Kerala Civils Free Coaching 2023 and Competitive exams Free Coaching under One School One IAS program. One school, One IAS program to remove notion that civil services only for elite. An institute helmed by top academics and retired IAS and IPS officers in Kerala is organising an ambitious programme called ‘One School One IAS, seeking to “demolish the general notion that civil services are for the elite class alone.
Kerala One School, One IAS Scheme was launched by state government on 16-01-2023. The scheme, being rolled out under the Vedhik Erudite Foundations Scholarship Programme. The programme provides free training to economically backward, but academically bright aspirants of civil services and other competitive exams.
The scheme, supported by sponsors, envisages enrolment of 10,000 boys and girls across Kerala. The beneficiaries will be selected by a panel headed by the heads of respective educational institutions. The initiative envisages equipping students with not just preparing for the civil services, but other competitive exams as well.
A One School One IAS scheme to provide free coaching to UPSC civil services and other competitive examinations to 10,000 meritorious but financially weak students across Kerala. This higher education platform will give the children a chance to completely redecorate their future plans and broaden their horizons.
To serve as a civil servant is a dream every young mind carries from an early stage. But, many of them do not know where to start and what it takes to achieve this goal. A subsequent relocation to big cities entails huge expenses. For the first time in the country, Kerala has the One School, One IAS programme that is set to produce at least one civil servant from all schools in the country. Coming from rural and semi-urban areas, they will mainly be from government and aided schools.
UPSC Civil Services free coaching under One School, One IAS Program for poor students launched in Kerala. The novel initiative envisages equipping students with not just preparing for the civil services but also other competitive exams. The academy, which focuses on aspirants from rural areas, would start grooming them from the high school-level. One per cent inspiration was crucial for a civil services aspirant to come out successful. No student who is keen to join the IAS, IPS or clear similar competitive exams should suffer owing to lack of funds.
Bright, indigent students are freely trained by the Vedhik Erudite Scholarship Programme’s One School One IAS scheme. It enrolls 10,000 students (Class 8 to age 32) across each Indian state. The programme equips them to take competitive exams.