DC, Hailakandi, Adil Khan has congratulated Maria Tanim who topped the APSC and Jagriti Kaluwar from the tea tribe community.
Deputy Commissioner, Hailakandi, Adil Khan has congratulated Maria Tanim from Lala, Hailakandi, who topped the Combined Competition Examination, 2016 for junior grade conducted by the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC), the results of which were announced on late Friday evening.
In a statement, Deputy Commissioner Khan while extending his heartiest congratulations to Tanim, said she has made Hailakandi proud by emerging as a topper in the APSC civil service junior grade.
Khan also congratulated another girl from Lala, Jagriti Kaluwar from the tea tribe community to clear the civil service exam. Kaluwar, a student of Mount Peak English School, secured 89th slot.
Khan wished both of them a bright and successful future.
Daughter of Kutub Uddin Barbhuiya, a former block development officer, Tanim cleared the civil service exam in her second attempt. She had graduated with B.Tech degree from Amity University, Noida.
Tanim has now set her eyes on the UPSC which she wants to crack in near future. She owes her success to the hard work she put in and the inspiration and motivation from her parents, relatives and friends.
While Tanim secured the top slot, Munmi Saikia and Nirmal Jyoti Sarmah secured the second and third rank respectively. Barenya Ranjan Barthakur has topped in the Assam Land and Revenue Service.
Altogether the commission had recommended 95 ACS junior grade posts for appointment to various services. Three candidates have been selected for posting in Assam Police Service (junior grade) cadre posts with Anupjyoti Borah securing the top position.
60 candidates have been recommended for appointment to Assam Land and Revenue Service (junior grade), three for Labour Officer’s post and two others for the post of tax superintendent.
Five candidates have been selected for appointment as Assistant Registrar of Cooperative Societies, six as Inspector of Labour and eight as Inspector of Taxes. Another 12 candidates were recommended by the APSC for the post of Excise Inspector. Ten others have been selected as Assistant Employment Officers.