The top three ranks in Civil Services Examination 2015 are grabbed by Delhi girl, Tina Dabi (Rank 1, CSE 2015), Athar Ameer Ul Shafi Khan (Rank 2, CSE 2015) from Anantnag (J&K) and Jasmeet Singh Sandhu (Rank 3, CSE 2015) again from Delhi.
It is said that the greatest opportunity we have been given is ‘life’ and throughout the life we keep on getting enormous opportunity to grow.
Through the result of Civil Services Examination 2015 announced recently, availing the opportunity many youngsters have realized their dreams and accomplished the task they have set for themselves.
Getting a place in merit-list is big and well deserved; but, as always, eyes search for the successful candidates grabbing top ranks.
This year, first rank Tina Dabi, 22 years old girl from Delhi has gripped the opportunity and has achieved great success at an age where common candidates starts thinking about this grueling competition.
With schooling from Convent of Jesus & Mary School in Delhi and graduating from Lady Shriram College (Delhi University) with Political Science, Tina has been a meritorious student and has show her mettle by cracking this examination in her first attempt.
She had Political Science as her optional Subject.
An engineer, Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan from Anantnag (J&K) has secured second rank with Philosophy as optional subject. This success has come to him in his second attempt.
Although, he passed this examination last year as well and has held 560th rank in CSE 2014 and got Indian Railway Traffic Services (IRTS).
He has been undergoing training at Lucknow and is just 23 year old.
The third rank has been grabbed by Jasmeet Singh Sandhu from Delhi. It has been a long wait for him to accomplish the task he has set for himself as this success came to him in fourth attempt.
First two attempts were fruitless; but, in third, he got selected and got into Indian Revenue Services (IRS - C&CE) and currently going through training at Faridabad.
Jasmeet has got this success with Literature of Punjabi Language as optional subject.Last Update Tuesday 7th June 2016