Our Delightful Journey with our Outstanding Alumni

RICE has been building a record of success for decades in the field of Competitive Examinations. The success of RICE from West Bengal in any kind of competitive examinations in the state or central government is unprecedented. This authentic truth has prolonged the steady growth of RICE over the years. There is no administrative area in the central government or especially in the state government where a trained candidate from RICS is not working as a bureaucrat or as an employee. Such a history has not been possible for any other educational institution in the entire state. The statistics of our success is the only source of our improvement over time.

Statistics Show Success

We can take a look at some examples of this. In 2016, 472 candidates passed the WBCS examination conducted by the State Public Service Commission, out of which 106 were trained candidates from RICE. In 2017, there were 249 final successful candidates, of which 39 were trained candidates from RICE. In 2019, there were 6 successful candidates for the post of SI of West Bengal Police, out of which 56 were trained from RICE. Out of a total of 1540 successful candidates in the PSC Miscellaneous Examination, more than 130 candidates have been trained by RICE.

Some of our recent successful stars have their own reactions

Susmita Mukherjee Chattopadhyay: 

RICE had helped me a lot to achieve success in the school service commission exam. All the teachers were quite cooperative and without them, I would not be able to achieve my goal. I had to work hard a lot to qualify for this tough exam.

Siv Tshering Sherpa: 

After completing my graduation I was working as a teacher in Bihar. My sisters decided that I should join Wbcs coaching in Siliguri RICE and then I joined in 2016. 10th of April 2016 was my first day in class and till then I had no idea what it was actually, what I knew was it was some exam that makes a BDO. Studying and gaining knowledge was so much fun and the fun multiplied when we teamed up for studying. With the proper guidance of the RICE faculties and resources thus provided I was able to crack the WBCS 2017 exam as a Revenue Officer. I was often against faculties and their teaching but it was just the beginners' immaturity and as time passed I started appreciating their efforts. My special mention goes to Kingsukh Sir, (English) one of the most gentle, smart, motivating, knowledgeable people I have ever met. Working hard was the only skill I had.

SOURAV CHATTOPADHYAY: 

I got attracted towards government jobs in the first place because of the opportunity  that it creates to serve one’s nation at various capacities and secondly, because of the job security and social prestige that a government employee attains. My family has also been into government service since decades motivated me towards choosing Govt. service as a career option and the only name that struck my mind was RICE while choosing a platform for preparing to crack the assessments. RICE with its systematically designed courses, learned trainers, apt infrastructure and cordial ambience has encouraged me to be a go-getter.

Rinku Sinha Roy: 

I feel proud to say that I am the first lady superintendent of the Eastern Railway. I embarked upon this prestigious journey in the year 1994 by joining RICE as an aspirant. With RICE on my side I not only attained success in cracking Railway examination but I also excelled in other competitive examination like Banking, Income Tax etc. I give all credits to my mentor Prof. Samit Ray and all my other trainers and my parents for guiding me and supporting me throughout my life.

Shrikanta Raja: 

My Dad was in defense, so from a young age, I thought I would walk this path too. But in the struggle to fulfill the dream, I realized how difficult the path is. Then I found RICE. Preparations began differently. And then the job in SI post became possible. Now everyone is very happy, proud of me.

Gourav Roy: 

My grandparents were all policemen. So from a young age, I had a dream that I would also be a policeman. I grew up under the siege of the regime. After becoming an SI in RICE training, everyone in the house is happy at the moment, because I am the fourth generation in the house to do a police job. It will take the family trend forward.

We strive for the Best

From Siliguri to Malda, from Asansol to Diamond Harbor, RICE picks up thousands of students every year from every corner of the state. Their own ability and with it the advice and quality guidance of our experienced faculty members continues to create a record of success every year. RICE is continuing its efforts to set an example in all fields of government jobs including railway, banks, PSCs, SSCs in upcoming years.