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Hyderabad: US based charity organisation ,Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC), in a noble initiative, have started Challenger Civil Services Academy in Moinabad area of Hyderabad in Telangana state of India.
The Academy was inaugurated in Hyderabad on Sunday, May 8th by Director General of Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB), AK Khan.
The main motive of starting the academy is to motivate more students to take up civil services exams and provide quality coaching at affordable cost to the local students who earlier had to rush to rush to Delhi for coaching. The academy also provides hostel facility for students coming from different parts of state.
“People aren’t aware of civil services exam in Hyderabad in comparison to northern cities likes Delhi and Rajasthan where more candidates apply for the coveted UPSC exam. With proper guidance, aspirants from Hyderabad can surely crack the exam,” said Chief Guest, DG ACB, AK Khan.
While appreciating the IMRC move of opening the Academy, Khan said, “Deserving candidates who are deprived of opportunities will get chance in the academy to prepare for the bright future. The academy will support and also encourage aspirants to be successful and the academy also aspires the society to get good civil servants.”
The academy will offer top tier civil services courses like UPSC and state PSC besides providing a launching pad for CLAT, Banking, Railways, SSC, CPF, IB exams and other state and central competitive exams.
A residential campus with hostel, internet facility and library is also made available for hostellers.
The Academy has three levels of courses. There are hundred seats in first two levels, where students of intermediate and undergraduate students can take admission. Student’s right after their 10th class exams can start preparing for civil services without hampering their regular class work. In third level there are only sixty seats.
“Our three tier integrated course provides the holistic approach to inculcate among our aspirants the natural inclination to succeed in competitive exams. As of now the registration of students to appear in entrance exam is in progress. We are getting a lot of applications,” said Mukesh Sahay, Director, CCSA.
The academy has made it mandatory to appear in the test for admission at Challenger Civil Services Academy. Qualifying criteria will be only based on merit acquired in the admission test. The academy will provide 50% fee wavier to the students who gets 90% and above marks in the entrance test whereas the students with 70-89% marks will get 30% fee waiver.
5% marks will be added on the merit marks of SC ST/OBC and Minorities. The entrance test is scheduled for Sunday, May 22nd.