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Only 30 Muslim Candidates Selected in Civil Services

BeyondHeadlines News Desk

New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday declared the results of the Civil Services 2018 examinations. KANISHAK KATARIA has secured the top position in UPSC civil services examination 2018. AKSHAT JAIN and JUNAID AHMAD came second and third respectively in the examination.

A total of 759 candidates have been recommended for appointment including 361 General (including 28 Physically challenged candidates), 209 Other Backward Classes (including 05 Physically challenged candidates), 128 Scheduled Castes and 61 Scheduled Tribes candidates.

BeyondHeadlines also tried to collect all Muslim names from the UPSC result 2018 which has come today.

It is pleasing that nearly 28 successful candidates are Muslims and of them in top hundreds are only 02 candidates. According to this list of 759 candidates, 30 are Muslims which means that stands 3.95%. Last year, 52 Muslim candidates were successful in the UPSC examination out of 990 who qualified.

Successful Muslim Candidates for UPSC Result-2018

S.No. Name Ranks
1. JUNAID AHMAD 3
2. MOHD ABDUL SHAHID 57
3. GAUHAR HASAN 137
4. AMBUL SAMAIYA 140
5. SHAFQAT AMNA 186
6. REHANA BASHIR 187
7. SHAIKH MOHD ZAIB ZAKIR 225
8. SAYYED RIYAJ AHEMAD 261
9. BUSHARA BANO 277
10. MD JAWED HUSSAIN 280
11. MIRZA QADIR BAIG 336
12. BABAR ALI CHAGATTA 364
13. RENA JAMIL 380
14. MUHAMMAD SAJAD P 390
15. SHAHZAD ALAM 398
16. FARASH T 421
17. MUHAMMED ABDUL JALEEL 434
18. MOHAMMAD HASHIM 448
19. SHAHID AHMED 475
20. MD SARFARAZ ALAM 488
21. AYMAN JAMAL 499
22. ARSHI AADIL 520
23. ANSARI ZAID AHMED SAEED AHMED 522
24. ALI ABOOBACKER T T 533
25. FAISAL KHAN 546
26. BASHA MOHAMMED B 565
27. MD TAUSIF ULLAH 597
28. JITHIN RAHMAN 605
29. MOHAMMED MUSTAFA AEJAZ 613
30. MD SHAHID RAZA KHAN 751

You can see the Result of UPSC on this link: http://www.upsc.gov.in/

BeyondHeadlines congratulates all the above candidates and wishes them the very best in all their future endeavors.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Alomara Begam Laskar

    April 6, 2019 at 1:23 PM

    Good afternoon..I want to know the information about UPSC Exam.I am preparing in UPSC Exam.Can anybody helps me?

    • Beyond Headlines

      April 6, 2019 at 9:41 PM

      Aap apna number share kijie. Hamare counsellor aapse baat kar lenge.

  2. Niazuddin M KHAN

    April 7, 2019 at 7:16 PM

    It is always good to aspire for better jobs and status in life. However,to consider selection to IAS as the ultimate thing is misplaced. Having served in the State Government Service, half my working life, below the IAS cadre, it was not exactly a momentous time or learning anything worthwhile from them.IAS cadre being ‘high flyers’ are more focused on their career growth than making any significant impact in delivery of services or innovation. I found their arrogance and sense of self-importance sickening.Exceptions were there. I think their training at IAS academy is archaic, insufficient and inadequate.Their collective psyche requires drastic alteration.In present time, they lack the spine and character to stand up to politicians to ensure rapid digitalisation of delivery of services to the people.It is pathetic to see them in sucking up to political masters. With reduced emphasis on command of English language, they have lost their edge too.I ensured that my children got fairly good education and work in private sector and earn honest income, rather than face insults, humiliation from corrupt and incompetent polity and beggarly attitude of certain sections of our society.Most of the reasons cited by the successful candidates is naive.I wish them all the best provided, they do not fall into the template of their predecessors.

    • Syed Akmal Razvi

      April 8, 2019 at 2:07 PM

      Well said. It is indeed distressing that instead of standing up for the good of the people they simply succumb to the powers and do their bidding.

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