Highlights on Abhyudaya Scheme 2021:
UP Chief Minister launched the Abhyudaya scheme under which students can avail free coaching for the competitive exams such as UPSC, IIT JEE AND NEET.
Mumbai: On 15th February 2021, Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, launched the Abhyudaya Scheme. It will provide free coaching to the students who cannot afford private coaching for competitive exams such as NEET, UPSC and IIT JEE. The scheme aims at providing quality tutoring to the students from rural areas, poor families and marginalised sections.
The chief minister interacted with around 50,192 students who were selected under the scheme through video conferencing.
Yogi Aditynath said, “Coaching under the scheme will begin from tomorrow [February 16]. I want to assure everyone that these classes will help aspirants achieve their goals. When about 30,000 competitive exam aspirants were stuck in Kota and Allahabad (both coaching hubs for competitive exams) due to COVID-19, we decided to have similar coaching facilities in the state.”
The chief minister emphasized that the scheme is meant for the holistic development of the youth. In the first phase of the scheme, coaching centres will be set up at the divisional level. In the second phase, they will be set up at the district level.
Every kind of facility will be provided under the scheme, from virtual doubt clearing sessions, interview calls, career counselling to subject matter expertise. Initially, from 16th February 2021 classes will begin in 18 divisions of the state of Uttar Pradesh under the scheme.
Adityanath added, “Keep making dedicated efforts towards achieving your dream and never rely on luck. Only when you show absolute commitment without any expectations, you achieve desired results.”
It is important to note here that The Abhyudaya scheme has received an overwhelming response. 50,192 candidates were selected out of more than 50 lakh candidates who applied for the scheme.