular basis, if your doubts are not resolved during the live session.
  • The Mentorship will start from August 18th 2022 and will be valid till UPSC Prelims 2023.
  • Mentorship is available for both English and Hindi Students.

Note: Only 500 seats available for Mentorship and will be filled up on a first come first serve basis

  • Mind map helps you to visualize an image rather than the paragraphs. This way you will recall it much easier in the exam.
  • It is crisp, so more information can be squeezed in a small space.
  • You wouldn’t require bulky notes before the exam to revise.

Essay is an important part of one’s preparation for the Civil Services exam. Since it is not a subject per se, you can’t read and learn it from the book. The more you’ll gain information on the GS subject, the more equipped you will become to tackle an essay.

In the ILP plan, once a sufficient portion of each subject is covered, we will start your essay preparation. Guidelines will be provided to you on how to write an essay, and then mock essays will be given for practice.

UPSC asks for two types of topics – a static/ factual topic and a philosophical topic. Approach for both is different and will be provided to you as part of the Program. The requisite skills and aptitude to write a scoring Essay shall be imparted with the help of regular guidelines given in the form of writing tips.

  • Essay strategy videos
  • Framework for theme-wise (Including Philosophical) essays
  • Mainspedia Content

Theme wise Essay Tests will be included in the Plan

Please Note: Synopsis will not be provided for Essay Tests.

Considering the pandemic, job, and income losses we have tried to keep the pricing as low as possible without compromising on the quality.

  • ILP 2023 – 9999/- + taxes – MAKE PAYMENT
  • ILP 2023 (With Mentorship) – 14999/- + taxes – MAKE PAYMENT
  • ILP 2023 (With Current Affairs Videos) – 14999/- + taxes – MAKE PAYMENT
  • ILP 2023 (Mentorship + Current Affairs Videos) – 17999/- + taxes – MAKE PAYMENT

  • If you are an existing/previous year’s student of IASbaba, you will be eligible for an additional discount of 10%! Just apply your Instamojo payment ID (can be found on your payment receipt) as the coupon code while registering to avail of the discount.
  • Note: You will have to use the same email address used to register in the previous course to avail of the discount.
  • If you are unable to find the Instamojo ID or if your Code is not working, please mail us on ilp@iasbaba.com with the previous year’s receipt. We shall rectify the issue.

You can join the ILP 2023 anytime. There is NO DEADLINE! But we would advice you to join the program before it starts so that you can streamline and discipline your preparation.

ILP-2023 can be accessed on a dedicated portal (elearn.iasbaba.com).

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