The foundation course is meticulously designed after deconstructing the syllabus into small modules to make it an easy learning exercise. The teaching process is personalized and the mentoring exercise helps in raising the academic standards of the students so they reach the benchmark needed for success in the IAS exam. The foundation course also focuses on the student’s personality development. CivilserviceIndia.com is collaborating on this with IFTA IAS Academy in Chennai.
The roadmap adopted to qualify Civil Services exam is simple and doable. Our strategy is step-by-step progress towards the goal, from building the foundation all the way to the revision. We provide a smart and precise reading approach. We define multiple but small goals and have an action plan that has to work out step by step to crack the Civil Service Exam. This is a time-tested formula and a sure-shot approach to success.
Facilities / Infrastructure
- Classroom - There are Two Smart Classrooms with LCD power projectors that can accommodate 30 students
- Library – There is a physical library that has all the relevant books and reading material for the students to sit and study
- E-library – There is a 20 seating capacity E-library with internet and Wi-Fi connection. Students can have access to the links and podcasts while using the E-library.
- Newspaper Reading Room – There is one newspaper reading room where English and Tamil Newspapers are made available along with magazines and other reference material.
- Reading hall - This place has a big reading hall where students can pick up the reading material and read the same in the given allotted time.
One Year Foundation Course for Prelims
One Year Foundation Course for Prelims will be in two batches on alternative days. They will be taught three subjects for one hour each for three hours. The batch will come to the Academy three hours before the commencement of the classes and use the facility of the academy like the library, E-library, the reading hall, and then attend the classes. They will be spending six hours at the academy on a given day and weekly engaged for 18 hours. Each Sunday students will be exposed to the interactive sessions from the serving officers for two hours. This will give the students 20 hours of learning experience a week.
There are seven papers for the Prelims exam and they can be covered on day one Current Affairs, History, and Political Science. Day 2 – It will be Geography, Economics, and Environmental Science & General Science. A separate time schedule is allotted to cover the syllabus of CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) which is of qualifying nature.