UPSC Free Coaching: Free coaching will be available for civil services examination, the government will bear the full cost of studies here

Mizoram government will bear the cost of coaching the candidates of civil services examination

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UPSC Free Coaching Classes: The Mizoram government has started the entrance exam for the ‘Super IAS 40’ programme. 40 candidates who pass this exam will get free UPSC coaching. The state government will bear the entire cost of coaching for the UPSC exam.

Mizoram UPSC Free Coaching: In Mizoram, more than 500 candidates on Friday took the entrance exam for the ‘Super IAS 40’ programme, under which the state government will bear the cost of coaching 40 candidates selected for the UPSC Civil Services Examination. The officers provided this information. Officials said that Mizoram (Mizoram UPSC Classes) It has been decided to sponsor coaching of 40 UPSC aspirants from the state for civil services examination in view of very few people becoming IAS officers. He said that the entrance exam passed ,Civil Services ExamThose doing this will get coaching in reputed institutes of Delhi, the cost of which will be borne by the state government.

The Mizoram Youth Commission (MYC) is overseeing and implementing the programme. MYC President and MLA Vanalaltanpuia told a press conference on Thursday that a total of 575 candidates had registered to appear for the entrance examination. The exam was conducted at five centers across the state and in Delhi.

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The results of the written examination will be declared on June 27 and the personal interview will be held on June 28 and June 29. Based on that the final list will be announced on July 1. Vanalaltanpuia said that the candidates who have secured at least 50 per cent marks in the written examination will be shortlisted for personal interview. He said that the candidates appearing in the program would not be allowed to appear in any other competitive examinations conducted by the Central or State Governments till they appear in at least two preliminary examinations of UPSC.

Despite achieving the distinction of being the second most literate state in the country, Mizoram has failed to produce more IAS officers. Grace Lalrindiki Pachuau, daughter of former chief secretary Vanhela Pachuau, was the last person in the state to clear the examination. She joined IAS in 2014.

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