Man, Who Grew Up In Orphanage, Gets 46th Rank In J&K Civil Service Exam
Despite financial troubles and seeming hopelessness, Gazi Abdullah kept his eye on his target.A man who grew up in an orphanage secured the 46th rank in the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service.A resident of the Doda district, Gazi Abdullah lost his father when he was just two years old. He was raised in an orphanage in Kashmir and pursued his post-graduation at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)."
he cleared for several scholarships. Speaking about his preparation for the KAS exam, Gazi Abdullah said that he focussed on basics like NCERT books and the correct use of the internet."I started preparing from the very basic level and relied on NCERT books and later some standard civil service books. Along with this, I used to tutor students at a nearly tribal hostel in the evenings to make ends meet. This was an(one arrow, three targets) situation, as I could earn some money, students got good tuition, and I could be clear about basic concepts in many subjects including history and political science," he said.