Altaf Bukhari inaugurates CM’s Super-50 Civil Services coaching at Kothi Bagh GHSS

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By FK WEB DESK on 13/01/2018.

Announces free accommodation to selected candidates

SRINAGAR, JAN 13: The Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today inaugurated Chief Minster’s Super-50 coaching programme for Civil Service aspirants at Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kothi Bagh.

The CM’s Super-50 Civil Services is a compressive free preparatory coaching programme organized by Directorate of School Education with an initiative to provide free coaching to 54 meritorious students for the national and state-level civil services examinations.

Secretary School Education, Farooq Ahmad Shah, Director School Education, Dr GN Itoo, Director RMSA, Tufail Mattoo, Director Academics, JKBOSE, Dr Farooq Ahmad Peer, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr Syed Abid Rashid Shah, Chief Education Officer, Srinagar, Farooq Ahmad Dar, concerned officials from Education Department and students were present on the occasion.

The Minister was informed that around 400 aspirants appeared in the screening test conducted by DSEK at Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kothibagh and among them 54 candidates were selected for the free coaching.

These students would be given intensive coaching from subject experts from within and outside the department. Apart from providing tutoring in general studies to the students, they would also be imparted coaching as per the C-SAT pattern and all the study materials would be provided to them free of cost.

Altaf Bukhari congratulated the students who qualified for the free coaching programme and said that education is the only medium for any society to succeed. On the occasion, he announced that free accommodation will be provided to the selected students.

On the occasion, Altaf Bukhari answered the questions and queries by the students and Deputy Commissioner Srinagar also interacted with them.

Altaf Bukhari directed the Deputy Commissioner to be in contact with these civil service aspirants and help them in whatever ways they could be helped.