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Pranay Aggarwal is the Sociology faculty at IAS Gurukul. He has mentored thousands of civil services aspirants, several of whom have been successful. He has qualified the UGC NET examination for Assistant Professorship in Sociology, conducted by the government. UGC NET is considered one of the toughest exams for teachers in the country, with success ratio of less than 6%. Pranay Aggarwal is a keen observer of the social world. He is a faculty, writer and commentator on sociological issues. He is an academician and career guidance expert with specialization in civil services exam preparation.

Positions presently held: Pranay Aggarwal is the Vice President of International Sociological Society. He is also the President of Indian Social Science Council and the Convenor of the Indian Civil Services Association - a leading think tank of retired senior bureaucrats working to make government more effective. He is the Director at IAS Gurukul - a leading institute for guidance and mentorship of graduate and post- graduate students preparing for civil services. He is also the youngest recipient of the International Jurists Award for contributions to issues of the youth.

He has been commended by Dr. Kiran Bedi, LG of Puducherry, Mani Shankar Aiyar, Union Cabinet Minister (ex) and TSR Subramanian (IAS), Chairman, National Committee on New Education Policy and Cabinet Secretary (ex) for guiding students towards a career in civil services. He is a public speaker on sociological issues and issues concerning the civil services. He has been covered in the media, including CNBC, Times Now, Alive, etc.

Pranay Aggarwal brings to the Gurukul his years of experience as a teacher, mentor and friend of civil services aspirants. His excellent grasp of the subjects that he teaches and an ability to communicate with students with greatest ease make him a favourite teacher of many of his students. He understands that each student is unique and gives each student the special attention that he/ she needs and deserves.


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