Dear Friends,

Hope everyone’s preparation is going on well.

Some of our users have been facing difficulties with respect to receiving email updates from the ForumIAS Blog (http://blog.forumias.com

ForumIAS has been running several initiatives to aid civil service preparation of students. Following these initiatives can provide you quality study materials, answer writing practice, boost your prelims preparation and help in quickly identifying the important articles of the day. It can save your time and effort.

However, we are also aware that sometimes, we want to follow selective initiatives only, but until now, you could either subscribe to all updates or no updates.

Now we are changing the method of subscribing to ForumIAS updates, where you can follow each initiative separately. It means that if you are - say want to follow Mains Marathon and don't want Prelims Marathon, you can only follow Mains Marathon. You can do this by following the separate pages created for each initiative. 

We are listing the various initiatives, which you can follow separately and you will get an email update as soon as we  create a post in that initiative. 

Various initiatives of ForumIAS

Must Read News Articles (MNRA)

Every morning we scan Newspapers (such as The Hindu, Indian Express, etc.) and bring the most relevant articles which need to be done. This saves the time and effort of students in identifying useful and important articles. It helps both – the beginners and the veteran.

Frequency – Monday to Saturday

Subscribe - http://beta.forumias.com/page/Must-Read-News-Article

7pm Editorial Summary -

It provides in-depth analysis of the important news editorial of the day. You don’t need to look anywhere more for your daily news analysis.

Frequency - Over a week, it will cover five important editorials.

Subscribe - http://beta.forumias.com/page/7pm-Editorial-Daily-Initiative-by-ForumIAS

Mains Marathon

Every morning, we post 4 questions for students for practice. 3 questions are based on current affairs [dynamic part] and 1 question is based on the static syllabus. The questions framed are meaningful and relevant to the exam. Answers of the question are posted in the evening on the same day. Make use of this initiative to practice your writing skills

Frequency – Monday to Saturday

Subscribe- http://beta.forumias.com/page/Mains-Marathon-Daily-Answer-Writing-by-ForumIAS

9 pm brief

It provides a brief of all the relevant articles of day in a clear, concise and easily consumable format. You don’t need to look anywhere more for your daily news bytes. It helps in your prelims and mains preparation.

Frequency - Monday to Saturday

Subscribe - http://beta.forumias.com/page/9-PM-Daily-Brief-Daily-Current-Affairs-by-ForumIAS

Prelims Marathon

Daily 5 questions/MCQs are posted. Questions are based on the static part of the syllabus. Practicing quality questions on daily basis can boost your prelims preparation.

Frequency – Monday to Saturday

Subscribe - http://beta.forumias.com/page/Prelims-Marathon-Daily-MCQs-by-ForumIAS

10pm Daily Quiz

Daily 5 questions/MCQs are posted. Questions are based on the dynamic part of the syllabus (i.e. current affairs). Practicing quality questions on daily basis can boost your prelims preparation.

Frequency – Monday to Saturday

Subscribe - http://beta.forumias.com/page/10PM-Quiz-Daily-Quiz-based-on-Current-Affairs-by-ForumIAS

Subscribe to these initiatives to quickly get email alerts when anything is posted on that page

Follow these initiatives and turbocharge your civil services preparation.

For any other updates regarding ForumIAS, Subscribe - http://beta.forumias.com/page/ForumIAS-Academy

For any doubts post your comment below.

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Keep Studying, Keep Smiling

Team ForumIAS