UPSC Civil Services Exam: Modi government can bring women super 30 for the preparation of UPSC Civil Services

UPSC Civil Services Exam: Modi government can bring women super 30 for the preparation of UPSC Civil Service. Union Minister Jitendra Singh has suggested to introduce Women Super 30 for women candidates preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examination. According to an official statement, she suggested Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani to take initiative in this regard. He conceived the idea while he was in video conferencing with the faculty of Lal Bahadur Shastri National Administrative Academy, Mussoorie.

UPSC Civil Services Exam: Modi government can bring women super 30 for the preparation of UPSC Civil Services

The Union Minister Smriti Irani and other officials of the ministry were also involved in the video conferencing, the official statement said. During this time issues related to the National Gender Center and all round development of women and children were discussed in LBSNAA.

Jitendra Singh appealed to the Minister of Women and Child Development to create a Women’s Super 30 group for women candidates preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examination so that they can focus and prepare for the exam.

UPSC Civil Services Exam: Modi government can bring women super 30 for the preparation of UPSC Civil Services

UPSC Civil Services Exam: Modi government can bring women super 30

Super 30 is a famous engineering coaching institute in Patna where poor children are prepared for IIT JEE. It was founded in 2002 by mathematician Anand Kumar and former Bihar DGP Abhyanand.

Jitendra Singh said, for the last few years, women have been doing very well in the Civil Services Examination. She is continuously coming in the list of toppers. Ira Singhal in 2014, Tina Dabi in 2015 and Nandini in 2016.

Singh said, now women candidates from every state are doing well. In Mussoorie Academy, 20 to 23 percent of probationers are women. Here, women also have an important role in faculty. Every year, lakhs of candidates who aspire to become IAS, IPS officers appear for the UPSC Civil Services Examination. This exam is considered to be one of the most challenging competitive examinations in the country.

Other services including Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS) and Indian Foreign Services (IFS), Railway Group A (Indian Railway Accounts Service), Indian Postal Services, Indian Postal Service, Indian Trade Services through UPSC Civil Services. Is selected for. UPSC Civil Services Examination is conducted in three stages – Preliminary, Main Examination and Interview. Final merit list is released on the basis of performance in main examination and interview.