Karnataka Gets UPSC Training Center for Economically Weak Students

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Dec 31, 2020

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Karnataka Government launches a training centre for UPSC and Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) exam aspirants hailing from economically deprived backgrounds.

Students will be trained for jobs like IAS, IRS, IPS, Group 1 Officers and other competitive exams. 

On Saturday, dated 13 June 2020, Karnataka Chief Minister, Y.S.Yeddyurappa inaugurated the institution named Sardar Vallabhbhai Academy.

Karnataka CM said, “The Sardar Vallabhbhai Academy is an initiative in association with the BBMP and the Chief Minister's Urban Planning Project for the benefit of poor students in competitive examinations."

The academy will facilitate poor students to prepare for Union Public service Commission (UPSC) and Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) exams for the Group I officers, IRS, IPS and IAS jobs.

As said by B. H. Anil Kumar, Commissioner of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) "The academy will benefit the poor students preparing for competitive exams.”

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