Chalk and talk

For us the student teacher interface is of prime importance and as such our faculty wants to be seen beyond just conventional teachers and more as mentors for our students. Mentors apply the age old chalk and talk method as it involves more clarity in teaching and opens an avenue for more participation and discussion between the mentors and students.

Breakdown approach

Civil and judicial services coaching involves a wide variety of complex concepts which have to be understood from the perspective of building upon such concepts and as such our faculty believes in breaking down such concepts into easy comprehensible matter with real time examples , so that the students get a clearer picture of the concepts and are able to relate to it with the help of examples.

Unity in learning

It is a known fact that students of diverse educational backgrounds come forward for giving the civil services exam and as such diversity adds to the benefit of the student as they can learn from each others particular field of study and as such our faculty member do recognize and endorse discussion among students so that such diversity indeed becomes unity in learning.