IAS classroom COACHING IN DELHI

BEST IAS COACHING CENTRE IN DELHI FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAM OF UPSC

 IAS CLASSROOM COACHING IN DELHI

At IAS Vision, we  conduct two programmes

IAS CLASSROOM COACHING IN DELHI

  1. Weekday Programme 
(Comprising of classes running through the week i.e. Monday to Friday)  &  starts every month. It runs through 10 months  starting in April every year.

1. Almost all topics are covered in detail.

2. Assignments will be provided to make sure students have understood the required syllabus.

3. Internal tests are to be completed by each student as per schedule within the class days.

4. weekday students cannot attend weekend classes.

5. Writing practice has to be completed within the regular term of the course duration.

IAS CLASSROOM COACHING IN DELHI

   2. Weekend  programme 

Classes are held only on weekends (Saturday & Sunday ) and a fresh group starts  every month and  is of 12 months duration

1. Selected topics will be discussed & students are expected to read the rest due to paucity of time.

2. Assignments will be provided to make sure students have understood the required syllabus.

3. internal tests are to be completed by each student as per schedule.

4. weekend students can attend weekday classes by prior notice & approval.

 

 

 

APPROACH

  • We suggest that you start your mains preparation along with the IAS prelims preparation. Make sure to cover & complete 80% of mains syllabus before you appear for prelims.
  • Though mains & prelims seem not much related in terms of depth but that is not the case if you go through previous years prelims test papers
  • Generally, the GS paper IV can be tricky because students rarely encounter topics like ethics and philosophy during their graduation days unless they are from that educational background or had special interest in them.
  • Then GS paper I tend to be the toughest due to the sheer vastness of the contents.
  • GS paper III involves economics and the name itself tends to scare people. But just get the basics right and you can sail through it.
  • Finally, GS paper II should be easy relatively because it deals with polity. Anyone who is a regular newspaper reader along with wide ranging discussions can help & should get the concepts well.
  • A good support group is needed to discuss & iron out doubts.
  • Always remember current affairs connection is getting increasing share in UPSC CIVIL SERVICE. Relate everything you read in the news to the static portions of the syllabus
Note 1 Every programme will  run as per schedule and no change will be allowed after start.
Note  2 Flexibility in terms of spacing  of mock tests and  request for doubt clearing sessions will entirely be at  IAS Visions  discretion .

The details of each batch are: 

1) Focus During the entire period the candidates will be spending a minimum of 6 hours every day in the institute. The time period would be utilized for compulsory paper, current affairs, general discussion,  i.e (General Studies for Pre & Mains and the Essay).
2)  Advanced classes & Doubt clearing Through this period, the candidates would be supported to gain a sharper perception of the areas of extreme relevance along with practice in writing answers for Main Exam while MCQ tests will be held for CSAT  Exam.
3) The object of the INSTITUTE is to impart a clear  view of the syllabus in all  subjects. Generally, select  topics would be covered in case of optional subjects  to impart a clear understanding of the fundamentals involved. The candidates would be expected to cover certain areas of study on their own as per some general instructions given to them with regard to such areas.
IAS CLASSROOM COACHING IN DELHI

C - Interview Guidance

The Kothari Committee of UPSC, in its report, has listed the qualities that should be rated in the interview as, "clarity of expression, grasp of narrative & argument, reasoning ability, appreciation of different points of view, awareness and concern for socio-economic problems, range and depth of interests and personal attributes relevant to interaction with people".
The Interview  is laid out to be such as to be able to comprehensively arrive at a logical judgement  with regards to the suitability of a candidate in terms of his administrative potential and analytical bent of mind  . interview Board  does not  focus on a cross examination  rather , it tries to evaluate  communication skills,clarity of thought .
Our idea is simply to instill a sense of extra belief  in what a  candidate believes in by encouraging him to be himself .