Malik inaugurates free residential coaching, mentoring programme
Srinagar, Sep 9: Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik inaugurated Free Residential Coaching and Mentoring Programme for J&K’s Top 25 batch of UPSC, IAS and Allied Services Examination, 2012, at Tulsi Bagh, here today.
The function was organized by ASCENT GROUP, J&K in association with Career Launcher (CL) Educate Ltd, New Delhi. Economic Advisor, J&K Government Jalil Ahmed Khan and vice Chancellor, Kashmir University, Dr. Talat Ahmed were guests of Honor.
Addressing the function, the Minister appreciated ASCENT GROUP and Career Coaching (CL), Educate Ltd for their strenuous efforts in providing a platform for KAS and IAS aspirants and also for making their future shine at the State and national level.
He said the Chairman ASCENT GROUP has remained himself a topper in his career as academician and administrator and accordingly he is showing right path to younger generation to excel in various fields.
Saying that education is investment for future of State, Malik stressed for supporting extra-ordinary students both financially and technically to attain superb level in the society.
Earlier, in his welcome address Chairman, ASCENT GROUP and Former Chairman J&K PSC Muhammad Shafi Pandit said the poor representation of the State especially the youth from Valley in all the elite civil and professional services of the country has really been a matter of concern.
“This is the reason why the issue has continuously been debated in different quarters of society. In particular, the issue of representation in the Civil services has attained critically as this germane not only to good governance but also from the standpoint of being participants in the governance process,” he said.
“It is a pity that after a half a century of administrative integration of the State with India, during which period more than 4000 young men and women were recruited to the IAS and other allied civil services, not more two dozen persons qualified from J&K State as direct recruits. The representation of educated youth from the State in the other elite service options pursuant to professional courses like IT, IIM, is no better and , in some cases, even worse,” he added.
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