Young Kashmiri achieves remarkable 7th rank in UPSC Civil Services Exam

SRINAGAR — A youth from south Kashmir’s Anantnag district has secured 7th rank in the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Examination 2022, results of which were declared today.

While speaking to the news agency KNO over the phone from New Delhi, Waseem Ahmad Bhat said that his hard work and dedication towards the UPSC exam have turned out extremely fruitful. “I am very happy with my performance,” he said.

24-year-old Bhat, who hails from Anantnag district, also said that this feat is dedicated to all those who supported him unconditionally.

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He has done B.Tech in Civil Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Srinagar. In 2021, Bhat had secured 225 overall rank in the UPSC Civil Services exam.

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