UPSC(Union Public Service Commission)

The Indian Administrative Service, often abbreviated to IAS, is the administrative arm of the All India Services. IAS is one of the three arms of the All India Services along with the Indian Police Service and the Indian Forest Service. It is one of the prestigious services among the 24 services to which the UPSC conducts Civil Services Examination (CSE)

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Preparing three steps for Civil Services Examination 2020

We focus most on two things - firm determination for hard work, and accurate and scientific preparation of the Mains Exam. The Main examination is the core of the entire Civil Services Examination Plan.

Apart from aptitude development. we give priority to Developing an understanding of syllabus and focusing on its utility during the preparation of IAS

The Classroom Tests and All India Test Series of Prielms and Mains have been developed according to the high competitive level of UPSC

Samudra IAS Institute claims to develop the most credible and competitive test program in conformity with the demands of the IAS Examination

Our priority is to develop the necessary aptitude for an officer during preparation, such as Problem analysis, multiple thinking, Associate to Knowledge, Alternative Solutions and Precise Decision etc.

The scientific preparation of the Main Exam is most important for preparing all these necessary aptitude. Both Preliminary exam and Interview are prepared from the scientific preparation of the Main Examination.


How to crack the 'Core' or IAS Mains Examination?

Lectures by Dr. Zeenat Khan And S. Riyaj Ahemad IAS CSE 2018


  • P. A. Nanda (UPSC 2014)
    During my preparation, CLS method has proved to be very helpful in developing scientific answers to the Mains Examination Questions, with directly affecting the problem solving approach and problem analysis capability. Capability to generate Keywords is panacea.
  • Prabhat Kumar (UPSC 2015)
    I have realized the ability to get the results within one year by CLS method, which generally obtained in 2 to 3 years in the preparation of the IAS examination.
  • K. Arun (UPSC 2016)
    The CLS method and ‘Mains Answers Keys’ (MAK) focus directly on the preparation of the core of the IAS examination, and for this reason I could not get away from my dream goal and remained confident throughout the preparations.