JK Govt to bear coaching expenses
of IAS aspirants
Buoyed by the success of students from the state cracking the
prestigious all-India civil services exams, Jammu and Kashmir government has
decided to bear the expenses of coaching of those who have cleared the
preliminary stage of the exams.
The government will bear the expense for further coaching
outside Jammu and Kashmir.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today asked the Institute of
Management, Public Administration and Rural Development (IMPARD) to sponsor all
the students from the state, who qualify preliminary examination of Indian
Administrative Services (IAS), for further coaching outside the state.
"You should support all the successful candidates of
preliminary examination of IAS and help them receive further necessary training,
if they are willing, in the reputed and recognised institutes outside the state
so that they prepare in a better way to qualify the final examination," Omar
said at the 12th Executive Council meeting of IMPARD here.
Courtesy : Business Standard