Zoology being a science subject has a straight and clearly laid out syllabus. It has always been popular as a safe and scoring optional in the IAS and the IFoS.
For scoring well in this subject, you have to know the core facts and concepts with clarity. You also need to know how to present your answer well with diagrams.
For years, this subject has remained a favourite among aspirants from various backgrounds such as MBBS, BDS, BVSc, BSc or BTech in Biotechnology, BSc Life Science / Zoology / Botany / Microbiology and BPharma.
The popularity of the subject has been due to:
During UPSC evaluation, there is always a great degree of objectivity because of the straight forward nature of questions. So, you can be sure of not losing any marks on the grounds that your line of arguments / interpretation did not match with that of the examiner. In sciences, there are only facts and concepts, which if correct, are bound to fetch you high marks. Therefore, with Zoology you can be fairly sure of scoring just on the basis your examination hall performance.
We have guided many students who have scored more than 60% marks in the IAS Main (a score, which is good enough to make you a top ranker). In the recent years, about 15% of the total selections in the IFoS too have come from this optional.
In our experience, both good and average students can gain from our Zoology Course, especially in the following ways:
If you have been a biological or allied science student, you’ll find the entire course extremely rewarding and easy to manage. Hundreds of such students have already benefitted from our Zoology course so far. It is your turn now.
Paper – I of IAS Main Examination / IFoS Zoology – Full coverage with study material
Paper – II of IAS main Examination / IFoS Zoology – Full coverage with study material
Updated study material with 100% coverage of the syllabus
5-6 days a week depending on the stage of the Course
3 – 4 Hours a day
Revision Tests along with the classroom coverage of the subject
Refresher Tests after the completion of the classroom coverage of the subject
Test frequency is usually once a week
Supplementary notes on recent updates (provided in e-book form)
Refresher tests after the completion of the course based on IAS Main and IFoS Pattern