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List of Muslim candidates who cracked UPSC CSE 2021, AIMF congratulates

New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Monday released the result of the civil services exam 2021. A total of 685 candidates have qualified in the examination.

All India Muslim Federation (AIMF) President MA Mujeeb congratulates all 685 IAS and UPPSC allied services candidates and wished that they will protect mother India and always try to maintain unity among all 130 Crore children of Mother India united.

Out of 685 candidates, 25 are Muslims. The top rank among the Muslim candidates is 109 which is secured by Areeba Nomaan.

List of Muslim candidates who cleared UPSC CSE 2021
The list of the Muslim candidates who cracked the civil services examination 2020 is as follows:

MS Education Academy
Candidate name All India Rank
Areeba Nomaan 109
Mohd Suboor Khan 125
Syed Mustafa Hashmi 162
Afnan Abdu Samed 274
Arshad Muhammed 276
Mohd Saquib Alam 279
Asrar Ahmad Kichloo 287
Ashik Ali 305
Mohammed Abdul Rawoof Shaik 309
Nazish Umar Ansari 344
Faisal Khan 364
Shumaila Choudhary 368
Mavis Tak 386
Md Qamaruddin Khan 414
Mohd Shabir 419
Faisal Raza 441
Masoom Raja Khan 457
Ashif A 464
Muskan Dagar 474
Tahseenbanu Dawadi 482
Shaikh Mohd Zaib Zakir 496
Mohammed Siddiq Shariff 516
Mohammed Shaukath Azeem 545
Makakmayum Hosni Mubarak 575
Anwar Hussain 600

Worst performance in a decade
The UPSC CSE 2021 results are disappointing for Muslims. The number of Muslim candidates who cracked the exam fell down to 21 which is the worst in a decade.

In UPSC CSE 2020, 31 out of 761 selected candidates were Muslims. In 2019, the number of Muslim candidates who cleared the exam was 42.

Year Number of Muslim candidates who cracked UPSC CSE
2009 31
2010 21
2011 31
2012 30
2013 34
2014 38
2015 34
2016 52
2017 50
2018 27
2019 42
2020 31
2021 25

Out of the total candidates who have qualified in the UPSC CSE 2021, 508 are men whereas, 117 are women. All three toppers are women.

Shruti Sharma secured the first position, while Ankita Agarwal came second and Gamini Singla got the third rank.

Shruti Sharma, who became the topper this year, could not pass the UPSC in her last attempt. She said, she got big support from the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) of the Jamia.

The top 25 candidates comprise 15 men and 10 women. Their educational qualifications range from graduation in Engineering; Humanities; Commerce and Medical Science from premier Institutions of the country such as IIT, AIIMS, VIT, PEC, University of Mumbai, University of Delhi, GB Pant University, etc