Course Schedule

UPSC COURSE SCHEDULE (2014-2015)
Qualitative and updated study material based upon revised syllabus.

OFFERED SUBJECTS:
For Preliminary Examination: CSAT(Civil Service Aptitude Test)
Paper  1  :        General Studies
Paper 2  :        CSAT Paper.
For Main Examination:
General Studies / Geography / History /
Public Administration / Political Science / Tamil literature
Entire Course Programme for UPSC Examination
Course Schedule Commencement Duration
IAS Prelim Cum Main Batch (PCM - 1)
June Batch
14 Months
IAS Prelim Cum Main Batch (PCM - 2)
August Batch
12 Months
IAS Prelim Cum Main Batch (PCM - 3)
October Batch
10 Months
IAS Prelim Cum Main Batch (PCM - 4)
December Batch
8 Months
IAS Prelims Batch – 1
(Week Days & Week End Only)
June Batch

6 Months

IAS Prelims Batch – 2
(Week Days & Week End Only)
August Batch

6 Months

IAS Prelims Batch – 3
(Week Days & Week End Only)
October Batch

6 Months

IAS Prelims Batch – 4
(Week Days & Week End Only)
December Batch

6 Months

IAS Prelims (Test Batch)
March 1st Week
15 Test, 4 Months
IAS Main (Regular)
September
3 Months
IAS Main (Test Batch)
September
12 Test, 3 Months
IAS Interview Batch
February 2nd Week
20 Days
Crash Courses
2 Month Prior to Exam
15 Days
Foundation Programme (For School Students)
April 2nd Week
45 Days
 
Class Timings for Regular & Weekend Batch
Session Monday to Friday Every Friday Test Sunday
Morning Session 10.30 am - 1.30 pm - Test -
Afternoon Session
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm - Test -  
Evening Session
5.30 pm - 8.00 pm
- Test -
Week end Session
(Saturday & Sunday)
9.00 am – 5.00pm Test
(10.00 am - 1.00 pm)

Special Focus on:
  • Special focus to aspirants, having no background of the subject.
  • Regular Mock Tests and detailed discussion.
  • Concept building through the easy way.
  • Successful Toppers take some Classes.
 

ADMISSION DETAILS
Candidates are requested to bring

  • Xerox copy of 10th std Mark sheet and Degree (if finished) Certificate / Provisional Certificate to be produced
  • 2 Passport Size Photos (Without photos admission will not be given)
  • Payment mode Cash /cheque /Demand Draft in favor of Indian IAS Academy.

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- Samayamurali IRS

"Go to place" for IAS Aspirants Indian IAS Academy is one of the pioneer institutes for IAS Coaching in Chennai. Dedicated faculties ensure that not only do the candidates get good coaching but also the necessary guidance to succeed in an exam such as The Civil Service Exam.
Their charges also reasonable. Suggested me some extra coachings. They are polite & patience in explaining. I am lucky to have this services.

- Vignesh
  • Home Minister Rajnath Singh has asked Pakistan to stop ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and International Border. Speaking at the 53rd raising day function of Indo Tibetan Border Police in Greater Noida in the vicinity of Delhi today, Mr Singh said Indian security forces never started firing, they only retaliated to unprovoked firing by Pakistani troops. The Home Minister said, India wants peace and is willing to resolve the border disputes with China through talks. Appreciating the role of ITBP in guarding the Sino-Indian border Mr Singh said it has made immense contribution in maintaining internal security and protecting unity and integrity of the country. He also recalled the services of ITBP in protecting lives and properties during the terror attack at Indian Embassy in Kabul. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also saluted the ITBP personnel on the raising day. In a message, Mr Modi said that country is proud of their valour, determination and service to the nation. The force was raised on 24th October in 1962. It is deployed on border guarding duties from Karakoram Pass in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh covering 3488 kilometer of India-China Border manning Border Outposts on altitudes raging from 9000 feets to 18700 feets in the Western, Middle and Eastern Sector of the Border.
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