Punjab: Will be able to do UPSC coaching for free, Bhagwant Mann made a big announcement

Pankaj Prasad
CM Bhagwant Mann
CM Bhagwant Mann

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has given a big gift to the youth of Punjab on Thursday.

The Punjab government will now get the youth of Punjab prepared for the IAS and IPS exams. They will not have to pay huge amount to private coaching institutes for UPSC preparation. The government will make arrangements to provide free coaching to the youth. Eight hi-tech centers will be set up across Punjab. All facilities from hostels will be provided in these.

The special thing is that any youth of Punjab will be able to take coaching in these institutes. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has announced this on Thursday. During this, he had reached Sector-35 Municipal Building to give appointment letters to 252 youths admitted in Health and Family Welfare, Electricity and Medical Research Department. He said that his effort is that the youth of the state should not face any problem in making a career. The government will work like the runway of the airport for the youth.

While giving the appointment letter, the CM told the youth that they should become role models for their area because when they reach their area with the appointment letter, many people will be affected by it. The government has so far given employment to 29946 youths in one year of its tenure. This in itself is a great achievement. Earlier government jobs were not available without recommendation. He understands the condition of the common man very well. He has recently regularized the service of those teachers who have been performing their duties for a long time.

It is worth mentioning that in the year 2009, when only 1.5 percent Punjabi officers were left in the three wings of the Indian Army, at that time the government had established the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Institute in Mohali. Where the youth of Punjab are selected every year on the basis of merit after the entrance examination. They are given free training and education of NDA for two years. About 170 officers have passed out from this institute so far.

Work started in the direction of making three new medical colleges

The CM said that work is also being done to provide better health facilities to the people in Punjab. The number of medical colleges in Punjab will soon increase to 16. The first installment has been released for the construction of Hoshiarpur, Malerkotla and Kapurthala Medical Colleges. Now the youth will not have to go to countries like Ukraine for medical studies. His effort is to create employment opportunities in the country. Earning abroad is not easy.

60 mohalla clinics will start on August 15

The CM informed that 60 new mohalla clinics would be opened on August 15 to provide better health facilities to the people. Last year 500 mohalla clinics were opened. There are 42 types of tests in these centres. Patients will be able to access their health records from anywhere with just one click on their mobile.

First UPSC coaching center will be opened in Moga

The first coaching center will be opened in Moga. Moga constituency's MLA Dr. Amandeep Kaur Arora gave information to the journalists. This coaching center will start from one to two months. The DC has been ordered in this regard by the CM.