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Mains Guidance Program (MGP)

MGP Batch D: 14 Tests: 10 Sectional + 4 Full Syllabus Tests
MGP+ Batch D : 14 GS Tests + 4 Essay Classroom Sessions + 4 Essay Tests
Batch D is recommended for those candidates who will be writing their first Mains. It is recommended,( but not mandatory )to join the Test Plan with more
sectional Tests as they prepare. There are significant new things in Mains Syllabus – such as World History, Post-Independence History, Ethics and Essay – which
you may not be fully prepared with, hence the breakage of syllabus into sectional tests.


Commences June 10
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A Note to all candidates planning to join MGP – Important Note

Dear Friends,

A lot of you would be joining MGP this year because it has been recommended by IAS Rank 1, 8, 10 and 11 and IFoS Rank 1, 6,9,18 of this year– all MGP Students or any your
friends in service or in preparation. We would like you to keep a few things in mind, before you join us.

We did our first MGP in 2016, which was done without any public advertisement or an announcement. We only provided guidance for GS Paper 1,2,3, 4 back then, and not
for the essay paper. 74 out of 86 candidates who took MGP 2016 cleared the Mains that year – some of them being Prajit Nair, AIR 87, Sushil Kumar, AIR 92 and Mittali,
Rank 56. Despite outstanding selection ratio in the Interview, in the final result we had lesser number of candidates in top 100 (there were lot of people outside 100 rank) -
primarily because we did not do an essay module that year – despite repeated requests from our students.

In 2017, we added Essay Guidance and Tests, and the results significantly improved for our students – and us.

However, it is important to note that with the release of topper copies, and the answer writing strategy in public domain - we will have to re-invent and innovate things at a
fast pace. Apart from the structure that we focused on last time, we would also like to focus on content very strongly this year. The marks in Mains are dependent on three
Papers :

(1) Essay (2) Ethics, and (3) Current Affairs Preparedness across GS Paper 2 and 3.

It is important that candidates must work on their content – and content differentiation - or at least presentation differentiation - if you want to score outstanding marks in
the Main Examination. We did Current Affairs Classes for Mains last year – with these twin goals:

(a) Ensuring theme based - wide coverage, so that candidates are able to write on any topic that is asked

(b) Differential Content from many sources, so that you get better marks compared to your competitors.

It worked, as our Student Pratham AIR 5 – our classroom student scored the highest marks in GS this year – with 501 Marks. If you ask him (videos are on YouTube ), he
will admit that stuck to classroom content, made things concise, and attended every single class.

We shall be targeting the content aspect in a holistic manner this year with three modules, so that those of you who are fresher’s or otherwise, can be confident of writing
good quality answers in the examination hall. This will also ensure that our students will continue to occupy top ranks in the days to come – and ForumIAS Academy will
continue to occupy leadership position in terms of innovation and attracting the best aspirants.

(a) Essay Module: This Module will provide differential content for your Essay, coupled with few Essay Tests that will be evaluated separately. This is a part of MGP+ but
can be subscribed separately as well. Our Student Apurva Pandey has secured 175 marks in Essay this year – the highestmarks.

(b) Ethics Module: This Module is for candidates who are looking for building a quick good theoretical base for Ethics Paper of General Studies. Will include Case Studies
as well. Our students have scored 129 and 134 marks in Ethics Paper in CSE 2016.

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(c) Current Affairs for Mains: This module we believe is a sine qua non, for content building and differentiation in the Mains Examination. Classes are taken by Dipin Sir,
and both Rank 5 - Pratham and Abhishek Surana - Rank 10 this year have benefitted from the Program. Pratham has secured 501 marks - the highest marks in General
Studies. He is the Mains Topper.

We recommend that you should take up one or more of these modules are per your requirement. Also, this year, we have very little time - and if you see the syllabus, we have
tried to squeeze the entire Mains syllabus - in 14 weeks across 14 Tests, but we know that large parts of the syllabus require more time to complete than a week – which is
currently allocated.

Hence, unlike last year, where we used to ask candidates to take a week’s break after Prelims and get back to studies, this year our advisory is to get back to Mains preparation
with as minimum break as possible. Hence, we are commencing the Program on June 10 th itself.

