An engineering graduate from National Institute of Technology Srinagar and a resident of Mattan area of Anantnag district has cracked UPSC Civil Services Mains 2020 examination after figuring in the reserve list on January 01.
Talking to Kashmir News Service (KNS), Adam Mohiuddin, who hails from Mattan, said that he was delighted to see his name figuring in the reserve list as he had worked very hard for this exam.
Adam said that he had appeared in the UPSC examination several times and it was really good to see my name figuring in the reserve list. “I have done engineering from NIT Srinagar and after completing my engineering degree I decided to prepare for the UPSC,” he said.
Adam also creditedd his parents for his success in the UPSC exam. “My parents have also been very supportive. This was my father’s dream that I should qualify this exam and he motivated me to appear in this exam. Without his support this would not have been possible,” he said.
He also said that those who aspire to become civil servants and want to crack the UPSC, should work hard and work on their weaknesses and they will definetly crack this exam.
Notably, the result of Civil Services Main exam was declared on September 24, 2021 and 761 candidates were recommended in order of merit for appointment to IAS, IFS, IPS and Central Services Group A and Group B against 836 vacancies.
As per the official notice, the Commission was also maintaining a consolidated reserve list in order of merit below the last recommended candidate under the respective categories. As sought by the Department of Personnel and Training, the Commission has now recommended 75 candidates which include 52 general, 19 OBC, 2 EWS and 2 SC to fill up the remaining posts based on the Civil Services exam 2020.