Welcome to IMPULSE

IMPULSE, an institute that ONLY provides UPSC Civil Services Coaching, has been founded by taking the oath at its best to empower the nation through producing Civil Servants being West Bengal a party of it, first time in the city.

Director’s Message

I want to be an IAS officer, I want to be an IPS officer, I love to be in IFS. These are the most common words of the aspirants who shape their DREAM in the attire of these services. This is the age of connectivity where we can gather all the information with just one finger touch. People start to scribble here and there, suggestions have been got poured incessantly, person with or without experience attempts to write novel in the mind of the aspirants with their own story, whether it works or not that doesn’t matter, soothsayers predict, self-proclaimed ‘gurus’ assure. Aspirants purchase books, study materials, get enrolled in the coaching for the preparation of Civil Services Examination, keep spending day and night after preparation but in most of the cases the results come out negative, the webpage of UPSC keeps constantly blinking with “Not Qualified” with a minuscule number with “Qualified”. The difference between these “Not Qualified” and “Not Qualified” gets decided on a very few things but INFODEMICS plays the major.

Gone are the days of traditional preparation for the success of UPSC Civil Services Examination. Since the year of 2011, UPSC has reformed a lot regarding the IAS examination pattern. Firstly, in the year 2011, it changed the pattern of the Preliminary Examination and then in the year 2013 it changed the Main Examination pattern also. If anyone analyses this changing pattern of the UPSC Civil Services Examination, one thing is crystal clear i.e. the UPSC is emphasizing more on a candidate’s overall approach or aptitude rather than his specialization on a specific subject. This examination has been changed from the ‘Optional Papers Centric’ to ‘GS centric’ though the nomenclature remained the same. The cut off marks for each stages of this examination is surging day by day and as a consequence the competition is getting tougher to toughest.

So, what should be the success ‘mantra’ for a candidate who aspires to be an IAS officer. A multi-fold spirited approach can work as the saviour. By the side of building up the concepts, one has to know the art by sitting in the examination hall how he can answer the questions. For this a strategy is required. As the syllabus is vast enough, interlinking of thoughts of different subjects in a nutshell is warranted and by the side one has to know what have to read and what not to be. Just mugging up is not going to work here. Here comes the need for ‘specialized guidance’ not the pseudo one, appropriate as par as the Civil Service Examination’s changing pattern.

Of course, it is possible for an aspirant to crack IAS, if he can make the unison of STRATEGY, PERSEVERANCE and RIGHT GUIDANCE. TIME IS THE RAREST GIFT, accept it gleefully and use it prudently. Our best wishes are here for all the IAS aspirants. LONG LIVE POTENTIALITY.

I want to be an IAS officer, I want to be an IPS officer, I love to be in IFS. These are the most common words of the aspirants who shape their DREAM in the attire of these services. This is the age of connectivity where we can gather all the information with just one finger touch. People start to scribble here and there, suggestions have been got poured incessantly, person with or without experience attempts to write novel in the mind of the aspirants with their own story, whether it works or not that doesn’t matter, soothsayers predict, self-proclaimed ‘gurus’ assure. Aspirants purchase books, study materials, get enrolled in the coaching for the preparation of Civil Services Examination, keep spending day and night after preparation but in most of the cases the results come out negative, the webpage of UPSC keeps constantly blinking with “Not Qualified” with a minuscule number with “Qualified”. The difference between these “Not Qualified” and “Not Qualified” gets decided on a very few things but INFODEMICS plays the major.

Gone are the days of traditional preparation for the success of UPSC Civil Services Examination. Since the year of 2011, UPSC has reformed a lot regarding the IAS examination pattern. Firstly, in the year 2011, it changed the pattern of the Preliminary Examination and then in the year 2013 it changed the Main Examination pattern also. If anyone analyses this changing pattern of the UPSC Civil Services Examination, one thing is crystal clear i.e. the UPSC is emphasizing more on a candidate’s overall approach or aptitude rather than his specialization on a specific subject. This examination has been changed from the ‘Optional Papers Centric’ to ‘GS centric’ though the nomenclature remained the same. The cut off marks for each stages of this examination is surging day by day and as a consequence the competition is getting tougher to toughest.

So, what should be the success ‘mantra’ for a candidate who aspires to be an IAS officer. A multi-fold spirited approach can work as the saviour. By the side of building up the concepts, one has to know the art by sitting in the examination hall how he can answer the questions. For this a strategy is required. As the syllabus is vast enough, interlinking of thoughts of different subjects in a nutshell is warranted and by the side one has to know what have to read and what not to be. Just mugging up is not going to work here. Here comes the need for ‘specialized guidance’ not the pseudo one, appropriate as par as the Civil Service Examination’s changing pattern.

Of course, it is possible for an aspirant to crack IAS, if he can make the unison of STRATEGY, PERSEVERANCE and RIGHT GUIDANCE. TIME IS THE RAREST GIFT, accept it gleefully and use it prudently. Our best wishes are here for all the IAS aspirants. LONG LIVE POTENTIALITY.

Contact Deb Mukherjee

Email: deb_5630@icloud.com