Civil Services Examination has a vast syllabus covering various topics under different subjects and the questions asked in the examination are a melting pot of the entire syllabus. This means that along with separation of disciplines while teaching, the art of unison also needs to be inculcated in the aspirants. This is where our classroom courses stand out.
Along with providing the best of faculties for various disciplines being taught, we supplement them with group discussions of relevant topics from contemporary time. Extempore is another tool which we use in our classroom courses to develop the personality of the student. As a result of these activities, the entire classroom boils with the energy of inquisitiveness, where the faculty acts as a facilitator. This situational pressure also prepares them for “out of the blue” analytical questions asked in the Civil Services Examination. Thus, apart from knowledge of subject, our classroom courses and activities develop the personality of each student. Civil Services Examination is divided into three stages, each one as complex as the other. First two stages i.e. Preliminary and Main examination are interlinked with each other through the syllabus and the third stage is the Interview test, which focuses on the personality of the individual.
In our Classroom Programs we build up on the concepts, first, through basic textbooks, then we proceed to the reference books to nurture applicability of the concepts, thereafter, our faculty assists aspirants in developing an analytical ability necessary for the examination. Mock Interviews are available post Classroom program to all our students. Study material in the form of notes is provided to the students, to minimize time taken in writing and dictation. All our notes have been designed under the guidance of the respective subject experts, to provide crisp and to the point content for students.
Our regular batch is the most popular amongst aspirants. It provides them with concept building classes followed by applicability and understanding of the subjects in contemporary times. The unison of subjects is concentrated on, to develop analytical ability in them. The consistency developed in this batch assists performance monitoring of all the aspirants and early detection of weak areas so that they get rectified in time.
Batches follow a strict schedule of weekly and monthly tests. These inculcate a habit of facing examination in the aspirants. The meticulously designed tests develop time management qualities in aspirants and assist in developing quick reading skills.
Regular Batch is coupled with group discussions amongst students which are moderated by the respective faculties, which further takes the form of extempore by individual students.
By the end of our regular batch, aspirants are able to understand various ways that a question can be tackled, be it Preliminary or Main examination.
Our Weekend Batch is popular amongst aspirants working or attending college. The course stretches a bit more than our regular batch. This batch utilizes spare time of aspirants with optimum efficiency and enables them to compete with the same edge as others.
Special focus is given to develop conceptual understanding in the aspirants and deriving applicability of all that they are taught according to contemporary times. Analytical abilities get developed in due course of lectures, group discussions and extempore.
Beacon IAS, brings an opportunity for future IAS aspirants, to start preparing for civil services examination from their first year in graduation.
Advantages: It was seen that students after three years of graduation invested three years more in preparation of the Civil Services Examination. Given the heated debate on age reduction of eligibility in CSE it is better to start early and be polished by the time one graduates. This comprehensive program stretches for three years and offers a learning experience which is based on constant revision and practice.
Aspirants in this batch will have a course outlined in a balanced way. Enough time is given for graduation studies and a substantial break is provided for college examinations. The University of Delhi Academic Calander is followed by us to prepare a course outlay that provides minimalistic pressure on the aspirant.
This batch is groomed with concepts and analytical ability from day one. In the final, year Mock Interviews are conducted as a preparation for the final stage of Civil Services Examination.
To join this program, you need to take a selection test.