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BTR govt signs MoU with Allen Coaching Institute

This MoU will have a provision for providing 11 months of free residential medical coaching to 50 deserving candidates

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HT Correspondent
KOKRAJHAR, April 27: Marking a significant milestone in the field of higher educational, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between government of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) and Allen Coaching Institute Pvt Ltd, Guwahati on Thursday at a programme held at BTC Secretariat, Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar.

Chief executive member of Bodoland Territorial Region, Pramod Boro, principal secretary Anurag Goel have signed representing the BTR govt, and Brajesh Kumar, centre head of Allen Coaching Institute, Guwahati Campus, signed the MoU agreement amidst presence of officials the BTR government and Allen Coaching Institute.

Notably, a significant milestone was achieved as BTR government’s flagship initiative, the ‘Bodofa Super 50 Mission (Medical)’, gained impetus with the signing of an MoU between Allen Coaching Institute Pvt Ltd and government of BTR.

The MoU shall provide 11 months of free residential medical coaching for 50 deserving candidates at the Allen Guwahati campus, preparing them for NEET 2024.

CEM Pramod Boro while welcoming the MoU agreement signed on Thursday, said that this is in line with BTR government’s commitment to provide free coaching services to medical aspirants from Bodoland region.

He asserted that the BTR government is fully committed to supporting the underprivileged meritorious students from the BTR who aspire to achieve big dreams, and the BTR government will ensure that their dreams are fulfilled in days to come.

He also said that this time BTR government has taken initiative for providing coaching for UPSC & APSC, medical, engineering from BTR region, the economically poor students will be getting education and free of coaching for their higher educational career.

“It is a delightful moment to have attended the MoU signing ceremony, where Shri Anurag Goel, principal secretary representing the BTR government, and Shri Brajesh Kumar, centre head of Allen Coaching Institute, Guwahati campus, signed the agreement. Hopefully, the MoU agreement is cementing better educational upliftment building up in the Bodoland region in near future,” Boro added.
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