Who We Are

SUKALP FOUNDATION is among pioneer institute in the field of Coaching for Competitive Exams in Guwahati, Assam. We recognize that complex problem solving skills are not automatically acquired. They must be taught. With this idea and vision of providing guidance and assistance to aspirants of such Examinations the institute got started formally in July 2012 with BANK & SSC COACHING. Further with time the institute introduced new courses that included UPSC, APSC-ACS/APS and AJS (Assam Judicial Service) Grade-III. Our study material incorporates exercise based on current exams type question along with the advance practice questions.

Our Pre-Foundation course imparts knowledge and builds strong aptitude, analytical skills, personality full of positive attitude and confidence at right time to ensure lifelong success. Courses aim at utilizing the time, effort and full potential of students. Experienced faculty team, result oriented study material, regular tests and smart feedback with engaging teaching in dynamic educational environment ensure sound development.

Further, faculties from other renowned institutions are invited to deliver guest lecture to help augment their studies beyond syllabus.

The infrastructure has been developed with most modern equipment; provisions have also been made to upgrade the same keeping pace with the technological advancements of the time. SUKALP FOUNDATION helps students to have an in depth knowledge of FUNDAMENTALS and BASIC CONCEPTS.


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