UPDATE : Current Affairs [Newspaper]+Answer Writing Classes -Open Session-8th Oct 5:00 PM

edited October 7 in Miscellaneous
Dear Friends,

Update: Dear Candidates we are holding a second open session on 8th as we could not accommodate everyone on 4rth.


We apologise for the inconvenience caused. Please register now

https://goo.gl/G82NDe

We shall be holding an Open Session on Preparing Current Affairs ( Newspaper ) 2018 for those of you who are new and are preparing for CSE 2018.


If you are in New Delhi, you can register for the session, and join us. We shall also be covering a few topics of the week, so if you come, we can help you with notes preparation.

The session will briefly guide you over how to read the newspaper, what to skip and what not to skip, and how to identify issues for Mains.

We shall also give away free handouts for those of you who come.

You can register for it below, and we will send you a confirmation email. While there are too many people, and seating capacity is limited, we will try our best to accommodate everyone.You will receive a confirmation SMS/E-mail by 10:00 AM of 4th October.

Click below to register

https://goo.gl/G82NDe

Venue : ForumIAS , 3rd Floor , Shop 6 , Above NextIAS , Nr Syndicate Bank , Old Rajindernagar , New Delhi
Date: 4th October 2017
Time: 5:00 PM

Note : Online Registration is mandatory . Those of you who are not in Delhi, can also register online , and we will upload the video and send you the link.


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Warm Regards,

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