Our History

2000 -

Started to teach ias classes to the students at Periyar Thidal by Ganesa Subramanian

2001 -

Ganesh IAS Academy was started with 5 Students at White’s House, Chennai. FIRST RESULT – Mr. Siva Kumar cleared in Prelims

2002 -

Logo was introduced. First of its kind in South India: Private IAS Academy’s Exam Awareness Programme was held at Chennai

2003 -

First of its kind in India: Segregated Topic-wise Previous Year Question Papers

2005 -

Shifted to New Premises at Mu Vaa arcade. Our Director Mr. Ganesa Subramanian started to write article to newspaper and magazines

2007 -

First of its kind in India: Formation of Current Affairs Team. Started to integrate Current Affairs in Academics. • First of its kind in South India: First Private Mock Interview board was setup at Annangar. Mr. Shivpal & Mr. PC Ray was invited as member of these boards. Classes for TNPSC was started

2008 -

Mains Answer Sheets with UPSC specifications was printed. Multiple Batches and Time Table was introduced. Organisation Hierarchy was created.

2010 -

First of its kind in India: UPSC Prelims Model Exam was held. First of its kind in India: UPSC Prelims Question Paper Discussion was held after UPSC Prelims.

2011 -

On the mark of 10th anniversary, New Branch at Chrompet was opened. UPSC prelims Model Exam at Jessi Mosses School. All Indian Rank 3 – Mr. Varun Kumar. Lecture Series was introduced. RTI filed to know the CSAT Pattern. Kavin Mukhil Publication was started. Number of North India Students was high. Governor Jha gave a lecture at Annanagar.

2012 -

Quality Control Team headed by Mr. Jayapal IRS was established. New Branch at Thanjavur was opened. Go Digital was initiated even before Government of India. Online Application, Online Payment, Management Information System was introduced.

2013 -

TNPSC Material was developed. First of its kind: Faculties from Delhi started to handle classes. Weekday Batches at Chrompet branch was introduced. First of its kind in South India: Opened Branch outside Tamil Nadu. Premier IAS Academy at Hyderabad. First of its kind in India: UPSC mains Question Paper Key & Explanation. Course Plan was developed.

2014 -

Group IV Model Exam at Thanjavur. TNPSC Current Affairs Magazine was published. Daily Current Affairs in TNPSC as a Pilot Project was introduced at Chrompet. TNPSC Tamil material was developed. Group I Main Class was started. Prelims Question Paper with Explanation was given to the students. First of its kind in India: UPSC mains Question Paper discussion. UPSC Material was developed. As a visiting faculty to Mumbai.

2015 -

Course Plan was introduced. Fee Installment was introduced. TNPSC Question paper was prepared in Tamil Medium. Material was distributed to students in book format. Seminar for TNPSC held at Chrompet and Thanjavur. First of its kind in India: Classes at Guwahati, Assam. Prelims Test Series was given in Customized Packages. Prelims Question Paper discussion was held at Madurai

2016 -

Students-Faculty Participation Programme: Chrompet Branch renovation work was handled by Students along with faculties. Daily Current Affairs Test was given to the students in full-fledged. TV Programme session was introduced. Special Session at PDPU, Ahmadabad. Digital Printed books were given to the students.

2017 -

TNPSC Current Affairs magazine in Tamil was published.

2018 -

Produced 1500th Officer.

2019 -

Successfully completed 25th Lecture. Mr. D.R. Khullar was invited as Chief Guest and he released the book 'NCERT Practice Tests'

Our Standards

We Aimed At

A candidate who is a fresh graduate is likely to face certain problems such as,

We, as a professional educational Institute, specializing in the Civil Services Examinations provide the candidate with well analyzed and suitable guidance to overcome the problems and develop the required skills to shape his career keeping in mind the difficulties a candidate is might face. Keeping the above as the criteria, we have been following and striving to improve our system of guidance in such a way that it would bring out the best in a candidate so that he could complete his Civil Services Examination successfully.