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UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: From farmer’s son to a model, meet these successful candidates

UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Pradeep Singh has topped the Civil Services Exam (CSE) 2019. The second rank is secured by Jatin Kishore. Pratibha Verma at Rank 3 is the highest scorer among females.

UPSC CSE result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Check result at upsc.gov.in

UPSC Civil Services Final Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Pradeep Singh, son of a farmer and an IRS officer has topped the Civil Services Exam (CSE) 2019. The second rank is secured by Jatin Kishore and Pratibha Verma at Rank 3 is the highest scorer among females. Verma had also cleared the UPSC exam last year and was given a job as an IRS officer.

Read | IRS officer Pratibha Verma cracks UPSC Civil Services exam, ranks third in country

Based on the result of the written part of the Civil Services Examination, 2019 held in September and the interviews for personality tests held in February-August, a total of 829 candidates have passed the exam. Most of the qualified candidates (304) are from the general category. The candidates have been recommended for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among other civil services.

This year, at least 12 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir including Nadia Beig who hails from the remote town of Kupwara. Nadia has got 350th rank in her second attempt. The 23-year-old is among one of the youngest candidates to crack the exam this year.

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11:37 (IST)05 Aug 2020
13 from J&K crack UPSC exam

A 23-year-old economics graduate from Kupwara, an audit and accounts services officer from Jammu, and a doctor from Bhaderwah are among the 13 aspirants from the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir and three from Ladakh who qualified the civil services examination, the results for which were declared on Tuesday.

In Jammu, a 2014 B.Tech graduate from NIT Srinagar, Abhishek Augustya, 27, from R S Pura ranked 38 in the UPSC exams in his fifth attempt. Son of Darshan Lal Raina, a government school lecturer, he had qualified the UPSC exam last year with rank 268. He was then allocated Indian Audit and Accounts Services and is at present undergoing training in Shimla.

10:31 (IST)05 Aug 2020
Femina Miss India finalist Aishwarya Sheoran cracks UPSC exam
09:38 (IST)05 Aug 2020
Stories of Pune aspirants who cracked UPSC

As the results of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) entrance exams were announced on Tuesday, some civil services aspirants from Pune made it to the top 150.

Among them, with all-India rank 22, was Mandar Patki whose father is a government employee. Patki was in Class VIII when he decided to prepare for civil services. He studied in Beed for his primary education, and while he was still in school, he started gathering information on UPSC entrance exams. It wasn’t until he moved to Pune to study mechanical engineering that he started to prepare for them seriously.

22:07 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Meet the UPSC CSE 2019 topper

The 29-year-old son of a Sonipat farmer topped the UPSC exam in his fourth attempt. He topped the list of 829 candidates who have qualified for the prestigious civil services, including the IAS, the IPS, and the IFS. Pradeep had cleared the UPSC civil services exam last year too, securing Rank 260, and was currently undergoing training as an Indian Revenue Service officer at the National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes, and Narcotics (NACIN) in Faridabad. But he wanted to become an IAS... read more

22:01 (IST)04 Aug 2020
UPSC civil services: Hard work key, says Maha's Nilesh Gaikwad

Hard work, strong willpower, and consistency are the factors that bring success, said Nilesh Gaikwad who secured an all-India rank of 752 in the civil services examination 2019. Gaikwad hails from Jwalga Bet village in Omerga tehsil in Osamanabad, some 75 kilometers from here, but did his schooling in Latur and his parents, Shrikant and Anita, are professors in separate colleges here, as reported by news agency PTI

21:52 (IST)04 Aug 2020
From Kashmir's remote village, Nadia cracks UPSC, says nothing is imposible

At least 12 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir qualified for the UPSC civil services examination 2019. As many as six of these candidates hail from Kashmir, including a girl from remote Kupwara district in the north of the Valley - Nadia Beigh. She cleared the exam in her second attempt and got 350th rank. Read her story here

20:03 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Hailing from Kashmir, Nadia is among the youngest to crack UPSC this year

Twenty-three-year-old Nadia Beig, who became one of the youngest to crack the civil services exam (CSE) 2019, says women should be allowed to follow their dreams and decide their future. Hailing from Kashmir’s Kupwara district, Nadia moved to Delhi to pursue a graduate degree in Economics from Jamia Millia Islamia after completing secondary school...read more

19:41 (IST)04 Aug 2020
How Kashmir's Nadia Beig qualified the UPSC CSE

Twenty-three-year-old Nadia Beig is one of the youngest to crack the civil services exam (CSE) 2019. She strongly believes women should be allowed to follow their dreams and decide their future. Hailing from Kashmir’s Kupwara district, Nadia moved to Delhi to pursue a graduate degree in Economics from Jamia Millia Islamia after completing secondary school. Read more

19:00 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Nupur got 11th rank in 6th attempt, know her story

It was her sixth and last attempt at the Civil Services Examination (CSE) when Nupur Goel managed to not only crack the exam but also get the 11th rank. In an interview with indianexpress.com, she said she said persistence, hard work and luck were her key ingredients to success...read more

18:08 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Meet the top 10 rank holders of UPSC CSE 2019

Rank 1: Pradeep Singh
Rank 2: Jatin Kishore
Rank 3: Pratibha Verma
Rank 4: Himanshu Jain
Rank 5: JEYDEV C S
Rank 6: Vishakha Yadav
Rank 7: Ganesh Kumar Baskar
Rank 8: Abhishek Saraf
Rank 9: Ravi Jain
Rank 10: Sanjita Mohapatra

18:05 (IST)04 Aug 2020
30 students from RCA, JMI selected in UPSC’s Civil Services Exam

A total of 30 candidates who received coaching and training in the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) of Jamia Millia Islamia(JMI) have been selected in UPSC'S Civil Services Exam 2019. Of them, 25 were residing in RCA and 05 were trained at the mock interview programme of the centre.

17:38 (IST)04 Aug 2020
7 students from Jamia Hamdard Residential Coaching Academy clear UPSC CSE

A total of 7 students from Jamia Hamdard Residential Coaching Academy have cleared the exam. The highest rank holder among these is Himanshu Gupta with All India Rank 27.

16:18 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Nadia Beigh from Kashmir qualified for UPSC

Nadia Beigh cleared UPSC CSE in her second attempt. She got 350th rank and is from Kashmir's Kupwara. If reports are to be believed she is the first female in her area to crack UPSC CSE

16:09 (IST)04 Aug 2020
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15:11 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik congratulates successful candidates

Odisha CM Naveen Parnaik has congratulated the successful candidates. The CM tweeted, 'Congratulate all the successful candidates from #Odisha who have cleared #UPSC examination. May they work with dedication to take welfare initiatives to grassroots bringing visible changes in people’s lives. Wish them bright careers.'




14:46 (IST)04 Aug 2020
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14:37 (IST)04 Aug 2020
14:23 (IST)04 Aug 2020
Vacancies in various services

A total of 180 candidates will be appointed for IAS, IPS- 150, IFS- 24. The total number of vacancies in various services are 927

14:15 (IST)04 Aug 2020
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13:41 (IST)04 Aug 2020
How many candidates became successful

A total of 829 candidates have been recommended for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among other civil services

UPSC CSE result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Check result at upsc.gov.in

UPSC CSE result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The commission has also maintained a consolidated reserve list of candidates in which 182 candidates have been selected. Of the total, 180 candidates have been selected for IAS posts, 24 for IFS, 150 for IPS, 438 for Central Services group A and 135 candidates for group B level services, as informed by the official notice. The result of 11 candidates has been kept withheld.

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