Mumbai : uFaber, among India’s handful bootstrapped and profitable edtech start-ups delivering hyper-personalized learning solutions for those aged 7 to adults, has announced a new initiative to benefit needy students currently preparing for UPSC to overcome the hurdles posed by the pandemic. It has come forward to support 5000 students on first come first served basis with the full fees waived off its industry leading UPSC prelims course (in all worth Rs. 1 Crore). The course consists of multi-layered tests, both subjective and objective across general studies and current affairs, expert counselling aiding better preparation besides helping each student effectively track their preparation and progress. Those who are interested need to visit https://www.
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Announcing the initiative, Rohit Jain, Co-Founder & CEO, uFaber, said, “We heard stories of many students from
across India and their struggle to stay on top and prepare best for the UPSC Prelims due to the current situation. For many of them it’s their life’s mission/ambition and while there are multiple attempts theoretically, it does help to do your best in the first attempt. Internally there was a quick consensus that this is the best and right way we can support and look forward to helping 5000 students in better preparing for their prelims this year. It’s our way of supporting and giving back in times like these.”