Friday, August 19, 2022

Aspirers study centre inaugurated in Kohima


Aspirers study centre, a private facility designed to help civil service aspirants was inaugurated at Pioneers Institute, Pusa Complex, BOC, here on Wednesday.
Inaugurating the centre, UPSC All India Ranking (AIR) no 567 Viku L Achumi said that the study centre was a great opportunity for aspirants as the facility was equipped with a library, high speed internet, cubicles etc. among other features.
He said the importance of having a study centre for civil services exam aspirants was a huge addition to other facilities that were now available in the state.
Sharing his observation and experiences, Viku said due to lack of proper facilities in the Northeast region, many people moved to Delhi to prepare for competitive exams.
However due to financial constraints and other obstacles many of those aspirants fail to produce any concrete results thus creating scores of dejected youths who in fact were talented and capable at the same time willing to put their best effort into their aspirations.
He said the state today had good institutes and coaching centres, however, the absence of study centres strongly felt as those were also equally important.
Viku highlighted the need to create more room for motivation and competitive spirit. With these facilities, one does not need to move to tier 1 cities as facilities available here are at par with the ones in cities, he said.
Giving an introduction to the centre managing director of Pioneer Institute Kiviboto Sheqi said the inception of the centre was a satellite initiative of Pioneer Institute which was envisioned by principal accountant general, government of Nagaland, A Pitoho Chophy.


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