New Delhi: The prestigious UPSC- Union Public Service Commission examination’s results proved best for the Delhi- based Tina Dabi as she has topped the examination, while the second rank is secured by a Railway officer- Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan who is hailing from the Jammu & Kashmir state.
Besides, these successful candidates, the Delhi- based Jasmeet Singh Sandhu who being an officer in Indian Revenue Services has secured 3rd position in rank and the other candidates namely, Artika Shukla and Shashank Tripathi secured fourth and fifth rank respectively in the topper list.
While so, insofar as the first topper in the list, namely, Tina Dabi in her first attempt got biggest achievement and success, and she is only twenty- two- year- old and recently got graduate degree from Lady Shri Ram College. While commenting on her successfully getting top in the list, she said “it is indeed a proud moment for me.”
Whereas, the second rank holder in the top list of UPSC examination, 2015, being a twenty- three- year- old Athar is hailing from Anantnag in South Kashmir and he got this success in his second attempt. In his first attempt in the year 2014, the said candidate got Indian Railway Traffic Service- IRTS and is presently undergoing training in Indian Railways Institute of Transport Management at Lucknow. While commenting on his success, Mr. Athar found stated that “it is a dream come true” and he added that “I will not leave any stone unturned to work for the betterment of people.”
Moreover, he also stated that he had made choice for Jammu and Kashmir cadre also. “I will be happy in case I get chance to work there. I think there is a lot of scope to fulfil aspirations of people of my state.”
The third topper in the list of UPSC examinations, namely, Jasmeet whose father works in Indian Council of Agricultural Researcher- ICAR, commented saying thanks to his parents and teachers for his success. He said “it is all because of my family, friends and Mukul Pathak Sir (coach to him) that I could secure third rank in the exam.”