Degree With IAS Orientation
We are taking immense pleasure to associate with one of the prestigious and ancient colleges in andhrapradesh , it’s our honor to adopt the sophisticated ideology of HINDU COLLEGE (Guntur) which was founded in 1930 in Guntur Kausalya IAS Academy , Proud to announce we are agreed together to work further on “Degree wuth IAS orientation program
Degree ( BA ) along with civils orientation.
High chances to crack the civils in the first attempt
Regular current affairs classes and daily news paper reading
Include weekly and monthly tests .Both objective and descriptive type .
Includes workshop , and motivational speeches
Our 3 years degree with IAS oreintation course is a comprehensive full time UPSC course where we guide IAS aspirants from the scratch and teach them every aspect of the Civil Services Examination. This course consists of classroom lectures, study materials and UPSC test series.
Candidates are expected to have taken an intelligent interest not only in their special subjects of academic study but also in the events which are happening around them both within and outside their own state & country as well as in modern currents of thought and in new discoveries which should rouse the curiosity of well educated youth.
UPSC does not just ask questions from the current issues, rather it uses them as the context to explore the core areas of GS. Then it tests the conceptual understanding of the candidates from the same areas. Based on the same philosophy, we have developed our approach and designed our Test Series to help the candidates cover all the issues highly probable for the exam.
When I had started preparing for the Civil Services Examination, I understood that it required the right strategy to successfully clear the exam. A blind uncalculated effort can’t give you proportionate results. I first studied the entire syllabus which I believe is very well defined rather than what most of the aspirants perceive.
The optional subject that you choose must be something you have a good command over. My subject was Physics because that was my area of interest and something that I excelled in. I would say that continuous practice is a must when it comes to prelims preparation.
The aspirants should first understand the examination process and scoring patterns. “First-time aspirants should look at the syllabus and question paper, understand what the exam wants, scoring patterns and then start preparing”.