Udyom would be a platform for aspirants to interact with administrators, successful entrepreneurs, doctors and academicians.
The Hailakandi district administration is launching an ambitious programme, Udyom, a classroom cum study centre, for helping students in preparations of entrance/ competitive examinations and also make them employable in openings in government and allied institutions.
A brainchild of Deputy Commissioner, Keerthi Jalli, the initiative is aimed at mitigating the circumstances of students who cannot afford expensive coaching.
“Through Udyom, we would like to introduce a serious study culture and encourage poor students who cannot afford expensive coaching,” said Assistant Commissioner, Parikshit Phukan, who is closely connected with the initiative.
Udyom would be a platform for aspirants to interact with administrators, successful entrepreneurs, doctors and academicians. Resource persons and guest faculty will be roped in to mentor and aid the students.
A non-residential coaching programme, classrooms equipped with audio-visual facilities and Wifi, set in a perfect academic ambience, will be provided entirely free.
As it is not a scholarship programme, students have to make their own travel arrangements.
Applicants have to appear in a selection test for admission to the training programme of a batch of 30.
Intending candidates can download the prescribed application form from the website: http://hailakandi.gov.in
Duly filled in application forms will be received till 5 pm of July 5 only at the eDistrict PFC Centre, Deputy Commissioner’s Office.
Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the selection test. The list of shortlisted candidates will be put up on the website on July 15. Selection test will be held on July 21 and results will be announced on July 29.
Free coaching at the centre will roll out from August till December.