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Free workshop for civil service aspirants of Silchar on Nov 16, 17 by Civil Services Achievers' Point

Civil services are often considered as a dream out of reach in Barak Valley. Which explains why despite having a population of over 36 lakh (2011) census, Barak Valley has only produced one IAS so far. Udharbond’s Bikram Kairi who is now appointed as the deputy commissioner of Majuli district holds the baton. However, there is one organisation which is aiming to change it all. 

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.

To offer a glimpse of what is in store, the CSAP has organised a free workshop for APSC and UPSC aspirants. All the interested aspirants can attend the workshop, however, one needs to register as the organisers will follow a first-come-first-serve basis.

In the workshop, the faculty members will focus on various aspects like newspaper reading, notes making, securing prelims, answer writing, personality development and demo Classes. One can register for the free workshop by calling 8811877068 and 9101686625. The workshops will be conducted in CASP’s Silchar branch, at Arjyapatty, old BDPS building, 2nd floor, Ward 4, Silchar on November, 16 and 17.

CASP has also announced the launch of “Super 50 batch” for GS foundation where experienced and dedicated faculties from Guwahati and Delhi will teach and prepare the aspirants following the new pattern. The admission for that is also open and one can visit the Silchar branch for more details.

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