the haj committee of india has in the wider interest of muslims by alendar


									      Haj Committee of India
Haj House, 7-A, M.R.A., Marg( Palton Road), Mumbai – 400 001 (India)
             Phone: 022-22612969 Fax: 022-22620920

       The Haj Committee of India has in the wider interest of Muslims established a
Coaching & Guidance Cell in its Haj House, at Palton Road, CST, Mumbai. The main
purpose of setting up of this cell is to prepare young Muslim Graduate & P.G. Degree
holders for the IAS and Allied Services Examinations conducted by the UPSC. The Cell has
a Library-cum-Reading Room, three class rooms for lectures & group discussions,
Director’s Chamber, Administrative Office, 10 partially furnished rooms for candidates, a
Dining Hall and a Reception Hall.

The Director and the Facility

       The Director Prof. S.A.M. Hashmi with a very long academic and administrative
experience is over all in charge of the Cell. He delivers core lectures on General Studies
and Economics and counsels, guides, inspires and supervises the trainees. The lectures
and group discussions presided over by the Director are liberally supplemented by inviting
specialists for compulsory and optional subjects. Professors from various universities in
Mumbai and neighboring areas, eminent persons in different spheres of life and civil
servants working in Greater Mumbai are invited for lectures, group discussions and
interaction with the candidates.

Facilities and Environment

       Reading material, books, newspapers magazines are easily available to all trainees,
yet so for as optional subjects are concerned the trainees will have to depend to a large
extent, on the grounding they have acquired in their respective universities. The trainees
will have the internet facilities during the training sessions.

Historical Perspective

       In a multi lingual and multi religious society like our all societies should play an
important role. But the last 60 years of our democratic set up has proved that every thing
is not satisfactory. In spite of several committees & commissions the gap between the
haves and have nots has been increasing. The latest being the Sachar Committee which
has clearly stated that the economic and educational level of MUSLIMS has deteriorated
much below the SC/ST etc. classes. Their capacity to compete with their educationally
advanced fellow citizens has been continuously declining. The Community is caught in a
vicious circle of poverty and illiteracy. The Government has been announcing various
schemes from time to time for their upliftment. Yet not much has been gained.

Timely Decision

      The Haj Committee has taken a major initiative from this year to take up this
tremendous task of training Muslims Graduates to enable them to manage the country.

Fees and Deposits:

      The coaching and guidance shall be highly subsidised. Each trainee shall have to
pay a security deposit of Rs.5000/- (Refundable) and a monthly fee of Rs.2000/- only
towards food and hostel maintenance.

      Some consideration may be made if the trainees belong to below poverty line. We
expect the philanthropists to sponsor a few trainees.


       The trainees shall have to adhere strictly to the rules and regulation of the hostel.
They are expected to maintain a high level of self discipline. The trainees shall have a 7-
day week. Visitors shall not be generally allowed from the city or outside the city. Mobile
shall be prohibited.

       The trainees will be given a short break after the preliminary examination, when
they can visit their home town.

      The trainees shall not be allowed to pursue any other academic or non-academic

Islamic Values

       Since the total project is to have Muslim officers, it is necessary to inculcate
Islamic values in the trainees. They have not only to be receptive but also active in
learning and practicing Islamic moral values. They have to keep in mind that their
ultimate aim is to serve the weak and downtrodden sections of the Society. They should
inculcate in themselves the philosophy of “Saiyyadul Qaumi Khadimahum,” (Hadith), The
Head of the Society is their servant.

(Mohammed Owais)
Chief Executive Officer,
Haj Committee of India.

In case of emergency, you may call the Director Prof. Hashmi on his mobile :09869561704

                   Union Public Services Commission Examination

                          For Recruitment to the following Services

 1   Indian Administrative Services (IAS)
 2   Indian Foreign Services (IFS)
 3   Indian Police Service (IPS)
 4   Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Services
 5   Indian Audit & Accounts Service
 6   Indian Defence Accounts Service
 7   Indian Revenue Service, Group ‘A’
 8   Indian Ordinance Factories Services, Group ‘A’ (Non technical)
 9   Indian Postal Service
10   Indian Civil Accounts Services
11   Indian Railway Traffic Service
12   Indian Railway Accounts Service
13   Indian Railway Personnel Services
14   Group ‘A’ in the Railway Protection Force
15   Indian Defence Estates Service, Group ‘A’
16   The Indian information Service, Junior Grade, (Group ‘A’)
17   The Indian Trade Services, Group ‘A’ , (Grade III)
18   Posts of Assistant Commandant in the Central Industrial Security Force, Ministry
     of Home Affairs, Group ‘A’
19   The Central Secretariat Service, Section Officers Grade Group ‘B’
20   The Railway Board Secretariat Service, Section Officers Grade, Group ‘B’
21   The Armed Forces Headquraters Civil Service, Section Officer Grade, Group ‘B’
22   Delhi and Andaman & Nicobar Island Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra &
     Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group ‘B’
23   Delhi and Andaman & Nicobar Island Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra &
     Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group ‘B’
24   Pondicherry Police Service, Group ‘B’
                                       Important Information

Age Limit: 21-30 Years, i.e., must have attained age of 21 years and must not have attained age of 30 years on 1 st
August of the year of Preliminary Examination. Upper age limit is relaxable for some categories.

