UPSC Civil Services Exam 2022 Result Out
Of the shortlisted candidates, Vice Chancellor congratulated 12 girls and 11 boys on their success
Ajmera, who took 35th place, was RCA’s top performing student this year.
Amar Ujala Office
New Delhi. The Union Public Service Commission has announced the results of the 2022 Civil Services Examination. In these results, the students of the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) of Jamia Millia Islamia also showed their courage. 23 students from RCA were selected for Civil Services. Ajmera Sanketh Kumar, who took 35th place, was RCA’s top performing student this year. Of these selected candidates, 12 are girls and 11 are boys. Jamia’s Residential Coaching Academy offers free coaching and training to underprivileged students.
Some of these shortlisted 23 candidates are expected to get IAS and IPS. Some are likely to get IRS, Audit and Accounts Service, IRTS and other related services from Group-A according to their rank and preference.
Vice Chancellor of Jamia Prof. Najma Akhtar said Jamia RCA’s consistent performance in training students for Civil Services Exams year after year is a matter of great pride for the university. We look forward to even better results in the coming years. He visited RCA to congratulate the students. Pro. Akhtar personally oversees the RCA and provides all kinds of support and guidance. He congratulated all students and their families on their success. He also praised Professor Abid Haleem, responsible for RCA.
Last year, UPSC Civil Services Exam topper Shruti Sharma was RCA Jamia’s star performer. From 2010-11 to 2023, RCA has produced more than 270 administrative officers, many of them IAS, IFS, and IPS. Apart from this, more than 300 students have also been selected in various other central and state departments such as CAPF, IB, RBI (Grade-B) APF, Bank PO and PCS etc.
RCA was established in 2010 by the UGC under the auspices of Center for Coaching and Career Planning Jamia to provide free coaching and residential facilities to SC-ST women and minority students for civil services and other competitive examinations.