After qualifying for the 64th exam of Bihar Public Service, Razia Sultan has created the history to become the first Muslim woman DSP in Bihar. 27 years old Razia qualified for the Bihar Public Service Commission 64th Combined Competitive Exam (CCE) in the first attempt and was appointed for the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police. A total of 1,454 applicants have qualified for the Bihar Public Service Commission 64th Combined Competitive Exam result. The exam was declared on 6th June, Sunday. A total of 28 applicants selected for the Bihar Administrative Service, 10 applicants selected for the Bihar Finance Service, 40 applicants selected for the Bihar Police
Service, 2 applicants selected for the Jail Superintendent, and 8 applicants selected for the Sub Registrar/Joint Sub Registrar. Razia Sultan is from the Gopalganj district of Bihar. Razia has passed her 12th standard from Bokaro and went to Jodhpur for her graduation. She has completed her graduation in Electrical Engineering. She has completed her education from Bokaro in Jharkhand and Rajasthan. She was working as an Assistant Engineer at the local electricity department in Patna. Her father Mohammad Aslam Ansari was a stenographer at Bokaro Steel Plant who died in 2016. She has one younger brother and five
younger sisters in the family. Her brother is an MBA and working in Jhansi. Razia prepared for the examination while working in Bokaro. Razia is the first Muslim Women who have cracked the examination in her first attempt and become the DSP in Bihar. The Muslim officials said that there are fewer Muslim men on duty as this year only 4 out of 40 officials are Muslim. To the date, there are only 98 out of 1,454 Muslims who has qualified for the 64th Combined Competitive Exam (CCE). Razia has made everyone proud for qualifying for the exam as no Muslim women were able to crack this exam earlier, said by M.Rahman, a well-known name in the coaching industry for Civil Services.
In an interview, Razia said that she was taking coaching but she also believed in self-study. She was not completely dependent upon coaching and she made some time for preparing herself. She was offered to study in Hindi as she joined the coaching centre in Patna but she has attempted the exam in the English language. She was focused throughout her preparation which made her crack the exam in the first go. He family always supported her when it comes to studying. To know more about this article stay connected to us.