8 students of MS IAS Academy qualify in UPSC 2020 Preliminary Exams
Yet another magnificent performance by MSians after the grand success in IPE, IIT-JEE and NEET
Hyderabad: 8 students of MS IAS Academy qualified in UPSC 2020 CSE Prelims. It is one of the big achievements after the grand success in NEET and IIT-JEE, informed the managing director of MS Education Academy Mr. Anwar Ahmed. The UPSC declared the results on Friday evening. This exam enables these students to apply for Mains thereafter. While expressing his gratitude to the Almighty, he said that despite pandemic and obstacles of lock down our students fared extremely well. It is a motivation to the entire community. He also thanked the faculty and the dedicated team who constantly supported the students all the time.
The academy provides proper environment and right guidance to the students, which are key to succeed in the examination. Expressing his happiness, he said every year the number of students cracking the examination is increasing. He thanked the IPS Mr. A. K. Khan, advisor Govt of Telangana under whose mentorship the academy is functioning. He also expressed his gratitude to Mr. Ashwani Kumar police commissioner who also guided our academy students.
Giving details of the successful students he said the following 8 students are from different cities of India.
1) M. A. Azeem Suhel (1034265) Warangal Telangana
2) Mohammed Abdul Wasay (1016454) Hyderabad, Telangana
3) Faizan Ahmad (6414165) Jaipur Rajasthan
4) Mohd Adnan (3805836) Aurangabad, Maharashtra
5) Saif Ali (130213) Dhanbad, Jharkhand
6) Mohammed Ishrath (7301244) Mangalore Karnataka
7) Syed Zeashan (7300796) Mangalore, Karnataka
8) B.M. Rumman Ahmed (7302130) Mangalore, Karnataka
Senior director Moazzam Hussain while throwing light on the activities of the academy said, the academy was set up in March 2017 with well stacked library with broadband internet, Air conditioned classrooms, appropriate amenities with gym and indoor games to help de-stress and stay fit. The academy has both online and offline class facilities. It provides study materials for both prelims and mains examination. Frequent tests are conducted along with performance feedback. Students get regular opportunities to interact with Current bureaucrats. Experts are called for clarifying queries, doubts and also to provide strategic tips for the preparation of the examination.
Managing director Anwar Ahmed said the MS management set up the IAS academy as a residential UPSC Civil Services coaching programme to prepare the community’s youth to enter into this prestigious service and thus serve the nation and to contribute in the development of the nation. It is a complete Free Residential coaching where students are provided free boarding, lodging and food apart from offline and online classes. He said admissions are on the basis of all India entrance test conducted across the country at 70 cities. Every year 30 students are selected and so far successfully coached 4 batches.
Success stories: In the last three years, 7 students qualified the UPSC prelims examination and wrote mains. This year one student also appeared for final interview. Some students got jobs in various services through State Public Service Commissions (PSCs). In Bihar one student bagged group 2 service through BPSC. In Telangana through (TSPSC), one student was selected as Forest Ranger and three students were selected as panchayat Secretary. Presently three of our students have been called for Group one Interview by Bihar Public Service Commission and one student has been called by Maharashtra Public Service Commission for Group one Engineering Service.