Those felicitated, included Bhopal girl and All India Women’s topper Jagriti Awasthi (who was ranked second overall in the final results declared recently).
DCP (Central) Shweta Chauhan said that the incident was reported around 11:50 pm on Friday and no suicide note was found at the spot.
Niti Aayog and a sectoral group of secretaries on governance have earlier recommended for induction of personnel in the middle and senior management level in the government to bring in fresh talent.
Candidates, however, will have to remove their masks for verification, whenever required by the examination functionaries, it said in a series of instructions to the candidates.
Behind every successful student, is is a teacher who motivates and encourages them. The recent announcement of the UPSC results had many Telugu students bagging ranks.
Last year, 78 candidates were selected under the 10 per cent quota earmarked for communities other than OBC/SC/ST.
Her determination to achieve a goal and be a role model for other women propelled Aswathy Jiji to crack UPSC examination, securing 41st rank.
Maharashtra government, to ensure larger participation of reserved category students, gives free of cost training to SC and ST students at the Dr BR Ambedkar Research and Training Institute.
Aswathy has dreamt of becoming an IAS officer since she was in Class VIII. She hasn't given it up, yet, as she continues to prepare for this year's UPSC prelims scheduled for October 10.
Anil Basak, Nimishi Tripathi and Niranjan Kumar are amongst those who fought adversities to pass the UPSC exam with flying colours.
Suchiter Sharma said the COVID-19 induced lockdown helped him a lot to concentrate on his studies and fulfil the dream of his parents, who are both teachers and an inspiration for him.
While other youngsters, who cracked the Civils have idolised celebrities in various fields, for Nimishi, her parents are her inspiration.
The Interview Guidance Program of the NACS is conducted by serving and retired Bihar and Jharkhand domiciled civil servants free of cost for UPSC aspirants who qualify in the main examination
Both the Dabi sisters did their graduation from Lady Sri Ram College in the national capital.
A total of 761 candidates -- 545 men and 216 women -- have cleared the test, conducted annually to select the country's bureaucrats, diplomats and police officers, among other civil servants.