The achievement of Mohammad Qaisar Abdul Haq who secured 32nd rank in the Civil Services examination, is doubly creditable as he not only comes from a small town like Malegaon but wrote his examination papers in Urdu.
The son of a powerloom worker, Qaisar studied 14-16 hrs every day and despite failure in the initial attempts, didn’t lose hope. In three previous attempts he had faltered in the personality test. But the 29-year-old didn’t give up and got 32nd rank amongst the 472 successful candidates.
Urdu literature was one of his subjects in the mains.Prominent Muslim personalities from Mumbai and Malegaon visited Qaiser’s house and congratulated him. As many as 17 Muslims were selected in the list of aspirants for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) examination, the results of which were announced recently.