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Career Power launches ‘Ummeed – Education For Everyone’

MediaInfoline November 30, 2015
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Career Power, the leading Test Preparation Organization engaged in training students for government jobs and entrance exams, announces to provide free coaching to 10,000 financially weak aspirants across India by end of FY 15-16. As part of its voluntary CSR initiative called ‘Ummeed – Education for Everyone’, the test preparation pioneer is initially beginning the noble initiative at two of its branches in Delhi (Laxmi Nagar and Mukherjee Nagar). Based on the initial response, it is planning to offer the same across its other branches in Lucknow, Kanpur, Bhopal, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad in the first year.

Career Power has long term commitment towards giving back to the society and through its mastery over the years in bank and SSC exams, it ensures to support capable but monetarily weak candidates with the necessary training and helping them crack competitive exams like Bank PO and SSC. The scheme is open for students, whose family income is less than Rs.2 Lacs and those who have secures more than 50% marks in their graduation. Eligible candidates have to produce family income certificate, signed by a competent authority within one year from the date of submission, when applying for Free Coaching at Career Power.

Anil Nagar, CEO and Co-Founder, Career Power said, “Through this initiative, we want to support efficient, intelligent and hardworking students who want to be successful but lack the right kind of guidance or could not afford good education. Being grown up in a farmer family in remote UP, I could relate to the importance of rural aspirants in landing up with government jobs since time immemorial and so intend to provide the platform to such aspirants through “Ummeed” campaign. And this is the best way to celebrate our success and contribute to the society at large.”

“We feel that our success is attributed to the love, affection and acceptance given by students and society in general. So, it is our moral responsibility to give back to the society in our small way and we are highly optimistic about changing the lives of more than 50,000 students in the next 5 years through this annual campaign”, adds Saurabh Bansal, COO & Co-Founder, Career Power.

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