Chief Minister Coaching Scheme Manipur 2020
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh is of the opinion that hard work is sure to pay for and individuals need to focus on what they want to achieve. CM has made this statement in the interaction session along with CM’s scheme for Civil Service aspirants. The session has been spent at the GM hall.
CM is of the opinion that the main purpose of education is not to look for high profile jobs but to become a responsible citizen of our country. Adding to this he said that Indian citizens have great talent that should not go in vain. The students need to be given proper training who is responsible for building a better tomorrow.
CM also said that the above-said scheme had been introduced with the aim of providing suitable support to the meritorious and the deserving candidates of the state. This shall help the students from unpleasant backgrounds to avail the scheme benefits and pursue higher education.
CM said that the present government wishes to fulfill the needs of common people so that it can uplift the overall condition of their lives. One such human-oriented scheme initiated by the government is CHMT and others. So far, nearly 1.5 lakh families are benefitted from the scheme. In relation to this scheme, the students introduce themselves to the CM of the state. Also, the students have expressed their gratitude for the CM and the state government to come up with such helpful schemes. Students have also come up with their grievances and suggestions to state CM.
However, it can be said that the CM’s scholarship scheme was launched in March last year for civil services that worth rupees 1 crore. As per the scheme details, the state government will offer scholarship benefits to 150 civil service job seekers to achieve their dreams. In one year, the course fee is rupees 70800 per student that will be given by the state government and it is begged at rupees 1, 06, 20, 000.
Therefore, it is also known that the above said scheme has been combined with Delhi-based ALS-IAS coaching institute under the CSR program.
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