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UPSC topper shares 4 rules of success in SIO workshop for civil services aspirants 

Union Services Public Commission (UPSC) ranker shared four rules of success in workshop on Sunday in Hyderabad.

Addressing civil services aspirants, Nooh Siddique, Asst. Commissioner of Income Tax, Ministry of Finance and UPSC ranker revealed the success rules for aspirants of civil services.

Mr Siddiqui spoke on ‘habits one should develop if they want to succeed in the UPSC exam’ in the workshop organized by Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO), Telangana chapter at Amaan Function Hall.

He shared 4 ideas: first, study a minimum of 8 hours a day; second, read more books; third, share knowledge as you gain it and last, take self tests.

The workshop, organized in order to spread awareness about UPSC, & Civil Services exams, was attended by more than 300 students.

In his inaugural words Br Azharuddin (National Secretary SIO India) motivated the gathering saying anything good cannot be achieved without hard work. It’s a good sign that awareness about UPSC is spreading in the southern states.

The panel of guests included Mr. Nooh Siddique (Asst. Commissioner Of Income Tax Ministry Of Finance,GOI), Mr. Mustafa Aijaz (AIR 213), Mr. Shahid ( UPSC AIR 693 ) Mr. Amer Arafath (Group-2), Br Azhar Uddin (National Secretary SIO India) and Jb Hamid Mohammed Khan (State President JIH Telangana).

Mr. Shahid spoke on “My Journey From Madrasa To UPSC” He said cracking upsc is something that requires sincere and consistent efforts. Candidates need to work hard and leave the results to the Almighty.

Mr Mohammed Mustafa explained the procedure for UPSC exams and suggested books that students attempting UPSC might find beneficial. He also provided strategies for cracking the exam.

Shaik Amer Arafat was then called to speak regarding “institutions that provide free coaching for UPSC”. In his address he mentioned 4 top institutions present in Telangana.

Hamid Mohammed Khan, State President, JIH Telangana, also addressed the gathering and extended full support to those who are committed to clear the UPSC exams and work for the betterment of the society.

The program concluded with closing words by Dr Talha Fayazuddin  State President, SIO Telangana and a vote of thanks by Zameer, HRD Secretary, SIO Telangana

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