General Studies at the Preliminary level is divided into two papers- GS-I and GS-II.
GS-II is popularly known as CSAT.
CSAT from 2015 Preliminary, is a mere qualifying exam. The entire weightage is on Paper-I of GS. CSAT classes are held a few weeks after the General Studies (Paper-I) classes commence so that candidates get familiar with the examination and the pattern. The Paper-II Course lasts almost 3 months.
SRIRAM’s IAS CSAT course is available at both the centers.
Admission for the course is open. You can enrol in the course by filling the admission form and completing the payment. You can also reserve your seat by paying a small non-refundable amount and visit either of our centers for counseling.optional file name
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