UPSC Result 2022: 13 from Jammu, 3 from Kashmir qualify Civil Services Exam
JAMMU, May 23: At least 16 aspirants from J&K Union Territory, 13 from Jammu and three from Kashmir, have cracked the Civil Services Examination 2022, the results of which was declared today by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Wasim Ahmad Bhat from Dooru in Anantnag, Parsanjeet Kour from Poonch and Nittin Singh from Kathua have secured 7th, 11th and 32nd rank, respectively.
Others, who have qualified the UPSC, are Naved Ashan Bhat from Sopore (84th rank), Ambika Raina (164th rank), Namneet Singh from R S Pura (191), Manan Bhat of Soura in Srinagar (231), Arjun Gupta from Trikuta Nagar Jammu (228), Manil Bejotra from Bishnah in Jammu (314), Mohd Irfan from Thathar Bantalab in Jammu (476), Dwarka Gaadhi from Bishnah in Jammu (505), Anjeet Singh of Bhalesa in Doda (565), Abhinandan Singh from Nardi Bala, Akhnoor (749), Nivranshu Hans (811) Dr Iram Choudhary from Rajouri (852) and Aadesh Basnotra (888).
Total 933 candidates have been declared qualified in the Civil Services Examination 2022 with women bagging the top four ranks. Ishita Kishore secured the first spot and she has been followed by Garmia Lohia, Uma Harathi N and Smriti Mishra with 2nd, 3rd and 4th rank, respectively. This is the second year in a row when women candidates got the top three ranks in the most prestigious exam.
From Jammu and Kashmir, 16 candidates have qualified the Civil Services Exam and a few of them had already cracked the UPSC or JKAS exams, earlier.
Waseem Ahmad Bhat, a 25-year-old from the Dooru area in South Kashmir’s Anantnag, who has brought laurels to J&K by securing the 7th rank in the UPSC-2022 examination, had last year secured the 225th rank and he outdid himself with an impressive performance this year.
Having completed his B.Tech in Civil Engineering from the prestigious National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar, Waseem was determined to improve his All India Rank in the UPSC. When the previous year’s results were announced, he set his sights on working harder and achieving greater success.
Expressing his joy, Waseem said, “I feel happy. I am just trying to let it sink in. It was 225 last year, and now it is 7. For this feat, the credit goes to my family and friends who stood with me in every situation.”
In a message to aspiring youngsters, Waseem emphasized the importance of recognizing one’s potential, working diligently, and striving to achieve their goals. He suggested them to make a difference by setting clear objectives and pursuing them with unwavering passion. For those interested in pursuing a career in Civil Services, Waseem stressed the need for proper guidance at the right time. He stressed that besides guidance, aspiring candidates must be willing to put in the hard work required for success.
Parsanjeet Kour, daughter of Pharmacist Nirmal Singh and Darshan Kour of Poonch, who has secured 11th rank in the Civil Services Exam in her first attempt, has desired to serve the people of Jammu and Kashmir with a particular focus on the healthcare and education sector.
“I will choose to become an IAS officer and work for the betterment of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. There are numerous challenges in the healthcare and education sector in Poonch and I am determined to address them,’ she said.
Pertinent to mention that Parsanjeet Kour has already cleared JKAS 2021 exam and she is currently undergoing basic training.
Nittin Singh, son of Manohar Singh, resident of Ward number 4, near Govt High School Dorsi Forlane, Kathua, who has secured 32nd rank in UPSC 2022, had also cracked JKAS 2021 exam with 14th rank.
Namneet Singh of village Tanda in R S Pura, who has secured 191st rank in UPSC 2022, had got 436th rank in UPSC 2021.
Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh and others have congratulated the qualified candidates from J&K as well as the four women toppers for their success.
As many as 933 candidates, 613 men and 320 women, have qualified the civil Services Exam 2022. The top 25 candidates comprise 14 women and 11 men.
There were 1,022 vacancies reported by the Centre to be filled through the civil Services Examination. It include 180 IAS officers, 38 IFS, 200 IPS, 473 in Group A central Services and 131 in group B service. A total of 178 candidates have been put in the reserve list by the UPSC