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We devoted initial 4-5 years to learning and experimentation.

In 2003 Saumya Gupta got 46th Rank. We had a little contribution to her success.

We go inspired by the success of Rahul Jain (Rank 24) and Ashish Kumar, the only students in our class, in the year 2004.

We started delivering good results in 2006 with Arvind Agrawal securing 9th Rank. It was followed by Ranks 10 by Khusboo Goel and Rank 13 by Sonal Goel in Mains 2007.

Thereafter hard work of the students and guidance of CA R.S.Agrawal started to deliver good results, ranging from 12 to 24 ranks/candidates qualifying every year. Our success rate ranges between 25% to 40%.

Best ever rank secured by our student is Rank 6 by Ravi Dhawan(B.com.).

We are proud of Mr. Sachin Jaiswal being youngest person securing IAS in the first attempt at UPSC in the year 2012.

Our student Aman Gupta( 90% visually impaired) got 54th Rank in the year 2013. He gives credit for his success to personalized efforts of RSA. He says “out of a dozen of coachings attended by me till date, I find Rankers Classes as most valuable……delivering value for both time and money invested….”.  We are equally proud of Monika Gupta securing IAS despite being visually challenged.

A chat of Nitin Singhania with RSA brought a turn in his success. In 2011, he was about to leave Delhi without trying IAS exam. RSA inspired him to appear with Commerce and Economics optional as both of these subjects have been studied by Nitin in his academics, helping secure 57th Rank in the year 2013.

Our student Prashant Raj Shukla got success in the shortest period of time. He appeared CA Final Exam in May 2016. Started preparing for IAS from 2nd June 2016. Appeared Prelims exam on 7th August 2016. Joined Commerce Coaching from 13th August 2016. Appeared Mains examination in the first week of December 2016. Resumed rest of the commerce classes at Rankers in December. Appeared interview in March 2017. Got IAS with Rank 64. He feels short of words telling contribution of Rankers Classes in his success.

RSA has more stories to write….should time permit.