Steel Frame Civil India to train IAS, IPS aspirants
Aurangabad | Tuesday, Sep 4 2012 IST
The Steel Frame Civil India, a Mumbai-based NGO, will conduct training camps, under 'Steelframe Talent Search Abhiyan', here to train youths (specially of minority community) to prepare for the competitive examinations such as MPSC and UPSC. Addressing a news conference here today, Zakiuddin Siddiqui, vice principal of Maulana Azad College, said that fifty per cent of the seats would be reserved for minority while the rest for all categories candidates so that representation of minority candidates among IAS and IPS is enhanced. It will conduct a state-wide written test and interviews to select 100 candidates to be trained at Pune for a year completely free of cost, he said and noted that of them, 50 candidates will appear for MPSC and the rest for UPSC.
Candidates who have cleared Prelim 2012 of UPSC or MPSC need not appear for written test as they will be admitted directly after interviews, he said and informed that they should mention the same in their application forms. Mr Siddiqui further said that candidates should apply online on the official website up to September 15. The written test will be held on September 23 and results will be declared on September 29. The interviews of the passed candidates will be held on October 3 and 4 and the final selection list will be declared on October 6, he said. After the selection process, they will be provided guidance and material free of cost at Synergy studypoint. Depending on the availability, financial support will be provided for lodging and bording, he added. Maulana Azad College is one of the exam centers out of 14 centers of Steel Frame. The rest of the centres are Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune, Jalgaon, Solapur, Sangli, Malegaon, Beed, Nanded, Bhiwandi, Kolhapur and Gadhinglaj. UNI VKB SSS NP2139 NNNN
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