Bhiwani girl 51st in civil services exam

Tribune News Service

Hisar, September 24

Nisha Grewal, 23, hailing from Bhiwani’s Bamla village, has got the 51st rank in the civil services examination, whose result was declared by the Union Public Service Commission today.

Nisha did her schooling from Bhiwani Public School in Bhiwani and then took admission in Miranda House in Delhi for graduation. Nisha gave credit to her grandfather Ramphal Singh Grewal, who is a retired mathematics teacher, for motivating and helping her prepare for the prestigious exam.

Nisha cracked the exam in her first attempt.

Nisha’s father, Surender Grewal, is employed with the Electricity Department, while her mother Promila is a housewife.

Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala talked to Nisha on phone and congratulated her on her achievement.

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