What is Civil Services?

In India, the Civil Services System is the backbone of the administrative machinery. The concept of organized Civil Services is deep-rooted in our Indian History. Back then, in the Kautilyan era, when the empire was expanding, need arose for organized administrative machinery, as, a wholly personal administration was impossible. In 1854, Macaulay Committee gave India its first modern civil service. Post-independence Administrative set up is weaved around the vision of Sardar Patel to promote and strengthen national unity through the Civil Services with integrity, impartiality and merit at the core of it. Currently, for recruitment in Civil Services, we have a merit based system through competitive examinations conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) in three stages, i.e., Prelims, Mains and Interview. It would be completely safe to say, that it is the most prestigious and toughest exam conducted in India.

Why Civil Services?

Civil Services paints ‘India’ in one colour. In India, the exam for the Civil Services is conducted at National Level. Regardless of the State you belong to, caste you belong to, the language you speak, it has a true ‘nationalist’ character. The work of the Civil Servants is sui generis. The legislature makes the laws, while, the Judiciary cannot go beyond what has been provided by the legislature. But the administrative wing takes upon them this challenging task to implement those laws at the same time taking care of the social and financial repercussions. They, thus, also enjoy the power of ‘Executive Legislation’. The prestige of the Civil Services lies in the fact that the vigilant minds of the country are allowed in the civil services. Kautilya’s Arthashastra, categorically states the need of the civil services as “the sovereignty is possible only with the assistance, for, a single wheel can never move”. The civil services was then, and even now is kept at the same pedestal with the ‘ruler’ or the ‘king’. Being the most prestigious and lucrative career option, the people employed in Civil Services are known for their higher intellect and swift problem solving skills. Due to its multifold character, the civil services provide a large platform to serve the nation and enrich oneself to live a better life.

Why Beacon IAS?

Service to nation and service to mankind should be the sole objective of every individual. In India, administrative setup has not only been seen during Kautilya, but its roots have been present since Harrapan times. The contemporary system of Civil Services find their seeds in Colonial India whose purpose was, like all other systems , to work in their best interests, but now, their work in developmental activities and efforts in national integration have proved to be a massive victory in providing a strong base to the nation. Therefore being a part of the Civil Services provides the opportunity to serve the nation as well as work for betterment of the society.

Our country today has no dearth of bright and talented students who can prove to be a great asset as Civil servants. Although, challenges like economic hardship, lack of guidance and mismanagement of time prove to be roadblocks to climb for them.

At Beacon IAS, we strive to guide, help and assist the students, to facilitate their flow through the roadblocks, to crack Civil Services Examination and serve the nation. This thereby helps us in rendering a portion of our part of duty to the society and the nation.

We are guided by personalities having diverse range of experiences in Civil Services which have further helped us in generating an understanding of the core requirements and essence for success in exam. We have used their experiences to chart out our programs and a special care is taken to ensure that the concepts are explained to the students in most simple and clear manner. Our faculties are experienced in their fields teaming up with dedication and commitment to the cause of students.

Keeping the current learning trend alive, all our classrooms are devised with the latest technologies including electronic touch enabled white boards, Surround Sound System and High- resolution Projectors. We also provide a comprehensive series of weekly tests followed by post- test analysis which helps the students in analyzing their performance minutely, improving their knowledge graph and eventually achieving success in civil services examinations.

What are the courses available?

    • 1. Foundation Course - Regular & Weekend Batches.
    • 2. Undergraduate Batch.
    • 3. Optional Papers
    • 4. Test Series
    • 5. Interview guidance & Mock Interview

What are the optional papers available?

    • 1. History
    • 2. Political Science
    • 3. Geography
    • 4. Economics
    • 5. Sanskrit
    • 6. Public Administration
    • 7. Hindi Literature

What is the duration of the courses?

    • 1. Foundation Course - Regular - 10 months
    • 2. Weekend Batches - 10 months
    • 3. Undergraduate Batch - 19 months
    • 4. Optional Papers - 4 months

Does the institute provide study materials?

Yes, we provide updated and relevant study material.

Is there any sholarship available?

Yes, scholarship is available for economically weaker sections and meritorious students.

How to get the scholarship?

For scholarship register at the website www.beaconedu.in and the scholarship recipients will be selected through test conducted by the institute.

What is the mechanism to assess the student's classroom performance?

The students are assessed through daily, weekly and monthly tests and interaction and remarks of the faculty.

Is there any hostel facility?

Yes, there are separate hostels for boys and girls located nearby the institute. On request we would arrange for the accommodation

Is the hostel fee included in the course fee?

No, it should be paid separately.

Can a student rejoin some classes to clear doubt after the completion of the course?

Yes, one can join with due permission of management without paying anything.

Which is the nearest Metro Station?

Model Town Metro Station [Yellow Line] . Take the exit at Gate No. 2 .