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RAU's IAS: A beacon of success for J&K UPSC aspirants

Established in 1953, RAU's IAS has earned a reputation as one of the top institutes, providing comprehensive knowledge and coaching.
12:34 PM May 03, 2024 IST | GK Web Desk
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Srinagar, May 03: RAU's IAS study circle, a renowned platform for UPSC aspirants, has been instrumental in guiding and mentoring candidates, leading to remarkable success stories in the UPSC civil services exams.

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The academy's interview guidance programme has proven highly fruitful, attracting not only aspirants from various states but also successful candidates from J&K as well.

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Anmol Rathore, securing All India Rank (AIR) seven, and Manan Bhat, securing AIR-88, lauded the academy's mock interview sessions for their valuable insights. "I took guidance from RAU's IAS study center, and it was really helpful for me," Manan Bhat said.

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The RAU's influence extends beyond J&K, with candidates like Harnit Singh Sudan (AIR 177), Suvan Sharma (AIR 412), and Bhamare Sagar Sanjay (AIR 523) benefiting from its mock interviews and guidance programmes.

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This consistent success is not new. Candidates from J&K have been seeking guidance from RAU's IAS for several years.

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Established in 1953, RAU's IAS has earned a reputation as one of the top institutes, providing comprehensive knowledge and coaching.

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The CEO of RAU's, Abhishek Gupta highlighted the significant representation of J&K candidates in recent UPSC exams, with 16 selections from the region in 2022 and 11 in 2023. Many J&K candidates have consistently ranked within the top 10 and top 100, showcasing their commitment and excellence.

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Gupta attributed this success to various factors, including the unique socio-political environment of J&K, fostering resilience and determination among its youth. Mentorship plays a crucial role, with successful candidates from previous years mentoring new aspirants, creating a supportive ecosystem.

He said that advancements in educational technology and internet access have also democratised access to quality guidance, benefiting aspirants preparing for the exam.

The CEO emphasised that J&K's candidates' achievements reflect a trend of enduring perseverance, community support, and improved educational infrastructure, leading to a growing number of success stories in the UPSC exams.

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