Classroom: CSAT Crash Course February Batch’2023

by Vajiram & Ravi

Date of Commencement
20th February 2023
Class Timings
2:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M
7-8 Weeks
Rs. 14,000 (Incl. GST)

About the V&R CSAT Crash Course Classroom Programme:

Since 1976, Vajiram & Ravi has been the pioneer in the field of providing quality education for the UPSC Civil Services Exam preparation. With five decades of teaching experience, we at Vajiram & Ravi very well understand the specific needs of aspirants who intend to qualify the Prestigeous Civil Services Exam and contribute to the growth of the nation.


In light of this, V&R is introducing its most exclusive CSAT Crash Course Programme. The goal of this Programme is to help students prepare more effectively and efficiently to improve their CSAT (CSE Prelims Paper II) preparation. With the help of this Programme, students will be better prepared to tackle the CSAT (CSE Prelims Paper II) syllabus without difficulty.


The V&R CSAT Crash Course Programme is offered in a Classroom mode. The Programme's main objective is to give the CSAT preparation a reliable framework for comprehensive knowledge and its implementation. In accordance with the specifications of the UPSC CSE syllabus, the classes are deliberately designed to impart the students with years of curated expertise, techniques, and methods and to have them practise the same during the classes and at home.


Features of the V&R CSAT Crash Course Classroom


  • The 7-8 weeks course duration allows students plenty of time to learn at a pace that would effectively cover the syllabus.

  • Classes are held for two hours, five times a week (Monday-Friday).

  • The classes are offered in a Classroom mode.

  • Daily Regular assessments in order to practise the topic, clear up any lingering questions, and confirm comprehension.

  • Study materials covers the fundamentals and provide enough practice problems to prepare students for exams and give them confidence in their preparation.

Who should join the V&R CSAT Crash Course Classroom Programme?

All sincere aspirants who wish to qualify the Prelims Exam and move on to the next level of the Civil Services Exam, i.e., the Mains Exam, in 2023, may register for the Vajiram & Ravi's CSAT Crash Course Classsroom Programme.


The following aspirants' needs are catered to by the Programme:


  • who want to manage and complete their CSAT preparation on schedule

  • who want to comprehensively and completely cover all the fundamentals covered in the curriculum

  • who want to understand the approaches and shortcuts compiled by the experts over many years

  • who want to learn how to answer enough questions to qualify the CSAT paper

  • who want to reduce the number of negative marks they receive after attempting question with incorrect answers

  • who want to discover how to maximise their chances of qualifying the CSAT Paper by answering as many questions as they can in the allotted time limit

  • who want to learn how to differentiate between safer and risky questions to answer

  • who want to learn the method for eliminating choices to retain accuracy in their answers

Why choose the CSAT Crash Course Classroom


Most aspirants put off studying for the CSAT exam, devoting 80% of their preparation time to General Studies. Only later do they realize how important qualifying the CSAT Paper is and that they ought to have given it more attention.

Aspirants should be aware that they just need to achieve 33% of the total marks to qualify the CSAT paper. It's crucial to understand that their performance on the General Studies Paper-I will signify nothing (even if they receive a strong score such as 120/200), if they receive anything less than 33% on the CSAT Paper. As a result, it is imperative to give the CSAT paper adequate priority.


According to our observations, the aspirants encounter the following significant challenges:

  • Aspirants prioritise studying for General Studies Paper-1 and, during the Prelims exam, fail to qualify the CSAT Paper, which prevents their names from appearing on the Prelims Selection List.

  • Inadequate preparation results from aspirants' poor understanding of the CSAT syllabus.

  • Because it is a qualifying exam, aspirants treat it casually and only realise their misjudgment after it is too late.

  • The skills and shortcuts needed to effectively attempt the paper and qualify the exam aren't entirely possessed by aspirants.

  • Aspirants who are familiar with the CSAT syllabus on a basic level look for Crash courses to finish their preparation quickly and effectively.

How will the V&R CSAT Crash Course Classroom

Programme help you?

In accordance with the requirements of the UPSC Civil Services Exam, a set of questions from the Civil Services Aptitude Test is made to ascertain aspirant’s level of intelligence, and the results give a complete picture of that aspirant’s aptitude.


The V&R CSAT Crash Course Classroom Programme will benefit students in a variety of ways, including by enabling conceptual clarity, prompt and efficient learning, and instilling necessary skills and strategies.


The Programme will assist students in the following ways:


  • It will assist the students in efficiently and quickly completing the full CSAT curriculum.

  • It assists the students in identifying their strengths and weaknesses.

  • It will assist the students in developing basic and difficult concepts with clarity.

  • The classes will give students access to tried-and-true tactics that have been collected over many years by the subject experts.

  • The degree of preparation will be raised, increasing the likelihood that aspirants will qualify the CSAT paper and, as a result, the UPSC CSE Prelims'2023.

  • The aspirants will feel more confident and be more prepared for the UPSC CSE Prelims Test’2023.


UPSC CSE CSAT Paper (CSE Prelims Paper II) Exam Pattern

The UPSC Preliminary Exam consists of two compulsory Papers, each carrying 200 marks. The General Studies (GS) is the first Paper (Paper- I), while the Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT) is the second Paper (Paper-II). CSAT is a qualifying exam that requires a minimum mark of 33%.


The CSAT is a qualifying paper, and an aspirant's ability to advance to the Main Exam level is unaffected by their CSAT score.

At the Prelim Exam level, aspirants are required to participate in both of the General Studies Paper-I & CSAT Paper-II.


The CSAT Paper:


  • is awarded 200 marks in total.

  • has multiple-choice questions.

  • consists of 80 objective-type questions.

  • has a 2-hour allotment of time.

  • carries 2.5 marks for each question.

  • bears negative marks for incorrect answers. (0.83 marks, or one-third of the total marks allotted to that question, will be deducted for each incorrect answer.)

  • entails that no marks will be deducted if a question is skipped or not attempted.


UPSC CSE CSAT Paper (CSE Prelims Paper II) Syllabus


  • Comprehension

  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills

  • Logical reasoning & analytical ability

  • Decision making & problem solving

  • General mental ability

  • Basic numeracy (numbers & their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level)

  • Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc. – Class X level)



7-8 Weeks


2:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M

Commencement Date

20th February 2023


Rs 14,000/-

(The fee is inclusive of GST)

Admission Details

  • Complete the Admission Form

  • Upload a clear passport size photo

  • Upload your ID Proof

  • Upload PAN card of the aspirant or parent

  • Pay fees online (Kindly check the online transaction limit with your bank)


Modes of Payment

  • Net Banking (Preferred)

  • Credit Card

  • Debit Card

  • UPI

  • Demand Draft


Technical Requirements

For Vajiram App:


Minimum Android Version: 7 (Nougat)

RAM: > 2GB (Recommended)

Storage: 300 MB

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Contact Us

Delhi Address:


Vajiram & Ravi

1B, 7, Dev Prakash Shastri Marg, Block B,

Rajinder Nagar,

Near Karol Bagh Metro Station Gate No. 5

New Delhi,

Delhi 110060


Contact number: (011) 42514251, (011) 42514252


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