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  • Lighting the Kuthuvillakku at Vetrii IAS Academy

    Thiru. K. Nandha Kumar, IAS

    Lighting the Kuthuvillakku during the seminar session.

  • Releasing UPSC current Affairs

    Thiru. Dr. S. Karuthiah Pandian, IAS

    Releasing our current Affairs magazine “Vetrii’s Current Affairs

  • Chennai IAS Academy mock interview

    Thiru. Dr. R. Ananda Kumar, IAS

    Our civil service mock Interview panel 2015 consisting of Dr. R. Ananda Kumar IAS, Thiru. R. Sudhakar I.P.S , Thiru S. Siva Kumar IRS, Dr. M. Veerappan, DRO,
    Dr. R. M. Suresh, Principal, SMIT, Mrs. Rose Ambat,
    Seniar Corporate Trainer



    UPSC Admission 2016 - 2017
    New Batch starts on 21st August 2016.


    TNPSC Group I & II Mains Batch
    Starts on 28th August, 2016.


    TNPSC GROUP I & II Prelims
    Starts on 21st August, 2016.

WELCOME TO Vetrii IAS academy

With the most advanced study materials, innovative teaching practices and an excellent faculty having more than 10 years of successful teaching experience, Vetrii IAS academy in Chennai gives exceptional and comprehensive coaching for UPSC and TNPSC exams.

Our outstanding results, year after year, has earned us a place amongst the best TNPSC / UPSC coaching centres in Chennai and Salem, Tamilnadu.

To succeed in any undertaking, one must always choose the best guidance. "Your success is our success" and here are some of the ways, we help you achieve it:

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.

~Swami Vivekananda

  • Highly experienced faculty with a brilliant track record.
  • Successful teaching methodologies which involve the use of audio-visual systems.
  • Effective writing programmes to give depth and insight to your answers.
  • Step by step, timely and meticulous coverage of the entire syllabus.
  • Regular tests to gauge your progress, and to help you understand, the strong and weak areas of your preparation.
  • Retired and serving civil service officers and Vice Chancellors of Universities to help you walk through the interview stage successfully.
  • AC classrooms which would allow your mind to focus only on studies.

IAS and TNPSC Toppers

About IAS

Our vast country needs systematic management to ensure law and order, growth and sustenance. For this management, our government needs highly qualified, intelligent and able administrators who could look after the administration of the country. This is where Indian Administrative Service (IAS) comes in.

IAS is a civil service branch of Government of India which looks after the administrative matters of the government.

An IAS officer can hold key positions in the Union Government, State governments and public-sector undertakings (PSU). The primary task of an IAS officer revolves around framing, implementation and supervision of government policies consultation with the ministry-in-charge.


Being an IAS officer is not just a matter of great prestige and power but it also gives you an almost unlimited career growth opportunities.

You frame the government policies which affect the lives of millions of people. This allows you to serve the masses, instead of the classes.

You represent Government of India at international conferences and could even sign on its behalf.

You are sought out at various functions in your city for inaugurals and you are invited as a chief guest for many of these functions

Then of course, you hold a lot of influence and stature as an IAS officer.

What is IAS

Indian Administrative Service is a civil service which is the administrative branch of the Government of India.

At the beginning of their career IAS officers join the state administration at the sub-divisional level, as a sub-divisional magistrate, and look after law and order, general administration and development work in the area under their charge.

At the top of hierarchy of the IAS officers at the centre is the Cabinet Secretary, who is involved in the formulation and implementation of policies pertaining to a particular area like home affairs, finance, science and technology etc.

Becoming an IAS officer is not impossible but it's an idea that must fill up every cell of your being and must compel you to work every day, every moment. No one can help you until you help yourself. Coaching, study material and the best faculty are only the weapons to help you but the work is what you must do. Of course, it helps to get the best and the sharpest weapons available but finally it is you who have to work and practise.

So dear, Civil Services aspirants, take up the idea of cracking the UPSC exam this year and make it your thought, your dream, your life.


Head Office

F-Block 37/38, 2nd Avenue Main Road, Chinthamani,
Anna Nagar (E), Chennai – 600 102.
Phone: +91 (44) 26265326
Mobile: +91 9600124042, 9500005522
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Admission Office

Muthiah Hall ,
Old No.52, New No.1, 9th Street,
F Block, 1st Avenue Main Road,
(Near Istha siddhi Vinayakar Temple),
Anna Nagar (E), Chennai – 600 102.
Phone: +91 (44) 26265326
Mobile: +91 9600124042, 9500005522


Branch Office

No.189/1, Meyanoor Road,
Near ARRS Multiplex
(Near Salem New bus Stand),
Opp. Venkateshwara Complex,
Salem, Tamil Nadu – 636 004.
Phone: +91 (427) 2330307
Mobile: +91 95001 22022, 94427 40307
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