New delhi : Jamia Millia Islamia is pleased to announce that twelve students who have been coached at the Residential Coaching Academy run by the Centre for Coaching and Career Planning, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, have been finally selected for country’s most coveted civil services. These students appeared at the main examination conducted by the Union Public service Commission in December, 2013, followed by personality tests taken in the months of May and June.
The Residential Coaching Academy in Jamia, funded by the University Grants Commission, offered free coaching and residential facilities to students belonging to SC, ST, Women, and the Minorities categories. They were selected for their comprehensive coaching on the basis of an all India written test followed by individual interviews. They were subsequently taught in a variety of optional and compulsory subjects. Classroom teaching was followed by test series, feedback to them on their individual performance in various tests, and finally, a series of interview-based group interactions and mock interviews conducted by experts in the area.
Jamia’s Residential Coaching Academy has distinguished itself as a unique centre where civil services aspirants find an eminently conducive atmosphere. Highly responsive faculty, round-the-clock library facility, interactive sessions with invited speakers and guests, apart from their personal efforts at connecting with each other and in groups prepare the students for the kind of aim they are set to meet. This has been borne out by the results they have shown now and earlier. In addition to the civil services, at least forty six students of the Centre for Coaching and Career Planning got selected in a variety of central and state services. Right now, more than a hundred aspirants are preparing themselves for a variety of jobs including those who are set to write the civil services preliminary examination, 2014.
Details of students selected for Civil Services 2013 are as follows: