We live in the 21st century when even an ordinary person has a hectic schedule on daily basis. Amidst all this, an IPS (Indian Police Service) officer has set the internet buzzing with his unique initiative for the society. This Indian Police Service (IPS) Officer, Sandeep Chaudhary is in the spotlight recently for giving free coaching classes to the UPSC aspirants in Jammu.
Sandeep decided that his life’s goal is to help the younger generation realise their potential. So, he is equipping the budding aspirants to clear the entrance examinations. According to the Tribune, this young IPS officer started with a small circle of 10 aspirants but now the strength has increased to 150.
Aspirants have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to competitive exams as they are never an easy task. These aspirants are lucky enough to get the much-needed assistance and coaching from this IPS officer.
Initially, Sandeep Chaudhary started training aspirants for the J&K Police Sub-Inspector Examination scheduled to be held on June 24. Also, he has been coaching aspirants who are appearing for SSC, banking and UPSC exams as well.
Sandeep Chaudhary starts his classes from morning 8 am to 10 am at the Rani Plaza Banquet Hall in the Nai Basti area of Gandhinagar. Not all can afford to pay coaching class fee as there are other centres in that area. Thanks to Chaudhary. It’s because of him, pupils are gaining a broad spectrum of knowledge.
IPS officer Chaudhary in an interview to The Tribune, said that, cracking the tough exams is possible even without ‘costly coaching’. He adds that aspirants with decisive approach, determination to pick up knowledge through participation adds belief in the aspirants.
“Getting through tough exams is possible even without costly coaching. Focused approach and learning through participation also leads to faith of the youth in the system. We can help youth in building their careers,” he told The Tribune.