Interesting story of the first Kashmiri Muslim girl who did MBBS then passed IPS and now IAS exam
Today the women of our country keep pace with the men, there have been many women in the country who have become role models for today’s young generation and millions. Even today we are going to talk about one such Jambaj woman IPS who became the first woman IPS of Kashmir.
The woman’s name is Ruwaida Salam who is a Muslim woman but she passed the Indian Civil Service exam and took the responsibility of the valley in Kashmir on her shoulders as an administrative officer.
Ruwaida’s success is astonishing and inspiring, she is the first Kashmir Muslim girl to set a great example by passing IPS after MBBS and now IAS exam.
Ruwaida is the first Muslim girl in India to pass the UPSC exam, ranking 820th out of a total of 998 successful candidates. Earlier, Ruwaida had obtained her MBBS degree from Srinagar while studying medical, after which she applied for the Union Public Service Commission examination from Srinagar and secured 24th position in the examination.
Ruvaida hails from Kupwada, Jammu and recently completed her dream of becoming an IAS officer by writing a success story in the UPSC exams. But he did not get this success overnight, the story of hard work and dedication is hidden behind this success.
Ruwaida, who is on duty inside a sensitive area like Kupwada, also has to face new difficulties on a daily basis. Ruwida says: “When the girls look at me in my uniform, they look at me with admiring eyes. I would be happy if I could be an inspiration to them. ”
Ruwaida, 27, has struggled to make ends meet as her family and relatives wanted her to get married while she was preparing to go through it all. But he decided to move on after hearing this from someone. And today it has become the norm for many.