About AISCCE

    The Centre was established in 1982 for imparting pre-examination training to All India Services aspirants. In its long journey of more than three and half decades it successfully trained candidates for All India Services, state level civil services and other allied categories. The Centre has a very illustrious track record of making career of the students of the region, which can be gathered from the following list of alumni of the Centre, who made it to IAS and other allied categories after getting pre-examination training from the Centre. The successful candidates, among others, are: Karnail Singh (82-83), Chaman Lal ( 83-84), Asha Bhagat (84-85),Ravi Sarangal ( 86-87), Roshan Lal Shankaria (87-88), Jaspal Singh (91-92), Suman Bala (91-92), Bhupinder Kaur (93-94), Bhupinder Kaur (96-97), Rahul Bhandari and Sanjeev Hans (96-97), Akashdeep Singh Sandhu (97-98), Mary Bhatia (97-98), Rajinder Kaur Dhillon (2001-02), Gagandeep Gambhir (2003-04) and Rohit Mehra (2003-04), The Centre has equally impressive track record of success for Indian Police Service. Swaraj Bir Singh and R.S. Gill (82-83) Desh Pal Singh (84-85), Gurdev Singh Sahota (86-87), Iqbalpreet Singh Sahota (86-87), Dilbagh Singh (87-88), Rajinder Singh (88-89), Harjinder Singh (89-90), Tajinder Singh Luthra (90-91) are the proud alumni of the Centre.

    The Centre has also been imparting pre-examination training to the candidates opting for Punjab Civil Services. Ramesh Kumar (91-92), Harjit Singh, Harjinder Singh (92-93), Jaswant Singh Dhillon and Dhyan Singh (97-98), Surinder Kumari, Gurdev singh, Ramesh Kumar, Balwinder Singh, Amarjit Kumar, Inderjit Singh, Randeep Singh, Parmjeet Singh and Simran Arora (98-99), Jagvinderjit Singh Garewal, Ravinder Singh, Sanjeev Sharma, Rakesh Kumar Popli, Gurparkash Singh, Parmjeet Singh, Rishi Pal Singh, Pawanjit Singh, Gurjit Singh and Subash Chander (2002-03), Sushil Bodh and Baljider Kaur (2010-11), Rakesh Kumar Popli, Navjot Sharma, Harbhajan Singh, Madhur Bhatia, Gurpreet Singh, Lakhbir Singh and Jaskaran Singh (2012-13)

    From the current academic session of 2019-20 the AISCCE will admit students for imparting them pre –examination teaching for preliminary as well as main examinations of UPSC for full academic session, to run for about 10 months and Punjab Civil Services Examinations and UGC (NET) twice a year that is in the month of July-August (2019) and December-January (2020), each to run for about six months. For details the students may contact office of the Centre of Preparations for Competitive Examinations on the University Campus. The fee structure for entire course is as under: All India Services and Punjab Civil Services, for general category Rs. 25,000/, for SC/ST/Minorities Rs. 10,000/. Fee structure for UGC (NET) is Rs. 15,000 for General Category and Rs. 8,000/ for SC/ST/Minorities.

    The last date for submitting applications is 25/07/2019. Forms for this purpose can be obtained from the office of AISCCE.