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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced the launch of an ambitious free training program to help students prepare for various competitions.

The free training center called “Abhyudaya” will begin next Basant Panchmi on the day of worship to the Goddess of Learning, Saraswati, Adityanath said during his speech on the founding day of the state. “From the day of Basant Panchami, ‘Abhyudaya’, the free training center will start for state students to take various selection exams,” said the prime minister.

“In the first phase, it will be at the headquarters of 18 state divisions, where the coaching will take place physically and virtually. Officials will also dedicate their time to him and experts will also be assigned, “he said. The chief minister said that the educational infrastructure of several universities and colleges is used to provide free tutoring to state students, which would also have a governing body.

“Classes are held both physically and virtually and there are instructions for various exams, be it for the NEET, IITJEE, NDA, CDS or UPSC exams. The training centers will give young people a new platform and motivate them to take a new flight and climb to new heights, ”said Adityanath.

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The chief minister pledged to accept the challenge of bringing back more than 30,000 students from Kota, Rajasthan, to the UP, where they had been trained for various competitions during the Covid-19 epidemic.

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Adityanath spoke about the legal and regulatory situation in the state, saying: “We are not only tightening the knot around criminals and mafia elements, but also against professional and dynastic criminals (khaandaani).” “As a result, the UP led this huge investment. We provided government posts to four young lakhs,” he added.

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