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THE ANALYTICS IAS came into existence in 2005 to impart quality education to the students preparing for Civil Services Examination.

With an experience of almost 10 years and also after sending a great number of students into various prestigious services, the institute can proudly claim to be the most dependable institute for complete foundation programme. THE ANALYTICS IAS is known for its experienced faculty, comprehensive coverage, passionate classes, frequent tests, elaborate explanation, excellent study material and its emphasis on personal attention. With a batch size of only 40-50 students, we are able to focus on each student and nurture the best out of them.

Moreover with a team of 18-20 experienced faculty under the guidance of Dr. Pankaj shukla, we finishes systematically the entire Prelims and Mains syllabus with a clear timeline. Faculties are very senior and experienced. We renew our reputation on a continuous basis with greater standards year after year. Our material is the best and every year up to date. Our style is simple, effective and formalistic. Our substance is in-depth and relevant.

THE ANALYTICS IAS focuses entirely on complete foundation course so as to provide students a one point solution at every step of this exam. Along with the foundation course we also integrate the preparation of Essay and conduct of TEST SERIES in this to evaluate students. We offer following courses :

GS Prelim-cum-Mains (with CSAT):

Covers Prelims Papers I and II as well as the Four Papers of Mains and ESSAY. It takes a time span of 8-9 months. 4 hrs classes 6 days a week.

GS Prelim-cum-Mains(without CSAT):

Covers Prelims Papers I as well as the Four Papers of Mains and ESSAY. It takes a time span of around 7-8 months. 4 hrs classes 6 days a week.

CSAT only:

It covers the 2nd paper of preliminary exam. It takes a time span of 2-3 months. 2 hrs classes 4 days a week.

PRELIMS ONLY ( GS + CSAT)

It covers both papers GS + CSAT. It takes a span of 5 months. 4 hrs classes 6 days a week.

Optional

We provide guidance in following optional subjects :

  • SOCIOLOGY
  • PUBLIC ADMINSTRATION
  • ECONOMICS
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  • HISTORY
  • ENGLISH LITERATURE

GS Mains Test Series:

Starts just after the declaration of Prelims results and ends in November.

GS Prelims Test Series:

Starts in Jan/Feb and continues till July. Test series are available only to classroom programme students.

Interview:

Couple of classes are held for all hopefuls before the results of the Mains Exam. Course starts after the declaration of Mains result. After classes a number of mock interviews are being conducted to prepare students for the final step of the three tier process.

A standard 2 hrs class of THE ANALYTICS IAS is centered around basics. Strives to make the concept clear. Explains with examples. proper class notes are provided so that students maintain a daily writing habit. it is also enriched with the debates going in contemporary along with newspaper relevant issues. recent articles associated with the topics going on are provided in the class.

One Year Complete Foundation Course :

For those who are going to appear next year.

3 Year complete foundation course :

Those students who passed their 12th and want to prepare this coveted exam at this early stage.

Prelims-cum-Mains Courses :

Prelims-cum-Mains courses are suitable for all freshers.

Mains & prelims Test Series :

Mains & prelims Test Series are highly beneficial for the those who have already appeared for the Examination and want an authentic simulation where discussion adds lot of value to the preparation. It can fine-tune their performance. In fact, we do not enroll those who have not appeared for the Prelims into the Mains Test Series.

Yes, your degree is valid, but you need to get an equivalent certificate from ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES :

  • Essentially, once you get your degree from the US or any foreign university, go to the High Commission of India in that country and get the photocopy of your US/foreign degree attested by them.
  • Next, send this photocopy as well as your transcripts photocopies to the Foreign Degrees Evaluation Section at the AIU together with a demand draft of Rs. 5000 (that’s what they hold equivalent to USD 100).
  • Send photocopies of your matriculation as well as 10+2 certificates.
  • Within a week you will receive an equivalence certificate from AIU.
    Alternatively, you may directly visit AIU in New Delhi. Present him the originals and a set of photocopies of degree and transcripts together with your matriculation and +2 certificates. Also, attach Rs. 5000 DD. You may be able to get your certificate within a couple of days in this case.
  • The AIU has a big book which has a list of all the foreign universities recognised in India. If you are from a reputable US university, then undoubtedly it will be in that list. If the university is in the list, the procedure is fast. If not, then they will take more time to issue the certificate.
  • Unfortunately, the AIU has not displayed the list of approved foreign universities online. It seems they bank on this information asymmetry to get the ridiculously high fee of Rs. 5000 for just an equivalence certificate. But all reputable US/UK/Foreign universities are there in the list.
  • Also, problem of equivalence is more for degrees like Medicine and Law. If it’s engineering or other courses, it’s easy to get the equivalence certificate.
  • It is difficult to say if UPSC accepts or rejects Mains forms in the absence of Equivalence Certificate. My suggestion is to just do one’s homework and follow the prescribed path to avoid panic and trouble if one is close to making it.
  • Hope this information is helpful to all those studying overseas and hoping to appear for UPSC/Other competitive examinations in India.
  • Also, there are no hard and fast rules. Different organisations make different provisions for admitting candidates. For instance, recently I appeared for RBI examination for Economist Position in their Department of Economic Affairs and Policy.
  • They required a Masters degree in Economics for that. In my case, my Bachelor’s degree has an equivalence certificate. My masters degree arrived only recently from overseas.
  • RBI was happy to just seek a photocopy of my degree and transcripts and happily established their own equivalence and issued me an admit card. So, organisations know that overseas candidates are coming back and applying for jobs as well. They are making room for allowing candidates to appear for these exam.

Your chances are the best provided the right strategy is adopted. If you are regular for all classes; read the study material; attend the examinations; come prepared to the class; be ready to take the class room discussions forward with your own readings; write answers and get them corrected, your chances are the brightest.

For regular students , Classes are held daily for 2 hours. Sundays may be holidays. After the faculty lectures, students have the option of raising queries either privately or among the students. Faculty being experienced and knowledgeable, students benefit immensely. The time table for different subjects within the General Studies is given at the beginning of the Programme. There may be minor variations in it. for weekend students / working professionals - classes will vary from 6-8 hrs on saturdays and sundays.

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