Srinagar, Jul 6: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed congratulated the candidates from the state who qualified the UPSC civil services examinations, saying they will become role models for many aspiring students.
"My heartfelt congratulations to all the successful candidates who qualified country's premier examination, especially those from J&K State, who made it to the list this year," Sayeed said in statement issued last evening.
Conveying his best wishes to the successful candidates from the state, Sayeed said that they will become role models and inspiration for many aspiring students tomorrow.
"Their stories have been ones of commitment, passion and single-minded devotion to achieve their goals," he said.
Baseer-ul-Haq, Afaq Ahmad Giri, Mohammad Yasin, Prayati Sharma, Deeba Farhat, Athar Amir-ul-Shafi Khan and Irfan Hafiz were among the 10 candidates who cracked the exam, results for which were declared on Saturday.
The Minister especially lauded the effort of Athar Amir-ul-Shafi (22), a resident of Mattan in Anantnag district, for qualifying the prestigious examination at such a young age.
He further expressed hope that the candidates will emulate their success while discharging their official duties and providing succour to the people.