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ABSU organizes UPSC, APSC orientation programme for students

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 July 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From our Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, July 12: Altogether 200 students from different communities participated in a day-long UPSC orientation programme organized by the ABSU at auditorium hall of Kokrajhar Science College on Wednesday.

The ABSU organized the orientation programme for students of Kokrajhar district intending to appear in the civil services examition of UPSC and APSC for IAS, IPS and ACS. Bibekanda Choudhury, Deputy Commissioner of Kokrajhar, iugurated the orientation programme with theme ‘How to crack?’ The programme was chaired by Promod Boro, president of ABSU.

In his speech, Bibekanda Choudhury appreciated the union body for taking such bold steps to bring awareness as well as training for the students interested in civil services examition. Promod Boro, president of the ABSU, while speaking at the function said the union organized this orientation programme for the students who wanted to pursue civil service examition. He said the ABSU started the orientation programme in 2010. He said that the union had been organizing such kind of programmes for creating awareness to increase the number of candidates intending to appear for the civil services examition in BTC region as well as in lower Assam districts before prelimiry test of the UPSC prelimiry examition and screening test was held. Boro said the selected students would be guided under the supervision of retired and present working top civil officers from IAS, IPS, IFS and IRS across the country. He also said the union would organize similar programme in every district like Kokrajhar, Chirang, Udalguri, Baksa, Sonitpur and Lakhimpur.

Manoj Swargiary, who recently cleared the UPSC exam, said that the ABSU had been doing a great job for the student community and they had been organizing various coaching and orientations programmes for civil service exams and it was a great opportunity for the interested students those were willing to sit for UPSC and APSC examitions. He said that he spent eight hours in a day for studies and was able to clear two examitions- UPSC in 2016 and APSC in 2015. He also said that he wanted to serve the people of BTC and Assam.

Swargiary urged the student community to dedicate themselves to quality education and to develop their career.

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