The Malappuram regional chapter of Sahodaya School Complex of CBSE schools is going to start up civil service training that will be valid for students of all CBSE schools in Mallapuram, which is estimated to be total 85 CBSE schools.
This initiative is an endeavour to support civil service aspirants in schools.
Named as 'Inspire 2013', the training session will be commenced with the support from the state civil service training institute as well as Minority Welfare department.
In the first phase of the project it has been planned to train 3 students from each division of the schools. The benefitting students would be from standard 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th.
To select aspirants 'M-Sat', an aptitude test has already been conducted recently, in all the CBSE schools of the district. Total of 520 students have become eligible for this civil service coaching and training.
For this Project the Schools have been grouped into two divisions. K Biju (District Collector) is to inaugurate the first coaching programme on Nov 2nd at venue Nazareth Senior Secondary School, Manjeri. Whereas, training for second group will be on 9th of November to be inaugurated by sub-collector Amith Meena at Irshadiya Public School, Kolathur.
M Abdul Nazar (General Secretary of Malappuram Sahodaya,) told the training would be provided by the faculty from the government civil service training centre located at Ponnani along with the training centre falling under the minority welfare department. Training Classes have been decided to be conducted on holidays, teaching the special syllabus.
Not only for selected students but for their Parents also special career guidance classes would be organised included in the training program, at Mallapuram.
More details can be accessed from website www.malappuramsahodaya.org.
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