Simran Bala is the first J&K woman to pass the UPSC CAPF this year
Simran Bala is the first J&K woman to pass the UPSC CAPF this year

Simran Bala, from the border town of Nowshera in Jammu and Kashmir, has become the first female in the Union Territory to pass the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) Examination this year.

He was ranked 82nd out of 151 applicants who qualified for the UPSC CAPF this year.


“This year, I am the only girl from Jammu and Kashmir to pass this exam.” I am quite pleased and appreciative. “Being from the Jammu and Kashmir border area, I have witnessed cross-border firing in my region, which has inspired me to join the CAPF so that I can serve in the border area as well,” Simran Bala told ANI.

“My wish has come true. I’ve been assigned to the Central Armed Police Forces as an Assistant Commandant. I shall carry out my responsibilities with enthusiasm. “My family and neighbours are very proud of my accomplishment,” she continued.

Bala described his experience as follows: “I studied until Class 10 here, after which I went to Jammu for my higher secondary education.” After that, I graduated from Gandhinagar. I was in my last semester when I began studying for this test, and by God’s help, I passed it on the first try.”

“My parents, teachers, and many others helped me.” “Hard work, perseverance, and consistency aided me in approaching this exam,” she said.

“This is an all-India level examination,” she stated of her extraordinary performance. Because of the internet era, you will be able to pass the test whether you are from a border location or a major metropolis.”

“If you have it in you, you will be able to crack it,” she told the hopefuls. You must work hard, be honest, and be in excellent health.”

On June 2, the Union Public Service Commission issued the CAPF Final Result 2021. The test was passed by 151 applicants.



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