Free coaching for UPSC Civil Services exam started in BHU

Free coaching for UPSC Civil Services exam started in BHU

BHU will provide free preparation for civil services to its OBC and Scheduled Caste students. Free coaching classes were started on Saturday by Dr. Ambedkar Center of Excellence. 100 students have been selected in the first batch. There are also 30 girl students among them. The coaching was inaugurated by the chief guest, Rector Prof. VK Shukla did it.

In the inauguration ceremony organized at the Human Resource Development Center located on the BHU campus, he said that it is a matter of great pride that he has got the opportunity to prepare through such a prestigious university. Every goal can be achieved with the help of hard work and determination. He said that students should prepare well and also do better revision. Also read competitive magazines and newspapers regularly.

Registrar Prof. Arun Kumar Singh advised the students to acquire authentic knowledge from books, which will prove to be most effective in their success. Finance Officer Abhay Thakur advised to stay focused on the goal and keep oneself away from any kind of distraction and distraction. Center Coordinator Prof. RN Kharwar also informed about the facilities available for the students in the centre. RK Tripathi, who came from Dr. Ambedkar Foundation, New Delhi, said that the students are getting benefits from the free coaching scheme started by the Government of India.

He said that the facilities will be further increased under this scheme. The vote of thanks was given by Dr. P. Dalai, Additional Coordinator of the Centre. The operation was done by RK Nigam, assistant registrar of the centre.

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