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Believers IAS Academy Online Classes


What do we have to offer?

Nothing short of the best IAS online coaching experience

  • The national lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic has got everyone in a difficult situation. For IAS aspirants across the country this is a difficult time considering the postponement of the UPSC Preliminary Exam. Access to physical classroom is difficult at this point. Hence Believers IAS Academy, one the best IAS coaching centers in Bangalore are on to extend their guidance to aspirants through online portals. We are compelled to take up online classes under the pressure of students and well-wishers. We primarily preferred physical classrooms for our students as we believe real classrooms could provide better learning experience. But since the situation demands it we have decided to engage in real-time virtual UPSC coaching while ensuring the best IAS coaching standards as before.  


  • Believers IAS Academy, as we extend our service to online platform assure you that under no circumstances will we leave even the slightest chance of compromising on the quality of our guidance. Our faculties acknowledge these standards. They are well experienced in taking online classes and doubt clearance sessions online. Hence they approach online sessions with the same enthusiasm and passion, exactly the way they do it vehemently in classrooms. 




Option to switch: 

This is not the end of the world. Once we are through this situation, those students willing to attend classes in our classrooms can walk right up to our best IAS coaching building in BTM Layout, Bangalore and join the classes. 


1200+ hours of course content:  

We will be providing the students exactly what we teach in the physical classroom. Including all subjects according to the UPSC Civil Services Exam syllabus.  


Live 2-way communication: 

At Believers IAS Academy we prefer less number of students per batch so that the sessions become more interactive and comprehensive. This will be extended to our online sessions as the platform that we employ will be one that enables 2-way communication. You do not have to be monotonous during the sessions.  


Constant Evaluation: 

Online mock tests will be conducted regularly and assessed. This will help students track their performance.  


Updated study materials: 

The study materials will be made available to each students who subscribe to our online classes. These materials are not mere archived notes but constantly updated by our educators according to the volatility of UPS Civil Services Examination pattern. Our materials are in perfect synchronization with the UPSC exam syllabus and hence our solid claim to be among the best IAS coaching in Bangalore . 


UPSC experts as your personal mentor: 

Among our faculties are educators who have spent years in training UPSC aspirants and who have themselves achieved success in the exam. We also have Officers who often visit the academy as guest lecturers to share with you their experience and strategy. They are willing to engage with you in our online platform and boost your journey to success. 


Doubt-solving sessions with our educators: 

Special doubt solving sessions will be conducted in virtual classes to make sure the concept is clear to the students and asses their understanding. 


Current Affairs and Contemporary Analysis: 

Our online classes will always end with a current affairs discussion session where we will discuss the important articles in newspapers relevant to UPSC syllabus. Apart from this online monthly current affairs assessment classes will take place. This will be in addition to the current affairs materials and videos published on the website. 



How to prepare online for UPSC Civil Services Exam? 

  • Internet revolution, social media, gadgets like tablets and smartphones, online shopping websites etc. have changed the way aspirants deal with the requirements of the UPSC Civil Services Exam. 
  • The exam pattern is also changing – indicating a shift towards more inclusiveness and less importance to classroom coaching in metro cities. 


How to use the latest technologies for online IAS preparation? 

Make the best out of your mobile phone, laptop and internet connection for IAS preparation online. Let us start with the importance of using internet and web to the greatest benefit at first. 


Tip 1: Use Government websites religiously 

As a lot of information required to clear UPSC exams comes from reports and data from various government ministries, all candidates are strongly advised to be active users of the internet. Books might not be updated as often as websites, and hence they may not be a reliable source always. Also, books may not contain authentic information as in government websites like PIB about economic data, government schemes, international relations etc. 


Tip 2: Subscribe Believers IAS Academy Updates 

Yes. Self-promotion, but subscribe to Believers IAS updates (via email, push-notifications etc). You will get free online study materials and strategies to Believers IAS exam for free. We have one of the top IAS online coaching materials. Also, make sure that you follow our Facebook and Instagram pages where we share important information we collect across the network from various websites. 


