The Governor of Kerala has launched a new scheme called ‘One School One IAS’ to provide free training classes for poor students to get higher marks in competitive examinations.
Governor of Kerala Arif Mohammad Khan has launched the Vedic Erudite Foundation’s flagship project ‘One School One IAS’ to enable 10,000 gifted poor students across the state to participate in the civil service and other competitions. The project is being implemented with multiple sponsors.
Through this higher education students can better shape their future. Also, this program will be very helpful to expand their achievable boundaries and increase their self esteem.
Malayalam film actress Manju Warrier has announced that she will accept the training expenses of 10 students for the civil service exams.
In his speech, the Governor of Kerala said, “Working as a civil servant is an early dream of every student. But students are confused as to where to start in the first steps and it is very costly to go to big cities for this. For the first time in the country, it is planned to produce at least one civil servant from all schools in India. The ‘One School One IAS’ program has been launched in Kerala. Students from government and government-aided schools in rural and urban areas will benefit from this, “he said
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