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The Vijayawada city  in sun-rise Andhra Pradesh is of late emerging as a nucleus for much coveted civil service coaching drawing a large number of aspirants not only from North, south and coastal Andhra but also from neighbouring Telangana State. Takshasila IAS Academy, which had been established four years ago near Benz Circle on the arterial Bundar Road has become a Vijayawada’s coaching czar. The plight of the Telugu students who had to go to far off places like Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad to get quality coaching spending huge amounts of money on boarding and lodging besides alien environment moved young, energetic and dynamic engineering postgraduate Dr BSN DurgaPrasad  Sir to set up a quality and affordable coaching centre in the commercial city that is humming with new capital construction works.

IPS officer Kumar Chinta says that he would not have made it to civil services had Takshasila IAS Academy not given him the coaching.  The faculty of the academy, unlike other coaching institutes, devise their own questions, hundreds and hundreds of them.They get you to understand concepts,  and they make you mentally tough. Dr Durga Prasad says that the academy had taken enough care to create an environment in which aspirants learn without any stress and strain.

The Takshasila IAS Academy has created a record of sorts and quite a bit of sensation in Andhra Pradesh when its several aspirants cracked the prestigious exam benefiting from the academy’s excellent infrastructure and expertise faculty consisting of retired bureaucrats, serving civil servants, top notch academic professionals and eminent journalists.

Recognizing the academy’s extraordinary performance , the Andhra Pradesh Government shortlisted only Takshasila IAS Academy in the State to impart coaching to civil service aspirants under the much needed NTR Vidyonnathi Scheme. Indeed it is a rare honour for a nascent institute like Takshasila IAS Academy.

After hearing the resounding success of the academy, many aspirants from neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Odisha began trickling into the city to join the academy. ManasaDaggula, who came from nondescript Markapur in Prakasam district, knows the difficulties she faces in achieving her dream career. But she exudes enough confidence that she will crack the toughest exam with the help of Academy’s faculty and hardwork.

“You mould students here and students, in turn, mould you. It is a very flexible system where the bonding between the management and students is very strong,”  sums up the academy managing director Dr Durga Prasad Sir.