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    Launch of IAS / IPS / GPSC Training Center at DJMIT Engineering College Mogar

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    Training Center of AIGATE (Ais & GPsc Aptitude Training and Exam) was started at Dr. Jivraj Mehta Institute of Technology, Mogar at Anand by Charuttar Education and Innovation Trust. It is for for selection in important government jobs related to IAS / IPS / GPSC through competitive examinations.

    The director and mentor of this training center and former chartered officer M.B. Parmar gives information about the facilities and fees available at the IAS / IPS / GPSC Training Center. He hoped that the aspiring candidates from Anand-Kheda and Vadodara districts would get a good opportunity to build a career in this center.

    As chairman former chartered officer Dr. D.H. Brahmbhat said that IAS / IPS and other chartered officers with vast experience in public administration would provide guidance to the newly started AIGATE Center by actively associating with the organization.

    Giving information about the important scheme for the candidates undergoing training in AIGATE Center, the Chairman of the Institute said that under HM Patel Award, one lakh will be given to the candidates selected in IAS and IPS, while Fifty thousand will be awarded to those selected for Income Tax, Customs like central government services. As well as the candidate selected in the Deputy Collector cadre in GPSC, a cash prize of twenty five thousand will be given by the centre.

    Under other schemes of the institute, Shri Bhailalbhai Patel Scholarship for Civil Services Examinations will be given by AIGATE Center in general and OBC category as per the income norms fixed by the government and the fee of all SC / ST candidates will be given in the form of 25% scholarship. Scholarship of 50% of the fee will be given to the students studying in the final year and 25% of the fee will be given to the pass out students of DJMIT College.

    Other trustees present at the event, Anandbhai Joshi, Sanjaybhai, Executive Director KM Solanki congratulated the Center for its success. The AIGATE training Center will solicit online applications from the candidates seeking admission from the day of Gandhi Jayanti on 2/10/2020. Candidates from Anand, Kheda and Vadodara districts who want to take training in this center have been requested by the institute.

    For more information, the candidates can visit website of DJMIT College of Engineering www.djmit.ac.in or contact the office of AIGATE Training Center at the institute between 10 am and 9 am.

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