Jammu and Kashmir [India]Oct 15 (ANI): Indian Army has started free 2-month and half-month free CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test) training classes for aspirants under Pohrupet at Qaziabad Institute of Education, Karalgund in Kupwara District, North Kashmir.
The aim of these practice classes is to assist disadvantaged students with their studies and prepare them for the upcoming CLAT Exam, scheduled for December 18, 2022.
A total of 21 students including nine girls attend this training capsule at the Gaziabad Institute of Education, Karalgond in Kupwara District.
Hossein Loon, owner and co-organizer of the institute, told ANI that the full course is offered to the student free of charge.
“We offer training for grades 11 and 12, medicine and a foundation course for grade 10. The full course is free. We aim to make students qualified enough to enter the best universities in the country.”
Students for these classes are selected rigorously and intensively through examination, preliminary examinations, and personal interviews.
The CLAT tutorial consists of three hour evening classes with a series of tests on a weekly basis. The core group of faculty consists of seven teachers and a coordinator to guide and monitor students.
The students commended the efforts made by the Indian Army to educate the younger generation and urged it to organize such lessons in the future to engage the youth.
One of the students, Syed Fahim Gilani, said, “We have the opportunity to prepare for the CLAT exam. Many poor students are also benefiting from this. We are very grateful to the government for giving us this opportunity.”
“If we go to any private training center, we will have to pay 30,000 rupees. But, here we are preparing for CLAT exam for free. We are very grateful to the Indian army for organizing this,” said another student named Mohsin Amrin.
They thanked the Indian Army and said such programs motivate students to progress while promoting education in the valley. (Ani)
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