“Lakshya Sarkari Chakri” – a window to the world of government jobs for aspirants
29th January , 2017 | PLACE : Kolkata Book Fair 2017
RICE BOOKS under RICE Publishers Private Limited, a RICE Group initiative launched a bi-lingual (Bengali and English) informative book “Lakshya-Sarkari Chakri ” – ‘Target-Government Jobs’ on 29th January 2017 at Kolkata Book Fair. The announcement was jointly made by Prof. Samit Ray, Chancellor-Adamas University & Chairman-RICE Group and renowned Prof. Dr. N.L. Mitra, Advisor to Chancellor (Former Chancellor-KIIT University) in the presence of other key members of the Group.
The first edition by RICE Publishers, the comprehensive handbook is an all encompassing collection of information related to government jobs. The book in fact serves as an encyclopedia to aspirants who are targeting to crack central as well as state government jobs in India. A complete guide to government jobs, the book provides a broader perspective on the subject. It includes topics ranging from the importance of government jobs to the minute details such as preparation methods for a wide array of government job exams, various syllabus, upcoming exam dates, tips to get success, FAQs and much more. The book has already started creating waves among job seekers.
Prof. Ray while addressing the media said, “With the launch of this book on government jobs, we want to ensure that all government job aspirants are totally equipped with all the information and details required to prepare and get success in central as well as state government jobs. The endeavor is to empower those students who are keen to achieve success in government jobs however need further guidance and accurate information to proceed towards their goal. This launch marks the beginning for RICE Publishers”. Prof. Dr. Mitra also asserted that “This book, which is an amalgamation of information on government jobs, will certainly go a long way in helping government job aspirants with handy tips to prepare for various exams and getting success in achieving their target jobs”.
Stall #15 - the 400 sq ft space inside the Kolkata Book Fair where the launch took place, was flooded with inquiries post inauguration ceremony. The inquiries came from aspiring candidates seeking a career in government job space as well as from students and people in general. The stall also showcased an architectural model of the Adamas Knowledge City campus in addition to Adamas University staff answering inquiries from people visiting the stall.