A total of 30 Muslims - one short of their last year's tally have
cleared this year's civil services exams results of which were
announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today in
Four Muslims Syed Abid Rasheed Shah
(rank 23), Nooh P B (rank 43), Md Shariq Badr (rank 48) and Amna
Tasneem (rank 73) are in the top 100 positions.
The other 26 are: Syed Sehrish Asgar
(118), Inayat Khan (176), Adeela Abdulla (230), Shanavas C (235),
Yumkhaibam Sabir (244), Mohd Aijaz (268), Inamulhaq Mengnoo (280),
B Fouzia Taranum (307), Mirza Azhar Beig (313), Toufel Tahir
(345), Mohammad Imran (408), Mohammad Arshi (419), Bashir Ahmad
Bhat (434), Manazir Jeelani Samoon (451), Qazi Mohd Salman Ibrahim
(459), Patil Salmantaj Jafertaj (466), Naieem Mustafa Mansury
(520), Waseem Akram (568), Irina Masoom (604), Md Imteyaz Alam
(649), Afsar Ali (667), Shama Parveen (685), Zeeshan Qamer (706),
Mohd Rehan Raza (760), Ilyas K P A (764) and Zahid Parvez (776).
The results are based on the written
part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2011, held by the
Union Public Service Commission in October November, 2011 and the
interviews for Personality Test held in March-April, 2012.
Shena Aggarwal of Haryana's Yamunanagar town and Rukmani Riar of
Punjab's Hoshiarpur town have bagged the top two ranks (No. 1 and
2 respectively), beating male candidates.
Chandigarh's Prince Dhawan secured the third rank in the country
and the first among male candidates.
Out of the total 30 Muslim successful
candidates 07 students are from Jamia Millia Islamia, 04 are from
Zakat Foundation of India and 01 student is from Haj Committee of
India. All these institutions are providing special training to
the Muslim students for UPSC exams.
Giving details of the Jamia's results, Simi Malhotra,
Media Coordinator, Jamia Millia said, "Jamia Millia Islamia is
pleased to announce that seven students who have been given
training at the Centre for Coaching and Career Planning, Jamia
Millia Islamia have secured places in the Civil Services (Main)
She also said that Najeeb Jung,
Vice-Chancellor, Jamia Millia Islamia had led the team of the
panel that conducted the mock interviews for these candidates.
Jubilations were also seen at
Mumbai's Hajj House as one of its students Patil Salmantaj is also
in the list of selected candidates. This is the first time a
student from Hajj Committee's UPSC coaching centre has cleared the
"Salman has made everyone of us
proud. He is the first student from our centre to clear the UPSC
exams", a beaming Dr Hashmi, the Director of the centre, said
while talking to ummid.com on phone.
As against the last year when 31
Muslims were in the list of a total of 920 successful candidates,
this year's list having 910 successful candidates has 30 Muslims.
In 2010 among 875 selected candidates 21 were Muslims whereas in
2009, out of the total 791 selected candidates, 31 were Muslims.