Students Islamic Organisation of India, Pune chapter organized an orientation lecture for graduation and post-graduation students on 29th Jan 2013 at Poona College of Arts, Science & Commerce in Pune in order to spread awareness about UPSC, MPSC & other Civil Service exams. More than 300 students attended in the lecture.
Mr. Farooque Naikwade (Founder and Director of Steel Frame Civil Services), Mr. Abdul Rehman (Addl. Commissioner of Police, Pune), Mr.Saleh Ansari (Chairman, Anjuman Khair-ul-Islam Trust) and Dr.G.M Nazeruddin (Principal, Poona College) were the guests.
Mr.Farooque Naikwade spoke on “How to prepare for UPSC/MPSC and other civil service exams”. He said that it’s not the examination which is difficult but lack of dedication towards it which causes students to fail. He motivated the students by giving practical tips on how to crack civil services. He gave detailed information about selection process and the curriculum. He also urged the students to understand scope and opportunities in Government Sector and Civil Services.
Mr. Abdul Rehman shared his own story, “A Journey of a common man to an IPS officer”. He urged the students to be updated with current national and international affairs which is very important part to achieve success in the Mains and Interview. He said that in the UPSC Civil Services Exam there is no discrimination at any level. he also. “Among the oblivious but potential candidates there is lack of information and lack of inspiration”, he added.
He suggested that the Ministry of Minority Affairs’ Free Coaching Scheme should be amended. The NGOs should be allowed to financially sponsor their candidates in the country’s most successful civil services institutes.
Mr. Saleh Ansari said that soon their college would start a library for Civil service exam aspirants where all the required services and guidance to the students shall be provided.
Mohammad Ali (Public Relation Secretary, SIO Maharashtra) said that the community as a whole should set an agenda to achieve the target. He appealed the students to contribute in the noble cause of nation building.