Noida: Students aspiring to crack Civil Service Examination will be given full support by Indian Social Services, a Delhi-NCR based social organisation.
The organisation is going to arrange coaching classes for all those students who belong to social weaker section of the society. This announcement was made by DK Singh, founder of the organisation on National Education Day which is birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, first minister of education in independent India.
Singh, who is also President of Apartment Owner Association (AOA) at Grand Ajnara Heritage, a high rise in Sector 74, Noida, said that organisation is going to begin new batch from December 1 onwards for assisting students aspiring to become an IAS in future.
Those aspirants, who can not afford high fee for attending lectures, would be given free coaching to succeed in their lives. Aspiring students can login to www.indiansocialservice.org for details. The organisation would also begin free classes for aspirants of government services.
He said, “I had aspirations to become an IPS officer but I failed to pursue my dreams because of financial constraints in the family. The organisation has decided to help the students so that everyone gets a chance to pursue the dreams.”
Singh informed that the classes would be conducted under the guidance of Dr CV Dharma Rao, an ex-IAS officer. He promised the organisation to give his entire time for helping needy students. He said, “We want all intelligent students to avail the benefits of free classes to chase their career irrespective of any kind of financial problem.”
Singh said that there are many IAS officers, who have been residing in Delhi/NCR, have assured the organisation to give time. With their assurance, the organisation has decided to begin with this initiative.