Continuing with our phenomenal success over the last more than two decades with thousands of successes and toppers into the coveted Civil Services, SRIRAM's IAS announces the 10-months Program for General Studies (Prelim and the Mains), Essay, CSAT and Optionals to be conducted by UPSC for 2018 Examination.
The Coaching is imparted in English medium only. All the classes are held for two hours daily. Classes are held with a clear and pre - announced schedule. Faculty is experienced. Our focus is on the New System that is in vogue since 2013. Students are continuously assessed on the Prelims as well as Main Pattern in the classroom. Personal attention, effective teaching, senior faculty and adaptability to the changing trends stand us out. SRIRAM's UPSC Coaching for General Studies includes Study Material, Test Series (Pre & Main), and classes for Essays without any additional payment. Personality Test: will train all its students for interview test also without taking any extra fee.
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Director's Message :
Dear students A warm welcome to , the Institution dedicated to Civil Services Examination preparation and specializing in GENERAL STUDIES. has made great strides over the years in providing education of the highest quality and in developing tomorrow's leaders.
Over the last three decades has emerged as one of the leading institutes in India with the vision to be the Centre of excellence and the mission to develop innovative and ethical future leaders. The work of bureaucrats is becoming increasingly complex. Today's environment, characterized by disruptive politics and technology; increasing integration of the world's economies; and major social changes all over the world , particularly India, is extremely complex. Therefore those who aspire to become tomorrow's leaders will need to acquire specialized knowledge, skills and attitudes. Teaching for the Civil Services Examination demands renewal on a continuous basis. Information and developments bombard the candidate from all sides.
Making sense from the UPSC (Constitutional body) perspective is a demanding task. Most students and even more so, teachers fall short for this reason. We never did. Nor will our students. The reason is simple: We have long experience in teaching. We are committed and sincere. We do not rest on our past laurels. EVERY CLASS IS A CHALLENGE FOR US. The process of preparation is stretched over approximately 2 years. It begins with mastery over all the subjects that make up General Studies. Every class has a lot to take away for all three steps in the exam process: Preliminary, Mains and the Personality Test (Interview). The focus of course is on Prelims and the Mains. The one question that I am flooded with most often is: Sir, give me a strategy for success. Which optional to opt and when to start the preparation for optional" With my decades of experience as teacher and mentor to the budding Civil Servants, let me clear it up for you. Generally, students take a plunge into the preparation just after university education, where they are not used to go through the rigours of information gathering, sorting, prioritizing, understanding, presentation and improvisation. Therefore, in every class, the faculty discusses the given chapter in a manner that it should appeal to a good , inquisitive, above average, young and determined student. Conceptual clarity, current applications and India-centeredness, where necessary are the elements of such a discussion. Dumbing down never helped anyone. So we always leave room for discussions.
Thus, my friend, your successful preparation starts with being regular for every class, being in step with faculty, reading the newspaper daily as indicated by me, diversifying your knowledge base as we go along etc. About the Optional. Very simple: Once your General Studies foundations are strong, Optional has to be started. Otherwise, you will find the balance difficult. Why General Studies first? Because it carries 1250 marks and Optional is only 500 marks. Optional needs time to understand and basic foundation can be laid with the help of GS classes, at least for some popular subjects. Therefore, don't select the Optional in a hurry and on hearsay. Secondly, if you have studied a subject at undergraduate or post graduate level and it figures in the UPSC's list of Optional subjects, you are lucky. Opt for it.
The exception can be a technical student seeking a social science subject or literature. Otherwise, you need to get to know the field of Civil Services Examination preparation. It may take a few weeks or months. Therefore, in the NEW SYSTEM, optional preparation has to start after you have dug into General Studies. In simple terms, under all circumstances, well almost all, G.S classes are the kickstarter. Never go by hearsay. Apply your mind, be logical and finalise the optional. It can otherwise play the spoilsport. Once you are at , there are no differences between students from the so called prestigious educational institutions and others.
WE WILL LEVEL THE FIELD FOR YOU. REST ASSURED.
Best wishes, S. SRIRAM (Director)
GS ECONOMICS Classroom course
Covers GS Prelim-cum-Main, Essay & Interview
Based on the latest Economic Survey & Union Budget
Next batches before PT-2018 (Admissions are open):
Batch 1 : Feb. 26 to Apr. 8 (2.25-4.50pm)
The batch includes 4 days (March 1 to 4) holidays for Holi | Course fee- Rs. 15,000
Batch 2 : Apr. 9 to May 18 (2.25-4.50pm)
The batch ends 15 days before Prelims 2018 | Revised course fee- Rs. 17,000
GS Economics ONLINE course
Admission is open | Course fee- Rs. 20,000 (subject to revision w.e.f. Apr. 2018)
The course can be joined any day. Video lectures of the course are REPLACED by new videos as per the neeed felt by Ramesh Singh. Tests & Answer Writing are part of the course. The course is as dynamic as the classroom course-- several of the students have shifted from the classroom to online course and are satisfied.
Special course on the
Latest Survey & Budget
Course fee- Rs. 6,000
Ramesh Singh will take special classes (6) on the Economic Survey 2017-18 and Union Budget 2018-19. Concise Notes on them will also be made available to the students.
[Due to sealing in Delhi this batch has been postponed to 2nd week of March, 2018].
ESSAY for IAS
Course fee- Rs. 6,000
Online Essay course is open for admission (Course fee- Rs. 10,000).
ANSWER WRITING course
A course based on one-to-one interaction with Ramesh singh.
Course fee- Rs. 20,000
from Ramesh Singh: In my teaching career of over 25 years, majority of the IAS aspirants whom I found having high potential, were below average in "writing" answers for the Main Exam. This way, they were below average for essay writing, too. We all know that without a good answer writing skill clearing Mains is just not possible! Even if someone is able to clear Mains, due to lower marks in it, the possibility of final selection or securing higher ranks remain uncertain! This is why it is highly recommended to improve one's writing skills. Main exam has become even more difficult as now one needs to "create" answers in place of "writing" answers (as was required before the new syllabus was intorduced in 2011).
For admission in the upcoming batch send a request (with name) to firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp (9810553368).