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HAJ COMMITTEE INVITES MUSLIMS TO TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS

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The Haj Committee, which runs a training centre for those aspiring to join the Indian Civil Services, has invited applications for the same from those below 28 years of age. The service is being provided by the committee at the Haj House since 2009. Dr Shakir Husain, Chief Executive Officer, Central Haj Committee said students will have to appear for an examination as well as personal interview to be selected for the training programme. “Fifty students will be admitted for the course. We have engaged the services of a professional training academy to not only teach academics but also help students to prepare for group discussion and personal interview. They will also hold courses for personality development,” a report on 26 April cited him as saying.

The selected students are put up at the Haj House and all these expenses are borne by the Haj Committee. The community has a poor representation in government services and this course is being provided so that more Muslims can join the mainstream. Of the students who had received training since 2009, Salman Patil from Solapur has been selected for the IPS and is currently training at the National Police Academy, Hyderabad, he said.



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