Shaba Alam Ansari tops Indian Forest Service Exam 2010
By TCN News,
New Delhi: While Shah Faisal topping India’s prestigious Civil Services Exam (IAS Exam 2010) was still fresh in mind when another youth Shaba Alam Ansari today brought new hope for the Muslim community by topping the list of successful candidates for Indian Forest Service Exam 2010.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today announced the result of the Indian Forest Service Examination held in July 2010. The list in order of merit contains names of 85 candidates, including 35 belonging to Other Backward Classes, 15 to the Scheduled Castes and 07 to the Scheduled Tribes.
Shaba Alam Ansari (Roll No: 032073) is on the top. Ansari did his B.Sc. in Forestry and M.Sc. in Wood Science and Technology at Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, Uttarakhand. He did his high schooling at DAV Public School, Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
Some other youths of the community are also in the list of successful candidates. They include: Muhammed Shabab P (Rank: 31, Roll No: 012503) and Nooh PB (Rank: 58, Roll No: 002705)
The appointment to the Service will be made by the Government according to the number of vacancies available. The number of vacancies intimated by the Government is 85 (Eighty Five).
The candidature of eighteen candidates with Roll No. 2523, 2705, 3493, 9473, 15550, 16810, 18039, 18442, 21140, 22740, 26325, 29133, 32502, 34265, 35924, 37805, 38772 & 38928 is provisional.
UPSC has a “Facilitation Counter” near Examination Hall in its campus. Candidates can obtain any information / clarification during working days in person or over telephone Nos.23385271 /23381125/23098543.
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