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Delhi girl Tina Dabi has topped the 2015 civil services examination in her first attempt while Kashmiri youth Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan came second.
Delhi-based Jasmeet Singh Sandhu, an Indian Revenue Service officer, has secured the third position. The fourth and fifth ranks went to Uttar Pradesh-based Artika Shukla and Shashank Tripathi, respectively. While congratulating winners and wishing them good as they start a “new and exciting phase” of their lives, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also had some advice for those who did not make it.
“To those who couldn’t clear–the disappointment is understandable, but you must look ahead and work hard for your future endeavours. Good luck,” Modi tweeted.
Tina (22), who graduated



from Lady Shri Ram College, was beaming. “I am very happy and feel very ecstatic, can’t express in words. Patience, focus, discipline and family support worked in my favour,” said Tina.
She has chosen Haryana as her cadre as she found it “very challenging”.Akthar (23) is from Anantnag in South Kashmir and he got through in his second attempt.In 2014, he was selected for the Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) and is presently undergoing training at the Indian Railways Institute of Transport Management, Lucknow.
“I will not leave any stone unturned to work for the betterment of people. I have opted for Jammu & Kashmir cadre. I think there is a lot of scope to fulfil aspirations of the people of my state,” he said.

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