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Arindam K.


₹ 6,000 per month

* Having 1 year of experience in IAS teaching. * Passionate about providing idea how to develop a mind to become an IAS Officer. * One to one guidance. * Answer writing quality development. * Current affairs coverage holistically for both prelims and Mains.

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Lovepreet Singh

Sector-61 Mohali,Chandigarh

₹ 25,000 per month

3 years of self study Able to impart target based competitive skills and notes building. Experienced in syllabus coverage for civil services, Punjab competitive exams. Help to build capacity and enhance memory skills of students. SUBJECTS offered Geography Indian Polity Security issues International relations Science and technology Ethics and governance

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Sunny Kumar


₹ 5,000 per month

I am preparing for ias and also written two state public service commission examinations and four time SSC written qualified.

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Defence Mantras

Aliganj Extension,Lucknow

₹ 4,000 - 8,000 per month

Defence Mantras is a great platform for you if you are preparing for defence exams like Group X and Y, NDA, CDS, SSB and other defence exams. In the year 2018, we have given 40 selection in group X and Y. Defence Mantras, Lucknow runs under the mentorship of distinguished faculties of India, so if your dream is to become an Officer in Defense Services, Join the free trial classes at Defence Mantars, Lucknow, today Itself. Group X and Group Y, NDA, CDS, SSB best coaching in LKO, Defence Mantras guide students both for written examinations, GD round, and SSB interviews. It has a planned process for the selection into the reputed career on defense. It also provides training on special Entry Scheme for Women.

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The Compass


₹ 3,500 per month

We are the iconoclast in civil service training, compleating the course in 180 days, with 90+90 methods, static and dynamic. We believe the training of highest quality to be imparted to all, so had made the course fee to 3500/-rs per month for six months. The cost will include printed notes and test papers on hard copy. Advise all not to fall prey on reviews websites and photos of institutes, the motivation behind this is to help who have paid hefty sums to Mumbai institutes and getting low-quality classes and inexperienced faculty. The compass works on the motto of being your guide and mentor than an institute, we have worked on the process of delivering national best classes at lowest fee, so the discretion of a student to discontinue is easy if the course is not feeling good for them. We also exhort students to be disciplined as we have limited resource used effectively we won't appreciate absenteeism, non-deliverance of studies and low marks in the test shall jeopardize your seat in the batch. We don't provide demo classes or counselling here as this class is intended for serious students who know about the exam. The class will be 3 hrs, in the morning 7 to 10. Best of Luck for all

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Ritesh Pandey

Sector 34,Chandigarh

₹ 55,000 per month

I can teach every topic very easily and make it stronger for the students.

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Answered on 03/11/2020 Learn Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching


Looking forward to teach Core Java,Testing courses ,daily or weekly as per student preference

If you are looking for online UPSC coaching that might cost you lesser than Institute, those have tremendous coaching fees. In this pandemic period, online one to one teaching is the best.
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Power Sector in India

Samanvaya IAS Academy

I am double Post Graduate in Modern History and Sociology from Hansraj College, New Delhi. I have cleared...

WHY IN NEWS? Recently, the part of the package announced by the Finance Minister was 90,000 crores INR liquidity injection into power distribution companies (discoms). This is the subject to the condition that Center will act as a guarantor of the loans given by State-owned power finance companies... read more


  • Recently, the part of the package announced by the Finance Minister was 90,000 crores INR liquidity injection into power distribution companies (discoms).
  • This is the subject to the condition that Center will act as a guarantor of the loans given by State-owned power finance companies such as PFC and REC Ltd. To the discoms.


With a generation of 1561 terawatt-hours (TWh), India is the third-largest producer and consumer as well of electricity in the world.

  • India is ranked fourth in wind power, fifth in solar power and fifth on renewable power installed capacity as of 2018.
  • The Government of India has set a target to achieve 175 GW installed capacity of renewable energy by FY22.


  • Currently, India produces a majority of its energy from thermal sources.
  • However, with the commitment to the Paris Agreement (on climate change), there has been a push towards increasing the renewable generation capacity in the country.


