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Barak Valley's Hasanuzzaman cracks UPSC, fulfils father's dream

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Silchar, Sept 26: The last 24 hours have been the best time of their lives for Zakir Ahmed Choudhury and Samsun Nahar Choudhury, residents of Sonai Road in Silchar as their son Ahmed Hasanuzzaman Choudhury cracked the coveted Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) civil services examination 2020, the results of which were declared on Saturday.


27-year old Hasanuzzaman, a B.Tech (Mechanical) graduate from the Jamia Millia Islamia, a central university in 2017, cleared the UPSC examination securing 283rd All India Rank bringing great joy not only for his family but for the people of Barak Valley and Assam at large.

"It is the happiest and proud moment for me and my family as I always used to dream of this moment to come. My son has fulfilled my dream with his determination, dedication and keenness in public service. We could realise his interest in this area and encouraged him to pursue his dream," Zakir Ahmed Choudhury, who is a retired CGM in the Assam Electricity Grid Corporation Limited (AEGCL) told The Assam Tribune on Sunday.

Choudhury added that he wishes his son to dedicate his services for the development of people and serve the nation with utmost sincerity. "We have our home and relatives in Hailakandi district as well. Up to Class-X, he studied in Kendriya Vidyalaya Silchar. Later, when I was posted in Tezpur, my son along with my two daughters studied at the National Public School in Guwahati and later moved to Jamia Milia Islamia for his B.Tech and after that, he did his coaching from the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) inside Jamia Millia Islamia campus. His determination and hard work reaped rewards today as he could clear the examination in his third attempt. We would want him to dedicate his services to the development of the people of the country and Assam in particular. Our state needs attention in a lot of areas of civic life and his services with sincerity and honesty would certainly contribute a great deal in those areas. Also, his achievement and services should encourage the aspirants from Barak Valley and other parts of the state at large," Choudhury maintained.

Earlier, expressing his reactions, Hasanuzaman said, "I am happy and relieved. I thank Almighty Allah, my family and relatives for giving me all the motivation to serve the people of the nation, particularly Assam. I feel if I can inspire even a single person through my work, I would be thankful,"

Sharing experiences of his preparations for the Civil Services Examination at the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) inside the Jamia Millia Islamia campus, Hasanuzzaman said the facilities for the aspirants have been excellent and informed that along with him, 20 others coached at the RCA have cleared the examination.

Further, asked about his message for the young aspirants for the UPSC examination from southern Assam, Hasanuzzaman said, "This region has loads of potential to crack competitive examinations like the UPSC. I believe that while the examination is a journey full of ebbs and flows, the aspirants must not give up in their pursuit. People aspiring for the UPSC need to grind themselves and results will follow."

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Barak Valleys Hasanuzzaman cracks UPSC, fulfils fathers dream

Silchar, Sept 26: The last 24 hours have been the best time of their lives for Zakir Ahmed Choudhury and Samsun Nahar Choudhury, residents of Sonai Road in Silchar as their son Ahmed Hasanuzzaman Choudhury cracked the coveted Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) civil services examination 2020, the results of which were declared on Saturday.


27-year old Hasanuzzaman, a B.Tech (Mechanical) graduate from the Jamia Millia Islamia, a central university in 2017, cleared the UPSC examination securing 283rd All India Rank bringing great joy not only for his family but for the people of Barak Valley and Assam at large.

"It is the happiest and proud moment for me and my family as I always used to dream of this moment to come. My son has fulfilled my dream with his determination, dedication and keenness in public service. We could realise his interest in this area and encouraged him to pursue his dream," Zakir Ahmed Choudhury, who is a retired CGM in the Assam Electricity Grid Corporation Limited (AEGCL) told The Assam Tribune on Sunday.

Choudhury added that he wishes his son to dedicate his services for the development of people and serve the nation with utmost sincerity. "We have our home and relatives in Hailakandi district as well. Up to Class-X, he studied in Kendriya Vidyalaya Silchar. Later, when I was posted in Tezpur, my son along with my two daughters studied at the National Public School in Guwahati and later moved to Jamia Milia Islamia for his B.Tech and after that, he did his coaching from the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) inside Jamia Millia Islamia campus. His determination and hard work reaped rewards today as he could clear the examination in his third attempt. We would want him to dedicate his services to the development of the people of the country and Assam in particular. Our state needs attention in a lot of areas of civic life and his services with sincerity and honesty would certainly contribute a great deal in those areas. Also, his achievement and services should encourage the aspirants from Barak Valley and other parts of the state at large," Choudhury maintained.

Earlier, expressing his reactions, Hasanuzaman said, "I am happy and relieved. I thank Almighty Allah, my family and relatives for giving me all the motivation to serve the people of the nation, particularly Assam. I feel if I can inspire even a single person through my work, I would be thankful,"

Sharing experiences of his preparations for the Civil Services Examination at the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) inside the Jamia Millia Islamia campus, Hasanuzzaman said the facilities for the aspirants have been excellent and informed that along with him, 20 others coached at the RCA have cleared the examination.

Further, asked about his message for the young aspirants for the UPSC examination from southern Assam, Hasanuzzaman said, "This region has loads of potential to crack competitive examinations like the UPSC. I believe that while the examination is a journey full of ebbs and flows, the aspirants must not give up in their pursuit. People aspiring for the UPSC need to grind themselves and results will follow."

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