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By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, July 5 - The common perception that the educational environment in Assam has lost its sheen is not correct. There is no dearth of good students and quality faculty. Guwahati has come up as an educational hub for students of the entire North East with almost all disciplines becoming available in the different educational institutions in the city.

Earlier, the students of the State had to go outside to pursue courses and training to succeed in the civil services exams, which is not the case now. Today, the students of Assam have been able to make a mark in the all-India and State-level civil services exams over the last few years. This is a good sign, said Jhulanjyoti Hazarika while addressing a gathering on the occasion of the fourth annual day celebrations of the Bhadra IAS Academy, Maligaon here on Thursday, according to a press statement issued today.

The institute is offering training to students belonging to the poor strata of society, especially in case of audio-visual classes through the website of the Academy free of cost. The programme was also addressed by Rishabh Baruah and Mukul Rajkumar.

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Free classes for civil services aspirants

GUWAHATI, July 5 - The common perception that the educational environment in Assam has lost its sheen is not correct. There is no dearth of good students and quality faculty. Guwahati has come up as an educational hub for students of the entire North East with almost all disciplines becoming available in the different educational institutions in the city.

Earlier, the students of the State had to go outside to pursue courses and training to succeed in the civil services exams, which is not the case now. Today, the students of Assam have been able to make a mark in the all-India and State-level civil services exams over the last few years. This is a good sign, said Jhulanjyoti Hazarika while addressing a gathering on the occasion of the fourth annual day celebrations of the Bhadra IAS Academy, Maligaon here on Thursday, according to a press statement issued today.

The institute is offering training to students belonging to the poor strata of society, especially in case of audio-visual classes through the website of the Academy free of cost. The programme was also addressed by Rishabh Baruah and Mukul Rajkumar.

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