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Clarity of concepts & hard work key to success for joining Civil Services: ASP Vatsala Gupta

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Jalandhar, December 20, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Assistant Superintendent of Police Ms Vatsala Gupta today said that the students could join the coveted Indian Police Service (IPS) through clarity of concepts and hard work.

Interacting with the students during the ongoing Spark- career guidance mela here at the Guru Gobind Singh Stadium, the young IPS Officer of 2016 batch apprised the students about the mechanism to join the coveted force.

She called upon the students to pursue their dream of joining these services by hard work, dedication and commitment. Ms Gupta said that the civil services exams were conducted by the UPSC and PPSC adding that any graduate student could appear in the exam.

Describing good education as the key for success in life, the Assistant Superintendent of Police said that no aim could be achieved without getting quality education.

Hailing the unique initiative of district administration for organizing this mega event to ensure bright future of students, she said that this would be pivotal in grooming the career of students.

Ms Gupta hoped that taking inspiration from the mela, students would excel in varied fields and serve the country with utmost zeal and sincerity.

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