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IAS Topper Faz Lul Hazeeb: AIR 36, UPSC CSE 2017
Every year UPSC conducts civil services examination for the recruitment of various civil services like Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS), and Indian Revenue Services (IRS) etc. The result of UPSC Civil Services Examination was declared in May. This year result came with some interesting stories of toppers.
Anudeep Durishetty an IRS Officer secured 1st rank & becomes the topper of CSE 2017. 2nd rank is secured by Anu Kumari who started her career after her marriage. Sachin Gupta has secured 3rd rank with his dedication & hard work.
Faz Lul Hazeeb has secured 36th rank in CSE 2017. So let’s begin his journey.
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Name: Faz Lul Hazeeb
Father’s Name: Farooq Ahmad
Age: 26 Years
Hometown: Srinagar, Jammu, and Kashmir
Rank: AIR 36
Year: CSE 2017
No. of Attempts: 3
Optional Subject: Urdu
In civil services examination 2017, 15 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir are able to clear the exam and make their parents proud. Faz Lul Hasib belongs to Srinagar has topped among all the candidates from Jammu and Kashmir. In civil services examination 2016, 14 candidates were able to clear the exam.
In the previous years, Bilal Mohiuddin had secured 10th rank and Amir Khan has become the second topper by securing 2nd rank all over India. This time Hazeeb made his family proud by achieving an excellent rank.
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Hazeeb belongs to a beautiful city Jammu and Kashmir but he didn’t have a lot of sources for the CSE preparation and this never stops him achieving his dream. UPSC CSE is not an easy thing, it requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and consistency to clear it. It is a very long journey, it tests your patience. So, you should never get frustrated from the preparation days.
He gets motivated by his father for the IAS preparation. His father Farooq Ahmad is presently working as a Director of Academics at the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education. He has seen his father doing a lot of hard work for the education sector, which inspired him to become an IAS officer and help him in the journey towards the betterment of the country.
During an interview, Habeeb said “My father Farooq Ahmad Peer presently Director Academics at the J&K Board of School education proved to be a source of inspiration for me when I saw him working overtime to ensure fast-track the recruitment process as a member Service Selection Board. I thought I can do better if I qualify IAS and work for giving people a judicious and transparent system of governance.” He further added, “I got inspired by my father to become an IAS, he strengthened my dream, after that, I came to Delhi and started preparations.”
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He completed his schooling from Barnhawal School of Srinagar. After this, he had pursued his engineering from Jammu’s Mayotte College. After completing his college he moved to Delhi to prepare for CSE. As there are not a lot of resources available in Jammu and Kashmir that is why he decided to move to Delhi and do his preparation. He came to Delhi in 2014 and he constantly gave the 3 years of his life to achieve his dream.
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Importance of Education
His father is the source of his inspiration behind his success. But his mother also strengthens him during his entire journey. He said “My mother often used to give me the strength when I would think about my fate in an examination that attracts the best talent across the country and only a few are enough fortunate find themselves in the final selected list. I also was encouraged by one of my cousins who is a doctor by profession and another relation Umar Manzoor who is a telecom engineer in the J&K police telecom department.”
His parents always taught him the importance of education. He believes that you can solve any problem or you can fight with every situation if you are educated. Education is not the only solution but it is an important part of the society and it should be the necessity of your life. He truly believes that education is a basic necessity which is essential for the development of the society. Regarding this, he said “I do not say that all issues will be resolved through education, but a solution to problems can be found through education. If you look at the history of the world, then it will be clear that one for the education development Essential element.”
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This was his third attempt for the CSE. He had attempted the exam twice in 2015 and 2016. In 2015 he gave the CSE prelims but he was not able to clear it and couldn’t go further in the CSE process. Then again in 2016 he prepared for the exam and gave the prelims, but this time also he was not able to clear the prelims examination.
All this made him very sad but he never stops doing hard work. He truly believes that if you consistently do hard work then someday your hard work will pay off. Then again in 2017, he gave the CSE and this time he cleared it with an excellent rank. He worked on his strategy and weaknesses. He analyzes his previous performances, tries to found out the mistakes he had done previously and then worked on them to clear the exam.
He said “I was sitting in the Civil Services Examination twice in 2015 and 2016, but I could pass only the Prelims. I did not lose courage. It was a matter of fact that I have a big goal like IAS. Therefore, I used to get myself easily frustrated by disappointment. It was also expected that whatever I am doing, nothing will be paid for it.”
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List of 2017 Toppers
- Anudeep Durishetty: AIR 1, CSE 2017
- Anu Kumari: AIR 2, CSE 2017
- Sachin Gupta: AIR 3, CSE 2017
- Atul Prakash: AIR 4, CSE 2017
- Pratham Kaushik: AIR 5, CSE 2017
- Koya Shree Harsha: AIR 6, CSE 2017
- Ayush Sinha: AIR 7, CSE 2017
- Soumya Sharma: AIR 9, CSE 2017
- Abhishek Surana: AIR 10, CSE 2017
- Ashima Jain: AIR 12, CSE 2017
- Neha Jain: AIR 14, CSE 2017
- Shikha Surendran: AIR 16, CSE 2017
- Sangh Priy: AIR 92, CSE 2017
- Mudit Jain: AIR 173, CSE 2017
- Sagar Kumar: AIR 13, CSE 2017
- Abhilasha Abhinav: AIR 18, CSE 2017
- Abhijeet Sinha: AIR 19, CSE 2017
- Varjeet Walia: AIR 21, CSE 2017
- Akhil Pilani: AIR 22, CSE 2017
- Shivani Gupta: AIR 121, CSE 2017
- Amandeep Singh: AIR 349, CSE 2017
- Tapasya Parihar: AIR 23, CSE 2017
- Rishi Raj: AIR 27, CSE 2017
- Ankit Pannu: AIR 31, CSE 2017
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