#NANDED: (#WaraqueTaza #News) Two promising Muslim female students from Nanded have made the name of Nanded district famous all over Maharashtra by passing the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) exams 2019 and set a new example for Muslim students.
Wasima Sheikh Mehboob, a resident of village Joshi Sangvi, Taluka Khandhar Dist Nanded, secured third position in the state in the MPSC examination in the open category. She has been declared eligible for the post of Deputy Collector.
Wasima’s mother works as a laborer while her two brothers drive rickshaws. She achieved this rare success under extreme pressure. She is currently holding the post of State Tax Inspector in Nagpur. Wasima said that she always read the news of the success of dutiful government officials in the newspapers, so she decided to become a government official. After graduating from the Open University, she left for Pune to prepare for the Maharashtra Public Service Commission examination.
Syeda Asma Syed Zaheer Ahmed, a resident of Nanded and holding the post of Assistant Commissioner (Tax), completed her primary education from Khairul Uloom Urdu School, Kharakpura Nanded . Her father is a driver in the Police Department and currently resides in Police Colony, Wazirabad, Nanded. In the SSC examination 2011, Syeda Asma had scored 100% marks.
Apart from these two girls, Baghban Samina Bano Abdul Razzaq, Deputy Superintendent of State Excise Group B and Sheikh Mohammad Ayaz Mohammad Munir, Section Officer Group B have also passed the MPSC examination.
The pre-examination in the State Service was conducted by the Maharashtra Public Service Commission on February 17, 2019, the result of which was revealed on last week. According to the results, 420 students have secured the post. Three lakh 60 thousand 990 students from all over the state had participated for the examination and 6,825 students had qualified for the examination which was to be held in July 2019.