Special Days & Awareness Programmes

Civil Services in 21st Century-Scope and Relevance

Integral Unversity Event

Department of Commerce & Management, Faculty of commerce & Management, Integral University as organized an Interactive session on "Civil Services in 21" Century-Scope and Relevance" on 20 of February 2020. The key speaker was Dr. Anis Ansari, IAS (Retd.), Former Agriculture Production Commissioner, Additional Chief Secretary Govt. of Uttar Pradesh, Founder and Ex Vice Chancellor of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Urdu, Arabi-Farsi University, Lucknow.

CIVIL SERVICES are considered as main component of Indian administrative system that has the responsibility to accomplish the development objectives and welfare of the state. Civil servants have special obligations to the community because of three reasons. First, they are responsible for managing resources entrusted to them by the community. Second, they provide and deliver services to the community. Third, they take important decisions that affect all aspects of the community's life.

This session is organized to make the students aware about the preparation for the prestigious Civil Services (TAS/PCS). This Seminar will be helpful to answer ques like Why to ant IAS? Which was preceded with Text, letter the discussion on the pattern of the exams to enhance Description automatically generated highlighted that there is a considerable decrease in the number of aspirants in Civil services and various possible solutions were discussed to improve this number. He also discussed about Zakat Foundation and Maxel Leadership Council which are non-profit organisations working specially for students coming from lower income groups and marginal backgrounds to overcome the difficulties they face while preparing for civil services. Mr. Anis Ansari's inspirational words helped to motivate our students to grab this opportunity in future.

The Dr. Anis Ansari was felicitated with bouquet by our volunteers followed by a welcome address delivered by Prof. A.K.Saxena, Dean, FCM. Lecture ended up with concluding remarks and thanks giving address by Dr. Syed Shahid Mazhar, Head, DCBM.