KOLKATA: More than 85% of the candidates from Aliah University’s West Bengal Civil Services Coaching Programme have cleared the preliminary examination of the state Civil Services.
41 students from the university’s residential coaching centre had written the exam held on 28th January 2018, result of which was announced on 21st June. As per a communication from the university, 35 out of 41 students have been declared successful. They will appear in the Mains in August this year.
The performance of the residential coaching centre has been encouraging in the last few years.
Talking to Caravan Daily over phone, Mohammad Irfan Ghani, Head of Aliah University’s coaching centre, gave details about the performance of his students in the last three years.
As many as 29 students had appeared in the Interview for West Bengal Civil Services Examination 2016 and 13 of them were selected. The results were announced by the state Public Service Commission in March this year, informed Ghani.
“As for the West Bengal Civil Services Examination 2017, some 56 students qualified Prelims, and 18 of them later qualified the Mains. Their results were announced on 14th June. They will appear in the Interview due to be held between July-September this year,” he added. The Mains results have come only for Group A and B. The commission is yet to announce results for Group C.
The official is hopeful that his students will show better performance in the West Bengal Civil Services Examination 2018.
“Insha Allah, our performance in the final results will be better this year because our performance at the Prelims has improved lot compared to the previous years,” said Ghani.