• Competitive Examination Guidance
    Last Updated On May 27 2015 1:40PM
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    Competitive Examination Guidance:
    MPSC.jpgThe present era is the era of cut-throat competitions. Quite naturally, the concept of quality in all the fields has become relatively significant and gained momentum in the present scenario. The boards like M.P.S.C. and U.P.S.C. conduct a variety of examinations to recruit quality personnel in the government offices. Now-a-days, with meager job opportunities at door, many qualified candidates strive hard to prove their qualitative bent of mind through such kinds of examinations. But as a matter of fact the result of the examinations of these Boards for the last couple of years are not satisfactory. The reasons attributed to this fact are that students lack proper guidance. And they also fall short of updated reference materials and most importantly the lack the desired atmosphere for the same. For the rural students the condition is still worse since the system does not meet their poor economic condition and as a result, these students are unable to snatch these opportunities.

    In order to help such rural students and to awaken and intensify their talent, the Rayat Shikshan Sanstha initiated Competitive Guidance Centre at Satara in 1996. With minimum amount of fees the Centre organizes lecture-sessions of eminent resource persons. Resourceful expertise, up-dated library facilities, internet facility, separate study-rooms are what the aspirants avail of at this centre. It is a matter of great pride to state that more than 315 students of this centre have been recruited at various Governmental positions and have been carrying out the responsibilities quite magnificently. Apart from this, it is an honour to acknowledge a very large number of PSI officers working efficiently. The centre has earned reputation as one of the best centres in and around Maharashtra. Like the centre at Shivaji College, Competitive Examination Centres have been established at all the colleges of the institution. Efforts are being made to develop the divisional centres at Vashi, Shrirampur, Pimpri, Karad and Pandharpur respectively. In order to strengthen the centres the Karmaveer Vidya Prabodhini has donated sets of books worth Rs.9000/-. Along with these seminars, workshops for teachers are organized. It is firmly believed that through these centres the awareness of the rural student will definitely be strengthened.
    Last five years Centre achievement :

    Year Class 1 Class2 Class3 Total
    2009-2010 03 32 08 43
    2010-2011 11 22 18 51
    2011-2012 01 38 20 59
    2012-2013 02 52 24 78
    2013-2014 05 16 21 42
    2014-2015 0 20 22 42



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