The book has been authored with an aim to guide and offer solutions for the state civil service aspirants with fully solved solutions along with answer keys as per the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) exam pattern.
By Imna Longchar, TFM Nagaland Correspondent
A book published for the civil service aspirants from Nagaland was released on September 13 at Active Learner’s Academy (ALA), Naharbari, Dimapur.
The first ever book on Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) being published in the state, proprietor, ALA, Dimapur, Apem Hongvah, said that he is pleased to acknowledge on the details of the “comprehensive” lists of the “problem solving” exercises on numerical aptitude and also general ability coupled with reasoning and computer aided number system with proper answer keys and solutions.
Mentioning that despite many constraints faced with regard in the process of publishing the book, Apem said that the book itself has been authored with an aim to guide and offer solutions for the state civil service aspirants with fully solved solutions along with answer keys as per the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) exam pattern.
Also adding that ALA’s experience and grass root research has taught the academy that CSAT is an “achilles heel” if not for the many Naga state civil service aspirants amongst various other subjects, Apem, however, shared that with the publishing of the book would help the “thousand aspirants” in Nagaland to beat their most “vulnerable subject”.
He later expressed his gratitude to Viboto Kiho who according to him not only initiated in solving the questions but putting in all efforts in publishing the much needed book.
Meanwhile, a copyright and trademark notice on use of “intellectual property” has been issued stating that the module and all of its contents are protected by copyright, trademark and other laws under India.
Insisting on not to reproduce, enter into database, modify, post or perform publicly by any means or sell any intellectual property and information obtained from through this very module or any other materials provided for or made available by the institute in whole or part without the express permission of the Active Learner’s Academy (ALA), Dimapur, the proprietor of the institute, who once was also an aspirant in cracking the prestigious UPSC exams also credited that the institute has the distinction of garnering all information from sources.
Also with a commitment to serve as a guide for the competitive exam aspirants, Apem said “there may appear varied view, concepts and ideas” regarding the contents, methodologies and techniques used in solving the questions in the book for which he said it is left to the discretion of the readers to adopt “easier and understandable means” to solve the questions.
In commemorating the book release, the academy also organized a free class for the aspirants on how to strategize for NPSC prelims in its head office in Dimapur while similar programme was held at Hotel Aura, Raj Bhavan, Kohima, which drew impressive aspirants.