It is the dream of many young people to become top IAS and IPS officers. They have been practicing hard for years to make that dream come true. However, passing the UPSC exam is not an easy task. It requires concentration, perseverance as well as proper guidance. The state government stands by the talented poor candidates who prefer the civils. Providing the best training through the BR Ambedkar Study Circle in Rushikonda, Visakhapatnam .. showing the way to the future of many. Providing all facilities to the candidates and providing study material is avoiding financial burden. Provides corporate level training with expert faculty.
In the state of Andhra Pradesh, everyone should have higher education and achieve the intended goals. This is the goal of the state government. For this, the government has implemented many schemes and is trying to help poor and talented students. On the other hand, providing free accommodation to the unemployed who aspire to get a job .. giving special training. Giving them corporate facilities .. showing the way to their future. Special training is being imparted under the auspices of the State Department of Social Welfare to SC, ST, BC and Minority candidates, especially those who prefer Civils. 4.50 crore in Rushikonda for this. BR Ambedkar Study Circle Bhavan was constructed. The IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, etc. provide free training with corporate level facilities to the unemployed in order to get jobs in Civil Services competitive examinations. In fact, the study was supposed to start two years ago, but due to various reasons, the start was delayed. Training classes started here from January 2022.
This is the only study circle across the state. Activities in this building are being carried out under the supervision of the Social Welfare Department Headquarters in Vijayawada. The entrance test is conducted in July every year to train 100 students belonging to SC, ST, BC and Minority from all the districts of the state. According to the reservation .. Those selected on the basis of talent will be eligible to train here. Apart from training, accommodation and other facilities are provided free of cost by the government.
Candidates are best trained here. The three-storey building complex houses a library, three classrooms, two conference halls, furniture and computers for training activities. There are many facilities like separate hostels for male and female candidates. Succeeding at Civils requires an understanding of the strategies to be followed and the techniques to be followed. That is why special attention is being paid here. Classes are held two in the morning and two in the afternoon. Day after day there will be a mock test.