PrepLadder, an online learning platform that provides guidance to students on medicine, engineering, civil services, and management, announced on June 27 that they will offer free tutoring and coaching to Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) aspirants who have cleared the Prelims this year. This will help them to prepare for the Mains to be held in September 2022. PrepLadder will provide crash courses with comprehensive training and immersive coaching experience to all aspirants. Their offerings will cover all the fundamentals of the UPSC syllabus in an extensive and holistic manner. The crash course will include video lectures by well-qualified tutors and mentors, Mains question bank covering all General Studies (GS), All India Mains Test Series (10 full-length GS papers), and model answers for Mains previous years' question papers (2013–20). This new initiative will allow students from across the nation to utilise PrepLadder’s instructions and guidance from top faculty and experts. In their announcement, PrepLadder said that they are "committed to maximising the potential of UPSC candidates by providing high-quality, affordable coaching, and intends to be a guiding hand for students on their path to success.""We believe every student has the ability to change the world. As a test prep platform, we want to assist students to achieve their highest potential by cracking their coveted exams. As a part of the UPSC Mission 2023, we hope to work together with UPSC CSE candidates, to maximise their chances of becoming India's next officers. This is the very reason why we decided to provide all students, who passed the UPSC CSE Prelims 2022, with free Mains preparation. We are confident that this initiative will make it easier for students to get in touch with us and gain access to top-notch instructors and study materials," said Deepanshu Goyal, co-founder and CEO of PrepLadder. The UPSC Prelims were conducted on June 5 and the results were announced on June 22. Around 13,000 students cleared the Prelims out of the 11.52 lakh that appeared for the exam.