Bureaucrats motivate RCA students to qualify UPSC exam


Aligarh : UPSC Civil Services Exam qualifiers, Mr Mohibullah Ansari (IPS 2021 Batch) and Mr Saifullah (IRTS 2020 Batch) motivated aspirants at the Residential Coaching Academy, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) to crack the civil services exams in a ‘Motivational-cum-Interactive Session’ on ‘Addressing the Challenges in Civil Services Exam Preparation and Leading a Path Towards Success’.

The young bureaucrats discussed how to go through a mammoth syllabus with constant hard work and dedication, utilise time astutely, concentrate with full dedication, and test oneself consistently with a robust study plan.

Mr Saifullah urged students to develop a competitive mindset, read newspapers, and work on presentable writing skills.

He delineated important strategies and the needed approach for qualifying the coveted civil services exam.

Mr Mohibullah Ansari discussed how to make proper schedules to avoid the negative feelings.

He asserted on maintaining confidence while preparing for the UPSC exams.

Presiding over the programme, Prof Imran Saleem (Director, RCA, AMU) said: “RCA is fully committed to provide all the required coaching and guidance facilities to the students. Our students have immense potential—which can lead them to success in competitive exams like the UPSC.

Prof Asiya Chaudhary (Deputy Director, RCA) presented memento to the speakers and urged students to follow their valuable tips in the exam preparations.

Dr Sablu Khan extended the vote of thanks.

Mohd Tariq conducted the session.