Punjab Civil Services Coaching in Chandigarh
The Punjab Civil Services exam i.e. PCS exam is a combined competitive exam held by Punjab Public Service Commission for the purpose of recruiting workforce for Government posts like PCS Executive, Deputy Superintendent, Excise and Taxation officer, etc.
With more than 10 years of experience in PCS Coaching in Chandigarh, O2 IAS Academy has been able to write countless success stories for not only the youth of Punjab but also for the State administration itself. Our classroom program is meticulously designed according to changing patterns of the PCS Exam these days.
Our Faculty members are highly experienced in mentoring and Guiding PCS aspirants. The Smart classrooms and interactive learning systems work like ‘icing on the cake’ throughout the Preparation. We have a distinction of providing 2nd, 3rd and 7th rank from our PCS Coaching program in Chandigarh and having secured four of our students in top ten ranks consecutively.
Why to choose O2 IAS Academy for PCS Prepration
We are catering to the specific demands of PCS Preparation. Also, our course is meticulously made to give our students a distinctive edge in the exam. We cover all stages of the exam with a stage-specific strategy. Collectively all the above-mentioned characteristics made O2 IAS Academy best Among other PCS Coaching Institutes in Chandigarh. So if being a PCS officer is your dream, O2 IAS Academy, Chandigarh is the destination for your Preparation for PCS.
What positions I can Hold by clearing PCS Exam?
The Punjab Civil Services acronym The PCS Exam is aimed at recruiting prospective candidates who are entrusted with the following responsibilities:
- Provincial services and positions connected with the affairs of the province
- Positions in or under a corporation or other Government organizations under any law or as otherwise prescribed.
- Render advisory services to the Government on matters relating to the terms and conditions of services to the members of the Provincial Services or those that hold key positions relating to the affairs of the Province. Held every year by PPSC (Punjab Public Service Commission), a government organization entrusted with the responsibility of employing and managing the civil services.
Positions/Jobs Under PCSSome of the key government positions that PPS recruits are those of Tehsildar, Deputy Superintendent of Police, etc. The extremely challenging PCS exam is a getaway for the elite positions in the government sector.Some of the key positions are listed as under:
- 1. Child Development Project Officer
- 2. Inspectors Audit, Cooperative Societies
- 3. Audit Officer, Cooperative Societies
Course Structure Of Punjab Civil Services Exam
|Time To Be Given||Subject||Faculty|
|36 Hrs||History of India and World||Mr. K. S Sandhu|
|36 Hrs||Indian Polity||Mr. K. S Sandhu|
|36 Hrs||Geography||Mr. KuldeepSingh Topwal|
|80 Hrs||Miss Amanjot Kaur|
|45 Hrs||Mr. Santokh Singh Brar|
|45 Hrs||Mr. Santokh Singh Brar|
|30 Hrs||Current affairs||Amanjot Kaur|
|50 Hrs||CSAT||Mr. Harpreet Singh Randhawa|
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