Leaders Making Leaders!


The realisation of Game Changer’s Vision to nurture Leaders who Lead.  A vital part of our strategy is to provide our students with a rich mix of state-of-the-art online learning facilities and combining interaction with inspiring and seasoned faculty who are some of India’s senior serving and retired Civil Servants.

Game Changer is an IAS / IPS Schooling Academy founded on January 2020 in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. The academy was established with the clear-eyed and deliberate goal of providing candidates, aspiring to enter the UPSC, IAS, IPS and related echelons of the Indian Civil Services, with the best possible platform to achieve their ambitions.

Game Changer is the first institute where senior IAS and IPS officers provide training, guidance, and counseling sessions to the scholars. Students can engage with some of the most decorated, serving and retired, Civil Servants of the country. These illustrious officers will interact and share their knowledge, insights and experience with the potential influencers.


Game Changer is about Leaders Making Leaders!

These sessions are invaluable because the lecturers/presenters will be sharing their wisdom acquired through intimately working in the various branches of the Indian Government. Students will also have a clearer picture of the challenges involved in serving in the IAS and IPS. They will also be better informed when deciding whether a career in the Indian Government is the right choice for them. Together, with an expert faculty, they will ensure students fulfill their dreams of entering their preferred branches of the Indian Civil Service.

The Institute held it’s first Orientation Class, for aspiring candidates to the UPSC, IAS, IPS and related exams, on January 27th 2020. The students got a chance to interact with some of the most decorated serving and retired IAS and IPS Officers personally. They had the rare and precious opportunity to inquire about all aspects of the institute and also the IAS and IPS.

Game Changer has also launched two branch institutions in the cities of New Delhi and Meerut.