ALS Mentor Jojo Mathew IAS Coaching Classes launched in Goa

13 Aug 2019
Don Bosco Panjim

Rector Fr. Avin Carvalho welcoming Jojo Mathew

Weathering rains and strong winds, IAS aspirants from near and far gathered in the Bicentenary Hall of Don Bosco College, Panjim on August 9, 2019 to attend a seminar on cracking civil services exams. The crowd present for the seminar included people belonging to the age group of 18 to 30 years.

ALS Satellite Education is India’s largest coaching network having over 75 satellite centres across the country. With Don Bosco College as its first satellite centre in Goa, IAS aspirants will now have access to some of the best trainers, frontline faculty and study material coming straight from Delhi thereby bringing IAS coaching right to one’s doorstep.

Alisha Souza welcomed the gathering by introducing the dignitaries for the day Provincial, Vice-provincial and other priests of the Salesian family together with Principal of Don Bosco College, Dr. Cedric Silveira. They all partook in the customary lighting of the lamp after which they were presented with floral mementos.

Rector of Don Bosco Panjim, Fr. Avin Carvalho welcomed the audience and spoke about the necessity of such exams for people looking to serve society in a meaningful way.

Provincial Fr. Felix Fernandes speaking on the occasion said, it's an opportunity for the Goan people to serve Goans through administrative civil service jobs. He wished them all the best in their efforts to clear the exams and reach higher posts.

Speaker of the day Mr. Jojo Matthew with an experience of training over , India’s best IAS mentor having experience of training over 2000 IAS officers, acquainted the participants with his experience in the IAS coaching field. He shared his profound knowledge on the topic and highlighted how respectable and noble are the Indian Administrative Services.

Mr Matthew also tackled every question from the participants right from his opinion on the inclusion of a foundation course to how much time a student doing their first year of graduation should realistically devote to preparing for such exams. He also went on to break the study time according to subjects with stress on devoting at least an hour of newspaper reading every day. For those devoting themselves entirely to preparing for the exam, minimum three hours need to be spent on brushing up on optional subjects and another three hours for general studies he added.

Answering to the question on the change in the pattern of the IAS question paper, Matthew said, if you study diligently, no change can be a problem. Once something definite comes out, then accordingly we will mould and guide you in tackling it. For now, your focus should just be on preparing he reassured the participants.

The seminar ended with a boost of confidence to the eager aspirants as their goal of answering IAS now seemed a little easier.

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