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Civil Services Achievers' Point: More than 50 students attended free workshop; day 2 to start tomorrow at 11

One of the most trusted academic brands in the field of Civil Services in North East India, Civil Services Achievers’ Point (CSAP) has announced the launch of its Silchar branch. Setup in Arjyapatty, Itkhola, the centre promises to provide classes as per the new pattern. In order to provide a glimpse of what the academy intends to offer, it organised a two-day free workshop.

Today, was the first day and Rajdeep Lekaharu, director of CSAP addressed the students. He informed that more than 50 students attended the workshop. “It was a very positive reaction from the aspirants of Barak Valley. We have discussed the end-to-end strategy and we have got very positive feedback,” he said.

Lekharu informed that tomorrow too they are expecting a good turnout, “Anybody can attend the workshop to understand what is it that we are offering and how we can help them achieve their goals. It is not that only those who attended today can only attend tomorrow, anyone who aspires to join civil service can attend the workshop,” he added.

CSAP has branches spread across the state and has a good record of conversion, Lekharu believes that there is a huge pool of talent in Barak Valley who can go on to join Civil Services, “We will bring faculties from Delhi and Guwahati to train and prepare students,” he concluded.

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