Srinagar: Every year just a few hundred out of lakhs of aspirants manage to crack the toughest UPSC conducted Civil Services examination.
Sheema Qabsa is a lawyer in Delhi based private firm for the past 3 years and is among the 10 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir who have clear the exams. Sheema has qualified the UPSC in her the first attempt.
As a child, Sheema was inspired by India’s first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi and wanted to do things like Bedi and if luck favours her, she would get to take a shot at IPS, reports News18.
“My first attraction towards the civil services was the IPS from a very young age. I chose it as my top preferences. I will be more happy to serve in that capacity,” the 27-year-old Sheema said.
Her father Dr GN Qasba, a former city municipal commissioner spoke about his daughter’s hard working and dedication which were responsible for her success.
GN Qasba is credited with doing exemplary work to fight an epidemic-like situation during the Kashmir floods of 2014.
“I felt very happy and greatful to Allah. She has been all through a hardworking daughter and very sincere in studies. I am happy that she has done well,” said GN Qasba.
This young Kashmiri woman inspires many!!