Now there lies a secret that tells us WHY one needs a guiding figure to force us into working. it’s essentially because, we as a human tend to procrastinate most of our important work. The behavioral science behind this pattern of pushing work to our future self, reveals our inability to move out from our comfort zone. We human would only do how much is extremely necessary for our comfortable survival, preferably even lesser. It’s astounding to see how we compromise on various things for some extra minutes on the bed–to rest.
The number of time you have postponed your breakfast, or something extremely important – say ‘going to the look’, just because you wanted to spend some extra minutes on your comfortable bed, is humorously amusing. And, we don’t get any farther when it comes to learning, let alone your UPSC preparation. We skip our routine, time and time again until the guilt hits us.
It takes a huge amount of external force, at times internal force, which in layman term is our will, to get out of our mental block. You become poor and confused, amazed in terms of our disorderly strategies and perplexing behavior. Acknowledging that the majority of us are not self-disciplined, that we would go out of the tracks no matter how refined our timetables and routines are; that we are vulnerable to get lost in our journey.
Now, here comes the role of IAS Coaching Institutes, our guiding idols, which considerably crunches down the distance between your dreams (to become an IAS) and the reality (your current level of preparation).
But why do we need IAS Coaching Institutes?
There is seemingly a huge industry of coaching and training institutes, which are making a stash of money out of the student body.
Now give it a pause, one side, where they are profiting out of their business structure, they are also able to help the needful candidates. And we, as an out user, should not hate them for the first reason, but on the contrary, recurrently test their waters in terms if they’re being helpful to the majorities.
It takes a lot for a brand to keep making enough money to sustain their business, and keep doing what matters to stay relevant for their audience. When we talk about these coaching institutes; Vajiram and Ravi, Vision IAS, Chanakya IAS Academy, etc., we often imagine a business-head, printing money out of poor students and filling their pockets; which in a way, technically, stands true for all businesses, in and out of education industry. Any brand with a marginally good business structure can make a profit, and markedly, that doesn’t make them an evil. But perversely, what matters as a user, is if, at the end of the day, the value provided by them is enough for what they charge.
Here are a few reasons why we need Coaching Institutes?
Most of the Students lack Sincerity
No matter on which criterion we agree or not, the fact that formal coaching institutes do give result is undeniable. I agree that they charge a lot, and in certain subjects, their quality of education is debatable to the amount spent, but they do help the confused crowd of candidates and force them on the right track. However, at the end, it depends more or less on the candidates to show results. An IAS coaching institute can only give you an environment and sufficient facilities to carry your studies, uninterruptedly, but whether will you succeed or not, contrarily to what they apparently promise, totally depends on your hard work.
Schools and University education isn’t enough
Coaching institutes are a necessity if you want to crack UPSC. As an unaware candidate; it’s impossibly hard to figure out the structure of the UPSC, let alone the intricate corners of the exam, unless, of course, someone explains it to us, makes us live it–first hand. Mains Test Series of Chanakya IAS Academy is a prime example of how these institutes prepare you for your final battle.
It may not be necessary to join them as their enrolled student, but their free strategies, tips, their guidance programs, free seminars, blogs, social media pages and everything they shower for free, is enough for cherishing their existence.
Provides the Real Picture of the Competition
Before appearing for any competitive exam, a candidate is only aware of the school level competition. It’s necessary for a student to experience a national level competition, before they appear for UPSC, for, they are competing with another 15-lakh aspirant and the best minds of the country.
Adapting the Changes of UPSC Pattern
IAS Coaching Institutes provide students with updated study material and practical strategies, which are pertinent to clear the exam. They regularly revise the content in accord to the changing pattern of UPSC, which makes it comprehensive. This eliminates any chance of having insufficient or incorrect information on what to prepare and what to not. This equips students to successfully adapt to changes.
Coaching Institutes are Brutal
IAS Coaching Institutes are result orientated and aren’t for everyone on the race. For, not everyone can afford to handle the pressure of daily routine and the stubbornness of coaching institutes. Institutes are strict and push candidates towards improvements, which, believe it or not, is really hard to achieve in your daily routine.
The reason these IAS Coaching Institutes are packed with students is their sheer necessity in our confused society. We might perceive them as taking an advantage of vulnerable students from 3rd tier cities, but that’s a completely false statement. Everywhere, everyone needs a mentor to transcend to the next level in their life, be it any kind of shift. And, more than vulnerability, it’s because we are humans, and most of us need that little push to succeed in our lives; and sometimes it comes in a form of a coaching institute.