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विजयम Batch - UPSC IAS FOUNDATION LIVE BATCH (2025-26) By Adda247 IAS

Exams Covered: 2
  • date icon Starts: 10-Apr-2024
  • seat icon Seats: 500
  • timing Timings: 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
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  • Access to Structured Classes in Live & Recorded Form
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  • Vijyam IAS and PCS
    Vijyam IAS and PCS

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  • TEST_SERIES461 Test Series
  • EBOOKS1199 E-Books
  • Overview
  • This Package Includes
  • Study Plan
  • Subjects Covered
  • Exam Pattern
  • Note
  • Faculty
  • FAQs


The UPSC Foundation Batch targeting the years 2025-26 is a comprehensive program designed to prepare aspiring civil servants for the rigorous UPSC Civil Services Examination. Recognizing the dynamic nature of the examination and the evolving trends in questions and topics, this batch aims to equip candidates with the requisite knowledge, skills, and strategies needed to excel in all stages of the UPSC examination process.

Structured Curriculum: The foundation batch offers a meticulously crafted curriculum covering all subjects and topics prescribed by the UPSC syllabus. It includes subjects such as History, Geography, Polity, Economy, Environment & Ecology, Science & Technology, and Current Affairs.
Experienced Faculty: The batch is taught by a team of experienced and expert faculty members with a proven track record of guiding successful candidates through the UPSC journey. The faculty not only imparts subject knowledge but also provides valuable insights, exam strategies, and tips for effective time management.
Comprehensive Study Material: Candidates receive high-quality Online study material, and online resources, curated by subject matter experts. The study material is regularly updated to incorporate any changes in the UPSC exam pattern or syllabus.
Mock Tests and Practice Sessions: Regular mock tests and practice sessions are conducted to help candidates assess their progress, identify strengths and weaknesses, and get accustomed to the exam pattern and time constraints. Detailed feedback and analysis of mock tests enable candidates to fine-tune their preparation strategies.
Personalized Guidance and Mentorship: Each candidate receives personalized guidance and mentorship from experienced mentors who provide individualized support, motivation, and feedback throughout the preparation journey. Mentors help candidates set realistic goals, overcome challenges, and stay focused on their objectives.
Current Affairs Updates: Given the significant weightage of current affairs in the UPSC examination, the foundation batch ensures that candidates stay updated with the latest national and international developments through regular current affairs sessions, news analysis, and discussions.
Doubt Resolution: A dedicated platform is provided for candidates to clarify their doubts, interact with faculty members, and engage in peer-to-peer learning. Clearing doubts promptly helps in strengthening conceptual clarity and confidence.
Personality Development and Interview Preparation: Apart from academic preparation, candidates are also groomed for the personality test (interview) stage of the UPSC examination. Specialized sessions on communication skills, personality development, mock interviews, and group discussions are conducted to enhance candidates' overall personality and confidence.

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This Package Includes

  • 1500+ hours of live classes 
  • 24*7 Recorded sessions available.
  • Comprehensive Mentorship for Selected Candidates
  • Academics Enrich Program: How you can implement UPSC in your academics
  • Personal Manual Mentorship for Prelims Qualified Aspirants.
  • Free E-Books and Content for Aspirants.
  • Current affairs classes.
  • Faculty made notes and practice questions.

Study Plan

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Subjects Covered

  • Ancient History & Med. History
  • Polity
  • Geography & Mapping
  • General Science
  • Science & Tech
  • Modern History
  • Environment
  • Economics
  • International Relations
  • World History
  • Ethics
  • Governance
  • Social Issues & Social Justice
  • Internal Security
  • Disaster Management
  • CSAT 

Exam Pattern

UPSC conducts 3 stages of recruitment for the Civil Services Examination – Prelims, Mains, and Interview! UPSC Preliminary Examination is an objective type consisting of 9 descriptive examinations to shortlist the candidates for the Main Examination. Only the candidates who qualify for all the papers of the Main Examination will be called for the interview round to assess their intelligence, attentiveness, balance of judgment and human qualities like honesty, integrity, and leadership qualities, which will form part of the final selection process.

UPSC Prelims 2024 Exam Pattern:
UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) Preliminary Examination is the first stage of the examination and is qualifying in nature. Candidates must have obtained a minimum 33% marks with marks above the cut-off decided by UPSC. UPSC preliminary examination is conducted to shortlist a limited number of candidates for the main examination. The UPSC syllabus for the Prelims exam consists of two papers namely General Studies and CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test).

UPSC Prelims 2024 Exam Pattern
PaperSubjectsMarksNo. of QuestionDuration
IGeneral Studies (GS)2001002 hours (9:30 AM to 11:30 AM)
IICSAT200802 hours (2:30 PM to 4:30 PM)

Important Points: 

  • For each wrong answer, 1/3 of total marks will be deducted.
  • No marks will be deducted for blank answers.
  • In General Studies (Paper I), each question carries 2 marks and there is a negative marking of 0.66 marks
  • In CSAT (Paper-II), each question carries 2.5 marks and there is a negative marking of 0.833 marks for each wrong answer.
  • Marks of the preliminary examination will not be included in the final result (merit list).
  • Paper II of the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination will be a qualifying

UPSC Syllabus 2024 for Main Exam:
Candidates who qualify the preliminary examination will be eligible to appear for the main examination. This is the scoring and rank-determining stage of the examination process and the candidates have to qualify for each paper. The Main Examination tests the candidate's academic knowledge and ability to present understanding as per the requirements of the question in a time bound manner. UPSC Syllabus 2024 for Mains Exam is given below.



UPSC Mains 2024 Exam Pattern
Qualifying PapersMarks
Paper-AOne of the Indian Language to be selected by the candidate from 
the Languages included in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution
Papers Counted for Merit
Paper-IIGeneral Studies-I (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society)250
Paper-IIIGeneral Studies-II (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)250
Paper-IVGeneral Studies-III (Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)250
Paper-VGeneral Studies-IV (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude)250
Paper-VIOptional Subject – Paper 1250
Paper-VIIOptional Subject – Paper 2250
Sub Total (Written Test)1750
Personality Test275
Grand Total 2025

Important Points: 

  • The Main Examination consists of two qualifying papers, namely “Paper A” and “Paper B”, each of 300 marks.
  • The two qualifying papers are “Any Indian Language from the Eighth Schedule” and “English Language Paper”.
  • Candidates must obtain 25% marks in both the qualifying papers i.e. 75 marks each.
  • All other seven papers are scoring, their marks will be included in the final merit list.
  • Candidates can answer all scoring items in English or any of the eight scheduled languages.
  • Candidates must select any one subject from the table as their optional subject for Paper VI and Paper VII.


This batch is not a part of Mahapack.


S. No.FacultySubjectDemo Link
1Dheeraj SirEthics & EconomicsClick here
2Vinay Singh SirPolity & GovernanceClick here
3Harish Mishra SirHistoryClick here
4Pankaj Aghnihotri SirHistory & Governance, IRClick here
5Chandan Gupta SirScience & techClick here

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