Seven of the twelve ZFI Fellows qualify in UPSC Mains
By TCN News,
New Delhi: Seven of the twelve Zakat Foundation of India (ZFI) Fellows have cleared the UPSC Mains.
Results for UPSC written exam that was conducted in October 2012 was announced today. Candidates who have cleared this exam will appear for interviews that will determine their final selection for Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service and other Central Services posts.
Seven ZFI Fellows who cleared the Mains are:
1.Sayyid Rabbi Hashmi (Kerala)
2. Safeer Karim (Kerala)
3. Abdul Salam M (Kerala)
4. Waseem Akram UP)
5. Anees C (Kerala)
6. U Udaya Kiran (A.P.)
7. Naieem Mustafa (Rajasthan)
ZFI is preparing candidates for Civil Services since 2007. One of their fellow Shah Faesal topped the UPSC exam in 2010.
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