  • Producer: Electricity is generated at thermal, hydro and renewable energy power plants, which are operated by either state-owned companies such as NTPC Ltd, NHPC Ltd, or private companies such as TATA Powers or Adani Powers.
  • State Government: The generated then moves through a transmission grid system that connects electricity producers and ends consumers who are mainly dominated by State-owned companies such as Powergrid Corp.
  • Distribution Companies (Discoms): Distribution includes maintenance of the distribution network and retail supply of electricity to the consumers mostly carried out by state-owned distribution companies. However, in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Kolkata, private entities own the entire distribution business or parts of it. For example, BSES Rajdhani Power is a private discom Delhi.


  • ELECTRICITY ACT 2003: It was introduced to introduce competition, consumers’ interest and provide power for all. The act offers National Electricity Policy, Rural Electrification, Open access in transmission, phased open access in distribution, Etc.
  • POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENTS: As per Act 2003, distribution licensees enter into PPAs with generation companies for the retail sale of electricity. PPAs are bilateral contracts between the procurers and the generators.


  • Bureau of Energy Efficiency: It assists in developing policies and strategies with the primary objective of reducing energy intensity within the overall framework of the Energy Conservation Act 2001.
  • Power Finance Corporation: It functions to introduce reforms in the Indian power sector and enhancing value to its stakeholders; by promoting efficient investment in the power and allied industry in India and abroad.
  • Rural Electrification Corporation: The company is a Public Sector Undertaking that provides loans to Center/State Power Utilities in the country. State Electricity Board, Rural Electric Cooperatives, NGOs and Private Power Developers.
  • Power Grid Corporation: It is a State-owned Maharatna Company engaged mainly in Transmission of power and transmits about 50% of the power generated in India on its transmission network.
  • Central Electricity Regulatory Commission: CERC is a statutory body working under Electricity Act 2003. Its function includes levying various fees, tariffs, license issues to generation companies, etc. And also has an advisory role for Government of India.


  • Competitiveness: Electricity price for specific segments such as agriculture and the domestic category (what we use in our homes) is cross-subsidized by the industries and the commercial sector. This affects the competitiveness of the sector.
  • Discoms: The poor financial situations of state discoms and consequently, this impacts the quality of electricity that consumers receive.
  • Aggregate technical and distribution process from end consumers: It stands for the gap between the costs of the electricity that discoms gets from the generating company, the bills that it raises the final realisation from the collection process from end consumers. This leads to the mismatch in the electricity supplied and the value received.
  • NPAs in the sector: As per the RBI, public sector banks have the highest NPAs, most of which are in the power and the telecom sector. Absence of enough coal for efficient production delayed payment by discoms, and higher cost of power purchase agreements leads to an increase in NPAs in the sector.
  • The renewable market is still developing: An insufficient transmission network and non-synchronized generation cause issues with renewable energy. Poor states relatively are less willing to purchase renewable electricity due to their higher costs than conventional sources as renewable electricity has significantly less production and is not evenly spread about the country.
  • Environmental concerns: The majority of the energy in India is generated from thermal sources and increasing levels of emission, consumption and environmental sustainability have become some issues associated with it.



  • Smart metering and smart grid: Smart grid is an electricity network that uses information and communication technology to gather information and act to improve the efficiency, reliability, economic, and distribution of electricity that can get be supplemented and consumer- level smart metering.
  • Strengthening Electricity Regulators: This is to be done to bring in transparency, accountability and a professional approach to regulate the sector and also to balance the interests of investors as well as consumers impartially.
  • Checking theft: Making suitable measures to check theft and pilferage of power using smart meters and consumer awareness.
  • Rationalising generation cost: Generation cost can be reduced by improving the availability of lower indigenous price, rationalising coal supply sources, and adopting new technology as per indigenous price.
  • Removing cross-subsidies in the sector: This is within the distribution area need not exceed 20% and can be progressively reduced and eliminated within three years to enhance overall revenue realisation to meet the total cost of supply.
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Answered on 29/07/2018 Learn Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching +1 Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching/IAS (Indian Administrative Service) Coaching

I am planning to write the UPSC exams. Which institutes provide the best training?

Leenika Sharma

I been into teaching profession from more than a year and currently coach IELTS(AC >).

What you meant by writing are you goung to pen down mains this year or going to start prep from now?
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