Students Must Have Access To English Learning Says Mamata Banerjee

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Students Must Have Access To English Learning Says Mamata Banerjee

| Updated: June 1, 2022 18:14

West Bengal students shine bright again in the Civil Services Examinations as UPSC declared the CSE 2021 results on Monday. Ankita Agarwal from Kolkata has secured AIR 2 in the exam. On Thursday, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, motivated students to become government bureaucrats.

CM Banerjee addressed a district administrative meeting with the Vice-Chancellor of Bankura University in West Bengal. During the meeting, the University pupils expressed great interest in science. However, many students, especially students from Bengali medium, shared their problems associated with spoken English. Later, the CM gave tips and pointers to the students to resolve their issues with English. 

CM Mamata Banerjee advised the District Magistrates and Superintendents of Police to take initiatives to train academically bright students. She urged them to teach the children so that West Bengal could have more Civil Servants. She said, “We should teach the English language to interested children. I have sent Civil Servants from West Bengal to Singapore and London.” 

Banerjee suggested the Vice-Chancellor of Bankura University take special classes for aspirants preparing for Civil Services.” She also recommended pitching herself in for the coaching. 

She exclaimed her pride for Ankita and said, “West Bengal will see more officers in the future. We have bright and talented students. They deserve a chance.” She also urged retired bureaucrats to hold classes for such students. 

The Chief Minister wanted to ensure that every aspirant gets access to English language learning. Thus, she ordered the Universities to have a system for teaching spoken English. She said that if the number of interested students increases, they will arrange lectures in university halls.

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