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My achievement will inspire Valley's youth: Kashmiri who got 10th UPSC rank - Hindustan Times

Jammu and Kashmir's Bilal Mohi Ud Din Bhat, ranked tenth in the Union Public Service Commission's (UPSC) civil services examination for 2016, had his heart set on the prestigious administrative services since childhood. “If you are determined to push ...and more »

UPSC results: 14, including policeman's son, clear civil services exam from Kashmir - Livemint

Srinagar: Kashmir's students have hit the headlines for another reason, as pen and paper replace the stones that the Valley's youth are increasingly being identified with. The news that 14 Jammu and Kashmir students—one of them a head constable's ...and more »

J&K police toast constable's son for clearing UPSC - The Indian Express

Among the 14 candidates from Jammu & Kashmir who cleared the civil services examinations this year, the highest ever for the state, is Suhail Qasim Mir, son of a police head constable from south Kashmir's Bijbhera. More and more Kashmiri youth have ...and more »

UPSC Civil Services Examination 2016 Results: 14 from J&K in merit list, highest from state so far - India.com

Jammu, Jun 1: In a first, 14 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir passed the civil services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Out of the 14, highest from the state so far, Bilal Mohidin (31) has topped from Jammu and ...and more »

UPSC result 2017: 14 qualify from Jammu and Kashmir, Bilal Bhat gets all-India 10th rank - Firstpost

Fourteen candidates from Jammu and Kashmir have made the merit list of the recently announced Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Service Exam conducted in 2016. This is a rare bit of uplifting news coming out of the terror-hit state which has ...and more »

UPSC merit list sees 14 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir for the first time - International Business Times, India Edition

The UPSC results 2016 were declared yesterday, May 31, and Jammu and Kashmir was in for a pleasant surprise. For the first time, 14 candidates from the state made it to the merit list. Bilal Mohidin Bhat, a resident of Unsoo Wahipora in north Kashmir's ...and more »

The Crux: Kashmir's UPSC Heroes Challenge Stereotype - News18

Google the word Kashmiri youth - and the first 20 images that pop up are of stonepelters. Now 14 young men and women from Jammu and Kashmir have cracked the UPSC exam. It's the highest number from the state. Chances are you won't get to hear about ...and more »

51 Muslims clear UPSC exams, Kashmir resident bags 10th rank - TwoCircles.net

By Raqib Hameed Naik, TwoCircles.net. New Delhi: Of the total 1,099 successful candidates in the final list of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examinations, 50 Muslims have made it to this year's result, with Bilal Mohiud Din Bhat from ...and more »

UPSC Civil Services merit list has 14 from Jammu & Kashmir, highest - The Indian Express

FOR THE first time, 14 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir have passed the civil services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. Among these, Bilal Mohidin, 31, who hails from Haripora Unisoo village in North Kashmir's Langate ...and more »

Bilal Mohiuddin Bhat who scored tenth rank in UPSC inspires many Kashmiri youths - Zee News

Jammu: Bilal Mohiuddin Bhat, who achieved tenth rank in the Union Public Service Commission's civil services examination for 2016, hopes that his achievement would encourage a lot of Kashmiri youths to come to the mainstream and work for the nation.and more »