Meet Sana Ramchand Gulwani, Pakistan first ever hindu woman civil servant

Islamabad: Sana Ramachand, a Pakistani woman has created history by becoming the first Hindu woman in the nation to pass the prestigious Central Superior Services (CSS) examination.

She has been selected for the elite Pakistan Administrative Services (PAS), becoming the first Hindu Pakistani woman to do so.

This exam is considered one of the most difficult competitive exams in Pakistan. Appointments in the administrative services  are made on the basis of the result of this exam – on similar lines of the Civil Services Examination of India, which is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.

Sana Ramachand hails from a rural area of Shikarpur district in Sindh province where there is the largest Hindu population in Pakistan. An MBBS doctor, Sana is one of 221 candidates who cleared the CSS exam. Taking to Twitter, Ramachand shared the news, writing, “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.”

In 2016, Sana reportedly graduated from the Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree and is currently doing FCPS from Sindh Institute of Urology and Transparent.

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