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West Bengal Civil Services Results – 40 Muslim Candidates Qualify

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The son of a former ice-cream seller, Habibulla Laskar, is among the 40 Muslim students out of the total enlisted 321 candidates selected for appointment to the post of Joint Block Development Officer in the West Bengal Civil Service (Executive) examination, Group C. The results were published last month, nearly two years after the completion of the Civil Service Exams. The Preliminary exam was held in January 2016 and main exam was conducted in July 2016. The list of 40 Muslim candidates also includes four women. The 40 candidates along with others will be appointed in various positions under the State administrative hierarchies. Among the forty selected candidates, five Muslim candidates out of 35 total selected candidates were selected for the post of Joint Block Development Officer.
SK Mohammed Rizwanuzzaman, who was selected under the unreserved category, and Selim Habib Sardar, Samirul Islam, Habibulla Laskar, who are under OBC A reservation category, were chosen for the post of Joint Block Development Officer, under the Department of Panchayats and Rural Development. Tanbir Ali Biswas, who is under the unreserved category, and Sk Nasirul Amin, Toushif Hassan, Md Ahsan Qadri and Shoaib Siddique who were selected under OBC A category will work with the Department of Women and Child Development and Social Welfare. The list of female Muslim candidates includes Rejwana Pervin, who is selected in the West Bengal Sub-Ordinate Land Revenue Service, Farah Salim and Fatema Kausar both as Assistant Commercial Tax Officers. These three candidates were selected under the reserved categories, while Nilofer Yasmeen was the only Muslim woman selected under the unreserved category as Assistant Commercial Tax Officer. Habibullah Laskar from Belegachi village of Baruipur block in Bengal’s South 24 Parganas, prepared for only eight months for the exam. Speaking with TwoCircles.net, he said, “My father educated three of his children selling ice-creams in a cycle on the road. Only for the last four years, he left the job when my elder brother got a Government job. Today my whole family is very happy with my success” He added, ” I left a job in the corporate sector when the advertisement for the exam came.”
(Extracted from twocircles.net)