Today Delhi Government announces the reopening of coaching classes from 1st September 2021 after a long period of pause of offline classes. It’s a time of great relief for the aspirants waiting to start their UPSC/ IAS exam preparation after graduation and class 12. It is a major relief to the aspirants and parents as the nature of the UPSC exam is quite descriptive so it was not so comfortable to prepare in online mode.

It is a time to celebrate normalcy and at the same time, it is very important to be careful too. We the team EDEN IAS are all set to restart our offline classroom courses in careful ways and by following the covid appropriate behavior.

Are you ready for the Offline UPSC Classes in Delhi?


EDEN IAS is popular for its IAS foundation courses after 12th (LAKSHYA – 2 Years & 3 Years IAS Foundation Course) and Graduation (Utkarsh – 1 Year IAS Foundation Course). We are going to give the first preference to our Foundation batches. We will open the batches in three slots keeping the admission process as – “First Come First Serve Basis”. The registration process for Lakshya and Utkarsh batch is open from August 1st 2021. We are going to take Max 70 aspirants per batch.

The batches for Lakshya will be open till the end of the Year, at the same time admission in the batches for the attempt of UPSC 2022 will be open till October 15th 2021. The batches for the attempt of UPSC 2023 will be open till December 2021.


This year the admission process at EDEN IAS is followed on the basis of “First Come First Served” due to the high demand of offline coaching and due to the limited seats criteria to be followed for the COVID safety norms.

The Lakshya course is known as the best coaching in India for 3 years IAS Foundation after class 12th. Also because of the lockdown due to covid the aspirants who passed class 12th in year 2020 and 2021 both are waiting to join in offline classes so the batches are going to be divided into slots for both colleges going aspirants and distance learning aspirants – in form of Early Morning batches – Afternoon Batches and Evening Batches. For the 1-year IAS Foundation course the aspirants should apply early for a proper syllabus coverage or else late aspirants will be registered for the attempt of 2023 as a responsible step for the first attempt.


Admission Process for 3 Years IAS Foundation Course LAKSHYA & 1 year Foundation UTKARSH–



The Mains specific offline courses for UPSC Mains 2021 are going to be announced in the month of October after the UPSC Prelims 2021. The classroom courses like Ethics & Essay by Tirthankar Roychowdhary shall be entertained on the basis of prior registration for offline classes.

Aspirants can join anytime for test series-based courses for Prelims and Mains.



Dear aspirants, we all are fortunate enough to survive the grim situation of COVID 19 and after a long time the life is back on track. It is very important to take this situation sensibly. We request all the aspirants to follow all the Covid appropriate behavior in the offline classroom – Like Mask, Sanitizers, Temperature management etc… Please support the management to follow the norms and to keep this unlock sustainable.

We all know that we can’t afford the third wave of COVID and we all are responsible citizens of our society and many of you are going to become responsible officers. Let us do our best to have a safe and sound preparation journey.

The action can be taken against if any aspirant found, not following the rules.

It is to be noted that, those who will not follow the rule will be suspended from the offline class for a week.

All the best!


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