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A very proud moment for Jamia’s Residential Coaching Academy

108 JMI’s Residential Coaching Academy students qualify UPSC Civil Services (Prelims)

As many as 108 students receiving coaching for the Civil Services Exams at Jamia Millia Islamia’s Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) have qualified Prelims Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on August 18, 2016. 

The qualified students will appear in Civil Services (Mains) examination scheduled to begin from December 03.

Prof. Talat Ahmad, Vice Chancellor, JMI expressed his satisfaction over the performance of the students and hoped that they will qualify the Mains examination as well.

This year, a total of 200 students received coaching at the Centre. Out of this, 180 appeared for Civil Services (Prelims) examination and the remaining 20 wrote Provincial Civil Services (PCS) Exams and Bank POs among others.

Residential Coaching Academy (RCA), Centre for Coaching and Career Planning (CC&CP) JMI is providing free Coaching to students of Minorities, SC, ST and Women.  Apart from class room teaching, the Centre also conducts regular tests, expert lectures, mock interviews and 24×7 library facilities.  RCA also has free hostel facility for all the enrolled students. 

Over the last five years, the Coaching Centre of Jamia Millia Islamia has produced around 50 Civil Servants and 127 in class 1 Services at Centre & State levels.  This was all made possible because of rigorous training provided by Centre for Coaching & Career Planning in an organised and professional manner. Last year 12 students were selected in Civil Services.

Much of success of the Civil services aspirants getting trained at the Centre can be attributed to the organized and professional nature of the coaching.

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