Two promising people from the district have success in Bihar PCs

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Two promising candidates from the district have earned the district credit with good placements in Bihar PCS. There is a surge of happiness in the families of the Promisee as they get the officer rank. People honored the promising ones.
Gufran Mazhari, a resident of station number 15 Kali Mahal of the PDDU Nagar, has secured the 385th place in Bihar PCS. On the other hand, Manish Kumar Patel, a resident of Madhiyan, has become an officer of the Panchayati Raj by reaching 843 ranks on the first attempt.
Aslam Raine, father of Gufran Mazhari, a resident of the city’s Kali Mahal, works in a private job. The second of five siblings, Gufran received his early education by staying in Sasaram, Bihar. Passed 10th grade in 2005 and intermediate in 2007 graduated from Patna University in 2010 and prepared for competitive exams. Gufran passed the UP PCS exam in 2011 and 2015 but was unsuccessful. In 2013 he became a teacher at Inter College in the Rohtas district. In the meantime, Bihar PCS has been selected for the third time. According to the Padav correspondent, Manish Kumar Patel, son of Jagnarayan Patel, a resident of Madhiya, finished 843rd in the Bihar PCS exam on the first attempt. Manish Kumar was appointed Panchayat Raj district officer. With the success of the son, a wave of joy spreads throughout the village, including the family.
Various organizations honored Gufran Mazhari, a Kali Mahal resident of PDDU Nagar, for his success in Bihar PCS. City Council Committee President Ramji Gupta and Anand Shukla honored Gufran by wreaths and sweets to feed them. Similarly, congress officials arrived at Muhammad Gufran’s residence and honored his father, Mohammad Aslam Raine, by crowning him. State Congress Committee OBC Vice President Dayaram Patel, State Secretary General of Minorities Congress Shahid Tausif, Maroof Ansari and Julkar were present on the occasion.

Two promising candidates from the district have earned the district credit with good placements in Bihar PCS. There is a surge of happiness in the families of the Promisee as they get the officer rank. People honored the promising ones.

Gufran Mazhari, a resident of station number 15 Kali Mahal of the PDDU Nagar, has secured the 385th place in Bihar PCS. On the other hand, Manish Kumar Patel, a resident of Madhiyan, has become an officer of the Panchayati Raj by reaching 843 ranks on the first attempt.

Aslam Raine, father of Gufran Mazhari, a resident of the city’s Kali Mahal, works in a private job. The second of five siblings, Gufran received his early education by staying in Sasaram, Bihar. Passed 10th grade in 2005 and intermediate grade in 2007. Graduated from Patna University in 2010 and preparing for competitive exams. Gufran passed the UP PCS exam in 2011 and 2015 but was unsuccessful. In 2013 he became a teacher at Inter College in the Rohtas district. In the meantime, Bihar PCS has been selected for the third time. According to the Padav correspondent, Manish Kumar Patel, son of Jagnarayan Patel, a resident of Madhiya, had the 843 at the first attempt. Manish Kumar was appointed district official of Panchayat Raj. With the success of the son, a wave of joy spreads throughout the village, including the family.

Various organizations honored Gufran Mazhari, a Kali Mahal resident of PDDU Nagar, for his success in Bihar PCS. City Council Committee President Ramji Gupta and Anand Shukla honored Gufran by wreaths and sweets to feed them. Similarly, congress officials arrived at Muhammad Gufran’s residence and honored his father, Mohammad Aslam Raine, by crowning him. State Congress Committee OBC Vice President Dayaram Patel, State Secretary General of Minorities Congress Shahid Tausif, Maroof Ansari and Julkar were present on the occasion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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