Vaish federation help to Civils aspirant

Uppala Srinivas Gupta

Rama Krishna Sangem

International Vaish Federation (IVF)‘s Telangana branch has extended a cash assistance of Rs 1 lakh to Juluri Sandeep Kumar who is appearing for the Union Public Service Commission’s Civil Services main examinations. Sandeep cleared Prelims, results of which were announced recently. IVF, Vaishya federation in Telugu, is the body of Vaishyas at the international level. Sandeep is from Achampet in Telangana.

Telangana IT and Municipal Administration Minister KT Rama  Rao presented a cheque of Rs 1 lakh to Sandeep Kumar  at a function held at Taj Deccan Hotel in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad on November 29, TuesdayTelangana State Tourism Development Corporation (TSTDC) chairman and IVF Telangana president Uppala Srinivas Gupta presided over the function.

Minister KTR congratulated Sandeep Kumar and told him to work hard and get selected in the mains and interview too so that he can serve the people. Srinivas Gupta said that so far IVF has extended cash rewards to 23 candidates who cleared Civils Prelims in the last seven years for encouraging them to achieve their goals. Of them, most are from Telangana and a few from Andhra.

“We will continue to extended this help to Civils aspirants who cleared Prelims so that economic constraints will not restrict their dreams,” said Srinivas Gupta. According to him, some of those who had received help from IVF had cleared Mains and interview and got selected to the Civil Services. This will help those who cannot afford to prepare well for the mains of the Civil services exams, said Srinivas Gupta, national secretary of IVF.



Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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