Before knowing the purpose of setting up EG classes, we have to know the problems that many students face in course of their preparation. Many students don’t have a strong financial background. Once they take admission to an institute, they are forced to stick with it whether they like it or not. Many people who have invested in the education sector do not understand the importance of education; they have created propaganda -with the excess capital at their disposal. Students discover institutes that have good teachers at a later stage of preparation.
Institutes tend to put more money into marketing gimmicks and publicity rather than quality teachers. Consequently, inexperienced & low qualities of teachers are found in most of the institutes. The course material is largely irrelevant and obsolete. This wastes the precious time of a serious aspirant. Anything is printed in the name of printed material. This material is nothing but a pile of garbage, even after studying it; the candidates are not equipped to face the exam. Those materials are less on quality content and more focused on packaging.
EG classes have a pool of qualified and experienced teachers. And unlike other institutes, we have a small student-teacher ratio where students interact with teachers and can ask questions without hesitation. We believe that Teacher-Student communication cannot be substituted with student- senior student communication.
Our course is meticulously designed to suit the needs of the aspirants preparing for Civil Services Exam. A large part of the exam is dynamic in nature that requires regular updates; we make sure that our content (both class notes and printed notes) has those updates on each and every subject. Also, Civil Services Exam tests an aspirant on his/her proficiency mostly in Humanities; the majority of syllabus is of Humanities like Sociology, History, and Political Science, etc. There is an inherent concomitant relation between these subjects. Our founder Manish Singh sir has pioneered a unique pedagogy ‘Boomerang’ where he explains the essential relation between them & how evolutions of these subjects have affected each other. Once an aspirant understands this, it becomes easy to relate to the entire General Studies syllabus. All aspirants are academically engaged on our social media accounts where regular YouTube videos, content on our Telegram channel, and the Facebook account keeps them updated with what’s important for their exam on a daily basis.