Srinagar- Nearly sixteen candidates from Jammu and Kashmir have cracked the prestigious Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination, the results of which were announced on Tuesday.
The candidates who cracked the exams include Waseem Ahmad Bhat (rank 07) Parsenjeet Kaur (rank 11), Nittin Singh (rank 32), Naveed Ahsan Bhat (rank 84), Ambika Raina (rank 164), Navneet Singh (rank 191), Manan Bhat (rank 231), Arjun Gupta (rank 228), Manil Bejotra (rank 314), Dwarika Gandhi (rank 505), Irfan Choudhary (rank 476), Anjeet Singh (rank 565), Abhinandan Singh (rank 749), Nimranshu Hans (rank 811), Iram Choudhary (rank 852) and Aadesh Basnotra (rank 888).
Waseem Ahmad Bhat from Anantnag has secured the seventh rank in the UPSC civil services examination.
Waseem, a resident of Dooru Shahabad had secured the 225th rank last year.
“My son had qualified for the exam last year. Previously, his rank was 225 but now it is seven. I am delighted. It is an inspiring and happy news for Anantnag as well as Kashmir. We are all very thankful to God,” Waseem Ahmad Bhat’s father, Mohammad Yusuf Bhat, said.
He said the family always wanted him to become an IAS officer.
“Today, God has fulfilled all our wishes,” Mohammad Yusuf Bhat said.
He asserted that his son worked very hard for the exams and excelled even though the family’s financial condition is not sound.
“His hard work and dedication helped him achieve success,” the father said.
Meanwhile, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has congratulated Waseem Ahmad Bhat, Parsanjeet Kour and others for the feat.
“Congratulations Waseem Ahmad Bhat and Parsanjeet Kour. With 7th and 11th rank respectively in UPSC Civil Services examination, you have done us really proud. Your achievements will inspire all the youth of J&K. Best Wishes to all those who successfully cleared the exam,” LG Tweeted.
Political parties too congratulated candidates on their success.
“We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Waseem Ahmad Bhat from Anantnag district for securing the 7th rank, and to Prasanjeet Kour from Poonch district for securing the 11th rank in the UPSC CSE 2022 Final Result,” the party said on Twitter.
It also wished luck to those who could not make it to the final list.
“To those who were unable to achieve their desired outcome, we wish them the best of luck in their future endeavours and trust that they will find success in whatever path life unfolds before them,” the NC said.
Apni Party president Altaf Bukhari said it was a proud moment for Jammu and Kashmir.
“I extend my heartiest greetings to the UPSC aspirants from J&K for qualifying for the exam with flying colours. Many Many Congratulations to Prasanjeet Kour from Poonch and Waseem Ahmad Bhat from Anantnag for qualifying UPSC exam as it is a proud moment for us,” he said.
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