A KASHMIRI aspirant Shah Faesal, a doctor by training, has topped the list of 875 candidates, who have cleared the Civil Services Exam held in 2009-2010. Prakash Rajpurohit, a BTech from the II T Delhi, has bagged the second position while. Iva Sahay from the JNU has secured the third position who is also the topper among women candidates. A total of 680 male and 195 female candidates have been recommended for appointment to the prized Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service and other central services. A total of 30 physically challenged candidates passed the test.This year 21 Muslim candidates could make it through this prestigious competitive exams.The number of vacancies reported by the Government for the Indian Administrative Service is 131 (66 General, 38 Other Backward Classes, 18 Scheduled Castes and 09 Scheduled Tribes); for the Indian Foreign Service is 30 (15 General, 10 Other Backward Classes, 01 Scheduled Castes and 04 Scheduled Tribe); for the Indian Police Service is 150 (77 General, 39 Other Backward Classes, 21 Scheduled Castes and 13 Scheduled Tribes); for the Central Services Group ‘A' is 582 (298 General, 159 Other Backward Classes, 81 Scheduled Castes and 44 Scheduled Tribes) and for Central Services Group ‘B' is 96 (57 General, 27 Other Backward Classes, 06 Scheduled Castes and 06 Scheduled Tribes). This includes 30 vacancies for Physically Challenged candidates.