We will try to come up with small modules and study material on World History and Post- Independence History as well, so that we can help reduce your preparation time.
However, we cannot promise anything as of now.

We would also like to know your views on this, and if there is anything we can do to help you prepare better, or reduce preparation time for you please drop us a mail at

Wishing you Success,


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About Mains Guidance Program: MGP is India’s pioneering and most trusted Mentor Guided, Test Series Based Preparation Plan for Civil Services Mains Examination. It
consists of Test Papers having questions printed on a Question-cum-Answer Booklet (QCA), that have to be attempted in the booklet and submitted at the offline center, or
via email in a scanned PDF format. The copy is evaluated and Marks allocated. A mentor call can be requested to discuss one’s performance and weak areas, with specific
suggestions to improve, ensuring that Mains Appearing Candidates are able to score better in the Civil Services Mains Examination.


ForumIAS MGP students have secured AIR 1, 8, 10 , 11 in CSE 2017. More than 200+ candidates from ForumIAS – from the MGP and Classroom Programs have made it to
the Final List – excluding the Prelims Test Series and Interview Guidance Program. Both IAS and IFoS Rank 1 are Forum Students.

Mains Guidance Program - Program Objective:

ForumIAS will be conducting a Mains Guidance Program for 2018. The Primary Focus of the Program will be

• Covering the entire syllabus via the Test Series in a disciplined manner before the Mains Examination.
• Providing vital inputs and feedback to improve answer quality and possible scores before it too late to make changes in one’s writing style. Beginning early helps in
both improving the answers as well as absorbing the inputs given and implementing them.
• Aiding Preparation by providing notes / articles on important topics related to Current Affairs.
• Providing Detailed Solutions to cover all dimensions of questions asked.

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Mains Guidance Program - Program Design

We have broken the syllabus into small doable parts that can be covered in a week. After a week, candidates can appear for a Test on the topics. This will

• help in checking their preparation on the topics mentioned

• get feedback and marks on the paper they have written
• cover the syllabus in a disciplined manner, which is otherwise difficult
• become aware of issues and questions on the topics being prepared.

This is especially useful for those who have just begun, as they are often not aware of important issues from examination point of view, and end up studying things a little
randomly and endlessly. It is not correct to state that Civil Services Examination Syllabus has no boundaries. It is just that the boundaries are porous, and there has to be a
locus and focus approach while dealing with the syllabus.

Timely tests help you understand what to focus on while studying, and make studying exam oriented, and organized.

How it works?

• You must enroll by paying the course fee by visiting or the Offline Test Center
• Once enrolled, you will be added to the Course. This course is available both Online and Offline, and there is no difference in the two modes. You can anytime
write the test and attend classes at the Center or do the same online. Your Course will be available on
• On the designated Test Date, you will receive the QCA Booklet – Question-cum-Answer Booklet in your dashboard. You need to download it, take a print out and
attempt the question in it. Questions on QCA Booklet will only be accepted, not on A4 Size Sheets.
• Once you have completed the paper, you can use a scanner or if you have an Android or iPhone, you can use the app “Camscanner” to click photos of your
Answersheet and convert your attempted QCA booklet into PDF
• Please name your Answer Copy as “Name-TestNo-RollNo.pdf” ( e.g. Anudeep-Test1D-19120009234.pdf ) and send it via email to as
attachment. The subject your email should be “Name-TestNo-RollNo.”
• Mentorship will be provided telephonically or via Skype/ other VoIP / Web Technologies. Candidates are expected to have a laptop or mobile device where they can
see their answer sheets or other good answer sheets

Test Plan

The Test Plan is designed to achieve 3 times revision of the full syllabus for candidates appearing for Mains 2018.

Iteration Tests Key benefit / goal

Iteration 1 10 Sectional Tests In first Iteration, Coverage of syllabus on a weekly basis – keeping the weekly target to a minimum
doable basis – so that you complete your first iteration, get the relevant feedback from mentors and
make necessary changes to writing style. A timeline of 10 weeks has been set for this.
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Iteration 2 4 Full Syllabus Tests In the second iteration, candidates are expected to do a complete revision of the syllabus – in next 4
weeks and write full syllabus tests – paperwise.
Iteration 3 4 Full Syllabus Open Write 4 Full Length Tests + Essay as per UPSC timings and schedule – fifteen days before the
Tests examination – so that you rehearse performing well in our classrooms – before you write the actual
exam in UPSC Examination Hall. These copies will not be evaluated and are only for the purpose of
simulating the exam experience.

