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hello sir, i had completed my engineering in this year and now preparing for civil services examination as i am from jammu and there is very less coaching cntres and they even not providing the coaching for alatest ias pattern they mainly give focus on jk kas(psc) exam and having good result in jk kas now iam confused that from where should i take coaching from jammu or delhi. and even delhi is hub of ias and it is difficult to isolate good coaching centre..please help me in sought out this issue... i found classical ias academy as this academy provide me concession for my obc category infoundational course..but this academy have not much detail on internet except their website...please tell how is this academy??? please reply soon thanks

First, be clear that coaching is not must for Civil Services Examination preparation. If you wish to join any coaching, you should first prepare yourself so that you can take full advantage of what you will be taught in coaching institute.

Delhi is certainly the hub as lots of reputed coaching institutes attract thousands of candidates like you for Civil Services Examination preparation.

If you can afford, you can come to Delhi; there are many good institutes and you can choose these after personally visiting and interacting with candidates preparing in these institutes.

Don’t make concession the basis of joining any coaching institute; let quality of coaching be the sole deciding factor for your institute’s selection.

Put Classic IAS Academy in your consideration list and take an informed decision.


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