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Hamdard Study Circle to have Branches in Districts

 

New Delhi: To increase representation of the Muslim community in civil services in the country, Hamdard Study Circle has proposed with the cooperation of local influential Muslims to establish Hamdard Study Centers in District Headquarters and important cities of India.

“With a view to “catching them young” it is envisaged to select brilliant young Muslim boys and girls in the very first year of their studies in the colleges and to groom, encourage and prepare them for taking up the Civil Services as a serious career option,” says Hamdard Study Circle officials.

The Study Circle would provide academic inputs in the form of study materials, question papers and guidance with the help of Internet facility to be made available at these centers. Hamdard Study Circle has already sent its representatives to some District Headquarters in East and West UP and to Hyderabad. The response of the community is overwhelming. This may prove to be a revolutionary step and a turning point.

Hamdard Study Circle (HSC) was founded in 1992 by the Founder of Jamia Hamdard Janab Hakim Abdul Hameed Sahib with the active assistance of Mr. Saiyid Hamid, IAS (Retd.), former Vice Chancellor of AMU, Aligarh and presently Chancellor Jamia Hamdard to coach the young aspirants for competing in Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and other high-end services.

The Circle functioning under the aegis of Hamdard Education Society is headed by its Director Prof. Saiyid Aftab Ahmad Zaidi, M.Sc. (Alig.), Ph.D. (Toronto), F.N.A.Sc., Former Dean Faculty of Science and Director Academic Programmes, AMU. HSC has been ceaselessly trying to improve the percentage of success of Muslim candidates in the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Examination. So far, Hamdard Study Circle has been successful in placing 231 candidates in various Higher Civil Services of the country.

Based on the results of the written part of the Examination, held by UPSC in October-November, 2008 and the interviews for Personality Test held in March-April, 2009, a total of 791 candidates have been recommended for appointment to the Indian Administrative Service; Indian Foreign Service; Indian Police Service and Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’.

A total of 1,67,035 candidates appeared for the Preliminary examination and 11,849 candidates qualified for the Main written examination held in October-November, 2008. Finally, 2140 candidates were selected for the Personality Test conducted in March-April, 2009. The successful candidates include 625 male and 166 female candidates.

It is heartening to inform that 19 candidates out of 30 candidates from HSC cleared the preliminary Examination 2008. Sixteen candidates out of 35 coached at HSC cleared the Main Examination 2008. At HSC thirty-two candidates were coached for the Personality Test 2008 out of which eighteen have made it to the Civil Services. This includes sixteen Muslims and two Christians. This year, Vice Chancellor of Jamia Hamdard Dr. G.N. Qazi was personally involved in many sessions of mock personality tests conducted at HSC and gave very useful tips to aspirants.

It is also inspiring to note that this year the percentage of success of Muslim candidates has risen to 3.9% as against 2.5-3.5% during the last 25 years or so. It is hoped that efforts will be made to increase representation of community in civil services.

List Of Candidates Finally Selected 
 

S.No.

Rank

Name

 

State

Community

Category

1

26

Sarfaraz Ahmad

UP

Muslim

General

2

134

Imtiaz Ismail Parray

J&K

Muslim

General

3

139

Ayesha Rani

Kerala

Muslim

OBC

4

257

Basir Ahmad

AP

Muslim

OBC

5

303

Sabiha Rizvi

Rajasthan

Muslim

General

6

304

Anees Ahmad Ansari

UP

Muslim

OBC

7

382

Mashhood Ur Rehman Farooqi

UP

Muslim

General

8

453

Akhtar Hussain Ansari

Bihar

Muslim

OBC

9

499

Tariq Maboob

UP

Muslim

General

10

502

Geelani Basha K.S.M.

AP

Muslim

General

11

546

Faizan Nayyar

Bihar

Muslim

OBC

12

582

Mahfoozur Rehman

UP

Muslim

OBC

13

595

Md. Sadique Alam

Bihar

Muslim

OBC

14

603

Md. Salik Parwaiz

Bihar

Muslim

OBC

15

606

Md. Faizul Haque

Jharkhand

Muslim

OBC

16

619

Mohd. Yusuf Qureshi

MP

Muslim

OBC

17

705

Mangtnlen Haokiq

Manipur

Christian

ST

18

780

K. Hauthang

Manipur

Christian

ST


Total Number of Successful Candidates: 791

Total No. Muslims Selected: 31

Percentage of Muslim selected: 3.91

Highest Rank Attained by a Muslim Candidate: 20 (Ms. Sufiyah Faruqui)

 



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