About us

A. A. Shah’s IAS Institute, having vast experience in coaching for Civil Services Examination of UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), has launched A. A. Shah’s Young IAS to cultivate the required quality in the young students who aspire their career in Civil Services and other Government jobs. Generally students start preparation for such competitive Examination after graduation.

Having realized the difficulties faced by such candidates, A. A. Shah’s Young IAS has, after thorough research, formed several courses to cater such students, to train them to shine in their academic and competitive career. The courses are structured as per the age, academic standard and interest of the students and the same are grouped under different heads, such as:

School Level

Std. I to IV

Std. IV to IX

Abacus

Young IAS Club

Level- I

Level- II

Std. V to VIII

PRE UPPER PRIMARY SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION STD 5TH (PUP)

PRE SECONDARY SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION STD 8TH (PSS)

Maharashtra Talent Search Exam

Std. IX -X

National Talent Search Exam

Undergraduates

Staff Selection Commission (Combined Higher Secondary Level)

National Defense Academy Exam

Pre-IAS Foundation Course(UPSC – CSE)

Graduate

Civil Services

General Studies (UPSC) – Civil Services Exam

Defense Services

Combined Defense Service (CDS) Exam

Staff Selection Commission

Combined Graduate Level- SSC (CGL) Exam

Banking

IBPS (PO) Exam

IBPS (Clerk) Exam

RBI Grade – B Exam

SBI (PO) Exam

SBI (Clerk) Exam

IAS Courses for undergraduates (Pre-IAS Foundation Course)General Studies and CSAT (Civil Service Aptitude Test) are the compulsory subjects of Civil Services preliminary Examination. General Studies include History, Geography, Economics, Science, Social Science, Polity, Ecology & Environment etc. These are the subjects, which the students learn in their school & college, without making any attempt to learn the basic concept of the subject and understand the same.Banking CoursesCareer in banking sector is the most sought for career. Students from all streams, be it humanities, commerce or science opt for job in bank. Every year thousands of vacancies are notified by various banks. The examinations in this field are held by IBPS, SBI, RBI, RRB, NABARD etc.To make a career in banking, one must be good at analysing numbers, that is, mathematics must be strong enough to interpret and analyse numerical data. In addition to this General

Awareness and knowledge of banking terms are also importantSSC (CGL) CoursesThe main responsibility of the Staff Selection Commission is to make recruitment to Group C (non-technical) & Group B (non-gazetted – both technical & non-technical) posts in departments of Government of India, its attached & subordinate offices except those for which recruitment is made by the Railway Recruitment Boards & Industrial Establishments.The Staff Selection Commission has a nationwide network of 9 Regional/Sub-regional Offices located at Allahabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Guwahati, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi & Sub-regional offices located at Chandigarh & RaipurThough Staff Selection Commission conducts several examinations for various posts, the most preferred examination is Combined Graduate Level for the posts of Assistants in CSS, AFHQ, MEA etc., Inspectors in Central Excise /Preventive Officer/Income Tax, Inspector of Posts, Sub Inspector in CBI, Divl. Accountants, Auditors, UDC etc.Army/Navy CoursesRecently it is also realized that the students who aspire to join defence services; Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy are directionless and as such due to lack of information and guidance can’t fulfill their wish to serve the nation. Hence, A. A. Shah’s Young IAS has added a new feather in its crown by introducing coaching for defence services. Defence Services have three wings;

Indian Army
Indian Air Force
Indian Navy

School level courses Syllabus of every competitive exam includes questions on arithmetic, aptitude, general mental ability, logical reasoning etc. In order to crack such competitive exams candidates are required to be quick in solving the questions. If they take more time in calculations then they won’t be able to attend all the questions. So the secret of success is quick and accurate calculations. Since school level, ‘Mathematics’ is a subject, which horrifies few students; others love ‘Mathematics’. Those who love ‘Mathematics’ as a subject are not necessarily quick in solving the questions. There is a scientific reason behind the same. Based on such scientific reasons following courses are available at A A Shah’s Young IAS for school level students;

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Civil Services

Defence Service

Banking

SSC