Tuesday, November 01, 2011

'Super-25' to coach poor Bihari UPSC aspirants

Now money will not come in the way of Bihar's meritorious, but poor students to crack country's toughest test, Civil Services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Under 'Super-25', poor meritorious Bihari UPSC candidates will be given free quality coaching and lodging arrangements to help them crack UPSC.The decision was taken at a symposium on 'Declining Performance of Bihar in Civil Services' held at A N Sinha Institute of Social Studies (ANSISS). 

At the symposium, Bihar HRD minister P K Sahi, Super 30 founder Anand Kumar, DGP Abhyanand, IAS trainer Ashok Kumar Singh, educationist S P Singh, IAS officer Sanjay Kumar Singh and others explored the cause of Bihar's declining performance in the UPSC.

Meridian Courses director Ashok Kumar Singh announced that in association with the Career Launcher's CL Educate Limited he will conduct tests in the fourth week of November to select 25 poor students who will be provided around a year-long free coaching and lodging to help crack civil services.

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