Courses

IAS GS Foundation

12th Pass / Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 12 Months)
Target June 2025

 

IAS GS Foundation

12th Pass / Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 24 Months)
Target June 2026

 

IAS GS Foundation

12th Pass Students
(Duration : 36 Months)
Target June 2027

 

IAS NCERT

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 04 Months)
Target May 2027

 

IAS Foundation

Graduate Students
(Duration : 12 Months)
Target June 2024

 

IAS Foundation

Graduate Students
(Duration : 36 Months)
Target June 2026

 

IAS GS Foundation

Graduate Students
(Duration : 12 Months)
Target June 2024

 

IAS GS Foundation

Under-Graduate/Graduate
(Duration : 36 Months)
Target June 2026

 

IAS GS Foundation (Weekend)

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 20 Months)
Target May 2025

 

IAS Optional(Geography) Foundation

Under-Graduate/Graduate
(Duration : 04 Months)
Target September 2024

 

IAS NCERT Course

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 04 Months)
Target May 2026

 

IAS CSAT Foundation Course

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 06 Months)
Target May 2024

 

Sambhav IAS PGP Course

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 05 Months)
Target 2024

 

Sambhav GS IAS PGP Course

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 05 Months)
Target 2024

 

Sambhav ALA CARTE IAS Course

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 01 Months)
Target 2024

 

Crash Courses

Nischay IAS CSAT Crash Course

Under Graduate Students
(Duration : 02 Months)
Target 2024

 

About Us

The Indian Administrative Service holds the topmost position among the civil services in India and serves the central government with administrative functions. The examination holds a position of high prestige and intense competition in India. Every year, the Indian Government selects and hires suitable candidates for its positions through the IAS exam administered by the Union Public Service Commission.

The IAS Exam, which originated in 1858 under the name of Imperial Civil Service, is a prestigious exam. The Indian Administrative Service, also known as the IAS, came into existence in 1950. In the Indian administrative system, the IAS holds the most distinguished position regarding authority and reputability compared to other posts. Every year, the responsibility of organizing the IAS exam lies with the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Successful candidates can either be directly recruited by the Union/State government or be appointed to positions at the district level.

As an essential element of the Government of India's executive branch, the IAS is widely acknowledged as an enduring bureaucracy. Every year, the exam attracts numerous aspiring candidates from diverse backgrounds and social strata.

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