RU Partners With NSUI, NGO To Give Free Coaching For Job Exams

| Updated: February 23, 2023 5:43 pm

The Rajasthan University (RU) partners with Ek Pahal India Sansthan and the National Students Union of India (NSUI) and will start giving free coaching to students across the state for competitive examinations like IAS, RAS through online mode.

On Wednesday, vice chancellor Rajeev Jain said, “A hall in the university premises has been given to the institution that will be holding classes for competitive examinations. In the university, around 200-250 students can attend the class offline but the lectures will be streamed online to all government colleges of the state and lakhs of students will be able to benefit from this initiative.”

LED screens are being installed in a university hall, according to officials, and such screens have already been installed in 53 other government colleges in the state. They also stated that no fee will be charged to students for this initiative and that students take classes online. As part of this initiative, NSUI representatives stated that approximately 3,000 LED screens will be installed across all higher education institutes in the state.

Abhishek Chaudhary, NSUI state president said, “In collaboration with Ek Pahal India Sansthan, preparation for competitive examinations will be given free of cost in every government college of the state and the University of Rajasthan. The financial resources for this initiative will be provided by NSUI and other institutions. The university is providing us space in the APTC centre where offline classes will be conducted, and more than 100 IAS/RAS officers and teachers will take classes here which will be telecast live in various colleges and universities of the state.”

Enrollment forms for this initiative will be available on the University of Rajasthan’s official website beginning February 27. If some colleges or institutions request offline classes on their campus, arrangements will be made, according to NSUI representatives.

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