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Published On:05 May 2013
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13 students of Crescent Academy finally selected in IAS Exam 2012

By Pervez Bari

Bhopal: Thirteen students of Delhi-based Crescent Academy have been finally selected in the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) Examination, 2012 and thereby chosen as the Civil Servants of India.

The credit of this accomplishment goes to the resolute efforts, benefaction and enthusiastic support of Maulana Mohammad Fazlur Rahim Mujaddidi.

It may be stated here that 19 students had successfully cleared the Main Exam of IAS Examination 2012. In the Prelims (first stage) 30 students were successful.

Till date the academy with its limited infrastructure and resources, but through its innovative-cum-interactive sessions & consistent test practices has been able to produce more than 100 IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, judges and State civil servants throughout the country.

In the IAS cadre in 2011 fifteen (15) candidates were selected from the Crescent Academy while in 2010 ten (10); in 2009 nine (9); in 2008 ten (10) were selected to be IAS officers. In 2007 six, in 2006 and 2005 three each were selected. While, in the State Civil Services Examinations 21 candidates have been selected so far.

The IAS is one of the elite and the most prestigious services under the Government of India. The recruitment for this honoured service is annually conducted by the Union Public Service Commission, (UPSC).

It may be pointed out here that Crescent Academy is a division of Maulana Abdur Rahim Educational Trust, established with a vision of providing proper guidance and training to the Civil Services aspirants with special emphasis on creating a sound academic environment. It was started, over a decade ago, by Maulana Mohammad Fazlur Rahim Mujaddidi, a great spiritual personality, academician and social activist of north India.

It goes without saying that the civil servants play a pivotal role in shaping up the course of the country. It is, therefore, the primary objective of the academy to prepare the students for cracking this exam along with inculcating in them moral and human values so that they may prove themselves as unbiased, humane and efficient bureaucrats and administrators.

According to Maulana Fazlur Rahim Mujaddidi, who is also a member of the Consultative Group for Empowerment of Minorities, Planning Commission of India, the new aspirants who want to appear in the examination of the elite services can visit the Crescent Academy website (http://www.cacademy.org) for details.

It may be noted here that Prof. Ziaul Hasan, retired Principle of Aligarh Muslim University Polytechnic, Aligarh and Mohammad Iqbal Khan, Director of Crescent Academy, Delhi, are the pathfinders of establishing, guiding and training the aspirants of various competitive examinations countrywide. They have lent their long academic and administrative experience of producing various Civil and Judicial servants for the services of the nation, And, it is a matter of pride that the Academy has succeeded in achieving its objective in such a short span of time.

[Pervez Bari is a senior Journalist based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He is associated with IndianMuslimObserver.com as Bureau Chief (Madhya Pradesh). He can be contacted at pervezbari@eth.net]

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