Dr Faesal felicitated for topping IAS
Vohra invites him to Raj Bhavan
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar/Jammu, May 7: Various people and institutions have felicitated Dr Shah Faesal for topping the prestigious Indian Administrative Service examination and others for qualifying it successfully.
Dr Faesal of Sogam Kupwara, is among 875 candidates recommended for the appointment by the UPSC, which declared the CSE results yesterday.
Governor, N N Vohra
The Governor, N N Vohra, has invited Dr Shah Faesal and his mother Mubeena to the Raj Bhavan.
In a felicitation message, Vohra conveyed his greetings to Dr. Faesal for achieving the feat. He said two students from the Valley had bagged positions in the coveted examinations in past years and this was the first time that a student had topped the list. Vohra was referring to the former PSC chairman, Muhammad Shafi Pandit and Khurshid Ahmad Ganai, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister.
Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz
The Pradesh Congress Committee chief, Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz congratulated Dr. Faisal, Dr Showket Ahmad, Rayees Ahmad and others for qualifying the coveted exams.
“By proving their acumen, they have honoured the J&K people,” Soz said in a statement.
J&K Right to Information Movement
The J&K Right to Information Movement convenor, Dr Raja Muzafar congratulated Dr. Shah Faesal for the achievement.
In a statement he said, “Faesal was an RTI activist and we hail his achievement. It will inspire the youth to prepare for any competitive exams.”
Dr Faesal is hard working who dreamt to see J&K corruption free, Dr Muzafar said adding his (Faesal’s) aim of joining IAS was to serve the downtrodden and ensure good governance.
He said a meeting was held today after which a delegation met Faesal’s family and congratulated them. Faesal has been moderating RTI seminars and workshops for the past many years and had contributing to Greater Kashmir, Dr Sheikh Ghulam Rasool and Shahnawaz Sultan of the Movement said.
Meanwhile, the members accorded a warm welcome to Dr Faesal on his return from New Delhi.
The SKUAST-K fraternity has expressed happiness over the qualifying of IAS examination by its alumnus Dr. Showkat Ahmad Parrey.
In a statement, SKUAST said, Dr Showkat completed his BVSc & AH Degree in the varsity during 2008 with distinction and got appointed as Veterinary Assistant Surgeon through PSC in 2009.
The VC, Prof Anwar Alam and other officials have felicitated Dr Showkat for the feat.
Central University V-C
The Vice-chancellor, Central University Kashmir, Prof. Abdul Wahid Qureshi, also congratulated Dr Faesal and others on achieving the feat.
The principal, staff and students of Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Sogam, Kupwara, have felicitated Dr Shah Faesal on topping the Indian Administrative Service examination.
“We feel elated that Dr Faesal, who passed matriculation from this school, has secured first position in IAS,” said the principal BHSS, Sogam, Manzoor Ahmad Kumar.
JKTF, +2 Lecturers Forum
J&K Teachers Forum Chairman, Abdul Qayoom Wani and J&K Plus Two Lecturers Forum, President Muhammad Usman Malik and have extended felicitations to Dr Faesal and other youth for gaining entry in the coveted cadre.
The DDC, Showkat Ahmed Mir, at a meeting congratulated Dr Faesal of Sogam Lolab for his brilliant success.
Maulana Azad National Urdu University has felicitated Dr Faesal for the achievement.
In a statement, Assistant Regional director and in charge Srinagar Regional Centre, Dr Muhammad Ajaz Ashraf said this was an inspiration for everyone especially for Urdu students.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 7 May 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 7 May 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 8 May 2010 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM KASHMIR
- Healthcare at GMC hospitals no more free
- No readymade solution acceptable: Geelani
- Mirwaiz welcomes resumption of Indo-Pak talks
- Police foil Malik’s Handwara programme
- Dr Faesal felicitated for topping IAS
- Shift Shah to Sgr: Court
- Water receding in Jhelum
- Me’raj Ahmad Kakroo bereaved
- DB orders status quo on wireless operators list
- ‘Field independent candidates in Panchayat polls’
- S P school condoles demise
- Man shot dead
- Gunshots rattle city
- Implement ban on coaching by govt teachers: HC
- Rehmani welcomes Qureshi’s statement
- Zaffar for international intervention on K-issue
- Yusmarg-Barga Gondola work to start soon: Rather
- Pro-freedom demos in Valley
PATIENTS TO PAY FOR EXAMINATIONS, AMBULANCE, DIET
Srinagar, May 7: Government hospitals will no more be a cheap healthcare option for all. The state government has made all services provided to patients at the Government Medical College associated hospitals More
- Srinagar City
Edge Wall, road stretch sinks in under construction drain
GK CITY CORRESPONDENT
Srinagar, May 7: The lack of coordination between project executing agencies is again resulting in the waste of public money in the City. This time the widened stretch of Bypass snaking the south More
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, May 7: The state government has decided to engage nearly 8000 volunteers to help the administration in protecting the environment and create awareness among the people. These youth will be More
- South Asia
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
New Delhi, May 7: The Supreme Court today upheld the Constitutional validity of civil services examination rule giving the option of availing quota benefit to reserved category candidates making it to More
- GK Business
Srinagar, May 7: Yet another hike in the gold prices today pushing the yellow mettle to this year high has come as a major concern for the customers, even as the goldsmiths fear it could have negative More