By Imran Inamdar & Rukhsana Shiledar
On Saturday students of Solapur had a wonderful learny experience as they got an opportunity to interact with Two UPSC crackers IPS Salman Taj Patil and Salman Shaikh.
Universal Academy Solpur has conducted UPSC exam awareness programme at Hutatma Smurti Mandir to inspire youths of the community.
UPSC cracker of 2017 batch Salman Shaikh addressed the students and said, this high status exam is not an emotional exam it is purely professional,student who works hard and believes in him/herself gets selected. He further said ,student should select right role model and follow sincerely .
Reading all the text books of primary and high school is very important , one can learn basics of all subject which help him to clear competitive exams,He added.
Aurangabad city boy further shared that he is an entire Urdu medium student .He has completed his primary education from Zilla Parishad Urdu primary school.
Salman said, he didn’t know about UPSC, Ones he coincidently attended the upsc awareness program with his friends and started thinking to appear and finally decided to become a top brass officer to serve the nation and became the same in his fourth attempt by securing 339 rank.
Local boy IPS Salman Taj stressed that you should think positively keep pursuing your dreams sincerely till you get success.It is a fair competition wherein your efficiency matters. You should love your language and love your Self it doesn’t matter that you are from which medium, Salman added further.
Professional guide Asif yatnal lauded this initiative and congratulated all the members of Universal Academy.
Asif expressed that Solapur should become centralised centre for UPSC exam aspirants.
During the function both the officers have been felicitated at hands of dignitaries.
Programme was attended by nearly 600 students ,parents and social workers.
Karim Salar, an eminent educational personality of Maharashtra,President Wahid Sir,Parvez Ahmed,Ilhajoddin farooq ,
Ali Inamdar and members of said academy were also present during the function.