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NeoStencil expands its footprint in 'Rajasthan Administrative Services and Rajasthan Judicial Services'


NeoStencil, India's premier online platform for competitive exams preparation, made a successful foray in UPSC Online preparation with more than 140,000 students and 150,000 lecture hours since its launch. Bolstered by this success it has launched its new RPSC online preparation service of Rajasthan Administrative Services and Rajasthan Judicial Services in English and Hindi languages.

Appearing for competitive exams such as UPSC, state-level administrative services is a testing time for its aspirants, particularly so for those staying in smaller cities. Lack of good learning resources and experienced teachers have been the road blocks to their success in these examinations.

NeoStencil, launched by the alumni of AIIMS, IIT and IIM, revolutionized the concept of these test preparations by live streaming of lectures, virtual classrooms and best study material. It facilitated learning and preparation of thousands of students in smaller towns and cities across India.

Till date, more than 140,000 students have availed these services. In 2015 IAS results, 24 students were among the top 100 rank holders and over 300 students were selected into service.

This year, NeoStencil will begin online coaching for Rajasthan Administrative Services (RAS) and Rajasthan Judicial Services (RJS) starting May 2016. NeoStencil's unique All Rajasthan RAS Test Series will be available both online and offline through their Jaipur Center.

Deserving candidates will be given scholarships worth Rs. two lakhs as a launch scheme.

Recognizing the lack of good study material for vernacular students, this year, NeoStencil has started IAS preparatory courses in Hindi medium apart from their successful English medium IAS course.

Dr. Beejal, founder and CEO of NeoStencil said, "At NeoStencil, we are always driven by the ability to help ambitious students. These new undertakings allow us to connect students in Tier II, Tier III cities with the very best teachers for Civil Services preparation. These are the students who are very hard working but unfortunately have very limited access to quality preparation resources.

At the same time, bringing onboard more languages puts us on the way to becoming truly national and cater to all students irrespective of their location or language. Following our vision of equity in access to best education, we aim to become the number one online platform for test preparation and these are steps in the right direction.

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First Published: Wed, April 27 2016. 11:43 IST