Sana Ramchand becomes first Hindu woman to clear Central Superior Services examination in Pakistan

Sana Ramchand becomes first Hindu woman to clear Central Superior Services examination in Pakistan Dr Sana Ramchand (File Photo) Credits: Mukesh Meghwar Twitter

New Delhi:  Dr Sana Ramchand became the first woman in the history of Pakistan to clear the the nation’s prestigious Central Superior Services (CSS) examination in which she will serve in the Pakistan Administrative Services (PAS). Ramchand is an MBBS doctor and hails from Shikarpur district in Sindh province.

She was one of the 221 candidates who cleared the CSS exams out of the total 18,553 aspirants. The final selection has been made after an elaborate medical, psychological and oral tests. After the results, Sana tweeted, “Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh”, and added, “I’m pleased to share that by the grace of Allah Almighty, I have cleared the CSS 2020 and been allocated to PAS. All credit goes to my parents.”

A total of 79 women have cleared the exams which has a pass percentage of less than two percentage.

Senior leader of Pakistan People Party Farhatullah Babar tweeted, “Congratulations to Dr Sana Ramchand. She has done proud the Hindu community of Pakistan, indeed the whole country.”

Ramchand did her MBBS from Chandka Medical College in Sindh province and completed her house job in the Civil Hospital Karachi. She is currently doing FCPS from Sindh Institute of Urology and Transparent and soon would become a qualified surgeon.

With inputs from PTI

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