Shruti Sharma, Ankita Agarwal and Gamini Singla have secured the first, second and third rank respectively within the civil services examination 2021, outcomes of which had been introduced by the UPSC on Monday.
As many as 685 candidates have certified the examination, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) mentioned.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter to congratulate those that handed the civil services examination. He wrote, “Congratulations to all those that have cleared the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2021. My finest needs to those kids who’re embarking on their administrative careers at an necessary time of India’s improvement journey, after we are marking Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.”
PM Modi additionally condoled those that failed the move the examinations, saying, “I absolutely perceive the frustration of those that couldn’t clear the Civil Services Exam however I additionally know that these are excellent kids who will make a mark in any subject they pursue and make India proud. My finest needs to them.”
Of the profitable candidates, 244 are from common class, 73 from Economically Weaker Sections , 203 of Other Backward Classes, 105 Scheduled Caste and 60 from the Scheduled Tribes, the Commission mentioned.
The civil services examination is performed yearly by the UPSC in three phases preliminary, important and interview to pick officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and the Indian Police Service (IPS) amongst others.
The written or important a part of the examination was performed in January, 2022, and the interviews had been held in April and May this 12 months, it mentioned.
The candidature of 80 candidates is provisional whereas the results of one candidate has been saved withheld.
Besides the highest three rank holders, Aishwarya Verma secured the fourth place and Utkarsh Dwivedi achieved the fifth rank, it mentioned.
Candidates can verify their outcomes on the primary web site of UPSC — upsc.gov.in.
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