TNAU Alumni Tasted The Success Quotient In Civil Services

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Tamil Nadu Agricultural University is always known to create top brass bureaucrats from time immemorial. Quiet recently the achievers in Civil services like IPS, IRS through UPSC; Deputy Collectors, Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Societies, DSPs and Assistant Commercial Tax Officers through TNPSC are by the all-out efforts of coaching, training, focussed plan and grim determination led to secure sizable number of Officers this year for which a felicitation function was arranged in the Anna Auditorium by the Centre of Students Welfare at the TNAU Campus   on 25.04.2024. As a part of the programme, the University Officers, staff and nearly 600 students of UG programme were participated.

Among the 11 candidates, Subashkarthik from Tirunelveli District secured IPS and Oviya from Dindigul Dt. Secured IRS. With respect to TNPSC achievers Ms.Ganthiriya and Ms. Nithya fetched  Deputy Collector cadre, Vignesh secured Deputy Superintendent of Police cadre, Ajithkumar secured Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Vaishali and Indra Priyadarshini fetched Assistant commissioner commercial taxes. The achievers shared their experiences with the students of TNAU for the preparation of UPSC and TNPSC and interacted with students. 

Dr. V. Geethalakshmi, the Vice Chancellor of TNAU, in her presidential address exhorted the students to emulate the shades of the achievers in reaping success in IAS, IPS etc., 

She expected the students to fully capitalise the resources available in students welfare like Library and keep themselves  updated to get through in competitive examinations. The aspirants became achievers due to the slogging and burning the midnight oil to see success, she added.

Earlier Dr. N. Maragatham, the Dean, Centre for student’s welfare spoke on the significance of the coaching classes to metamorphose and shape the students. Mr. P.S. Kumar, the Bharath IAS academy Chennai in his introductory speech underscored the paramount significance of coaching and gruelling exercise with the well carved time frame make people reap success. Dr. K.M. Sellamuthu, Professor and career counsellor, CSW proposed a formal vote of thanks.

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