The flexibility of time helps the students to prepare for the exam comfortably. The systematic instructional material, instructional design and self instructional material help the independent learners in a significant way. The strategy, stages and steps in effective lesson writing are really helping the students to develop themselves. It is also very economical, which can be afforded by all sections of the people.
Being an `industrialized’ form of education, it has reduced human contacts which occur only in the feedback stage of the process. However this is taken care of by means of periodic assignments for submission. The classroom curriculum further makes the easy adaptation of the subject possible. As per the requirement of the syllabus, the class room training is inclusive of detailed coverage of both the papers.
In a nutshell, the merits of correspondence may be listed as below:
- Student is more active and self directed in learning environment
- Well planned instructional design and self-instructional material
- Easy schedule
- Students can engage courses at home
- Economical and affordable for every one
- Can pursue a job along with education
The institute in its commitment of extending support to the aspirants has initiated correspondence guidelines. This scheme has been launched for the aspirants who reside outside Delhi and due to any of the hindrances are not able to enroll for the regular classes. The course material prepared has been totally on the basis of the approach of civil service examination pattern, aiming the point target. It provides one stop perpetual solution to the synchronic approach of extensive content of geography. Moreover, fed with maps, diagrams and flow charts, these study material certainly facilitates easy glide through the examination.
Even though geography is considered as practical optional which requires actual presence in the class, the correspondence material cited from authentic text and contemporary articles avails the benefits equivalent to studying in the institute.
The notes are sent within a week of receiving the filled prescribed application form and receipt of payment. The notes are dispatched in two distinct sets, with approach paper, question paper analysis and contemporary article.
The sole aspect of the correspondence notes is the model answers and maps practice modules, the approach knowledge of which certainly makes the difference. The scheme has been launched for the aspirants who reside outside Delhi and due to any of the hindrances, are not able to enroll for the regular classes. The contemporary information culled from various authentic sources generally provides sound footage of your performance.
AIR 112(2018) Brijesh – I was the student of correspondence programme and Test Series of Neetu Singh madam.I cleared the exam in my first attempt. Only refer geography ias notes
AIR 262 (2018) Gaurav Gunjan – I have all my credit to Neetu Singh madam & Direction IAS
AIR 72(2016) Abhishek -I improved my score in Geography by following Neetu Singh madam correspondence programme and test series.My score improved from 214 (2014) to 295 (2016).
AIR 65 (2104) Raju Mishra my strategy for geography optional, Direction IAS only