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Rs 2.2 Cr. UPSC coaching scholarship for NorthEast Aspirants

Feb 07, 2018 14:13

NGO Helping Hands and Delhi-based IAS coaching institute, ALS, have sanctioned Rs 2. 2 crore for the year 2018-19 under their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative for UPSC coaching scholarships for poor and bright graduates of the Northeast region.

This was informed by IPS officer Robin Hibu under whose initiatives the NGO was formed.

Related: Prominent Coaching Institutes of Northeast India

The NE graduates in any discipline from recognized universities may submit their applications and details for the UPSC coaching scholarship within 27 February in the email address: helpinghands2016th

Special category graduates need to submit orphan certificates, disabled certificates, martyr certificates of father or mother, and certificates of achievements in national level sports events.

The UPSC coaching aspirants for scholarship will be selected by a team of Helping Hands members on merit, and any aspirant with a police case or facing trial in any court will not be considered for the scholarship.

Feb 07, 2018 14:13

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