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OFFICERS IAS ACADEMY LAUNCHES ‘JUMPSTART’

Officers IAS Academy, Anna Nagar has launched ‘JUMPSTART’, a specially designed UPSC coaching program for college students pursuing their Under Graduation (UG) degree. Students have the option of choosing either a 2-Year or 3-Year integrated program, both of which cover everything needed to crack the examination.

 

‘JUMPSTART’ recognizes that the reality of the workplace students will enter upon graduation will be markedly different from the one they are currently studying for.

 

Mr. Israel Jebasingh IAS, Founder and Director, Officers IAS Academy said, “Within a few years these students are going to be entering a workplace where automation, increased competition and reduced opportunities are the norm. Our 2-Year and 3-Year integrated program, ‘JUMPTSART’, will help these students have a choice of careers when they graduate, and prepare them for an alternate career path of being a Civil Servant should they so choose or desire.”

 

The ‘JUMPSTART’ program is everything that our regular full-time students have come to love–a unique understanding of the mind of the examiner, a dream team of faculty, a highly relevant and syllabus oriented pedagogy, a rigorous schedule, passion, personal guidance and mentoring, and most importantly, the insights and experience that come fromhaving cleared the examination and gone on to serve as Civil Servants. Hallmarks that has helped Officers IAS Academy establish itself as a force to be reckonedin the UPSC coaching industry. But with the flexibility that we know UG students need.

 

He further added, “Students who enroll in ‘JUMPSTART’ not only meet the UPSC eligibility criteria upon graduation, but are also well prepared to crack the exam without investing further time in study preparation.”

 

For more information, interested students can call the academy at (044) 40483555 | +91 9677120226 or write to info@officersiasacademy.com.

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