To boost up the spirits of the students and for offering them a brushing session for the Civil Services Exams, Rajasthan University has announced to commence guest lectures for Civil Services aspirants by reputed IAS Officers. These lectures would be offered to the students studying in the University and its constituent colleges.
The IAS Officers are to share their own experience with the country’s most competitive test and also the tips and tricks to crack the exams with meritorious scores. The lectures would also offer some effective tactics for cracking the interviews with added interface of real like interview sessions.
The idea was put forward by Mr. Rajeshwar Singh, the newly appointed Vice-Chancellor of RU and former VC of MLS University, Udaipur. The intention behind this move of Rajasthan University is to regain the long lost reputation of the varsity. The varsity was once on the top position in the list of Indian Universities producing the maximum number of IAS officers.
The dean of students was directed to start the necessary arrangement in order to instigate the process by Singh this Friday. University Administration has started identifying officers who would deliver the lectures on the campus.
In an interview, the Chief Public Relations Officer of RU, Mr. Bhupendra Singh Shekhawat said, “In the first phase, these sessions will be held for hostel students. Later, it will be organized for other students of the university and its constituent colleges.” Students’ union office has also been asked to identify students who have recently cleared RAS examination and to felicitate them in order to build a relationship with them, he added.
The responsibility to pursue all the necessary arrangements for the scheme has been assigned to the Dean of students, who has already started the process. The primary focus is to channelize with the IAS Officers posted in Jaipur.
The notification for the Civil Services Examination is to be out on 22nd February, while the last date for the form submission is 17 March. The University is on its toes to improvise its results in the upcoming Civil services exams and with this scheme, in place, the results are to boasts with success.