14-OCT-2016: The Residential Coaching Academy (RCA), Aligarh Muslim University recently organized the orientation programme for newly admitted students of Civil and Judicial Services.
Prof Md Kalimuddin Ahmad, Director, RCA introduced the Guests of honour, who earlier served as Directors of Coaching and Guidance Centre (CGC) and Residential Coaching Academy (RCA).
Prof Ahmad welcomed the Chief Guest, Prof Habibur Rahman, Honorary Treasurer, AMU and Founder Director of CGC.
Prof Rahman in his presidential remarks discussed at length the attributes that Civil Services aspirants must have such as strong will, commitment, competitive psychology, competitive ability, selection of proper optional subject, study of syllabi with previous papers, time management and personality development.
Meanwhile, Prof Ahmad encouraged students to inculcate the habit of reading an English newspaper daily and prepare their own notes on current issues of national and international importance.
Parvez Talib, Department of Business Management, in his speech quoted some successful stories from CGC. He discussed hurdles and hampers in the way of cracking Civil Services. He urged the students to know something of everything for better performance in the examination.
Prof Sagheer Ahmad Ansari (IAS), Department of Agricultural Economics and Business Management encouraged students to follow properly the stages of Confidence, Determination, Systematic Preparation and Selection of Proper optional subject for their preparations.
Prof Asmer Beg, Department of Political Science, quoted success story of a motivated girl from Bareilly who qualified Civil Services during his tenure as Director, RCA.
The students attending the programme later asked pertinent questions regarding preparation of civil and judicial services, which were answered with valuable suggestions by the panel of all former directors of CGC and RCA.
The programme was conducted by Prof Syed Ziaur Rahman, Deputy Director of RCA, while Dr Asif Khan, Assistant Director proposed the vote of thanks.