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Civil services, Judiciary, and Legislature are the strong pillars of the biggest democracy of the world, Republic of India. In fact, the Civil Services offer a unique career opportunity combined with constructive challenges and high growth prospects. By getting into the civil services, you will not only be associated with the decision-makers and implementers of policies & programmes but you will also be a crucial contributor as policy maker to the development of the nation as a whole. In fact, it is an opportunity to serve the country.

About Indian IAS

The Institute is founded by Mrs. N.Sujatha Ramesh, B.Sc. (Agri), MBA, who has more than half decade experience as both civil aspirant and teacher in many IAS Coaching Institute in Chennai. She has been teaching in number of educational Institutes, before starting the Academy. Indian IAS Academy was started with the noble cause of training the civil service aspirants in a focused manner and preparing them for facing the Civil Service Examination and also focusing for State Service Commission Examinations. The Indian IAS Academy covers optional subjects like Geography, History, Public administration and General Studies. The faculty members are highly qualified in the subject and are f...

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SINCE 2008

  • All Indian 90th Rank in Second Attempt.
  • TNPSC Group-I Second Rank in First Attempt.
  • TNPSC  Drug Inspector Top Rank in First Attempt.
  • More than 200 Candidates got service in UPSC from Indian IAS Academy.
  • More than 500 Candidates got service in TNPSC from Indian IAS Academy.
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Admission - UPSC

Admissions open for UPSC-2016-2017 Batch Preliminary and mains  Admission in progress.

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Admission - TNPSC

Admissions open For TNPSC Exam,2016-2017 TNPSC Group-I, II. Admission in progress. The entire syllabus will be completed in 6 months.

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Admission - BANK

Admissions opened For Bank 2016-2017 Batch and SSC Exams. Admission in progress you attend the Classes till you clear the exam. The details of the schedule for 3 months will be given at the time of admission.

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JANUARY 19,2017

NATIONAL    NEWS

            The Supreme Court today refused to hear a plea seeking its intervention in the public protest in Marina beach in Chennai, to revoke ban on Jallikattu. A bench, headed by Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, refused to hear the plea filed by lawyer Raja Raman to take suo moto cognizance for ongoing protests at Marina Beach where police is debarring protesters to take food and water with them when protest is peaceful.The Apex Court asked the petitioner to file the appropriate plea in the Madras High Court for relief.

            The Union Cabinet has approved package for augmentation of the Corpus of Credit Guarantee Trust Fund for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) for supporting Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs). With this, the corpus of the Trust has been increased from Rs. 2,500 crore to Rs. 7,500 crore and it will be fully funded by the Union Government.

            The Union Government launched a dedicated web portal ShaGun (http://ssashagun.nic.in) for monitoring the progress of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA). The portal was developed by World Bank in collaboration with Union Ministry of Human Resource Development. Its name has been derived from the words Shala (means schools) and Gun (i.e. Gunvatta meaning Quality).

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

            A United Nations report says Asia's economic outlook for 2017 is strong despite slowing global growth and uncertainty as South and East Asian Economies saw robust growth led by China and India. The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, ESCAP, report released yesterday says World economy grew 2.2 percent in 2016, the slowest pace since the 2008 financial crisis. It says Brexit and Donald Trump's election as the U.S. president added to uncertainty as Trump has railed against existing free-trade agreements and threatened to impose punitive tariffs on some imports.The co-authors of the report however say South Asia is the world's fastest-growing region, with 6.7 percent growth in 2016 projected to reach 6.9 percent in 2017 and 2018. It says despite a slowdown in China, Asia remains a "bright spot.The report said Most economies in East Asia and South Asia, led by China and India, saw robust growth driven by strong expansion of domestic demand. According to report India's economy is projected to expand by 7.7 percent and 7.6 percent in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Since its exports are small relative to the size of its economy, India is largely insulated from global trade volatility.

            Scientists have named three relatively little-known diseases they think could cause the next global health emergency.A coalition of governments and charities has committed 460 million dollars to speed up vaccine development for Mers, Lassa fever and Nipah virus. They are asking funders at the World Economic Forum Davos for another 500 million dollars.
The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Cepi) aims to have two new experimental vaccines ready for each disease within five years. New vaccines usually take about a decade to develop and cost hundreds of millions of dollars.The Ebola outbreak in West Africa, closely followed by the Zika epidemic in Latin America, exposed just how tragically unprepared the world is for new outbreaks.

ECONOMY NEWS

            The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has given its ‘in principle’ approval for listing the five Public Sector General Insurance Companies (2016-17) owned General Insurance Companies in the stock exchanges. They are New India Assurance Company Ltd, United India Insurance Company Ltd, Oriental Insurance Company Ltd, National Insurance Company Ltd and General Insurance Corporation of India. The shareholding of these PSGICs will be divested from 100% to 75% in one or more tranches over a period of time as per Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) rules and regulations.
            According to recently released annual by Jones Lang LaSalle’s City Momentum Index (CMI), Bengaluru (capital of Karnatak) has emerged as the most dynamic city in the world. The index tracks the speed of change of a city’s economy and commercial real estate market. It covers 134 major established and emerging business hubs and ranks them on parameters like technology, connectivity, population, education and real estate investments. 

SCIENCE AND  TECHNOLOGY NEWS

            Israel has claimed that its upgraded ballistic missile shield, Arrow-3 system,has became operational.The Defense Ministry said that the US-funded Arrow 3 system, jointly developed by state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries and US firm Boeing Company was handed over to the Israeli Air Force.The Arrow 3, together with the Arrow 2, which has been operational since 2000, would significantly reduce the possibilities of ballistic missiles hitting Israel, the ministry said. The system has the capability to destroy incoming missiles in outer space. The Arrow 2 is designed to intercept projectiles high and low within the atmosphere while Arrow 3 missiles will fly into space, where their warheads detach to become satellites that track and slam into their targets.

ENVIRONMENT NEWS

            The world witnessed the hottest year on record in 2016, surpassing the exceptionally high temperatures of 2015, the UN weather agency said. The globally average temperature in 2016 was about 1.1 degree Celsius higher than the pre-industrial period, according to a consolidated analysis by the World Meteorological Organization.According to WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas, surging concentrations of carbon dioxide and methane for human induced climate change and record breaking average temperature rise in 2016. He explained worst effects in Arctic and Antarctic having minimum sea ice levels this year and presented disappointing scenario with early and fast melting of Greenland glacier with rising sea levels globally.WMO has linked weather-related events to conclusions by the International Organization for Migration and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, which recently reported 19.2 million new displacements due to weather, water, climate and geophysical hazards in 113 countries in 2015. That number is more than twice the number of people displaced due to human-related conflict and violence.Record ocean heat contributed to widespread coral reef bleaching, including in the Great Barrier Reef, which has seen up to 50 per cent of its coral die in certain parts.

           

                                               

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