Sunday, 5 July 2015

Sunday, July 05, 2015

SRINAGAR, July 05 : Ten candidates from Jammu and Kashmir have cracked the prestigious Indian Administrative Services (IAS) Examination, result of which was declared by the Union Public Service Commission on Saturday.
They included Baseer-ul-Haq (Rank 46) from remote village of Thannamandi in Rajouri, Prayati Sharma ( Rank 136) hailing from Bishnah in Jammu, Afaq Giri ( Rank 457), Mohammad Yasin ( Rank 459) from Mendhar in Poonch, Irfan Hafiz from Kalai in Poonch. ( is B.Tech from NIT, Hamirpur. He did his Matriculation from Little Flower Higher Secondary School Greater Kailash, Jammu and 12th from Ranbir Higher Secondary School, Parade, Jammu)
Deeba Farhat (553) from Bijbehara,Anantnag . ( Deeba Farhat is already a KAS officer, posted in Rural Development Department in Anantnag district. She qualified KAS in 2011. Ruveda Salam, who is in Indian Police Services posted in Maharashtra has again cracked the Indian Administrative Services, with a rank of 878.
In 2013, Ruveda became the first woman in Kashmir to crack the IAS examination. The daughter of former broadcaster first graduated as a doctor and then qualified Kashmir Administrative Services (KAS) Examination.
Before joining IPS, she was working as a senior officer in State Government..
Baseer-ul-Haq, hailing from a remote village Kalas in Thannamandi ( Rajouri), is an M.Tech from IIT Delhi. He is also PG in Public Administration and has cracked KAS in 2013. He was serving as BDO in Ramban.
Prayati Sharma, daughter of Deputy Director Horticulture, J P Sharma originally hailed from Bishnah and the family has now settled at Sector 5 of Channi Himmat in Jammu. She is MSc in Zoology and a gold medalist. She could not qualify the preliminary examination of KAS but cleared the IAS in first attempt.
Nitesh Sharma from Bera Bhata village in Kishtwar and Ankit Koul from Kashmir.
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