The test series covers the complete syllabus of Anthropology optional. The test includes 12 tests, 9 sectional and 3 full-length papers.
include Durishetty Anudeep (AIR 1), Prudhvi Tej Immadi (AIR 24), Seelam Sai Teja ( AIR 43)
Venkata Mohan sir has 10 plus years of experience teaching Sociology and Anthropology for UPSC CSE exam. He has authored several books such as Sociological Thought: In the Light of J. Krishnamurti’s philosophy, and Anthropological Thought
The test series includes evaluation and discussions on every test paper
I took coaching from Venkata Mohan sir in Modern World, International Affairs, Ethics, General Essay and Interview. His approach is very different from the traditional way. Others teaches to you one correct answer but he teaches you to have your own answer and its helps you to think out of the box. He also teaches to interlink the topics and do not need to read much.
His classes are interactive and he always enjoys dissenting views, which boosts confidence of a student as well as your own opinions. This approach helps in Interview also. Some students are little doubt or not ready to trust because he is unorthodox.
Sir says we can steer the interview. It is very difficult to believe it. But I believed it and followed his approach and it’s also help me to secure a good position in Interview. Sir helps to every student to explore their self, that’s makes him a best teacher”
Rakesh Reddy (AIR 219, 2014)
For ethics paper, I attend sir’s class and make notes. He helped me a lot to approach this paper. Every time in class he questions many of our assumptions about a topic and offers various alternative ways for understanding. It helps us to think our own way at the same time see the questions in a larger perspective. Sometimes presents such alternatives may be shattering to you but they enable you to think of different dimensions.
For interview, he taught to us one mantra, treat every question as a precious opportunity to reveal yourself. It is very true and help me to gain good marks in Interview.
As children, we had curiosity and the sceptical attitude towards everything. But as we grew up, we lost them. Sir rekindled these things in me and this process making me a better person.