AMU shares news on their official Twitter handle
Four students of the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) have cleared the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) examination and have been appointed at various departments in the State.
Congratulating the students, vice-chancellor of AMU, Tariq Mansoor, said that the well-deserved success and impressive achievement of these students have come due to their sheer hard work and the guidance of faculty members. VC has also hoped that there will be more improvements in the RCA results in the upcoming years.
The four students include Mohammad Jafar, appointed for the post of assistant director, social welfare department, MD Ataul Haque, selected as block panchayat raj officer and Sadaf Alam and Satendra Kumar as revenue officers.
AMU shared the news on their official Twitter handle as well, stating, “Four students of Residential Coaching Academy (AMU) have qualified Bihar Public Service Commission exam #VC @ProfTariqManso1 Congratulated the students & said that well-deserved success has come due to their sheer hard work & guidance of faculty members.”
RCA director, Imran Saleem, said, “ In the pandemic year, our students qualified UPSC Civil Services, State PSCs, SSC CGL, Judicial Services, and Combined State Engineering Services exam among others. Besides the mock tests and interviews, students also get to interact with senior bureaucrats through panel discussions.”
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