Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared results of Civil Services Examination 2013 with 1,122 candidates selected for India’s top jobs including IAS and IPS.Gaurav Agrawal has topped the list by securing maximum marks in Civil Services Examination 2013, while Munish Sharma and Rachit Raj have secured second and third positions respectively on the UPSC Result 2014 list.A Computer Engineer from IIT Kanpur, Gaurav Agrawal also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Lucknow. He belongs to Jaipur in Rajasthan and carries four years of working experience with an investment bank abroad. Currently, Gaurav Agrawal is undergoing training for Indian Police Service at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad.Click Here to Enroll UPSC Paper – 2(CSAT) Test Package.
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The second topper Munish, a graduate in Science from Delhi University cracked the exam in his second attempt. The AIR 3 Rachit has cracked the exam in first attempt.
Other candidates in the merit list of Civil Services Exam 2013 Result include Akshay Tripathi at rank 4 followed by Bharti Dixit an MBBS from Delhi, who topped among the female candidates in her first attempt itself.
Boys outshined girls in the top job exam after a lull of three years. Before Gaurav, the top place in the list was bagged by women in 2010, 2011 and 2012 civil services exams. Out of top 10 rankers of this year, 3 belong to the fairer sex.
List of Top 10 rankers:
1. Gaurav Agrawal2. Munish Sharma3. Rachit Raj4. Akshay Tripathi5. Bharti Dixit6. Sakshi Sawhney7. Chanchal Rana8. Johny Tom Varghese9. Divyanshu Jha10. Medha Roopam
The list released by UPSC is based on results of written exam held in December 2013 and interviews for personality test conducted in April-June 2014 under Civil Services Examination 2013. In the personality test, 3,003 candidates were shortlisted. The preliminary exam for the same was conducted in May 2013.
The Civil Services Examination is held in three phases – preliminary, mains and interview. Out of the 7,76,565 candidates who applied for the exam, as many as 3,23,949 candidates appeared in primary exam and 14,959 candidates qualified for appearance in mains exam.
Of the total 1122 recommended candidates, 517 are from unreserved category, 326 are OBC, 187 are SC and 92 are ST category candidates.
The successful candidates will be appointed for four different civil services including Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Central Services (Group A and Group B).
The total number of vacancies reported by the government is 1228, including 180 vacancies for IAS, 32 for IFS, 150 for IPS and 866 for Central Services i.e. 710 and 156 for Group A and Group B respectively. The total number of vacancies includes 30 physically handicapped (PH) vacancies.
According to the UPSC, the candidature of 40 recommended candidates is provisional and Result of one candidate has been withheld.
UPSC will make available the mark-sheets of the candidates by the end of June 2014.
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