Maulana Badruddin Ajmal, MP, Dhubri and trustee, Ajmal CSR, on Wednesday, said that the institutions that Ajmal Foundation runs are above caste, creed and religion. Ajmal said this while speaking at Ajmal IAS Academy in Hojai, on the occasion of the felicitation ceremony which was organised to felicitate the candidates who cracked the Combined Competitive Examination 2020 conducted by Assam Public Service Commission, the results of which were announced on October 21 last.
He said, “For us, all are equal. There is no discrimination and we believe in humanity.”
He said, “We have full confidence in our candidates that they will work with honesty, truth, will not compromise with their values, will be an asset for the society and serve the country for the welfare of each section of society.”
Ajmal also raised concern over corruption. He appealed to everyone to contribute their bit in making India a corruption free nation.
“We are extremely happy that the candidates who were sponsored by Ajmal Foundation through Ajmal IAS coaching program brought laurels for us,” said Dr Khasrul Islam, director, Ajmal Foundation while addressing the august gathering.
Notably, a felicitation ceremony was organised to felicitate the successful candidates who cleared the CCE examination 2020. The eleven successful candidates those who were sponsored by Ajmal Foundation viz., Ihsanul Hussain, ACS, Morigaon; Kanti Devi, ACS, Tamulpur; Namrata Barooa, ACS, Guwahati; Rupak Mazumdar, ACS, Karbi Anglong; Tisiddha Nath, ACS, Majuli; Hitesh Boro, ACS, Mongoldoi; Mukibul Ali, ACS, Golaghat; Jubair Ahmed Mazarbhuyan, BDO, Hojai; Jitul Shivam, labour inspector, Guwahati; Arshad Wasim Ahmed, labour inspector, Guwahati; Firdusar Rahman, inspector of taxes, Rangia; Rakesh Kashyap, assistant manager of industries, Guwahati were felicitated and three candidates who took interview training from Ajmal IAS Academy namely Iris Arman Ahmed, ACS, Hojai; Naim Uddin, APS, Karimganj and Gulam Sarowar Hussain, ACS, Kamrup (Rural) were also felicitated. Along with them, Junali Devi and Mouchumi Chakraborty who also cleared the exams were also felicitated.
Islam congratulated all the successful candidates and wished them bright future. He asked them to work for the betterment of society as a whole. He said these moments are historic for Ajmal Foundation and definitely in coming years many more candidates from Ajmal IAS Academy will clear this prestigious exam and bring laurels for the state.
He said, “Our trustee’s Maulana Badruddin Ajmal and Sirajuddin Ajmal has established Ajmal IAS Academy with a vision that the students from remote areas who have talent and potential could get proper guidance thereby shine in this examination and contribute in the upliftment of the nation. The successful candidates also spoke on the occasion and shared their feelings. They shared the mantra to excel in any examination, have faith in God, take calculated risks with consistency and believe in yourself.”