The Hindu in association with Triumphant Institute of Management Education (T.I.M.E) is holding a seminar on ‘Civil Services Aptitude Test: 2012-Approach and Opportunities' on Sunday from 9.30 a.m. at Sundarayya Vignana Kendram, Baghlingampally.

The seminar is aimed at making aspirants familiar with the changes in the Civil Services preliminary examination and to address their queries by experts. The participants will get an opportunity to write a mock CSAT (Paper II) at the venue.

“The new format of the preliminary examination has triggered a need to re-design the preparation for Civil Services aspirants. In addition to the usual study work, students now also have to think about English comprehension, mathematics and data interpretation which will feature in the preliminary examination,” said TIME's CSAT course director, Arvind.

Commissioner of Police A. K. Khan, DCP-Traffic A. Ravi Krishna and eminent educationists will address the participants.

Registration for the seminar and the mock CSAT is free and interested students can register online at or register at any of the T.I.M.E centres in the city. For details contact: T.I.M.E. 40088400/ 27898195.