Reputed coaching center for civil services ALS, Alternative Learning Studies has conducted talent hunt exams in Andhra Pradesh for finding prospectus students eligible for getting selected for Indian Administrative Service. Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management University’s Law College Director Dr Y Satyanarayana has distributed cash prizes to the candidates who stood in first three places at ceremonious function held at public library, Dwaraka Nagar.
This type of exams will help the students for improving their mental abilities’ said Dr Y Satyanarayana as participating in the program as a chief guest. ALS is doing yeoman service by removing stress from the student’s brains by organizing Talent Hunt exams, he added.
Every IAS aspirant should participate in Talent Hut test to get rid of psychological pressure’ said North Andhra Graduates MLC PVN Madhav while speaking on the occasion. After giving exam in Talent Hunt, main IAS exam will be much easier, he added.
I congratulate Suvvada Sindhura, head of local branch of ALS Coaching Center for organizing this type of test in Vizag’ said district education officer D Lingeswar Reddy.
Ch M T Gopal Rao, a native of Rajahmundry stood in first place and received Rs 20,000 cash prize followed by Renu Yadav who was give Rs 15,000 for second place and G Venkatesh received Rs 10,000 for third place, both from Vizag.