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Civil Services Exams Training Undergoing at Hajj Bhavan Karnataka

– Mohammed Atherulla Shariff

Bengaluru, June 11: The very first batch of candidates undergoing coaching for competitive examinations at Hajj Bhavan here have succeeded in different state department recruitments like police. Under the auspices of the Directorate of Minorities, a batch of 400 candidates is undergoing training for the central and state civil services examinations like IAS and KAS.

This was announced by the Minister for Housing, Minority Affairs and Waqf Zameer Ahmed Khan here Monday. Congratulating the successful candidates, Zameer Ahmed said candidates from different minority sections are being provided training for placement in various top-level governmental positions. The success of these candidates within a short period is evidence of how hard and efficient the training is given at this centre.

Around five lakh students of minority communities were awarded scholarships worth `161 crores during the 2023-24 academic year across the state, he said.

He further said that out of the allocated fund of `1535 crores by the state government for various minorities’ developmental works, around `1525 crores have already been spent this year. The department has achieved 99.75 percent progress, he claimed.

Zameer Ahmed also expressed happiness over the excellent performance of students in pre-university level exams in Abdul Kalam residential schools run by the Minority Welfare Department. Out of the 1908 students who appeared for 12th grade examination, 1869 cleared it and 686 stood first class and 1118 came second. Likewise, in the CBSC syllabus, 1183 students have cleared the exam and 20 have passed with distinction.

Secretary of Department of Minorities Manoj Jain, and Minorities Directorate’s Director Jeelani Mokashi were also present on the occasion.


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