Aligarh: “Consistency, sticking to goals, inquisitiveness, time management and dedication is the key to success to qualify elite government services,” said Dr S A S Naqvi, Central Waqf Council (CWC), Ministry of Minority Affairs, New Delhi, while interacting with Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) students.
He was invited by the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) for an interactive session with students enrolled in the Civil Services and SSC-CGL Coaching programme of the current session.
During the session, Dr Naqvi shared his experience and perspective regarding elite government services examination.
He asked the students to understand and know why they are choosing government services and how to plan for it.
Dr Naqvi motivated the students to excel in the exams and to serve the Nation with full zeal and honesty.
He also handed over the first instalment of the check released by CWC for the new batches of the Civil Services and SSC-CGL Coaching programme and assured the commitment of CWC to support RCA students.
Dr Naqvi later visited the RCA library, computer room and the class rooms.
In the welcome address, Prof Saghir Ahmad Ansari, Director, RCA said, “It would have been very difficult to conduct coaching programmes at RCA without the support of CWC.”
Dr Shivangini Tandon, Assistant Director, RCA conducted the programme and Dr Asif Khan (Assistant Director) extended the vote of thanks.