Welcome To Achievers IAS Academy
Achievers create achievers.
And we have those achievers as our faculty to train you. Our purpose, since inception, has been to impart the best possible guidance to the IAS aspirants who seek us out in their IAS journey. Our mantra for success – hard work, effective guidance, strategically well-planned resource materials along with time management, has made us one of the top training facilities in Bangalore.
Achievers academy prepares its students for both Prelims and Mains examinations. Not to forget that there is a continuous preparation under our panel of experts for the most challenging round – Personal Interview. Test series are designed by some of the senior faculties of India. And the study material is available for cialis coupon cvs General Studies, Sociology and Public Administration.
Interactive learning process, well-planned time table, timely completion of the syllabus and strongly researched study material makes us stand out. We ensure that not a single step taken by you goes in vain.
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I’m happy that I choose Achievers IAS Academy for my UPSC preparation. I like the way they provide quality education & individual attention. If you’re a civil service aspirant and want to join a regular college like tutoring, you can join Achievers IAS without any second thought
I was apprehensive and indecisive as to whether to go to delhi or join this institute, but i am glad i made this choice, as i am in my hometown & without the quality of learning being compromised, the staff are so friendly & the institution head mrs Anshu is so drive to get all her students to clear the exams
A good place to prepare for IAS. You will get good guidance regarding how to prepare for it.Also every topic is explained in detail. Individual attention is provided to each and every student there, to find out their progress and where they are lacking.
Ans: Yes, he definitely can.
Ans: No, it is not necessary.
No. An attempt is counted only if a candidate has appeared in at least one paper in CS (P) Examination.
Ans: No, candidates have the option to write their answers either in English or in any one of the Eight schedule languages.
- The candidates, opting for Indian Language medium for the written part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination, may choose either the same Indian Language or English or Hindi as the medium for the interview.
- The candidates, opting to write the Civil Services (Main) Examination in English, may choose as the medium for interview either English or Hindi or any other Indian Language opted by them for the compulsory Indian Language Paper in the written part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination.
- However, the candidates, who are exempted from the compulsory Indian Language Paper, will have to choose either English or Hindi as medium of Interview of Personality Test.
Ans: Wherever two or more candidates have secured equal aggregate marks, the tie(s) is/are resolved in accordance with the principles approved by the Commission, viz.,
Civil Services (Main) Exam.
- Candidate securing more marks in the Compulsory Papers and the Personality Test put together is to be ranked higher;
- In case where the marks mentioned at (i) above are equal, the candidate senior in age is to be ranked higher; and
- In case where the (i) and (ii) above are same, then the candidate getting more marks in the compulsory papers is to be ranked higher.
Ans: Number of Attempts:-
Civil Service Examination – General-6, OBC-9, SC/ST- No restriction
IFS Examination– General-6, OBC-9, SC/ST-No restriction
There is no restriction on number of attempts in any other Examination conducted by the Commission.
Ans: No. However, physically challenged candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories will be eligible for relaxation in number of attempts provided to such categories.
Ans: Yes, provided it is a recognized University and he possess the educational qualifications prescribed for the exam and is otherwise eligible
Ans: No. Only candidates belonging to communities which are included in the Central list of OBC’s are eligible for such concessions.