Young Jammu IPS Officer Sandeep Chaudhary Offers Free Exam Coaching to Aspiring Students

Apart from serving the public, Sandeep Chaudhary, Jammu’s (South) SP is assisting around 150 aspirants to get ready for high-level examinations including the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC), Staff Selection Commission (SSC), banking and J&K Police Sub-Inspector.

Not only this, Sandeep Chaudhary gives coaching free of cost.

With little in the way of private enterprise in Jammu, administrative service offers young people the most excellent shot at attaining an established profession.

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Chaudhary started this special program with only 10 pupils who wished to appear for the J&K Police Sub-Inspector Examinations that get planned for June 24.

But the most intelligent 2011-batch Indian Police Service official kept on expanding the reach of his coaching classes with the intent to incorporate hopeful candidates for other examinations such as UPSC, SSC as well as banking.

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At the present time, Sandeep Chaudhary gives coaching to approximately 150 aspirants for a period of two hours. He starts his coaching class at around 8:00 a.m. that lasts till 10:00 a.m. at the Rani Plaza Banquet Hall in the Nai Basti region of the Jammu region.

The high profile police officer told media, “Employment is the largest challenge for the youth and making them capable of achieving their professional goals helps them become better citizens.”

Even though there are a number of institutes offering up good coaching, in the surrounding area, a lot of pupils cannot have enough funds for the very high fees the institutions demand from the students.

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Sandeep, who belongs to the Ferozepur region in the state of Punjab, completed his BA and MA from the Indira Gandhi National Open University before passing out UPSC, the most coveted and hard-hitting exam in the globe.

He added up, “Getting through tough exams is possible even without attending expensive coaching classes. I feel the youth don’t get much exposure in Jammu while preparing for competitive examinations. My small step aims to provide a platform to such aspirants so that they can achieve their goals.”

by Vijay Singh | Thu, Jun 07 - 02:19 PM

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