Dibrugarh, June 24: In a rare and refreshing move, the Office of the Deputy Commissioner has invited applications for setting up a Career Counselling cum Coaching Institute under PPP model from motivated individuals, entities or NGOs, on or before July 4, 2018. The competitive exams to be covered by the coaching institute include UPSC, APSC, SSC, RBI, NDA and CDS. In a document released by the DC office, the objective behind the project has been stated as to mobilize the well-educated, energetic and enterprising youth towards developing a free career counselling centre cum affordable (low cost) coaching centre. To be established in collaboration with the Dibrugarh District Administration, the selected applicant would not be entitled to any fixed salary. However, a nominal honorarium would be paid, subjected to the revenue generated by the utility. The document also says that the applications should be voluntary in nature, and that the detailed mode of collaboration would be communicated to the applicant, once chosen.
Also, the applicants must be holding a graduation degree from a recognised university, and also have a good academic record. In view of this, the applicants have been asked to submit their Curriculum Vitae and copies of their 10th, 12th and graduation mark sheets. Furthermore, they also have to submit an action plan regarding the project along with the application. Accordingly, the selection would be done by a proper screening process based on interview conducted by a screening committee headed by the DC. The criteria in the selection process would be academic qualification of the applicant, level of enthusiasm and interest, managerial skills and feasibility of the action plan.