Shubham Kumar of Katihar, Bihar has topped the All India Rank. Earlier, the UPSC Civil Services Result 2020 was released on September 24, 2021, by the Union Public Service Commission. Candidates who took the examination can view their results at upsc.gov.in, the UPSC’s official website.
There have been 761 persons proposed for appointment. Appointments to the various Services will be made by the number of vacancies available, taking into account the terms of the Examination Rules.
Top 10 list
The top 10 list includes Shubham Kumar at the first position, at the second position is Jagrati Awasthi, third is Ankita Jain, fourth is Yash Jaluka, fifth is Mamta Yadav, sixth is Meera K, seventh is Praveen Kumar, eighth is Jivani Kartik Nagjibhai, ninth is Apala Mishra and the tenth position is grabbed by Satyam Gandhi.
A total of 151 candidates have had their candidacies held on hold. This recruitment campaign will fill 836 positions, including 180 I.A.S, 36 I.F.S, 200 I.P.S, 302 Central Services Group A, and 118 Group B Services positions. Candidates can visit UPSC’s official website for additional information.
More about Shubham Kumar
Shubham Kumar, who topped the exam is a graduate of IIT Bombay in B Tech (Civil Engineering).
Women’s candidate Jagrati Awasthi comes out on top, taking second place overall. She is a B Tech (Electrical Engineering) graduate from MANIT Bhopal.
There are 13 males and 12 women among the top 25 candidates. There are also 25 people with physical disabilities among the recommended candidates (07 orthopedically handicapped, 04 visually challenged, 10 hearing impaired & 04 multiple disabilities).
What is UPSC?
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) administers exams for numerous government jobs in India. The commission is also in charge of recruiting IAS and IPS officials, as well as other Group A (and some Group B) positions. After the entire exam process for a specific year is over, UPSC mark sheets are issued on the official website (upsconline.nic.in).
The UPSC conducts the Civil Services Exam every year to recruit officers into the Indian civil service. Candidates who are chosen serve in various capacities in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS), and other all-India services.
The Civil Services Exam (CSE) of the UPSC is one of the most prominent exams in the country, with quite a low success rate. On average, out of around 5 lakh people who take the preliminary exam (first stage), only 700 – 1000 candidates are chosen for the services.
Out of lakhs of candidates, barely 1000 or so qualify for the coveted jobs.
UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) consists of 3 stages. The stages are – Preliminary Exam (objective), Main Exam (written), and Interview (personality test)
UPSC results in 2019
On the 4th of August 2020, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) issued the Civil Services Examination (CSE) Final Result 2019.
Based on the results of the Mains Examination and Interviews, 829 candidates were declared successful between September 20th and September 29th, 2019, and February-July 2020, respectively. Pradeep Singh has been named the IAS Civil Services Exam Topper for 2019.
The UPSC has also issued the reserve list of 89 applicants for IAS, IPS, IFS, and Central Services Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ appointments in UPSC Batch 2019.
Composition of UPSC
Both the state government and the national govt have their own Public Service Commissions. The UPSC is made up of ten members plus a chairperson. The UPSC Chairman and other members are appointed by the President of India.
Each member serves for six years or until he reaches the age of sixty-five.