What is Abhyaas Mains?

It is said that while Content is the King for UPSC Mains Examination, Answer Writing is the Queen i.e., the most powerful element for succeeding in the exam. Vision IAS, keeping this in mind, is conducting Abhyaas Mains in 30 cities across the country. This test is designed to help aspirants analyse and improve their answer writing skills in this exam.

Why Abhyaas Mains?

While planning to attempt any national level competitive exam, the preparation is considered to be complete when an aspirant gets an idea about the competition in the country. Thus, it is important to attempt such tests so that the aspirants can make their strategy more effective. Abhyaas Mains is designed to give the aspirants the real feel of the exam to help them gain confidence before attempting the UPSC Mains Examination. The aspirants will be provided with constructive feedback and accordingly, corrective measures will be suggested to improve their Answer Writing Skills.

How will it be conducted?

It will have 4 papers, i.e., GS I, II, III, IV and will be conducted on 24th & 25th August in the respective examination centers in 30 cities across the country. The GS Papers I & II will be conducted on 24th August and Papers III & IV will be conducted on 25th August.


All India Percentile

Comprehensive Evaluation

Concrete Feedback & Corrective Measures

Complete coverage of UPSC Mains Syllabus

Available in English/Hindi

Live Test Discussion

Date Paper
24th Aug | 9 AM GS - I
24th Aug | 2 PM GS - II
25th Aug | 9 AM GS - III
25th Aug | 2 PM GS - IV

Fee: ₹7,500/-

Paper GS - I GS - II GS - III GS - IV
Date 24th Aug | 9 AM 24th Aug | 2 PM 25th Aug | 9 AM 25th Aug | 2 PM

Fee: ₹ 7,500/-

Declaration of the result
  • The unchecked answer scripts will be uploaded in a sequential manner (GS Paper-I, GS Paper- II, GS Paper- III and GS Paper- IV) on the Abhyaas portal within four days i.e. by 29th August.
  • The answer scripts will be checked in a sequential order (GS Paper-I, GS Paper- II, GS Paper- III and GS Paper- IV) and results will be declared paper-wise on 31st Aug, 4th Sept, 7th Sept & 9th Sept respectively.
  • The final score card will be generated within 2 weeks. It will include Percentile, Highest marks (Total and Subject wise), Average marks of Top 100 (Total and Subject wise).
  • The Model Answer Approach of all test papers will be provided before the test discussion commences. (No hard copy will be provided)
  • The discussion for GS Paper I, II, III and IV in English will be conducted from 29th August - 1st September respectively at IAPL House, Delhi and the Hindi discussion will take place between 31st August - 3rd September respectively at Vision IAS Mukherjee Nagar Center. It will also be live streamed on Abhyaas Portal.

* The Test is available only in Offline Mode and will be conducted only on the mentioned dates.

**The mentioned venue and time can be changed at the discretion of the management.

***Admit cards will be released a week before the exam.

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