A female belonging to a minority community, Dr. Sana Ramchand Gulwani, 27 years old girl from the Hindu community is appointed as Assistant Commissioner of HasanAbdal for the first time in the history of Pakistan.
Dr. Sana Ramchand started her duties as Assistant Commissioner of HasanAbdal as well as the administrator of the town. She was the first female from a minority community. She joined Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS) after passing Central Superior Services (CSS) exam in 2020.
Sana Ramchand grew up in the small town of Sindh and completed her primary and secondary educate at a small government school. She graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Shaheed Muhtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University. Her family wanted her to practice medicine and not go to medicine. However, she pursued her degree as a urologist but her dream to work in administration remained constant.
Hard work pays off
Later she started preparing for the CSS exam which she succeeded in 2020 and was appointed as Assistant Commissioner. She fulfilled both the targets, medical and administration services really well. Sana told in an interview that she worked really hard to pass the exam, she deleted all her social media accounts even WhatsApp, and just focused on exams.
She added that this is a formula for success in any exam how much attention you give and how much you dedicate yourself to your dream. Sana added that they are four sisters and she never felt that she is less than any man. According to Sana Ramchand, there are a lot of women in the bureaucracy who are working as role models she will follow them and serve the nation bravely.
This appointment of first Hindu female as Assistant Commissioner is as sign that Pakistan treat majority and minority equally and system of Pakistan is right according to the quote of Quaid E Azam where he said that Pakistan is a land where everyone gets to treat equally as a human.