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USTM students shine in UGC-NET, GATE & SLET

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HT Bureau
GUWAHATI, Aug 12: The unique Pay Back Policy of the
University of Science and Technology Meghalaya (USTM) is
practically paying back to students in terms of excellent results
and the entire course fee as a reward from the university. As
per results declared in 2023, as many as 64 students from the
university have cleared the competitive exams of UGC & CSIR
Speaking on the occasion, Mahbubul Hoque, chancellor of
USTM said that the university is giving such incentives to
students so that students become more competitive and
motivated. Hoque said that USTM is committed to its assurance
that no brilliant student should be deprived of pursuing higher
education only because of their financial incapability.
Congratulating the students on their achievement, Dr Azmol H
Barbhuiya, academic registrar of USTM said, “Our students are
continuously shining in national level competitive exams and in
the coming days USTM is committed to guiding the students to
perform better. The effort will be intensified through the NET

forum of the University which is providing free coaching to our
student aspirants.”
Trishna Thakuria, director, University NET Forum stated that Rs
1.3 crores have been returned to former students as an
incentive of university best practices under the Payback Policy
to NET achievers. “To encourage the students to qualify NET,
GATE, SLET, IAS, or any other top-level competitive
examinations conducted by state & central govt, USTM has
introduced the Pay Back Policy wherein students of the
University who qualify for these prestigious examinations shall
get back their fees. Special coaching & guidance facilities are
provided for the aspirants of various competitions”, she added.
As part of its Outreach Mission, USTM takes the honour of
imparting free coaching for National Eligibility Test (NET), State
Eligibility Test (SLET), Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering
(GATE), Banking, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and other
allied services for the students of USTM through Centre for
Competitive Examination. NET-Forum is an integral component
of this Centre for Competitive Examination and has been
functioning successfully since 2017.

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