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Here’s what UP PCS (J) qualifier Farha says on achieving goals

Convent education and coaching not necessary for beating competition

Here’s what UP PCS (J) qualifier Farha says on achieving goals

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Malappuram Centre, Department of Law organised special interaction and felicitation in honour of its first judge Ms. Farha Naaz Parveen who qualified the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Civil Judge [UP PCS (J)] 2018.

Advantages Of Self-Study 

During an interaction with students in Malappuram Centre, Ms. Farha, advised the students to do consistent self study to crack competitive exams.

“One of the major advantages of self-study is that students can take control over their own learning. It can be hard to get into the self-study right routine, but with the right approach, anyone can set themselves up with an unbreakable study routine,” said Ms. Farha.

Smartness, Not Coaching Centre, Needed

Ms. Farha, comes from a UP Board schooling background clawed her way to success without attending a coaching institute.

“I did not attend a regular coaching for my exam preparation,” said Ms Farha.

AMU Malappuram, Department of Law felicitated its first judge Ms. Farha Naaz Parveen. Photo Muslim Mirror

She argued that convent educational backgrounds and coaching are not pre-requisites and emphasized sheer dedication, die-hard determination, smartness and commitment aimed at achieving goals with quality, to qualify competitions.

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