By Muslim Mirror News,
New Delhi, August 4: Civil services preliminary examination (2013) results have been declared by the UPSC. Fifty three students from the Residential Coaching Academy run by the Centre for Coaching and Career Planning, Jamia Millia Islamia, have qualified to appear in the final examination to be held in December, 2013.
The Centre for Coaching and Career Planning got a new lease of life when vice-Chancellor Mr. Najeeb Jung (now Delhi’s LG) made efforts to seek financial assistance from the University Grants Commission to establish a Residential Coaching Academy in Jamia.
With the establishment of this new facility, Jamia has initiated housing and coaching students from four categories—SC, ST, Women, and Minorities—to join civil and other services.
Students are selected after conducting an all India written test followed by individual interviews. The students selected are taught in a variety of optional and compulsory subjects. Teaching is followed by test series, feedback to them on their individual performance in various tests, and finally, mock interviews.
Admission process for the 2014 batch of aspirants will be initiated by the third week of August.