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DSP Vikas Chandra Srivastava is no less than a messiah for poor students preparing for competitive exams in Jharkhand. His’ DSP. Is the list of people seeking free coaching from schools and other prestigious jobs in the state, including the All India Service and administrative and police services, getting longer? He is preparing hundreds of poor and backward people for competitive exams through classrooms and free online schools. Not only Jharkhand, but students from neighboring Bihar are also benefiting from his free coaching.
Helped more than 60 people become officers
According to a News 18 report, DSP Vikas says that so far 16 of his students have been selected as DSPs and 25 for administrative services and other cadres. In 2012, 62 of his students were selected for the posts of Inspector and Sergeant at a time. More than 60 students studying under his coaching have passed several examinations conducted by the Bihar and Jharkhand Public Service Commission. In addition, more than 100 students have passed the Police, SSC, Sergeant and other competitive examinations.
Out of 252 students of DSP Srivastava, 32 are JPSC students
Out of 252 candidates who passed the final round of Jharkhand Public Service Commission’s 7th to 10th examinations, 32 have taken coaching from them. He has been honored for the work by Jharkhand Education Minister Jagannath Mehto and has been invited to his residence on Sunday. Vikas Chandra Srivastava, a resident of Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, is a third batch DSP of JPSC.
We have been doing this since the days of preparation
The passion for preparing for competitive exams and helping others has been there from the beginning. He also taught history and general knowledge to fellow students while he was preparing for competitive exams. Interestingly, in the same year that he passed the Jharkhand Civil Services exam, six of his graduates also passed the UPSC exam. Even after becoming a DSP, his passion remained and wherever he was posted, whether in Ranchi or Deoghar, he devoted his time to teaching students.
Online coaching started because of Kovid
They have moved to online classes since it was not possible to take regular classes because of Kovid. He has continued to guide hundreds of students through this medium during the epidemic. Since July 2021, he has been running a YouTube channel called ‘DSP Ki Pathshala’, in which 500 students prepare for competitive exams four to five days a week. He currently has over 47,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel. In addition, he guides students through many other social media.
A student was paid Rs. 40,000 out of salary for admission in NIT
DSP Srivastava, 47, is currently posted at the Investigation Training School in Ranchi. JPSC 6th batch topper Suman Gupta and another topper Ashok Bharti also enlisted his help in preparation. However, this help from DSP Sahib is not limited to getting ready. He has also provided financial assistance to poor and backward students as and when required. A student from Madhopur had qualified for NIT two years ago but did not have money for admission. Then, DSP Vikas Chandra Srivastava gave him Rs 40,000 from his salary. In addition, he is providing books and other study materials to countless students. (Photos courtesy: YouTube)