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Eleven AMU Law students qualify UPPCS (Judicial Services)

Aligarh, August 11: At least 11 Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University students Sunil Kumar Nagar, Asma Sultana, Amir Suhail, Md Zulqarnain Alam, Shahnaz Ansari, Sandeep Singh, Arif Nizamuddin Khan, Diwakar Kumar, Nidhi Yadav, Vidhudhi Meha and Saima J A Siddiqui have qualified the UPPCS (Judicial Services) examination 2015, result of which has been announced by the commission on August 5, 2016.

Professor Md Kalimuddin Ahmad, Director, Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) and Prof Javaid Talib, Dean Faculty of Law expressed satisfaction on the performance of students and wished them success.

Prof Ahmad and Prof Talib have said that the success of these students is a combined effort of the Department of Law and RCA, AMU Aligarh. They added that many of the aforementioned students were associated with RCA at different levels of preparation for this examination.

Prof Ahmad said that many faculty members of Department of Law, apart from resource persons from Lucknow and Allahabad were involved in engaging students in RCA.

He has specially thanked Prof Talib for the help in conducting mock interview sessions. He has also thanked Prof Iqbal Ali Khan, Chairman Dept of Law for sparing time to visit RCA to guide students.

Prof Ahmad added that he is specially thankful to AMU Vice Chancellor Lt General Zameer Uddin Shah (retd) and Pro-Vice-Chancellor Brigadier Syed Ahmad Ali (retd)  for all round support and sparing their valuable time to interact with the students at RCA on various occasions.

Prof Talib has assured to extend help to students so that many more students could qualify judicial services examination of different states in future.

(Zeeshan Ahmad)

Asst. PRO

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