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Prof K Nageshwar: Supreme Court slams UPSC Jihad TV show (Video)

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The UPSC has recruited 42 Muslim candidates through the Civil Services Exam (CSE) for the 2019 batch up from 28 last year.

Safna Nazarudeen, who ranked 45, has secured the highest rank among Muslim candidates and is the only one from the community among the top 100.
According to the CSE results released by the UPSC Tuesday, a total of 829 candidates have cleared the latest exam. Muslim candidates comprise 5 per cent of this, as has been the trend over the last few years. Muslims are believed to constitute nearly 15 per cent of Indias population.

The number of Muslim candidates picked last year was 28, or 4 per cent of the 759 candidates recruited.

 

For the 2016 batch, for the first time in history, 50 Muslims were selected through the UPSC, with 10 making it to the top 100. In the 2017 batch, too, 50 Muslims were selected through the exam.
For the 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 batches, this number was 30, 34, 38 and 36, respectively.

Since 2016, the percentage of Muslim candidates has remained around 5 per cent, which is a big feat, considering that, since Independence, this number was around 2.5 per cent, said Zafar Mahmood of the Zakat Foundation, which grooms Muslim candidates for the UPSC.

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'UPSC ' || Supreme Court slams UPSC Jihad TV show || The UPSC has recruited 42 Muslim candidates through the Civil Services Exam (CSE) for the 2019 batch up from 28 last year. Safna Nazarudeen, who ranked 45, has secured the highest rank among Muslim candidates and is the only one from the community among the top 100. According to the CSE results released by the UPSC Tuesday, a total of 829 candidates have cleared the latest exam. Muslim candidates comprise 5 per cent of this, as has been the trend over the last few years. Muslims are believed to constitute nearly 15 per cent of Indias population. The number of Muslim candidates picked last year was 28, or 4 per cent of the 759 candidates recruited. For the 2016 batch, for the first time in history, 50 Muslims were selected through the UPSC, with 10 making it to the top 100. In the 2017 batch, too, 50 Muslims were selected through the exam. For the 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 batches, this number was 30, 34, 38 and 36, respectively. Since 2016, the percentage of Muslim candidates has remained around 5 per cent, which is a big feat, considering that, since Independence, this number was around 2.5 per cent, said Zafar Mahmood of the Zakat Foundation, which grooms Muslim candidates for the UPSC.

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