Students who take classes in the RIAS Academy provide
their testimonials which include lots of love and attachment
they have with us long time even after they complete their
courses. Some of those testimonials are.........
greetings and my sincere regards to you. Trust all is
excellent as always with you. Last week one of my friends
from TISS Mumbai( where I have completed my Masters) contacted
me for your reference. It then dawned on me that it is
my duty to update one of my remarkable teachers about
my current state of affairs.
Sir, you'll be pleased to know that I am working in the
Supreme Court Commissioners Office with Dr. NC Saxena
and Shri Harsh Mander. I am Research Officer here working
on reports for Supreme Court and agenda for the state
meeting (with the Chief Secretaries) on the compliance
of the court orders on the Centrally Governed schemes.
I joined office after my study in TISS.
I remember that I had sent you a text message after my
second unsuccessful attempt in civil services. Self motivated
to persist in administration, I opted to take a break
for further studies before I revert to the preparation.
have five years and two attempts left. I take out some
time reading newspaper/books/journals- just to keep up
the momentum. Working full time in Commissioners office,
I cannot join classes but is hopeful of having a way out.
I intend to give my third attempt in 2013.
I have always suggested your name for Sociology to all
my friends and colleagues and wish that you bless me to
be able to work even harder and with consistency!
If you deem it appropriate, I can come to meet you on
any of the Sunday(s)- as rest of the days I have to be
Office of the Commissioners to the Supreme Court
was your student at RIAS Rajendra Nagar, june-sept 2009
batch. How have you been? Hope all well with you. I have
been wanting to meet you but unfortunately did not get
didnt take the civil services exam last time because I
was too disheartened as I didnt get any service in the
list of 2009-10. However this year they have taken out
a 2nd merit list in which I have been selected. I have
been allotted the Indian Postal Service and will be joining
the postal staff college at Ghaziabad on 26th of December.
this achievement wouldn't have been possible without your
constant support and motivation. I have been told by several
senior bureaucrats that the Indian Postal Service is an
excellent service and offers great career opportunity.
Still I plan to take another shot at the exam next year.
Need your blessings for that :)
you Sir ! :)
was wondering for the right guidance on my way towards
IAS preparation but I was not knowing my core competency.
Then I met Dr. Ramaswamy who not only guided me in choosing
my core competent areas but also helped me to boost up
my morals for the right and self disciplined study of
the exams. In civil services I really believe that we
have lot of things to do but the right approach is to
complete them one by one and in the way to revise the
previous ones. Reading lot of books not make sense but
I think reading good books for many time i.e revising
really makes sense.........Ranjit Singh(June 2009 Batch).
I am from Madhubani in Bihar, I was not able to locate
the right institute in Delhi from that distant place.
This website will be really a good and helpful effort
to find the real pool of nectar for my kind of students
who prepare for such a respectable job....They are really
good and I recommend you to take classes from Dr. Ramaswamy
who is really a dedicated person.....Shashank(June 2009
am from jalandar , punjab. I had coaching from RIAS and
found it very good in defining my boundaries for the preparation
of the exams.....Shalini(June 2009).
I am from Faridabad and preparing for prelims 2010 and
RIAS has helped me lot in developing the feeling of nationalism.
The best moment was when National channel came to RIAS
for the coverage of Class room Session. we were given
opportunities for the interaction and we found it very
useful to speak in front of media.......Abhishek (June
provide us with your feedback so that RIAS can grow more
rational in the approach and can provide successful paths
to as many students as it can.