Course Description

This Course is designed to familiarise students with the topics of Polity, History, Economy, Geography, Current Affairs and more(see Course Content below) to help in gaining knowledge required for Preliminary Exam.

Lets go through the Course Content covered in this course

Course Content

  • Secton 1

    General Studies and General Abilities

  • Section 2

    History, Polity and Society

    • Social and Cultural History of India and Andhra Pradesh

    • Overview of the Indian Constitution and Politics

  • Section 3

    Economy and Development

    • Planning in India and Indian Economy

    • Contemporary Problems and Development of Andhra Pradesh

Course Material

Institute prepared Material will be couriered to specified address provided by you.


Online Tests will be conducted after explanation of each topic. Discussion Forum is available for students to clarify doubts with peers and faculty.


Any device with browser that connects to the internet and preferred Internet connection speed(256 kbps or higher)

About Civil Services

Officially it is called the UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE). But the exam is popularly known as IAS. The complete detail about UPSC exam scheme are here, which will help all the civil service applicants who vision to become IAS officers, to face the exam with right approach and attitude, suitable guidance, range of relevant study materials, precise focus, and exact groundwork strategy.

The UPSC CSE entails of 3 stages and they are Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, and Personality Test/Interview. The UPSC calendar that comprises of the exam dates is announced by the commission through UPSC notifications.

The accountability of the civil services is to run the admin of India. The nation is managed through a number of Central Regime organizations in harmony with the policy orders given by the ministries. The associates of the civil services signify as commissioners in the central government and state government; emissaries in the foreign missions/embassies; as tax accumulators and revenue commissioners; as civil service commissioned police officers; as permanent representative(s) and personnel in the United Nations and its organizations and as Chairman, Managing Director, full-time purposeful Director/Member of the Board of Management of various Public Sector Undertakings, Corporations, Banks and business institutions. Civil servants are employed to various agencies of India and can also be appointed as advisors or special duty generals or private secretaries to ministers of the Union and the State Regime