Centre for All India Competitive Examination (CAIC) Opened at Khalsa College
Amritsar, (Global News) In a major initiative, Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) today announced the opening of Centre for All India Competitive Examination (CAIC) at Khalsa College campus, here. The Centre would offer coaching and training to the students aspiring to compete for the various all India services including Civil Services-IAS, IPS, IFS, PCS, Defences Services, Banking and other sectors.
KCGC honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina today handed over the appointment letters to renowned retired Professor of Sociology from Guru Nanak Dev University, Prof. Paramjit Singh Judge who was posted as Chief Coordinator of the Centre. Another well known political scientist from GNDU Dr. Jagrup Singh Sekhon, a retired Professor from Political Science department, was appointed as Coordinator of the Centre.
The two top functionaries will join their duties on September 1, 2020, said Chhina adding that they are the best minds and their vast experience as Coordinators at the IAS Coaching Centre, GNDU in the past will help the Centre to grow into recognizable institution. ``We have high hopes that they will make the Centre one of the best in the entire northern region”, said Chhina.
He said the management had planned the Centre to open the new vistas of opportunities for the students from all faculties wanting to compete high level posts of the recruitments in the country.
Prof Judge and Dr. Sekhon said they were proud to be associated with the historic Khalsa College institution and they would do their best to make the Centre best amongst such institution available. ``We will train students to compete successfully for the top examinations especially civil and defence services”, said they.
Khalsa College Principal Dr. Mehal Singh said the Centre would involve the top level resource persons from all over under the guidance and coordination of Prof Judge and Dr. Sekhon.