How to make best use of MGP?

• If you take up this program, we recommend you to write the test as per schedule. We have provided flexibility in writing of Tests, but simply put, we have seen top
results only when candidates have been disciplined in writing tests.
• Always, always, always join in groups if you can, and see your relative performance weekly within the group. The success of so many candidates under 50 rank is
also because they had a good peer group which kept them on toes. They also used to take mentorship/paper discussion sessions in groups.
• There is no difference between the online and offline mode . If you ever come to Delhi, you can write the test at our Offline Center in Delhi. Some of our top
Students like Aparajita – Rank 40 wrote the tests online – from Benaras - but were very diligent and particular with it.

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Test Plan & Calendar – Batch D / D+

# Test Date / Test Code Syllabus Topic Sources

1 June 10 (Sunday) GS 1 : World History • HISTORY NCERT (OLD) – 9TH, 10TH
|9 AM – 12 PM| History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial AND 11TH
FRM-IAS-D101 revolution, world wars, re-drawal of national boundaries, colonization, • MODERN WORLD HISTORY –
decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism etc.- NORMAN LOWE
their forms and effect on the society.
2 June 17 (Sunday) GS 1: Post Independence History & Modern History, Art & Culture. • NCERT OLD – BIPIN CHANDRA
|9 AM – 12 PM| (12th)
FRM-IAS-D102 Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country. • NEW NCERT – THEMES IN
Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the
present- significant events, personalities, issues. The Freedom Struggle – its • INDIA’S STRUGGLE FOR
various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of FREEDOM - BIPAN CHANDRA
the country. • PLASSEEY TO PARTITION –
Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and SPECTRUM – GANDHI, NEHRU,
Architecture from ancient to modern times.

3 June 19 (Tuesday) Essay Classroom Session – 1
8AM Only for MGP+ and Essay Module Students.
4 June 24 (Sunday) GS 1 : Geography & GS 3 : Agriculture & Allied Issues
|9 AM – 12 PM| • NCERT – 10TH AND 12TH
FRM-IAS-D103 Salient features of world’s physical geography. Distribution of key natural • HUMAN GEOGRAPHY – MAJID
resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent); HUSSAIN
factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector
industries in various parts of the world (including India) Important Geophysical
phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc., • ICSE 10TH STD. TEXT BOOK – TOTAL
geographical features and their location- changes in critical geographical features GEOGRAPHY
(including water bodies and ice-caps) and in flora and fauna and the effects of • RAMESH SINGH,
such changes. • CLASS 10TH – CONTEMPORARY
Major crops cropping patterns in various parts of the country, different types of
irrigation and irrigation systems storage, transport and marketing of agricultural
produce and issues and related constraints; e-technology in the aid of farmers • SERIES 2016

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Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; • NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
Public Distribution System- objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping;
issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions; economics of
animal-rearing. •
Food processing and related industries in India- scope and significance, location,
upstream and downstream requirements, supply chain management.
5 June 26 (Tuesday) Essay Classroom Session 1 and Essay Test 1
8 AM Only for MGP+ and Essay Module Students.
6 July 1 (Sunday) GS 2 : Polity & Governance
FRM-IAS-D104 Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, LAXMIKANTH – GOVERNANCE IN
significant provisions and basic structure. • Functions and responsibilities of the INDIA
Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, • LAXMIKANT (INDIAN POLITY)-
devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein. APPENDIX IX AND X - RPA

• Separation of powers between various organs dispute redressal mechanisms and

institutions. • Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other

• Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, conduct of business,

powers & privileges and issues arising out of these. • Structure, organization and
functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary Ministries and Departments of the
Government; pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in
the Polity.

