We provide a well-researched and organized online course for WBCS aspirants to get success in the exam.Our WBCS online coaching in kolkata offers a combination of all essential learning tools in a simple yet effective way to boost up the skills of every student, coming from various backgrounds
Best quality Faculty Team to ensure crystal clear understanding of every subject
400+ hours of Interactive Live Class Sessions with a proper
blend of enriched concepts, short-cut techniques and lots of problem solving
200+ Hours of Add on Classes Focussing WBCS Main syllabus only
Access to all Live class recording Video Lectures for revision purpose
Quality Notes, E-Books & Extensive Workbooks with 100% coverage
Limited class population for better understanding of the students
Doubt Clearing Platforms with on demand doubt discussion sessions
Very strong student’s feedback system for better support
Full Mock Test Series with Subject-wise Tests & 10+ Full Mock Tests
Special classes on Soft-skill & Personal Interview (PI) Training
What’s Holding You Back
Before heading towards WBCS preparation, you need to know about certain key things that often hold you back from achieving success. And once you figure them out, no one can stop you from being successful. Therefore, you should refrain yourself from the following conditions.
- Lack of enough confidence & motivation.
- Weak determination.
- Insufficient discipline in study routine.
- Lack of proper planning & strategy.
- Improper or no guidance.
- Inappropriate selection of study materials or resources.
WBCS exam is conducted in three phases, Preliminary exam, Mains and Personal interview. WBCS Prelims syllabus comprises eight subjects. In the preliminary exam one has to solve 200 MCQs in 2.5 hours. The qualified candidates have to face a Mains exam followed by a personal interview. The final selection will be done on the basis of marks obtained in Mains and Personal interview.
The eight topics of preliminary exam are as follows:
- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Idioms and Phrases
- Vocabulary Test
- Phrasal Verbs
- Fill in the qualifying words
- General appreciation
- Understanding of science
- Matters of everyday observation
- Experience as expected from an educated person not having made special studies of scientific disciplines
Current Events of National and International Importance
Significant events affecting India and its relations with the world
History of India
Geography of India with special reference to West Bengal
- Physical Geography
- Social Geography
- Economic Geography
Indian Polity and Economy
- Indian Constitution
- Panchayati Raj
- Constitutional Bodies, etc.
Indian National Movement
- Nature and character of Nineteenth-Century Resurgence
- Growth of Nationalism
- Attainment of Independence
General Mental Ability
- Logical Reasoning
- General Aptitude
In WBCS Mains candidates have to appear in eight different subject papers (six for Group C and D).