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  • HOJAI: Two IAS aspirants from Assam in New Delhi have received a huge encouragement when the Ajmal Foundation announced the duo as the beneficiaries of a scheme meant to help the civil service aspirants. Shoma Roy, a local resident of Lanka would get a financial assistance from the organization to pursue coaching for the civil service examination. The engineering graduate is preparing for the examination in New Delhi.
  • Another beneficiary is Shama Parveen, who hails from Dhakuwakhana in Lakhimpur.
  • Both they received the assistance at a brief function in Hojai on Monday.
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