Why RICE IAS is the Best?

  • Expert faculties
    from Delhi
  • 24*7 Intensive
    Residential Boot Camp
    For Final Preparation
  • Strategically Designed
    Course Structure
  • Proven Track Record
  • Regular Assessment &
    Library Reading Room
  • Doubt Clearing
  • One-To-One Personal
  • Comprehensive Study
  • Performance Analysis
    & Feedback
  • Weekend Classes For
    College-Goers &


Our Teaching Methodology

Overall Guidance

Exam Landscape
Exam Counselling
Motivational Class


Class Test
Mock Test
Monthly Exam
Surprise Test


Mock Tests-Online & Offline
Practice Set


Experienced Faculty Team
Researched Study Material
Scheduled Classes
Doubt Clearing Classes
Library & Interview Guidance

Exam Support

Special Class
Special Study Material
Exam Specific Mock Tests
Mock Interview
Residential Boot camp for the
Final Leg of Preparation

About Our Course

Our regular course for the preparation of IAS Examination is 14 months and Weekend course is of 36 months. Even after the completion of course, the students have the facility to approach the faculty whenever they want. They can also appear for the mock tests and will get all time access to library. Weekday Classes - 14 Months
Weekend Classes - 30 Months
General Studies
Subject Number of Classes Number of Hours
Economy 50 100
Internal Security 20 40
Current Affairs 30 60
History and Art & Culture 83 166
Science and Technology 25 50
Polity, Governance and International Relations 100 200
Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude 40 80
Indian Society and Social Justice 19 38
Geography, Environment and Disaster Management 70 140
Essay 28 56
Subject Number of Classes Number of Hours
Numerical Abilities 23 46
Reasoning and GI 17 34
Reading Comprehension 15 30
Subjects Number of Classes Number of Hours Number of Tests
Political Science and International Relations 125 250 4 Sectional + 2 Full Length
Geography 132 264 4 Sectional + 2 Full Length
History 109 218 4 Sectional + 2 Full Length
Sociology 115 230 4 Sectional + 2 Full Length

Our Faculty

Abhishek Gautam Indian Economy
Amit Akshay Political Science &
International Relations
Jyoti Upadhyay History and Art & Culture
Manish Kumar Geography, Environment and Disaster Management
Megha Agrawalla Sociology, Indian society and Social Justice

Faculties from Destination IAS Academy Delhi

Kailash Mishra Director,
Destination IAS Academy
Manmohan Singh DRDO Scientist
Dharmendra Gaur Ethics, Integrity, & Aptitude
Manav Dhankad History
Vijendra Singh Indian Economy



Ideally, the time required to prepare for UPSC exams is 10 to 12 months. There have also been a number of candidates who have cleared the examination in 6 months.
There is no such thing as the appropriate moment to prepare; rather, the question should be when the best time to begin planning is. Some candidates begin studying for the Civil Services straight after high school, while others begin only one year before the examination. However, the best time to start preparing for the IAS Examination is in the final few years of your bachelor's degree.
Coaching should be viewed as a guiding companion who assists you in reaching your goals faster. Given the extensive nature of this exam's syllabus, it is unquestionably advantageous to join an IAS Coaching.
Many aspirants make attempt after attempt but fail to analyse and realise their mistakes. The purpose of a test series is to make one aware of their mistakes before the actual examination. Remember that the person who bleeds the most during practise is the one who bleeds the least during conflict. RICE IAS is the only IAS coaching institute in India that offers free prelims and mains test series to its students. Our students receive free interview preparation as well.
Currently, RICE IAS offers guidance for four Optional subjects -
  • History
  • PSIR
  • Geography 
  • Sociology

IAS - A Cherished Career

Prof.(Dr.) Samit Ray, Chairman of Rice Group and Chancellor of Adamas University
Mr. Kailesh Mishra, Director Destination IAS Academy

The Tie-up – It's Backdrop

Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and other prestigious Central Govt Services, the recruitment to which is done through UPSC Civil Service Examination every year, are the most coveted jobs in the country. These services offer the best scope to the youth of India to serve the poorest of the poor and ordinary citizens of the country while playing, at the same time, an effective role to take the country forward on the path to progress and development.

RICE Education trains the IAS aspirants in a way that leads to holistic development of the candidates while toughening them up to face the rigours in their actual arenas of work. The methodology of teaching in RICE Education is such that things are made easy for the students. Emphasis is laid not on rote learning but on quick assimilation of facts by applying novel methods. The idea is to make the students think and comprehend every single aspect of the vast syllabus of the examination so that they can write cogently when they actually face the test. While in any kindred institute the Civil Services Examination is projected as a difficult barrier to surmount, the scientific approach adopted in the teaching-learning process in RICE education makes it an effortless sailing for the young aspirants that throng for admission in RICE Education.

Destination IAS Academy, Delhi has been training the next-gen IAS officers for about 23 years now. One of the most reputed IAS institutes of the capital, located in Mukherji Nagar, Destination IAS have on their roll senior and retired officers of the government besides having youthful but experienced faculty who are mavens in their own fields. They chart their course of training students in an innovative way, backed up by research and strategy formulations. Their success figures are mindboggling – more than 500 candidates have been selected for government jobs so far, capped by top rank holders featuring in IAS proper every year.

About UPSC Civil Services

IAS, IPS and other Central Services that come under the UPSC Civil Services examination are the most coveted services of India.

More than ten lakhs of students every year vie for just 800 – 900 jobs under different services.
Only the first 200 rank holders or so can hope to get into the cream of the services – Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service and Indian Foreign Service.

The career of an IAS or IPS officer is most challenging. They are the pivots around which the administration of the country revolves. They hold important positions all through starting their career as Sub-Divisional Officer to gradually move up to Additional District Magistrate, District Magistrate, Joint Secretary, Special Secretary, Secretary, Principal Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary and finally to the highest administrative post in a state which is Chief Secretary.
A certain section of them are brought to various ministries of Govt of India as Joint Secretary where at the fag end of their career they hold such important portfolios as Home Secretary, Defense Secretary, Finance Secretary, Foreign Secretary and so on.

In such positions they look after the affairs of the entire nation ensuring, at the same time, the safety and security of the nation. The highest administrative post at the Govt of India level is Cabinet Secretary.

The preparation of IAS is long, hard and tenuous. The students have to fully devote to studies for at least 2 years to come out with flying colors in the Civil Services Examination. One has to keep oneself abreast of what is happening around – the world in general and the country in particular. Apart from studies, the student must develop good writing ability and be able to organize their thoughts while answering a question so that they can convince the examiner that they have written only a precise, to the point and within the given word limit answer to secure good marks.

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Abhishek Gautam


Abhishek Gautam Sir did his B.Tech (Mech Engg), Master of In…

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Rice Faculty – Amit Akshay

Political Science & International Relations

Amit Akshay Sir did his Masters In International Business fr…

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Jyoti Upadhyay


Jyoti Upadhyay Ma’am did her Graduation & M.A in History f…

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Expert Speak

Kailash Mishra – Director of Destination IAS academy

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Jaiprakash Mishra member of academic board, RICE IAS

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Contact Details

Name : Baishali Chowdhury

Contact Numbers : 81008 19447 / 83369 51816

Email : Baishali.chowdhury@riceindia.org

Name : Sourav Mukherjee

Contact Number : 8100971442

Email : sourav1.mukherjee@riceindia.org