Creating success stories at PPICS Pulwama

Institute prepares students for civil services exams

GK NEWS NETWORK

Pulwama, Jan 29: The Police Public Institute for Competitive Studies (PPICS) in the district, providing coaching to students for civil services examinations, has started creating success stories with several pass-outs of the institute already having made it to the prestigious services.
The institute has already announced fresh applications for admission to next session and also runs a public library for providing the books and necessary notes to aspirants.
The institute was started in view of dire need and demand from the local educated youth who aspire for civil services and could not afford quality academic support and logistics. Keeping in view the pressing demand of the local youth, the police department started PPICS in the district to impart coaching to the students aspiring to crack civil services examination.
The institute has during the past one year provided academic support and counseling to hundreds of youth aspiring for KAS/KPS and IAS exams. A number of well-known personalities including serving IPS, KPS and KAS officers are continuously engaged in mentoring of students and training them for exams besides providing them with logistics including books.
The institute is being run under the patronage of young IPS officer Amit Kumar who has been continuously striving to make PPICS a centre of excellence.
Two candidates who got coaching at PPICS were selected as KPS officers in the previous civil services exams. These two young men are today happily spending their time at the institute for training more youth for the next civil services examination.

Lastupdate on : Tue, 29 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 29 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 30 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST




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