• Salient features of the Representation of People’s Act. • Appointment to

various Constitutional posts, powers, functions and responsibilities of various
Constitutional Bodies. • Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial bodies
7 July 8 (Sunday)
|9 AM – 12 PM| GS Paper 1 & GS Paper 2: Indian Society, Development issues • NCERT SOCIOLOGY – CLASS 12TH
Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India. Role of women and • SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN INDIA - RAM
women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and AHUJA
developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies. Effects of
globalization on Indian society Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism
& secularism.
Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and • INDIA YEAR BOOK – INDIAN
issues arising out of their design and implementation. DIASPORA
• Development processes and the development industry- the role of NGOs,
SHGs, various groups and associations, donors, charities, institutional and other

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• Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and • NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
States and the performance of these schemes; mechanisms, laws, institutions and • 2ND ARC
Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections.

• Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services

relating to Health, Education, Human Resources.

• Issues relating to poverty and hunger.

8 July 10 (Tuesday) Essay Classroom Session 2 and Essay Test 2
8 AM Only for MGP+ and Essay Module Students.
9 July 15 (Sunday) GS 3 : Economy & Inclusive Growth, Land Reforms, Science & technology
FRM-IAS-D106 Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, • SHANKAR IAS
growth, development and employment. • Inclusive growth and issues arising • ECONOMIC SURVEY, YOJANA,
from it.

Government Budgeting. Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in

industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.
Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc. LAND REFORMS
Investment models. • ASHOK SINGH – SCIENCE and
Land Reforms in India

Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in

everyday life • Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization
of technology and developing new technology. • Awareness in the fields of IT,
Space, Computers, robotics, nano-technology, bio-technology and issues relating
to intellectual property rights.
10 July 22 (Sunday) GS Paper 2 & 4: Administrative Reforms • HORIZONS IN PUBLIC
FRM-IAS-D107 Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability, e-governance- BHATTACHARYA
applications, models, successes, limitations, and potential; citizens charters,
transparency & accountability and institutional and other measures. • Role of
civil services in a democracy.
Probity in Governance: Concept of public service; Philosophical basis of
governance and probity; Information sharing and transparency in government,
Right to Information, Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Citizen’s Charters,
Work culture, Quality of service delivery, Utilization of public funds, challenges
of corruption.
11 July 24 (Tuesday) Essay Classroom Session 3 and Essay Test 3
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8 AM Only for MGP+ and Essay Module Students.
12 July 29 (Sunday) GS 2: International Relations & GS 3 : Environment & Disaster Management,
|9 AM – 12 PM| Security Issues
India and its neighborhood- relations. • Bilateral, regional and global groupings
and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests • Effect of
policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, DIASPORA
Indian Diaspora. • Important International institutions, agencies and fora- their • SHANKAR IAS
structure, mandate • CHALLENGES TO INTERNAL
Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact
assessment • Disaster and disaster management.

Linkages between development and spread of extremism. • Role of external state

and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security. • Challenges to
internal security through communication networks, role of media and social
networking sites in internal security challenges, basics of cyber security; money-
laundering and its prevention • Security challenges and their management in
border areas; linkages of organized crime with terrorism • Various Security
forces and agencies and their mandate.
13 Aug 5 (Sunday) GS 4: Ethics – Theoretical Framework: Ethics and Human Interface: Essence, • ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND
|9 AM – 12 PM| determinants and consequences of Ethics in human actions; dimensions of APTITUDE – ARIHANT
FRM-IAS-D109 ethics; ethics in private and public relationships. Human Values – lessons from PUBLICATIONS
the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators; role of
family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values. • Attitude:
content, structure, function; its influence and relation with thought and APTITUDE – D SUBBARAO
behaviour; moral and political attitudes; social influence and persuasion. • LEXICON
Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service , integrity, impartiality and
non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service, empathy, tolerance and
compassion towards the weaker sections. • Emotional intelligence-concepts, and
their utilities and application in administration and governance.

