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UPSC results: Meet last 4 years toppers

Durishetty Anudeep, upsc, upsc topper

The result of UPSC civil services examination 2017 has been declared and the dream has come true for many candidates to be a part of these prestigious services. Hyderabad boy Durishetty Anudeep has emerged as the topper this year. An OBC candidate, he is a graduate from BITS, Pilani and qualified the examination with Anthropology as his optional subject. He is posted in Hyderabad as an Assistant Commissioner. He is an officer of IRS (Customs and Central Excise) of 2014 batch.
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The topper for the year 2016 was Nandini K R, who belonged to the OBC category. She qualified the exam with Kannada Literature as her optional subject. She got 1,120 marks out of the total of 2,025 — 55.3 per cent. “I want to join IAS and not IFS (Indian Foreign Service), as I want to be in India and serve the people", Nandini had said.
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Year 2015 topper Tina Dabi, secured first rank in UPSC Civil Services examination, in her first attempt. She had earlier opted for Haryana cadre and said “I opted for Haryana because it presents such an interesting example, where you have a lot of economic progress but when it comes to social indicators you are lagging behind". Recently, she tied the knot with Athar Amir from Kashmir, who stood second in the same examination.
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In 2014, Delhi’s Ira Singhal obtained the AIR 1 and became the first differently abled woman to top the civil services examination. With 62 per cent locomotor disability, 30-year-old Ira had cleared the examination in 2010 too and was allotted the IRS but she was stopped from joining because authorities cited her “inability to push, pull and lift’’. She said, "I wanted to become an IAS officer and work in the field of women and child welfare, development and empowerment. I want to contribute to the uplift of the differently abled, and make their lives easier".
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