The Uttar Pradesh government will establish free training centers at the divisional state level starting on February 16 as part of a new program called “Mukhyamantri Abhyudaya Yojana” to help young people.
UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has decided to create Abhyudaya Training Centers for potential applicants who are preparing to qualify for NEET, JEE (major and advanced), CDS, NDA, UPSC and all other competencies.
The free training center will provide great support to poor and disadvantaged students, which are run by the state government, the spokesperson said.
The free coaching institutes will start operating on the auspicious “Basant Panchami” day on February 16, and course registrations will begin on February 10, he added.
The “Abhyudaya” training centers will be established in the first phase at the division level and followed up in the next phase at the district level.
The coaching also includes direct advice to candidates of senior officials from IAS, IPS and PCS.
In exams like NDA and CDS, the principals of Sainik schools are fully UP trained.
There are also separate classes for the NEET and JEE exams. All courses and study materials, covering the entire syllabus of the various exams, are also available online.
Doubt resolution sessions will be organized to help applicants choose the best topic for them and these will be accompanied by discussions with experts as guest speakers.
Guest speakers will help them prepare quickly and use the techniques to write clear answers to the exam, the spokesperson added.