The IAS Foundation Program for School Students is a comprehensive course that aims to establish a solid groundwork in General Studies topics, enhance analytical skills for current affairs, and cultivate effective answer-writing abilities. These fundamental competencies are essential for succeeding in the Civil Services Examination. Consistently engaging in a weekly live interactive session along with practice quizzes can empower you to make crucial career-related decisions with ease. The program is divided into modules lasting 5 weeks each. Overall, the program consists of 40 modules, lasting 4 years.
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IAS Schoolers Program Features

This course consists of 40 modules spanning around 4 years, with each module lasting for a duration of 5 weeks.

    1. Week 1 - Live class on conceptual topic

    2. Week 2 - Live class on conceptual topic

    3. Week 3 - Live class on conceptual topic

    4. Week 4 - Live class on conceptual topic

    5. Week 5 - Current Affairs & Modular Assessment

    1. 1 Live interactive class

    2. Class based notes (released immediately after the class)

    3. Class based quizzes (approx. 15 questions; practice and get 100% accuracy)

    4. Map based quizzes (approx. 15 questions; practice and get 100% accuracy)

    5. Assignment - class based, 1 descriptive question.

    6. Model answer to the above assignment

    7. Weekly test (based on the weekly practice quizzes)

    1. Co-curricular activities: personal interview & essay writing skill development

    2. Economic development and Growth: Historical, social, political, and developmental aspects of the Indian economy, including financial markets and banking systems.

    3. Historical events cover the socio-economic, cultural, and political life of the Indians through the ancient and medieval period. It also covers the art and culture of the period.

    4. British Colonialism and Indian Nationalism – Indian National Movement till Independence

    5. Constitution and Political developments of India compromises of history of constitution-making, contents of constitutions and post-Independence political party formations.

    6. Physical and Human Geography, Climatology and Oceanography.

    7. Ecology, Environment and Climate change – Challenges associated with it.

    8. Sustainable development and Environmental legislation

    9. Government in India – Features, Formations and Branches.

    10. Evolution of the Legal System and Judiciary in India.

    11. Bureaucracy, Administrative system, and Institutions of India

    12. World Politics – deals with India’s stand in world politics, and India’s relation with neighbours as well as major powers of the world like USA, Russia, EU, and Japan.

    13. Contemporary World Order and Role of International Agencies like UN.

    14. India’s Foreign Policy

    15. Defence system and technology.

    16. Political and Physical Maps compromises of World, Regions and India. Capitals, Major Boundaries, Prominent cities and Important Places will also be covered through Quizzes


  • Weekly 1 live interactive session
  • Conceptual classes + weekly practice quizzes & regular assessments
  • Skill development - answer writing, news analysis, personal interview

Admission & Batch Timings

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June 7th 2023
7.00 PM
June 3rd 2023
7.00 PM
June 4th 2023
11.30 AM
June 4th 2023
2.00 PM
June 4th 2023
7.00 PM


  • Is there a demo lecture available?

    Unfortunately, we do not offer live demonstration lectures. However, for trial purposes, we do provide the option to enrol in one module, which consists of five weekly classes. This allows you to experience the value we bring to your learning or your ward's progress. If you find our services valuable, you can choose longer commitment plans.

  • What happens if students cannot attend a live class?

    All our live classes are recorded, and you can easily access them through the same platform under the "Recorded Classes" section.

  • What does this program focus on?

    In order to comprehend the present-day happenings, it is imperative to have a clear understanding of diverse subjects. These encompass the constitution, pivotal political and economic occurrences post India's adoption of a republican status, the judiciary's jurisdiction, the World Trade Organization (WTO), other global organizations, disaster management, and more. Our live interactive sessions with students will delve into these topics.

  • What are the Co-curricular areas that the program focuses on?

    The program centers on cultivating the skills necessary to successfully clear the Civil Services Examination, including enhancing one's ability to write effective answers and essays, improving one's capacity to analyze current affairs, and honing the skill of acing personal interviews.

  • What are the different types of assessments included in the program?

    (A) Weekly Practice Quiz: The weekly practice quiz consists of class-based and static multiple-choice questions (MCQs) aimed at providing candidates an opportunity to practice and achieve 100% accuracy within that week. Candidates can attempt the quiz multiple times to enhance their understanding. (B)Weekly Test: The weekly test is conducted typically one day before the next live class. Students have a single attempt to complete the test within a specified time limit. This test fosters healthy competition among batch students. After completion, a performance report is shared via the registered email address, allowing parents/guardians to review the results. (C) Modular Test: The modular test is administered after every four classes to assess the overall performance of students. In addition to evaluating academic progress, this test also provides feedback on student behavior and attitude.

  • Why do we provide regular map-based quizzes for practice?

    Having the world map in mind will help to associate with any events easily. Students will be helped to remember all the countries of the world and important capitals through quizzes.

  • Why is essay writing included in the program?

    The essay writing skill is important for generalist officers to express themselves clearly, coherently and logically on a wide range of topics – imaginative, descriptive or factual. That is why the essay writing has been re-introduced (1993) in the civil services examination conducted by the UPSC.

  • How can current affairs classes benefit children?

    Without the ability to analyze the current events, the students will not be able to sync the theories they learn in school or otherwise. The program works on the development of news analysis skill. These skills are essential for their academic success and future civic engagement.

  • Will students receive lesson notes?

    Yes, well-organized lesson notes (Soft Copies) will be available after each class.