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�Govt duty-bound to create right environ for civil services exams�

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 2 - �There are responsibilities for the government to create an enabling environment for preparation for the civil services pre-examination. The Government of Assam has already been providing financial support to civil services aspirants clearing the UPSC prelims. The Education Department can plan to establish a full-fledged library for civil service aspirants and the North Eastern Council (NEC) has also a key role to play in implementing this plan.�

Education Minister Siddhartha Bhattacharyya today observed this at a felicitation function of the 17 UPSC toppers from Assam this year. The function was organised by the North East Institute of Advanced Studies (Northeast-IAS).

While felicitating the UPSC toppers � Bipasha Kalita (rank-41), Mrigakshi Deka (126), Manalika Borgohain (230), Sanket Agarwal (271) and Bidisha Chintey (818) � Bhattacharyya endorsed the Mission-100 of the Northeast-IAS and stated that cracking the civil services examination for selection into different services like IAS, IPS and other allied services, is not easy.

�But, it is not difficult either, provided the latest information and teaching methodology is made available. Our local institutions should be committed to catering to the needs of the aspirants,� he added.

Sankar Ray, director-academics of Northeast-IAS, in his welcome address urged the youths of the North East to take the opportunity given by the institute which offers free training to 100 talented youths of the State for UPSC/APSC examinations.

�A team of experienced faculty from Delhi has been invited to conduct the training,� he stated.

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�Govt duty-bound to create right environ for civil services exams�

GUWAHATI, May 2 - �There are responsibilities for the government to create an enabling environment for preparation for the civil services pre-examination. The Government of Assam has already been providing financial support to civil services aspirants clearing the UPSC prelims. The Education Department can plan to establish a full-fledged library for civil service aspirants and the North Eastern Council (NEC) has also a key role to play in implementing this plan.�

Education Minister Siddhartha Bhattacharyya today observed this at a felicitation function of the 17 UPSC toppers from Assam this year. The function was organised by the North East Institute of Advanced Studies (Northeast-IAS).

While felicitating the UPSC toppers � Bipasha Kalita (rank-41), Mrigakshi Deka (126), Manalika Borgohain (230), Sanket Agarwal (271) and Bidisha Chintey (818) � Bhattacharyya endorsed the Mission-100 of the Northeast-IAS and stated that cracking the civil services examination for selection into different services like IAS, IPS and other allied services, is not easy.

�But, it is not difficult either, provided the latest information and teaching methodology is made available. Our local institutions should be committed to catering to the needs of the aspirants,� he added.

Sankar Ray, director-academics of Northeast-IAS, in his welcome address urged the youths of the North East to take the opportunity given by the institute which offers free training to 100 talented youths of the State for UPSC/APSC examinations.

�A team of experienced faculty from Delhi has been invited to conduct the training,� he stated.

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