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UPSC Examination, 2008, Muslim Candidates

Based on the results of the written part of Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2008 held by the Union Public Service Commission in October-November, 2008 and the interviews for Personality Test held in March, 2009, a total 791 candidates qualified for the appointment. Our heartiest congratulations to all.

Here is a list of successful Muslim candidates:


#  SRL NO.    Successful Candidate

1     90          SADRE ALAM
2     20          SUFIYAH FARUQUI
3     603        MD SALIK PARWAIZ
4     134        IMTIAZ ISMAIL PARRAY
5     303        SABIHA RIZVI
6     595        MD SADIQUE ALAM
7     353        PATTAN IMTIYAZ KHAN
8     382        MASHHOOD UR REHMAN FAROOQUI
9     26          SARFARAZ AHMAD
10   304        ANEES AHMAD ANSARI
11   606        MD FAIZUL HAQUE
12   128        MASOOM ALI SARWAR
13   398        CHAN BASHA M
14   502        GEELANI BASHA K S M
15   257        BASIR AHMED
16   664        ABDUL HAKEEM M
17   169        ZIAUL HAQUE
18   540        MOHD SHAHID ALAM
19   541        SHIFALI
20   75          TAMBOLI AYYAJ FAKIRBHAI
21   619        MOHAMMED YUSUF QURESHI
22   460        KAZI SUHAIL ANEESAHMED
23   499        TARIQ MABOOD
24   393        SHAHNAWAZ UL RAHMAN
25   546        MOHD FAIZAN NAYYAR
26   453        AKHTAR HUSSAIN ANSARI
27   244        ASHIQUZZAMAN
28   139        AYESHA RANI A
29   51          SHAID IQBAL
30   523        R GULZAR BEGUM
31   582        MAHFOOZUR REHMAN


UPSC Statistics at a Glance

Year      No. of Successful    No. of Muslims        & of Muslims
              Candidates

2000     427                            14                           3.3%
2001     417                            12                           2.9%
2002     286                            9                             3.1%
2003     413                            13                           3.2%
2004     422                            13                           3.1%
2005     425                            12                           2.8%
2006     474                            18                           3.8%
2007     734                            27                           3.7%
2008     791                            31                           3.9%

Looking at the above statistics, it is evident that there is a noticeable upward trend in terms of percent of Muslim representation from last few years. Like national trend, woman also leads the rank of successful Muslim candidates. We are seeing 4 to 5 Muslim women among the successful candidates. That is very good news.
 

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Women bag top three positions in civil services exam
4 May 2009, 2031 hrs IST, IANS


NEW DELHI: It was woman power all the way in the civil services (main) examination 2008, as they took the top three ranks in one of the toughest competitive exams in the country, officials said Monday.

Shubhra Saxena, a graduate from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, and Sharandeep Kaur Brar, post-graduate from Panjab University, were ranked first and second in the civil services (main) examination 2008, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) announced here. Kiran Kaushal was ranked third.

Among the male candidates, physically challenged Varinder Kumar Sharma was ranked first and overall bagged the fourth position.

Shubhra Saxena cleared the exam in her second attempt. Sharma, a bachelor of engineering from Punjab Engineering College, cleared the exam in his first attempt.

According to the UPSC, which conducts the examination, 318,843 candidates applied for this examination and nearly half had appeared for the preliminary examination.

As many as 11,849 candidates qualified for the main written examination held in October-November 2008.

A total of 2,140 candidates were selected for the personality test conducted in March and of these 625 male and 166 female candidates cleared the final tests.

These candidates have now been recommended for appointment to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and central services, Group 'A' and Group 'B'.

"The top 25 candidates include 15 males and 10 females. Educational qualification- wise they comprise 12 candidates belonging to commerce, management, humanities, science and social sciences," the UPSC said here in a press statement.

"Nine candidates were from engineering and four candidates from medical science background."

The successful candidates include 364 general (including 13 physically challenged candidates), 236 Other Backward Classes (including 7 physically challenged candidates), 130 Scheduled Castes (SC) and 61 Scheduled Tribes candidates.

 

 



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