Universal Group of Institutions is the brainchild of Universal Coaching Centre (UCC). Based out of Bangalore. It has been providing holistic and exam-oriented coaching for all competitive examinations at State and Central levels for the past 21 years. The vision is to make Universal group the premier hub for training, coaching & skilling youth. Read here to kow more about the institution.
UGI to organize IAS Olympiad - 2021 (Online Quiz Competition)
Date: May 24, 2021
Universal Group of Institutions is one of the leading integrated institutes in India by providing holistic and exam-oriented coaching for all competitive examinations being held at State and Central levels along with PUC/BA/ BCom/ BA LLB academics courses as per University/ Board’s syllabus. The Institution is always working on creating general awareness about the various government exams in India like., IAS/IPS/IFS/IRS, KPSC, SSC, PSI and other services and the motto is to promote a larger number of students to take up various government exams by giving proper guidance. With the same, UGI is organising various competitions under the IAS OLYMPIAD platform.
On 6th June 2021 Universal Group of institutions organised IAS Olympiad Quiz Competition to X, XI and XII standard students all over India.
It is a revolutionary new concept, which offers opportunities for students to start preparing for competitive examinations like IAS/IFS/IPS and other state-level competitive exams, right from their schooling days.
The motto of the IAS Olympiad is to promote and prepare students for various prestigious competitive examinations that are held at State and Central levels. IAS Olympiad is designed to “Nurture & Inspire“ the next generation nation builders and thought leaders by integrating Under Graduation Courses with civil services preparation.
To create general awareness about the various Government exams in India like., IAS/IPS/IFS/IRS, KPSC, SSC, PSI and other services.
The motto is to promote a larger number of students to take up various government exams by giving proper guidance.
To prepare students for one among the well renowned and high-profile jobs in the Top 10 Government Exams in India.
To provide proper career guidance after Class 10th and Class 12th.
Date: 6th June 2021, Time: 04:00 pm to 05:15 pm
The winners of the quiz competition shall be awarded:
1st Prize : ₹ 5000
2nd Prize : ₹ 3000
3rd Prize : ₹ 2000
Registration closes on 5th June 2021
Breaking Barriers and Making a Difference
Date: May 14, 2021
The biggest obstacles in our lives are the barriers that our minds create and the constant struggle to break these barriers makes our lives meaningful. The first step to break these mental barriers is to step out of our “Comfort Zone” and gain strength to stand out from the crowd. Never underestimate the difference YOU can make in the lives of others. Step forward, show the world you are not here to just pass through. Leave great footprints wherever you pass and be remembered for the change you initiated. Dr Robert Clive, who was the Chief guest of the event, started his talk by appreciating the speakers for the introduction and praised the chairman for his unique initiative of combining degrees with the UPSC coaching. Then began the talk by taking the example of Nelson Mandela who rose from being a common man fighting for equality to being the president of the country. He also gave the example of Mr Ranjith Ramchandran who has a remarkable journey from being a night watchman to today being the IIM professor, and talked about DoPT ministry facilitating the first visually impaired IFS officer Beno Zephine being the prime example of breaking the barriers.He then moved one to talk about the power of an IAS officer that can bring changes in the life of a common man. He highlighted this point by giving an example of a girl in Tamil Nadu who brought a toilet to her home and along with it, with the help of the government constructed 500 toilets in her neighbourhood.
Later in the session, Dr Clive moved on to talk about the difficulties faced by students during the pandemic year 2020 about their fears, insecurities and anxiety. Taking this issue up he talked about student's frustration which leads them to take extreme steps as suicide and shared several examples of this and assured students not to give up and reminded the students of their parents sacrifice and hardwork to look after their children's welfare and recommended the students to make the best use of time by taking up extracurricular activities and online courses. He emphasized on the importance of building the right attitude and focussed on building the will and determination. In his words, "The only divisibility of a man is his attitude".
In the later segment, he mentioned that we need to brand ourselves which later on becomes the indicator of our success and we need to be the trendsetter in the society. With this the session was concluded.
IAS Olympiad 2021
Date: May 10, 2021
Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are called ‘IAS-producing factories’ whereas Karnataka lags behind in the number of students aspiring Indian Administrative Services (IAS) careers. The reasons for this trend are many including lack of awareness; very few coaching centres are serious and aggressive etc. To break this trend, Universal Coaching Centre (UCC), has come up with an initiative to enthuse students, starting at the Pre-University level, to take up careers in the elite all India services including IAS, IFS, IPS, IRS etc.
The winners of the quiz competition shall be awarded:
1st Prize : ₹ 2500
2nd Prize: ₹ 1500
3rd Prize : ₹ 1000
Rules & Regulations :
- The quiz will be a one-hour duration(11:00.am to 12.00.pm)
- You can attempt the Quiz once.
- Total 75 questions.
- Each question carries one mark. No negative marking for the wrong answer.
- Questions are of MCQ.
- Click on the “Submit Test” Button on Completion of the Quiz.
- Once the “time up” automatically the application will close.
- Participation in the quiz is free and open to X, XI, XII Std Students
UGI Bangalore to organise Webinar on “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Readers”
Date: May 07, 2021
Amrut Deshmukh, a social entrepreneur is on a mission to cultivate the habit of reading among the youth of our country through his Make India Read. An avid reader from childhood, he is determined to share his inspiration with the world. His passion led him to start the only successful Indian startup with no external funding or venture capital. Presently he has over 17 lakh readers who are enthusiastically reading books with him on his free mobile app ‘Booklet’. Hence, he is popularly known as the Booklet Guy.He is also a TED talk speaker and author of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Readers''. He was awarded the ‘Youth Icon 2020’ award.
As an educational Institution seeking to impart holistic development, we believe that a strong reading habit is imperative for teachers. An effective teacher makes a difference in the success of their students by encouraging students to read. Classrooms can be effective when teachers act as role models and inculcate reading habits among students.