IAS

IAS Exams Preparation Coaching at NAM Institute

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Since 2008 NAM Institute have been providing top level IAS tutorials at its different branches located in New Delhi & Gurgaon.

IAS & other such jobs of civil services are considered as steel frame of Indian Government that comprise of of IAS,IPS,IRS,IAAS,IFS and other Central Govt. services are pivotal for the governance of India. To sail through this exam which is widely regarded as mother of all exam proper guidance and direction is must. Day by Day competition level of this exam are becoming tougher and tricky which need conceptual clarity along with wide knowledge base. Under the 24x7 vigil of veteran academician Mr. N K Singh, NAM Institute has gained popularity as most famous Indian Civil Services coaching institute in New Delhi & Gurgaon.

Involved with experts from this domain and trainers from best of the industry stalwarts who have wide experience of imparting training to the civil services aspirants are the forte of NAM Institute. Proper batch selection of candidates is done in order to ensure a better and higher success rate. Over the period of time NAM has evolved as a pre eminent Civil Services coaching institute in New Delhi & Gurgaon.
A selection test is conducted in every weekend to assess the general understanding of this examination so that students will be selected accordingly.
The coaching is provided by experienced trainers who have so far guided more than thousands of students for civil services examinations at PT Mains & Interview level..

Eligibility:A Bachelor degree from any UGC recognized University irrespective of the program being regular or distance in mode. Final Year appearing students can also appear provided they have to get their degree latest after publication of Preliminary Examination result.
Scheme and subjects for the Prelims (PT) and Main/Written Examination:

A. Preliminary Examination
The Examination shall comprise two compulsory papers of 200marks each.
Paper: I : General Studies
Duration : 2hrs (200 Marks)
Paper II : CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) Duration: 2hrs (200 Marks)
B. Main Examination
The written examination will consist of the following papers:
Qualifying Papers:
Paper A: (One of the Indian Languages to be selected by the candidate from the Languages included in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution). 300 Marks
Paper B: English 300 Marks

  • Papers to Be Counted For Merit
    PaperSubjectMarks
    Paper-1Essay250
    Paper-2(Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society)General Studies I250
    Paper-3(Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)General Studies II250
    Paper-4(Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)General Studies III250
    Paper-6Optional Subject Paper 1250
    Paper-7Optional Subject Paper 2250
    Sub Total (Written test)1750
    Personality Test 275
    Grand Total 2025
    Candidates May Choose Any One Of The Optional Subjects From Amongst The List Of Subjects Given Below:
  • NO OF ATTEMPTS/AGE IN CIVIL EXAMS
    General Category Candidates: 6 ATTEMPTS UPTO 32 YEARS
    OBC Category Candidates: 9 ATTEMPTS UPTO 35 YEARS
    SC/ST Category Candidates: UNLIMITED ATTEMPTS UPTO 37 YEARS
    LanguageScript
    AssameseAssamese
    BengaliBengali
    GujaratiGujarati
    HindiDevnagri
    KannadaKannada
    KashmiriPersian
    KonkaniDevnagri
    MalayalamMalayalam
    ManipuriBengali
    MarathiDevnagri
    NepaliDevnagri
    OriyaOriya
    PunjabiGurumukhi
    SanskritDevnagri
    SindhiDevnagri or Arabic
    TamilTamil
    TeluguTelugu
    UrduPersian
    BodoDevnagri
    DogriDevnagri
    MaithilliDevnagri
    SanthaliDevnagri or Olchiki
  • List of Optional Subjects for Main Examination:
    1. Agriculture
    2. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
    3. Anthropology
    4. Botany
    5. Chemistry
    6. Civil Engineering
    7. Commerce and Accountancy
    8. Economics
    9. Electrical Engineering
    10. Geograph
    11. Geology
    12. History
    13. Law
    14. Management
    15. Mathematics
    16. Mechanical Engineering
    17. Medical Science
    18. Philosophy
    19. Physics
    20. Political Science and International Relations
    21. Psychology
    22. Public Administration
    23. Sociology
    24. Statistics
    25. Literature of any one of the following languages: Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and English.
  • C. Interview Test
    The Board member who takes interview will have all the record of the candidates career. The main objective of the interview is to check out by asking questions about general awareness whether the candidate for public service is suitable or not. Mental alertness, critical powers of assimilation, clear and logical exposition, balance of judgment, variety and depth of interest, ability for social cohesion and leadership, intellectual and moral integrity are the qualities that are judged by board.
    The main aim of the interview is to reveal the mental qualities of the candidate.
    The Board Members is not only check the knowledge of the candidate in a particular field but also check the awareness of candidate about what is happening around him within his state or in other states. They also asked about current affairs and new discoveries which can raise the curiosity of educated youth.
  • IAS Coaching Module at NAM Institute:
    >	Preliminary: 4 Months in Regular Mode (Mon-Fri) having 3 hrs classes daily while we provide weekend
    classes facility of 5 months having 5 hours classes on Sat & Sun.
    >	Mains/Written : 4 Months in Regular Mode (Mon-Fri) having 3 hrs classes daily while weekend classes
    facility of 5 months having 5 hours classes on Sat & Sun.
    >	 Pre-cum- Mains : 8 Months in Regular Mode (Mon-Fri) having 3 hrs classes daily while for weekend
    classes facility of 10 months having 5 hours classes each on Sat & Sun.
    
    Note:we help the students in getting residential facilities separately for boys & girls at reasonable cost.