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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF IAS ASPIRANTS

Imbued with the spirit of bridging the oceanic gap between the constantly escalating standard of Civil Services Examination and obsolete pattern of conventional teaching, Mr.Sajjan Singh has established the “Indian Institute of IAS Aspirants” (IIIASA) situated at A-6 UDB landmark, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Under the spiritual blessings of SHREE BALAJI MAHARAJ who is the honorary director of the IIIASA,the institution aims at imparting value-based and quality teaching to the IAS aspirants.



 

‘A life not exposed to petrifying challenges is not worth living’ ……………

the unconditional and ‘all pervasive’ relevance of ‘Darwinian principle’ in an increasingly competitive world does not leave much room for half -baked effort towards anything worth accomplishing. The preparation for ‘Civil Services Examination’ too is not an exception. The significance of civil services in the context of any civilized society can hardly be over emphasized. A competent and well trained institution of civil services characterized by high level of objectivity and dynamism provides a ‘conducive’ environment for the growth and development of entire society. That is why it has always been a constant concomitant of all political systems of one and other kind irrespective of the changing context of time and space. The last few decades have witnessed a sort of ‘paradigmatic shift’ in the course of evolution of mankind, spearheaded ‘inter alia’by an over arching influence of IT revolution and the forces of globalization. Today, we are living in a mutually influencing construct of values and principles which has drastically altered the environmental setting of civil services. The increasing problems and aspirations of modern industrial society, conflicts of interest groups, environmental degradation, adjudication of disputes, demand for greater objectivity and sensitivity etc have streamlined the significance of reforms in the institution of civil services. Our basic objective is to bring overall structural and behavioral profile of civil services in sync with the realities of 21st century. Therefore, as a part of initiatives in this direction, the UPSC has recently brought significant changes in the nature and content of examination. The focus is on encouraging study pertaining to environmental dynamism based on the understanding of fundamental peculiarities of Indian polity, culture, society and economy. More particularly, the expanded ‘spectrum’ of ‘General studies’ also includes subject matters like administrative integrity, ethics and aptitude ( a full paper) to test the candidates decision making or problem solving ability in simulated administrative situations. Further there has been a much desirable emphasis on the subject matters and issues of contemporary relevance for administration viz. social –economic justice, empowerment, e-governance, public accountability, public participation in decision making, developmental challenges, inclusive development, inclusive governance, biodiversity, environment, security, disaster management, infrastructure, projects and programmes, role of media, civil society, rural urban disparity, India’s strategic interests and concerns at global level and many more..

 

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Subject: Transgenders           12 Sept  2014

The Supreme Court's landmark judgment, delivered few months before, granting legal recognition to the 'transgenders' as the third gender, would fail to accomplish the intended objectives of bringing in the mainstream of our day to day life, a large chunk of people ( who with explicit averment of their sexual status .......

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