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A A Shah's IAS Institute provides UPSC 3 years integrated course for12th pass IAS aspirants

UPSC 3 Years Integrated Program

Parents and students aspiring for career in civil services are generally in dilemma as when to start the preparation for UPSC IAS Exams.

Their question; ‘Isn’t it early to start preparation for UPSC – Civil Services Examination after 12th?’
Now let us see why and how one should start preparation for UPSC Civil Services Exams as early as after 12th board exams. It is actually the perfect time to prepare for UPSC Civil Service Examination. You have 3 years to be utilized qualitatively for your preparation, as you appear for the exam only after your graduation. Hence after 12th
you can start preparation for this examination very systematically and smartly by managing your time accordingly, given that you are dedicated towards your preparation.
For such dedicated students A. A. Shah’s IAS Institute conducts “UPSC-IAS Foundation Course” – “UPSC 3 Years Integrated Program.

Your ‘I Can’ attitude is more important than your IQ. Albert Einstein was considered as an average student, but don’t we all know that he was a genius? For you to qualify this examination all that you need is: Interest, Sincerity, Strategy, Dedication and Proper Guidance. Civil Services Examination is easy to qualify provided a candidate properly understands what UPSC is intending to assess through the examination. It is pertinent to note that UPSC will test a candidate’s general awareness on a variety of subjects, which will have relevance for a career in Civil Services. The questions asked in the examination are likely to test the candidate’s basic understanding of all relevant issues and ability to analyse and take a view on conflicting socio-economic goals, objectives and demands. Civil Services Examination is intended to assess the overall intellectual traits and depth of understanding of candidates rather than merely the range of their information and memory. So the candidates, even scholars and toppers of school and college, are required to abandon the habit of memorizing or acquiring bookish knowledge. If one understands these facts and follow the guidance of experts in this field, the study of Civil Services Examination becomes not only easy but also enjoyable.

As per eligibility criteria, any student graduated from UGC (University Grant Commission) recognized university, irrespective of stream, is eligible for Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by UPSC. Your stream of graduation does not matter., For CSE, students are required to start preparation with NCERT books (i.e. text books of CBSE Delhi Board) from Std. VI onwards. Even a graduate preparing for this highest exam of the country, studies school level text books from Std. VI onwards. Hence it is clear that stream of college education makes no difference while preparing for the exam as you start from basics.

In order to get through this toughest examination of India, one needs a clear strategy along with appropriate and genuine guidance. We, at A. A. Shah’s IAS Institute, with our vast experience, provide that genuine guidance and training to sincere and dedicated candidates. Our faculties are experts who inculcate the required knowledge and understanding of subjects co-relating with the updated current issues.

With proper guidance, time management and dedication, one can start preparation for this examination and even qualify it. The term ‘politics’ as we know generally, has nothing to do with the study or career for a civil servant.

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3 years integrated course program for UPCS Services Exams for 12th pass IAS aspirants
A A Shah’s IAS Institute provides 3 years integrated program for 12th pass IAS aspirants. Offline and Online courses are available.
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