FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, July 5: Ranphoa Ngowa, a boy from troubled Tirap district in Aruchal Pradesh has cracked the civil services examition 2014 conducted by the UPSC. He secured All India rank of 1191 with Geography as an optiol subject.
He is the only Aruchalee to clear the examition this year.
Ngowa had earlier cracked IFoS with 82nd rank, CAPF (AC) 2013 with 331 rank and absorbed in ITBP and also cleared PO, SBI, an official report said.
Son of Phali Ngowa and Litnyan Ngowa of Kheti village in Tirap district, Ranphoa had a brilliant academic career throughout since his schooling. He has attributed his success to his parents, MLA Wangki Lowang, former minister Setong Se, Ankur Garg, Walat Handique and all his well-wishers who extended their constant support during his preparation.
Meanwhile, state Governor Jyoti Prashad Rajkhowa and Chief Minister bam Tuki congratulated Ngowa for bringing laurels to the state.
The governor said that Ngowa has made all Aruchalee proud by his achievement. He expressed his hope that his success will motivate and inspire many more youths from Aruchal Pradesh to compete in the combine civil service examition in years to come.
While extending his best wishes to Ngowa for the journey to serve the tion in the next few decades as a public servant with dedication and commitment, the governor also congratulated Ngowa’s parents, guardians and people of Tirap for the success.
Tuki in his appreciation letter wrote, “You have done it!” “I was elated by the news of you cracking the prestigious UPSC examition. Going by your track record, I was persolly very confident that you will overcome this elite civil services examition - 2014 with flying colours. And by securing all India rank of 1191, you have proved me right.”
“While congratulating you on behalf of the state government and of course on my own behalf, I would like to place on record that this is a true recognition of your sincere effort and hard work,” Tuki said.
“You have already become a role model for the youth of the state to emulate and I am sure, you will continue to put your best foot forward and bring many more laurels to our tribal State. We are proud of you!” the letter further added.