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�Govt should provide facilities to civil service aspirants�

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GUWAHATI, June 1 - It is the responsibility of the Government of Assam to create an enabling environment in the State by providing robust infrastructure such as regional and district level centres for competitive examinations like the civil services, and it is encouraging to see that the initiative Mission-100 of the North East Institute of Advanced Studies (Northeast-IAS) which aims to produce a hundred civil servants from Assam in a five-year period is providing free quality coaching to more than 400 aspirants of Assam.

Former director of Indian Railways and currently serving as Advisor Transport to the Government of Assam, Robin Kalita said this while addressing the recently admitted civil services aspirants of the Northeast-IAS today.

Founder of Northeast-IAS Keshav C Das said that according to the Annual Report of 2016-17 of the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development, there were more than 2,17,652 graduates from Assam and to provide free civil services coaching to every interested student, Northeast-IAS is launching free civil service coaching in 16 districts � Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Sivasagar, Tinsukia, Karbi Anglong, Sonitpur, Lakhimpur, Nagaon, Nalbari, Kamrup, Bongaigaon, Dhubri, Cachar, Karimganj, Goalpara and Dhemaji.

�This programme will start from June 10 and the youths of Assam are requested to avail this unique opportunity,� he said.

Sankar Ray, director of the institute, stated that Northeast-IAS is providing quality pre-examination training with full scholarship to the youths and more than 20 students from the institute appeared in the UPSC CSE mains and five students had appeared in the final interview, out of whom three cleared UPSC-CSE this year.

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�Govt should provide facilities to civil service aspirants�

GUWAHATI, June 1 - It is the responsibility of the Government of Assam to create an enabling environment in the State by providing robust infrastructure such as regional and district level centres for competitive examinations like the civil services, and it is encouraging to see that the initiative Mission-100 of the North East Institute of Advanced Studies (Northeast-IAS) which aims to produce a hundred civil servants from Assam in a five-year period is providing free quality coaching to more than 400 aspirants of Assam.

Former director of Indian Railways and currently serving as Advisor Transport to the Government of Assam, Robin Kalita said this while addressing the recently admitted civil services aspirants of the Northeast-IAS today.

Founder of Northeast-IAS Keshav C Das said that according to the Annual Report of 2016-17 of the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development, there were more than 2,17,652 graduates from Assam and to provide free civil services coaching to every interested student, Northeast-IAS is launching free civil service coaching in 16 districts � Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Sivasagar, Tinsukia, Karbi Anglong, Sonitpur, Lakhimpur, Nagaon, Nalbari, Kamrup, Bongaigaon, Dhubri, Cachar, Karimganj, Goalpara and Dhemaji.

�This programme will start from June 10 and the youths of Assam are requested to avail this unique opportunity,� he said.

Sankar Ray, director of the institute, stated that Northeast-IAS is providing quality pre-examination training with full scholarship to the youths and more than 20 students from the institute appeared in the UPSC CSE mains and five students had appeared in the final interview, out of whom three cleared UPSC-CSE this year.

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