Puranasunthari, a resident of Mani Nagar in Madurai, secured 286th rank in the Civil Services Examination.
If the civil services examination results are a final product, this tailor couple in Mannarai of Tirupur city has demonstrated that they are capable of even stitching a successful career.
IRS officer Pradeep Singh ranked first while third rank holder Pratibha Verma topped among the women candidates.
Richard Yanthan of Lakhuti village in Wokha district of Nagaland secured 133rd position in the CSE-2019, the results of which were declared by the UPSC on Tuesday.
She went to St Jospeh’s Public School, Hyderabad, and obtained a Bachelor’s degree from IIT-Kharagpur.
The 26-year-old youth said he had cleared the Civil Services examinations in his first attempt in 2017 by securing 293rd rank.
Lost eyesight but not the vision of life, says visually impaired Jayant Mankale who cracked civil services exam
Visually impaired Jayant Mankale from Beed fought many odds throughout his life on his way to secure All India Rank (AIR) 143 in the civic service examinations.
This was Singh’s fourth attempt in the civil service exam — twice he could not clear, last time he got into IRS. “In the third attempt, I cleared and got the sixth rank”.
She attempted the country’s toughest examination five times, but could not crack it.
Ganesh Kumar Baskar (27) from Tamil Nadu has secured 7th rank in 2019 UPSC Civil Services exam.
As many as 42 candidates from Karnataka have cracked the coveted Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) 2019.
This unique combination of names of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has caught the attention of many social media users who posted their comments on the Internet.
It was the fourth attempt at civil services for Singh, 29, who hails from Sonipat district in Haryana and had qualified in 2019 for Indian Revenue Service (customs and central excise).
The written part of the Civil Services Examination, 2019, was conducted in September and the interviews were held between February and August
A total of 829 candidates have been recommended for IAS, IFS and IPS, among other civil services.