NSS officer providing assistance to aspiring Indian Army personnel

Mysore: NSS Officer Raghavendra has found satisfaction by providing free training to hundreds of young aspirants in almost all rural areas who want to join the armed forces.

Dr. Kapoor is a resident of Baburayana of Srirangapatna taluk of Mandya district. R. Raghavendra (39) has trained hundreds of military aspirants over the past seven years.

Raghavendra has completed his MPED and is doing a PhD in sports. He has served as a physical teacher and NSS officer in many colleges. About 30 to 40 candidates are registered and trained every year.

At 5 am, at least 20 army aspirants will arrive at the Srirangapatna Taluk Stadium, where Raghavendra will be training in the process of recruiting the army.

Raghavendra, who currently serves as an NSS officer at Seshadripuram Degree College, Mysore, helps the aspirants get away with physical exercise in a short space of time and helps them with the written exam preparation. They provide the necessary learning tools with their own money.

At least 10 students trained by Raghavendra are recruited in different forces. Vithal, who is currently serving in the Army Service Corps (ASC) in Bangalore, says that Raghavendra’s training helped him to join the Army.

Raghavendra also trains military, police, forestry and RFF recruitment. Raghavendra is also training many young women as they are allowed to join the army of women aspirants. Raghavendra says that it will guide you to reach the goal in a specific way.


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