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15-month free intensive coaching to crack civil service exams

Maulana Azad Urdu National University is conducting a FREE 15-month rigorous training programme to crack Civil Service Examinations at its campus in Gachibowli, Hyderabad.

The training starts from July 2017.

Prof Amir Ullah Khan, Director of the Coaching Academy, said that interested candidates can apply from website and take online entrance test any time till 9-June-2017. “Candidates who clear the written examination will be called for an interview at the CSE Academy in June,” he said.

The course structure includes the syllabus for Banks, Railways and Armed forces exams. The medium of instruction for the training programme is English and training is imparted by experts, eminent persons and senior officials.

As the programme is sponsored by Govt of India, there will be no training fee charged from the students. However, nominal admission and library fee will be collected.

It is mandatory for all students to stay in the campus. There is separate hostels for boys and girls. Monthly approximately Rs 2000 will be collected from the candidates. No fee is collected for other facilities offered.

The Online examination will consist of one essay question and 50 multiple choice questions in general studies and current affairs.

“Out of 4,500 IAS Officers in the country only 258 are from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana compared to 619 from Uttar Pradesh and 402 from Bihar. The people of Telugu speaking states should avail this opportunity more because this is one of the few coaching centers offered by the Central government in all of South India,” said the director.

For more details call 8712900055

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