JITO Administrative Training Foundation (JATF), in association with JITO Ladies Wing organised a Panel Discussion on 'Career in Civil Services for Women ' on 17th July 2021.
JITO Administrative Training Foundation (JATF), in association with JITO East Zone and its Ladies Wing organised a Career Counselling Seminar on 'Golden Career Opportunity in Civil Services' on 26th June 2021.
Shri. Rajeev Dasot (IPS) - Director General (Prisons), Govt. of Rajasthan; Shri. K. C. Jain (Retd. IRS) - Ex. Principal Commissioner- Income Tax (North West Region), Govt. of India and Shri Vaibhav Choudhary (IAS) – ADM, Malda, West Bengal were the key speakers for this seminar. The Seminar was well attended by more than 200 aspirants/their parents.
The seminar started with Navkar Mantra.
JATF Zonal Chairman Shri. Surendra Kumar Singhi welcomed all the Key Speakers, JATF Officer bearers, Galaxy of JITO/ JATF Patrons, students and parents to seminar. He explained how JITO and JATF work for Education and Seva and highlighted the importance of educated society. He further elaborated that still there is not enough awareness about Career in Civil Services in our community/ society and there is a need of creating awareness about the same.
“There is a need to create awareness about Opportunities in Civil Services”
- Shri. Surendra Kumar Singhi, JATF Zonal Chairman
JATF Hon. Secretary General Shri. Lalit Kumar Dangi briefed about JATF Projects, Activities, Processes and Performance. He also explained about JATF’s Hostel facilities for around 700 students, about Common Entrance Test (CET-2021) for admissions to hostels which is scheduled on 29th August 2021 and about process of online registration for the same, which is open till 15th August 2021.
“We wish to reach to maximum Civil Services Aspirants so that not only they get benefitted, but Society in particular and Nation at Large is also benefitted”
- Lalit Kumar Dangi, Hon. Secretary General, JATF
JATF President shri. Anil Jain talked about the thought process behind formation of JATF and also about its objectives. He explained how youth can serve the community, society and nation at large by becoming Civil Services Officers in Central/ State Government. He also explained the role of JATF in nation building.
“By becoming Civil Services Officers, we can serve and contribute towards development of Nation.”
- Anil Jain, President – JATF
JATF Chairman Shri. Hemant Jain explained about “Mission 100” launched by JATF. “Mission 100” means accomplishing a goal of 100 civil services officers year on year and also adding 100 new Patron Members to JATF. He informed that through new hostels at Delhi, Jaipur, Pune and Bengaluru, JATF is enhancing its hostel capacity for students.
“We wish to build JATF as a Professionally Managed, System Driven Organisation”
- Hemant Jain, Chairman-JATF
JITO East Zone Chairman Shri. Sarvesh Jain welcomed all and briefed about JITO/ JATF and about the purpose behind organising the Seminar. He also explained how JITO East Zone is committed to reach to all community member through JITO’s “Ghar Ghar JITO” programme for upliftment in the field of knowledge and empowerment.
“We are committed to reach to all community member through JITO’s “Ghar Ghar JITO” programme for upliftment in the field of knowledge and empowerment.”
- JITO East Zone Chairman Shri. Sarvesh Jain
Shri. Rajeev Dasot (IPS), Director General (Prisons), Govt. of Rajasthan and key speaker addressed on “Civil Services for Dummies” and explained about Civil Services from a layman’s point of view. He elaborated about group of 19 services under ‘Civil Services’; about reservations, age limit, number of attempts, optional subjects and selection process- Prelims, Main’s exams and interview in details.
He also explained about two years training programme (one year in academy and one year on field) after candidate get selected for the services. He briefed about salary, perks and promotions/ increments a candidate can get after selection. He also highlighted the scope and financial aspects of Civil Services.
He thanked JATF for coaching and mentoring youths from the community for Civil Services and mentioned that now every year around 45 JATF students are becoming Central Civil Services Officers (Government of India).
“Hard work, dedication, devotion, sincerity and perseverance are keys to success in Civil Services”
- Rajeev Dasot (IPS), Director General (Prisons), Govt. of Rajasthan
Shri Vaibhav Choudhary (IAS) – ADM, Malda, West Bengal and key speaker addressed on "How to prepare for Civil Services Examination?" and briefed about the same with the help of power point presentation. He shared his experience as JATF hostel student and contribution of JATF in his success. He explained about the variety of jobs one can handle while in civil services for the benefit of the society. He explained the importance of Early start, detailed long-term and short-term planning for studies, practising for tests, keeping focus intact all through and maintain proper mental-physical and emotional balance in the preparation for Civil Services Examination. He also addressed to some pertinent questions about preparation for Civil Services Examination.
“Early start, Proper Planning, Practice, Focus and Balance (mental-physical-emotional) can lead you towards success”
- Vaibhav Choudhary (IAS) – ADM, Malda, West Bengal
K. C. Jain (Retd. IRS) - Ex. Principal Commissioner- Income Tax (North West Region) and key speaker addressed on "Civil Services: Is it worth it?". He said that it is really worth it and shared that if he is asked to revisit time of his youthfulness and asked to choose career option once again, Civil Services would be his only option.
He explained that apart from the job security, salary, perks, status and respect/ preferential treatment a Civil Services Officer get everywhere throughout his life, the satisfaction and the sense of fulfilment he gets while performing his duties for the betterment of the society is the ultimate motivation for this career option.
“The satisfaction and the sense of fulfilment while performing Civil Services for the betterment of the society is the ultimate motivation.”
- K. C. Jain (Retd. IRS) - Ex. Principal Commissioner- Income Tax (North West Region)
The key addresses were followed by Q & A session.
Shri. Amit Kothari, Chief Secretary-JITO East Zone delivered Vote of Thanks.
“Many thanks to the distinguished Speakers and Team JITO-JATF for organising wonderful seminar.”
- Amit Kothari, Chief Secretary-JITO East Zone
The Seminar was moderated by Shri. Lalit Kumar Dangi, Secretary General, JATF.
The Seminar concluded with the National Anthem.