Director's Message

Cracking civil services exam is an art and later is defined as skillful application of knowledge. We strongly believe that skill of even mediocres can be developed to the desirable extent. Besides hard labour, technique(particular way of doing something which involves special skill), methods(procedure of inquiry for reliable knowledge knowledge and reliable conclusions) and (criteria for selectig problems and relevant data) play decisive role in coping with the problems with speed and accuracy. We have developed four fold unique techniques namely coding, frame-working, classification and correlation. This helps in maximization of the output with imprrovised grasping and longer retentivity. Regular practice in question – answer form along with the study of subject matter, sharpent your exam – oriented approach. Periodical evaluation and remarks help in taking prior corrective measures before the D – day. We train our students for strategic preparation coupled with rational & scientific method.

About IAS service is the backbone of the Indian government machinery constitutes all the departments which runs the State administration. A highly competitive and challenging area, it involves a variety of jobs in different departments. Compared to private sector jobs this profession has job security. The prestige and power that comes along with these top-notch jobs is a definite reason for anybody to join this profession. The salary, allowances and facilities like healthcare, housing, conveyance etc. also make it a lucrative profession.


The Royal commission on the Superior Civil Services in India under chairmanship of Lord Lee, Which submitted its report in 1924, recommended the setting up of the Public Service Commission. This led to the establishment of the first Public Service Commission on October 1, 1926 under the chairmanship of Sir Ross Barker. The Limited advisory function accorded to the Public Service Commission and continued stress on this aspect by the leader of our freedom movement resulted in the setting up of a Federal Public Service Commission under the Government of India Act, 1935. The Federal Public Service Commission became the Union Public Services Commission after Independence and it was give a constitutional status with the promulgation of constitution of India on January 26, 1950.
Earlier separate exams were conducted for various Civil Services. The combined entrance for the all the Civil Services and system of preliminary examination was introduced in 1979
The Civil Services examination is conducted by the UPSC in three stages:-

  1. Civil Services Preliminary Examination-CSP (Normally held in mid of May every year) Note : CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) may introduced from 2011 as PMO approved it. 
  2. Civil Services MAIN Examination-CSM (held in Oct-Nov every year)
Personality Test (held in Mar-Apr every year) 
Note : Candidates who have passed Civil Services Preliminary Examination will be Eligible to appear in mains Examinations


This Exam is completed in 3 stage.
Pre Exam
Main Exam
Pre Exam consists 2 objective papers
1. G.S Compulsory
2. CSAT Compulsory
Mains Exam
Only those candidates allowed to appear in main exam who qualified Pre Exam
Main Exam consists 9 descriptive papers from which 5 are compulsory and 2
Subject includes 4 papers are optional
Compulsory paper
Hindi (Qualifying papers)
English (Qualifying papers)
General study I 300 Marks
General study II 300 Marks
Essay 200 Marks
Optional two optional subjects
Optional 1st (Paper I + Paper II) each 300 Marks Total 600 Marks
Optional 2nd (Paper I + Paper II) each 300 Marks Total 600 Marks
Total 2000 Marks
Interview 300 Marks
Most Popular subjects for Main exam are History, Geography, Public Administration, Philosophy, Social Works, Political Science, G.S. etc.

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