Minimum Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s degree of a recognized University or and other recognized
Educational Institutions.

                                        PRELIMINARY EXAMINTAION
The examination consists of two papers (objective type), each of two hour duration, usually held on the same day
(morning and afternoon).

Paper 1 – General Studies: 150 Objective question- 150 marks. The paper would include questions covering the
following fields of knowledge: General Science; History of India, including National Movement; World Geography, with
emphasis on Indian Geography & Agriculture; Indian polity including the Constitution of India; Indian Economy,
including Planning & Annual Budgets; United Nations Organization and its Agencies; General Mental Ability, including
test of Reasoning, Simple Calculations, Graphs, Tables, Histograms, etc; Art and Culture; Cinema and Literature;
Current Events of National and International Importance.

Paper 2 – Optional Subject: 120 Objective type questions – 300 Marks. One subject to be selected from the list of
Optional subjects given below. The course contents will be that of the Bachelor’s Degree level. The question paper will
be set both In Hindi & English.

             LIST OF OPTIONAL SUBJECTS FOR PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION                             .
     AGRICULTURE                  BOTANY                   CHEMISTRY                   CIVIL ENGIREERING
      COMMERCE                  ECONOMICS                  GEOGRAPHY                       GEOLOGY
    INDIAN HISTORY                  LAW                   MATHEMATICS                       PHYSICS
      SOCIOLOGY                 PHILOSOPHY                PSYCHOLOGY                   MEDICAL SCIENCE

                                                MAIN EXAMINATION

The question papers for examination will be of conventional (essay) type and each paper will be of three hours
Paper 1:         One of the Indian languages to be selected from the languages included in the Eighth Schedule of
                 the Constitution.

Paper 2:           English

The above two papers will be of matriculation or equivalent standard and will be of qualifying nature; the marks
obtained in these papers will not be counted for ranking. Paper 1 is not compulsory for candidates belonging to
Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and the State of Sikkim.

    ARABIC          ASSAMESE      BENGALI        CHINESE       ENGLISH        FRENCH        GERMAN          GUJARATI
     HINDI          KANNADA       KASHMIRI       KONKANI       MARATHI       NEPALESE       MANIPURI          URDU
    ORIYA           PERSIAN       PUNJABI        RUSSIAN      SANSKRIT        TELUGU            PALI          TAMIL

Paper 3:                   ESSAY (To be written in the medium opted by the candidates)
Paper 4 & 5:               GENERAL STUDIES
Paper 6, 7, 8 & 9          Any two subjects to be selected from the list of Optional Subjects
                           given in the following page

The scope of the syllabus for the Optional Subjects Papers for this examination is broadly of the Honours Degree level
i.e. level higher than the Bachelor’s Degree and lower than the Master’s Degree. In case of Engineering and Law, the
level corresponds to the Bachelor’s Degree.
          Agriculture                  Anthropology                   Botany                            Geology
          Chemistry                     Economics               Civil Engineering                        History
          Geography                        Law                     Management                          Mathematics
        Medical science                 Philosophy                   Physics                            Sociology
           Zoology                      Psychology            Public Administration                     Statistics
    Mechanical Engineering             Commerce &       Political Science & International               Electrical
                                       Accountancy                  Relations                          Engineering
 Animal Husbandry & Veterinary
Note : Combination of similar subjects are not allowed.

Weightage of marks:

For ranking and selection of candidates for various services, the weightage of marks for the three stages of Civil
Services Examination are as below:

A. Preliminary Examination: This is only a screening test for short-listing and                                No marks
selection of candidates for the Main Examination. The marks obtained by the
candidates at this examination are not added to the marks of the Main
b. Main Examination:                                                                                          2000 marks
General Studies                   Two papers             300 x 2 = 600 marks
Essay                             One paper              200 x 1 = 200 marks
Two Optional Subjects             Two papers each        300 x 4 = 1200 marks
Please note: Marks obtained in compulsory language paper and compulsory
English paper are not counted for ranking
c. Personality Test(Interview)                                                                                 300 marks
Maximum Marks                                                                                                 2300 marks

Note: UPSC is envisaging some changes in the examination system as suggested by Alagh Committee.

