Mukhyamantri Abhyudaya Yojana:
Registration of this scheme with free coaching for the preparation of competitive exams for poor children will begin on 10 February, while the scheme will be officially launched on Basant Panchami by UP Chief Minister Yogi Adhitaynath i.e. The 16th of February. UP Chief Secretary R.K Tiwari has given operating orders. UP chiel Minster yogi Adhityanath. Under this program, the UP government supports students by providing free coaching, guidance, and different aspects of competition.
The candidate should be at least 21 years of age to qualify for the program.
The scheme provides free coaching for –
IAS, IPS, IFS, PCS, NEET, JEE (Mains & Advanced), CDS, NDA, and Other Competitive Exams.
Who will Provide this coaching:
State Level officers, Principals provide this coaching.
How to Apply online for Mukhyamantri Abhyudaya Yojana
The online process for applying for Uttar Pradesh Free Coaching introduced by the UP Government. As discussed, the scheme has recently been announced by UP Chief Minister Yogi Adhityanath. In this case, the government has not issued any clarification on the online application or registration process. We revised the official notice of the registration process of the program.
The Government can, however, invite applications online at the UP Government official portal.
Please read the official notification of the scheme before apply online.
Eligibility to apply for Abhyudaya Yojana
The applicant must be a permanent citizen of Uttar Pradesh. Students should be part of the Below Poverty Line. Applicants should provide all the required documents needed to qualify for the scheme.
Following is the list of documents that the applicants can send in order to qualify for a free coaching scheme.
- Passport-Size Photography
- Certificate of graduation
- Certificate of citizen
- Certificate in Secondary School
- Certificate of Income
- Certificate of caste
Selection Process For UP Abhyudhaya Free Coaching Scheme
Selection procedure of the UP Abhyudhaya Free Coaching Scheme for applicants.
- A total of 300 candidates will be nominated at the Mandal level.
- Out of these 300 students, the Board will pick 100 students to train IAS-PCS and 50 candidates for CDS, NDA, JEE, and NEET.
- Applicants should pass aptitude and general knowledge tests last year.
This test is carried out on the state-level learning network every year in August.
Just the students who have graduated will be eligible for coaching.
Students chosen for the exam will obtain Rs 2000 a month for a duration of five months as a tablet, instructional material.
Training will be offered by the government to the students chosen in the pre-examination process along with the residential facility.