Which stage of the UPSC civil service examination is the most unpredictable to master ?
Anugrah aims to reduce the unpredictability for candidates appearing for the Personality test by providing them a platform to interact with & learn from former senior civil servants / accomplished professionals who will put to use their practical experiences and insights to guide the young aspirants in their journey.
At Anugrah, we bring out and nurture the hidden potential of the civil services’ aspirants so that they are at their best before the UPSC Personality Board.
Apart from detailed discussions on current affairs, soft-skill development modules are customized with a view to impart competitive edge to the aspirants.
Guidance is provided both in English and Hindi.
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