Tip 3: Buy a laptop or tablet 

  • If you can afford, get yourself a laptop, tablet or smartphone. It would be worth the money spent. This is a necessary gadget for online UPSC coaching. If you don’t have one, please try to visit a nearby internet cafe and browse important resources mentioned on this website.  
  • With the release of Believers IAS Prelims Online Mock Test Series, preparing online has many advantages as well. You will get instant results, performance analysis, all-India ranks etc. 
  • If you are planning to buy a new lap or tab, a few tips: If you have the habit of reading, writing or blogging on bigger screens, you may opt for a laptop. Go for a tablet if you prefer a comfortable traditional book-reading-feel. 
  • Also, you may get an internet connection with high-speed broadband or 3G/4G data-connection. For a UPSC aspirant, there is not much time to waste on the low-speed internet. 


Tip 4: Buy books. That too online! 

Age of libraries is almost over. Now with online shopping websites like Flipkart and Amazon, you may buy books online. You often get books at almost half the MRP. Besides they will ship books at the doorstep. 


Tip 5: Use Social Media! 

  • Perhaps the strangest tip in the list. But we are not kidding. Social media can be a supplementary in making online IAS coaching the best. 
  • You may not need to say goodbye to Facebook once you opt for IAS preparation. Facebook and other social media like Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, Telegram, or YouTube can be used in helping UPSC preparation if you have a good idea about what to subscribe.  
  • Subscribe to good pages or channels like The Hindu, PIB, The Wire etc. and you will get all of their updates on your Facebook feed when you log in. But make sure you don’t oversubscribe pages and that your attention is not diverted to your Facebook friends’ status updates and chats. 


Tip 6: Use mobile apps 

There are many good android apps that can assist in online IAS coaching which can be checked when you are not in a place to read a textbook, such as at a bus stop or metro station. Also, apps like One Note will help you access your notes anywhere anytime for revisions.  


Tip 7: Use Google Maps 

Google Maps can be of great help to study geography. Explore and visit places guilt-free during this lockdown period. You could browse online for maps, take print-outs and stick on your wall. Everyday encounter with maps will strengthen your Geography and Geopolitics.  


Tip 8: Use a voice recorder 

Use the voice recorder in your mobile and record good classes. For instance, if you get to attend any IAS coaching centers in Bangalore, or record while you study by reading out important points. You may hear your recordings when you travel or get free time. Like that you will have the best revision materials. 


Tip 9: Write or Blog 

Writing helps a lot. If you are comfortable writing in pen and paper, do it. If you are good at typing fast, start a blog to polish your language skills. Alternatively, you may send your articles written in word format to Believers IAS as a guest contributor. Isn’t that cool? If not for the best IAS academies in Bangalore, try writing for the budding ones. Or you could start your own free online UPSC classes.  


Tip 10: High-end gadgets can’t make you clear IAS, but your effort can 

Don’t misunderstand that you need latest, high-end devices to receive the best online coaching for IAS in this tech-decade. You don’t. As we said before, UPSC is trying their best to make this exam as inclusive as possible. Maximum effort will be taken to make sure that there will not be any undue advantage to urban candidates. An internet connection from a broadband cafe is also very much fine for online UPSC coaching. But as we mentioned in the beginning, make sure you look government reports and other recommended resources. 



UPSC Civil Services Exam – Positive Changes! 

  • The Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have revolutionized every field, and it didn’t leave out IAS exam preparation arena either. The availability of information at a mouse click is a boon for every IAS aspirant. 
  • Books or teachers can never be replaced, but there are online alternatives for many candidates as access to content is getting wider every day.  
  • As internet penetration increased in our rural districts, many promising candidates started to appear in UPSC Civil Services Exam with better orientation and preparation. This inclusiveness is essential for the future of a better India. We are content to be a part of this.  



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