SHILLONG, Sept 14: Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma officially announced scholarship worth Rs 95 lakh for 100 IAS aspirants by Govt of Meghalaya under Chief Minister Career Guidance and Counselling scheme to ALS IAS Institute (India’s largest IAS Coaching network with 75 centres across India and more than 2600 selections in UPSC till date).
National Sales Head Prateek Bhattacharya also announced scholarship worth Rs 45 lakh for 100 students by ALS under the ALS CSR initiative for the youth of Meghalaya. This historic announcement has now created opportunity for 200 talented, needy and deserving IAS aspirants of Meghalaya to avail of Scholarship worth Rs 1.4 crore for UPSC coaching.
Sangma urged the youth of Meghalaya to avail of this opportunity and make the state proud in the coming years.
Prateek Bhattacharya also announced the Mega IAS Scholarship Exam which will be conducted on September 29 at 11am in all Districts of Meghalaya under the supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of respective district to select the top 200 IAS talents of Meghalaya who will be trained at either of the two authorised ALS learning centres in Shillong (Moreau Institute of Integral Training) and Tura (Don Bosco College of Teacher Education) to compete in UPSC exam next year.
Sangma also urged the Deputy Commissioner of each district to personally supervise this exam to ensure that top IAS talents of the State are attracted. He also stated that with this initiative taken by the Government it will be reaching out to the most remotest part of the State and attract the top IAS talents who are needy and deserving and can avail of this Scholarship for their Coaching and be able to produce results from Meghalaya in Civil services in the coming years.
ALS salutes the vision of the cheif minister and would like to put in a special vote of thanks to the Principal Secretary Planning, Joint secretary Planning and Director of Sports and Youth Affairs for their continuous guidance and support.