Gadchiroli Sept. 29 (District correspondent) In order to enable the scheduled caste students from the affiliated colleges of Gondwana University to stand on their own feet and become self-reliant, to acquire the strength of skills, the non-resident training classes of Babasaheb Ambedkar Institute of Research and Training, Pune (BARTI) for competitive examination will soon be organized.
If a student is thinking of preparing for the competitive exam in a place like Pune, it costs a lot of money for things like accommodation, canteens, textbooks, books, classes etc. The fees for the classes are also high and the comman students can’t afford it.
The University had submitted a proposal to the BARTI for the cost of training and other matters. The said proposal has been approved and an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has recently been signed between Gondwana University, Gadchiroli and BARTI, Pune. Mr. Sunil Ware, Director of BARTI and Dr. Anil Hirekhan, Registrar of Gondwana University signed the MOU.
Accordingly, the training class will start at Gondwana University shortly. For this, applications will be invited in the prescribed format for training programs under the non-resident free competitive training class program for scheduled caste youth. To start this Centre in Gondwana University, Registrar Dr. Anil Hirekhan has made special efforts.
This training is completely free and the entire cost of the training will be borne by BARTI, Pune. Gondwana University has facilitated non-residential training. Selected candidates will be scrutinized based on the criteria from the applications received from the interested trainees. In this the students will get a scholarship of Rs.6000.
In this regard, a meeting was held recently and the process of admission to the training class will be started soon, said the coordinator of the centre. Prof. Dr. Santosh Suradkar.