At total of 52 students of Liromoba Assembly Constituency who have qualified for the mains examination of the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competitive Examination (APPSCCE) got richly benefited by motivational talks and suggestions made by civil services examination achievers during an interaction cum recognition programme organized at a city hotel in Itanagar on Monday.
Addressing the candidates, Karbak said the interaction programme was an effort to provide a platform to the civil services aspirants to interact with experienced and senior civil servants and also to keep them motivated towards their goal in life.
Elated over the fact that more than 50 candidates have cleared the APPSCCE prelims from his constituency, Karbak at the same time said, the aspirants should not get carried away with the thought that they have qualified for the mains and take things lightly.
“This is only a milestone and there is a long way to go,” said the MLA who then went on to highlight the importance of human resource in regards to the development of a region or state.
“There has been a drought of APCS officers in my constituency for long, however, I have a feeling that the same will be over this time around,” said Karbak while appealing the aspirants not to confine themselves at state level examinations, but also to try to crack the ones in the national level.
The MLA on the occasion also gave away Rs 20,000 each and a few other gifts to all the qualified aspirants.
Speaking as one of the resource persons, Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner, Prince Dhawan gave his insight into the various aspects involved in realizing the dream of becoming a civil servant.
Dhawan, a UPSC topper himself, asked the students to have patience and advised them to work hard.
Yomcha ADC, Rujum Rakshap appealed to the aspirants to stay away from misapprehensions that government job can only be brought through backdoor entries or by money.