IAS LECTURE VIDEOS
BYJU'S IAS PROGRAM
Classroom Foundation Program (Prelims cum Mains) -
- Comprehensive coverage of GS papers for prelims and mains
- An all-encompassing CSAT module coverage
- Special emphasis on essay writing module
- Includes extra classes for answer writing module
- Inclusive current affairs module
- Personality development program focusing on a student’s training for interviews
IAS Tablet Program -
- Get access to the best lecturers anytime and anywhere
- 400+ hours of pre-loaded classes
- Extensive study material for IAS prelims and mains
- One-on-one mentoring by experts to help solve your doubts
- Special weekly current affairs analysis of dynamic topics
Main Test Series -
Main test series for 2018 will start in the 1st week of July and includes 15 subjective papers as per the UPSC pattern. All the papers will be evaluated by our IAS experts and a detailed feedback will be provided along with the model answers.
- Includes 12 tests-4 full length and 8 topic-wise test
- Model answers for all the tests
- Discussion on each and every paper
- Answers to be evaluated by our IAS experts and details feedback to be provided
WHY IS BYJU'S INDIA'S NO.1 CHOICE FOR IAS PREPARATION?
BYJU’S IAS Prep Program started in 2011 and over the years we have been able to expand our content and adapt our style of teaching successfully. Our results speak for themselves. Many of our students find their names among the top rank holders year after year in the IAS exam.
UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (UPSC)
Candidates aspiring to get into the prestigious civil services of the Indian Government should know about the structure and functions of the UPSC before appearing for the exam. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is a constitutional body which is authorized to conduct various examinations in the country to recruit candidates for central civil services jobs with the Government of India. The acronym ‘UPSC’ is often used as the general name for the exams held by UPSC.
This, however, is not completely accurate as the UPSC is a constitutional body responsible for conducting various exams, one of which is the civil services examination. The Commission’s grant is approved by the Constitution of India, which is mentioned in the Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the Constitution named as ‘Services Under the Union and the States’ that provides the regulations for a Public Service Commission for the Union and for each state.
The examinations conducted by the UPSC are Central Armed Police (Assistant Commandant) Examination; Civil Services Examination; Combined Defence Services Examination, Combined Geoscientist Examination and Geologist Examination; Combined Medical Services Examination; Engineering Services Examination; Indian Economic Service Examination; Indian Forest Service Examination; Indian Statistical Service Examination; National Defense Academy Examination; Naval Academy Examination; and Special Class Railway Apprentice.
CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION
Civil Services Examination is one of the exams conducted by the UPSC among others as mentioned above.
The Civil Services Exam offers a single window entry into the Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ Services and the candidates who clear the exam will be allotted a service on the basis of their marks and ranking. Once a candidate is assigned to a service, they will be appointed to various posts under a specific service, or be allotted an assignment with another department of another service.
INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE (IAS)
The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is an all India administrative civil service; IAS officers have significant and strategic positions in the Union Government, States and public-sector enterprises. IAS is the permanent bureaucracy in India. India being a country that follows the Parliamentary system of government, the bureaucracy forms an inseparable part of the executive branch of the Government and provides stability and objectivity to the administration.
Unlike other services, once a candidate is selected to Indian Administration Service (IAS) or Indian Foreign Service (IFS), its cadre can be recruited by both the Union Government and the different states.
An IAS Officer is given the administrative command of the complete revenue administration in the district as District Collector after 4 years of services. An IFS Officer represents the Government of India at the international level in bilateral and multilateral negotiations.
At several levels of administrations, IAS Officers play significant roles like conducting free, rational and smooth elections in Indian under the guidelines of Election commission of India and states, which is an autonomous constitutional authority.
The UPSC civil services exam 2018 is scheduled to commence on 3rd June 2018. If you aspire to serve your country by being part of the prestigious civil services, what are you waiting for? Become a part of the BYJU’S family and take your IAS exam preparation into high-octane mode!