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Success Academy - Best Coaching Centre Students Corner

1)What distinguishes Success Academy from other institutes of India?

Success Academy is fundamentally different from other institutes. We are totally devoted to the success of our students. So much so that Success Academy has become a household name for “Success”.Moreover, We have been very selective in recruiting faculty members. Faculty members at our Academy are of high academic order, coming from JNU, IIMs, and IITs, working on regular and visiting basis.

2)How will I, as an individual student, benefit from Success Academy?

Apart from providing quality materials to every student, we take regular feedback from students about faculty members. Every student is free to put forward his/her doubts in all subjects to respective teachers and he/she should get a satisfactory answer from teachers. We provide continued support to students until they are finally selected.

3)How many students are accommodated in a single batch?

Average 40 to80 students are accommodated in a single batch. But at times and at certain Centres, which are the hub of students, some more students may be accommodated. In such circumstances, the sound system is used to maintain audibility between the teachers and students. If you have any queries feel free to Contact Us.

4)Is there any facility for training students to face interview with Success Academy?

Yes, we have exclusive Interview Coaching for those students who qualify the written exams of Competitive exams. We have on our panel highly qualified and expert professionals from Banking and Finance, Psychology, Personality Development, Communications and Body Language

5)How much time does it take to prepare for the Competitive exam and be a threshold candidate?

Preparing for a competitive exam requires a Hard work and dedicated approach. The basic thing is of your fundamentals of Mathematics, Reasoning, English language and Computer. Also, you must practice time management and accuracy. Plus, you have to brush up current affairs regularly. On an average, it would not take more than 4-10 months to qualify any competitive  exam.

6) Why should I go for Govt? Jobs? I have a good private job in a multinational Company and I earn handsome salary and incentives?

With economic slowdown around the corner, do you expect the same salary and incentives in the coming days? The word ‘recession’ is a nightmare for all who are in private sector. When you are in a Govt. job you have a secured future. Your earning is also good and if you are selected for good Grade posts, you enjoy power as well as prestige