                             UPSC Schedule for Civil Services Examination

 Examination         Announcement Dates            Last Date of        Examination Dates         Declaration of Results
  Preliminary        December, 3rd/4th week        Mid-January      May, 3rd Sunday          July, last week
     Main                     -                         -           Oct. last week to Nov.   March-last week to April-1st
                                                                    end                      week
Personality Test                   -                    -           Mid-April to Mid -May    May, 3rd week

The announcement for the Civil Service Examination is made once every year. Besides the Government Gazette,
Employment News and almost all National Dailies publish full details with rules, Syllabi and format of Application Form
for the Preliminary Examination. No announcement is made to invite applications for the Main Examination and
Personality Test. Candidates qualifying the Prelims/Main Examination are intimated individually.

                      Our Schedule for Entrance Test & Admission Formalities

    CS      Advertisement Application Admission     Result of                        Admission      Duration     Number
Examination                Last Date Test/Interview Entrance                         Last Date                      of
                                                      Test                                                       Candida
 Preliminary    August 4th              Oct.2nd      Nov.3rd             Dec.2nd     December    Dec. 3rd          50
                Week                     Sat.        Sun/Dec. 1st        Week        3rd week    Week to
                                                     Week                                        May
                                                                                                 3rd Saturday
   Main #              May,              May,        June,1st Week       June, 1st   June,2nd    June,2nd           50
                     1stWeek           Last Week     onwards             Week        Week or     Week to
                                                                         onwards     Immediately Oct. Last
                                                                                     after       week
 Personality       February, 4th       March,2nd     March, 3rd Sat.     March,      * March,    April 1st to       50
    Test              Week             Saturday      Interview           3rd         end after   May end
                                                                         Saturday    Main’s      (8 Weeks)
    * The dates will depend on the declaration of the Main Examination result by the UPSC
    # Due to delay in the results of Preliminary Examination, dates for Main examination are postponed. Please see the

                        HAJ COMMITTEE OF INDIA
                        (Constituted under the Act of Parliament No.35 of 2002)
          HAJ HOUSE, 7-A, M.R.A. MARG (PALTON ROAD), MUMBAI - 400 001 (INDIA).
                        Phone:022-22612696 Fax: 022-22620920

                          APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION                                       Affix your recent
 The Director                                                                              Passport size
 Coaching & Guidance Cell                                                                   Photograph
 Haj Committee of India,
 Haj House, 7 – A, Palton Road,
 Mumbai – 400 001.

         I wish to appear in the Civil Services Examination and would be grateful if I could be admitted
 to the Coaching and Guidance Cell of Haj Committee of India. I shall abide by the rules and
 regulations enforced from time to time. My admission may be cancelled anytime without notice if my
 performance and/or conduct are not found satisfactory.

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 1. Name Mr/Ms
    (Surname first)

 2. Father’s Name/
    Husband Name

 3. Date of Birth                 Date           Month                       Year

 4. Father’s /Guardian’s Occupation ____________________________
 5. Total Annual Income Rs.___________________________________

 6. Mailing Address

        E-mail ID
        Telephone No.                                                               Pin
        Mobile No.

( 7. Permanent Address

        Telephone No.                                                               Pin

8. Educational Qualifications
       Examination passed                 Year       Board / University        Divn.         %     Subject / s
 High School                                                                                       Not applicable
 Higher Secondary(+2)
 Any Other
9. Have you appeared in UPSC Civil Services Examinations Earlier?                                 Yes/No
      If yes, give details below in ascending chronological order.
Examination                        Year(s)                Roll No.                    Result
10.     Have you received coaching in any other coaching Institute ? if yes, please mention the
        name of the Institute and year(s).
11.       Have you received stipend for coaching from Ministry of S.J. & Empowerment earlier? If yes,
          write details
12.  For which Examination coaching do you wish to be admitted to C.G.C.? Please strike out
      those not applicable
     CS Preliminary / CS Main / CS        Year
13. Choice of centre for C.G.C.                        1. Bangalore   2. Bhopal   3. Chennai
      Admission Test                                   4. Calicut     5. Delhi    6. Hyderabad
                                                       7. Kolkota     8 . Lucknow 9. Mumbai
    (Enter appropriate code in the box)                10.Patna

14.     Optional Subject(s) offered for Civil           Preliminary
         Services Examination
Studied the above subjects(s) offered up                              1. High School          2.Bachelor level
to (Enter appropriate code in the box)                                3. Master level        4. Never studied

15. Medium of language in examination                                       1. English           2. Hindi
      (Enter appropriate code in the box)                                   3. Urdu              4. Any other

16. UPSC Roll No.___________________( If you have already appeared for Prelim Exam.)

Date:_________________                          Place:_________________                  __________________

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