01-OCT-2019: "I did not attend coaching for exam preparation": Farha Naaz, UP PCS (J) 2018 qualifier
Aligarh, October 1: The popular myth that it takes a superior, distinctive and an elite school background and perfect coaching institutes with record selection percentage to crack competitive exams was broken by Ms Farha Naaz Parveen, a law student of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Malappuram Centre, who qualified the UP PCS (J) 2018 exam without attending a coaching institute.
"I did not attend a regular coaching for my exam preparation," said Ms Farha adding that she comes from a UP Board schooling background during an interaction with students in Malappuram Centre where she was also felicitated.
Ms Farha, who clawed her way to success with sheer dedication, die-hard determination, commitment and proper guidance from teachers, urged students to have self-study routines for qualifying competitive exams.
"One of the major advantages of self-study is that students can take control over their own learning. It can be hard to get into the self-study right routine, but with the right approach, anyone can set themselves up with an unbreakable study routine," said Farha.
She emphasized on hard work and smart work aimed at achieving goals with quality to qualify competitions.
Giving the credit of her success to the teachers at the Department of Law, Malappuram Centre; Farha also shared tips for successful competitive exams preparation with the students.
Felicitating Farha for the success, Dr Faisal KP, Director, Malappuram Centre said that Farha's success story has inspired and motivated students.
In the welcome address, Mr Ghalib Nashter, Co-ordinator, Department of Law said that Farha's success is testimony to the quality education and student mentoring at the Malappuram Centre.
Mr Mohd Shakeel Ahmad proposed the vote of thanks.
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Related PicturesFarha in an ineteractive session at the Malappuram Centre