Case Studies on the above issues

14 August 07 (Tuesday) Essay Classroom Session 4 and Essay Test 4
8 AM Only for MGP+ and Essay Module Students.
15 August 12 (Sunday) GS 4: Moral Thinkers & Administrative Ethics
FRM-IAS-D110 Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and world. ARIHANT PUBLICATIONS

Public/Civil service values and Ethics in Public administration: Status and

problems; ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions;
laws, rules, regulations and conscience as sources of ethical guidance;

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accountability and ethical governance; strengthening of ethical and moral values
in governance; ethical issues in international relations and funding; corporate

Case Studies on Above Issues

Last Date to Submit all Sectional Tests is September 1. We will not be able to
provide mentorship at last moment, because we do not recommend changes in
writing style one month before the exam – because (a) it is difficult to change
it in short duration , and (b) we will not be able to monitor any such change.
16 August 18 (Saturday) GS Paper 1 – Full Length Test World History, Post-Independence History,
| 9 AM – 12 PM| Indian Society and Social Issues, Modern
FRM-IAS-D111 History, Art & Culture and Geography
17 August 25 (Saturday) GS Paper 2 – Full Length Test Polity & Governance, Development Issues,
| 9 AM – 12 PM| Administrative Reforms and International
FRM-IAS-D112 Relations
18 September 1 (Saturday) GS Paper 3 – Full Length Test Economy & Inclusive Growth, Agriculture &
| 9 AM – 12 PM| Allied Issues, Land Reforms, Science & Tech,
FRM-IAS-D113 Environment & Disaster Management and
Security Issues
19 September 8 (Saturday) GS Paper 4 – Full Length Test Ethics- Theoretical Framework, Moral
| 9 AM – 12 PM| Last Date to Submit all Full Syllabus Tests (Test 11,12,13,14) is September 19. Thinkers, Administrative Ethics,
FRM-IAS-D114 We will not be able to provide mentorship at the last moment, because there is Administrative Reforms and Case studies
no time to (a)implement the changes , and (b) monitor the implementation
20* September 15 (Saturday) Essay Open Test
(9:00 AM-12:00 PM)
21* September 16 (Sunday) GS Paper 1 – Open Simulator Test
(9:00 AM-12:00 PM)
22* September 16 GS Paper 2 – Open Simulator Test
(2:00 PM-5:00 PM)
23* September 17 (Monday) GS Paper 3 – Open Simulator Test
(9:00 AM-12:00 PM)
24* September 17 (Monday) GS Paper 4 – Open Simulator Test
(2:00 PM-5:00 PM)
25 September 28 Civil Services Mains 2018

*Test 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 will be open to all, and will NOT be evaluated. They are for practice purpose 15 days before the exam. Separate Registration with minimal
or zero charges will be required for it. This will be announced later.

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How to enroll?

1) Visit and signup yourself using your mobile number.

2) After registering yourself, follow the given path:

Mains Test Series --->MGP 2018 Batch D ---> Subscribe Now

3) For MGP+ 2018 Batch D, Subscribe to Essay Test Series 2018 too.

4) Make the Payment and your enrollment has completed.

5) On 10th June you will get your first test in your account.

Fee Structure:

Course Fees Payment Process

Rs. 18,880 Visit OR
MGP Batch D Inclusive of all taxes SWIPE CARD AT THE CENTRE
24,880/- Visit OR
MGP + Batch D Inclusive of all taxes SWIPE CARD AT THE CENTRE

Terms & Conditions:

• Your test copies will be evaluated within twelve to fifteen days of copy submission. There may be a little delay in Ethics Papers, as it takes more time to go through
that paper.
• Copies must be submitted within three weeks of the Test Release. We recommend that you stick to the time table and write tests on designated days. The
commitment of fifteen days evaluation is valid only for copies submitted in this time period.
• This program is non-refundable and non-transferable. There is no difference between the online and offline mode – candidates can come and write the test at Test
Center or remotely and send us scanned copies
• Each program of ForumIAS is linked to ForumIAS Account with a fixed mobile number. No sharing of any programs is allowed. If candidates are found sharing
programs, ForumIAS shall be free to terminate that or all program access to the candidate without any refund to the candidate.
• ForumIAS shall have full rights to close admissions as per its capacity. ForumIAS shall be free to amend its schedule in case of any exigencies that may arise.
• All fees once paid are non-refundable in nature. The course is also non-transferable in nature to another person. By subscribing to the course, you agree to the terms
and conditions mentioned above.

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