Four students of the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) have become officers by clearing the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) examination. These include Muhammad Zafar, Muhammad Ataul Haq, Sadaf Alam and Satyendra Kumar. Congratulating the successful students, Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor said that they deserve it. He has achieved this feat with hard work, dedication and the guidance of the faculty. I am hopeful that RAC will do more brilliantly in the future.
Muhammad Zafar has been appointed as Deputy Director in the Social Welfare Department, while Muhammad Ataul Haque has been appointed as Block Panchayat Raj Officer, Sadaf Alam and Satyendra Kumar as Revenue Officer.
RCA’s Direct Professor Imran Saleem said that during the disaster, our students have achieved success in the examinations of Union Public Service Commission-UPSC, Bihar Public Service Commission, Uttar Pradesh PCS and Judicial Services, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand and other states. He said that in RCA, students would be interacted with senior officers. Panels are organized.
The students of AMU and Jamia are making a mark in the Bihar Public Service Commission examination. Where four students of AMU and 15 students of residential coaching of Jamia Millia Islamia University of Delhi have been selected.
Jamia Vice Chancellor Professor Najma Akhtar has congratulated the students for their excellent performance. And also thanked the faculty. Actually, both Jamia and AMU universities are running residential coaching for administrative services.
In this, Jamia has made a great identity in a short time. In the last years, more than 40 students have been selected in the country’s most prestigious Union Public Service Commission examination every year.