ICPJK invites application for coaching
Srinagar: The Initiative for Competition Promotion in Jammu & Kashmir has invited applications from aspirants to All India Civil Services- IAS/IPS examination 2011 for undergoing full time free (residential) guidance programme.
In a statement, it said, the guidance programme would commence from second week of April, adding the applicant should have applied for the All India CSE Examination.
The registration forms can be obtained from and shall be submitted at Room No. 110, Hotel Remano, Rajbagh, here by or before April 2, it said adding the applicants could also register online at www.icpjnk.ewebsite.com or e-mail their bio-data with details at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those who have already applied need not to apply again, it added.
It said the eligible candidates shall have to appear in a CEE for GS & CSAT to be held at Government College of Education, M. A. Road, Srinagar on April 4 at 11 AM, adding a total of 30 candidates would be admitted for the programme.
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