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IPS officers to teach young civil services aspirants

The officers have been preparing the list of students secured more than 90 percent in 10th and 12th

Policy Pulse
Publish Date: Jun 27 2016 2:00PM | Updated Date: Jun 27 2016 2:00PM

IPS officers to teach young civil services aspirants
The world is huge and there are people who live in this he world with small hearts but all people are not like some people and vice versa.  There are some people like IPS officers serving in Madhya Pradesh city who have united themselves to teach young aspirants especially children of police employees who want to become civil servants and that too free of cost.
 
 
According to ‘babusofindia.com’, these officers have been preparing the list of students who have secured more than 90 percent in 10th and 12th. 
 
 
The coaching will be held at Nehru Nagar Police Lines. 
 
 
The idea has originated in a senior IPS officer, Rishi Kumar Shukla’s mind. The officer is going to become DGP of Madhya Pradesh on June 30. 
 
 
The officers include Mayank Awasthi, who is a 2012 batch engineer turned IPS, Ajay Singh, originally from Lucknow and Deepak Shukla.