Shazia Rasool: First girl in old Bla town to crack CSE
Baramulla, Sep 4: Shazia Rasool has become the first girl in old town of this north Kashmir district to crack the Combined Services Examination (CSE), results of which were declared recently. Hailing from Al-Mustafa colony, Shazia is the eldest daughter among the three sisters. “Her achievement has proved that it is not the gender but the determination which can make a parent proud,” said her neighbour.
Shazia Rasool who was once disappointed for not cracking the Common Entrance Test (CET), had strived hard to crack the civil service examination.
“The success of Shazia Rasool is an example for many aspirants who lose their enthusiasm after failing once. She didn’t give up after not getting through in the CET,” said one of her family members.
He said after doing post graduation in Zoology, Shazia got admission for M.Phil in Zoology in University of Kashmir. She never compromised on achieving her goal and managed to devote time for both M.Phil and civil services exams.
“I was disappointed after I failed to crack the CET examination but I knew it that it is not the end of life,” said Shazia With this success, Shazia has achieved the distinction of becoming the first girl from old town in Baramulla to crack the civil services examination.
Her success has made the entire old town proud.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 4 Sep 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 4 Sep 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Mon, 5 Sep 2011 00:00:00 IST
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