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UPSC Civil Services results declared, Aditya of Lucknow secures top rank

In 2023 exams Animesh Pradhan and Donuru Ananya Reddy secure the 2nd and 3rd ranks respectively

Ravindra Ojha

New Delhi : The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Tuesday declared the results for the Civil Services Exam 2023, with Aditya Srivastava of Lucknow securing the top rank.

Animesh Pradhan and Donuru Ananya Reddy secured the second and third ranks respectively, it said.

A total of 1016 have been recommended for appointment. Of these, 347 are from the general category. While 115 are from EWS, 303 are from OBC, 165 are from SC, and 86 are from ST categories. The UPSC had notified a total of 1143 vacancies. Furthermore, the candidature of 355 recommended candidates has been kept provisional, the commission said in its official notice.

Furthermore, a total of 180 candidates have been selected for IAS; 200 candidates have been selected for IPS; and 37 for IFS. Through these examinations, 613 candidates have been selected for various Grade A posts of the Central Government. A total of 113 candidates have been selected for the Grade B posts.

LIST OF TOPPERS

Rank 1 — ADITYA SRIVASTAVA

Rank 2 — ANIMESH PRADHAN

Rank 3 — DONURU ANANYA REDDY

Rank 4 — P K SIDHARTH RAMKUMAR

Rank 5 — RUHANI

Rank 6 — SRISHTI DABAS

Rank 7 — ANMOL RATHORE

Rank 8 — ASHISH KUMAR

Rank 9 — NAUSHEEN

Rank 10 — AISHWARYAM PRAJAPATI

WHO IS ADITYA SRIVASTAVA?

A Lucknow native, Aditya Srivastava started his CSE preparation in October 2017. He was chosen for the IPS in the 2022 UPSC CSE exam. That year, he ranked 216th. At present, Srivastava is undergoing training to become an IPS officer belonging to the Bengal cadre.

Animesh Pradhan, a B.Tech graduate in computer science from the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Rourkela secured the second rank with sociology as his optional subject.

Donuru Ananya Reddy, who holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Geography from Miranda House, Delhi University, got the third position with anthropology as her optional subject.

WHEN WERE EXAMS HELD?

The UPSC CSE 2023 preliminary exam was held on May 28, 2023, followed by the mains exam in September 2023. The candidates who successfully passed the mains exams were called for a personality test which was conducted on January 2 and April 9, 2024. As many as 2846 candidates who passed the main examination were called for interview. In the Civil Services Examination 2023, there were 180 posts for IAS, 200 for IPS and 37 for IFS. The final marks of UPSC Civil Services Examination 2023 will be released 15 days after the declaration of the result.

WHAT HAPPENED LAST YEAR?

In the UPSC CSE 2022 exams, Ishita Kishore bagged AIR 1. Garima Lohia and Uma Harithi N secured the second and third ranks, respectively. Notably, women secured the top four ranks in the UPSC CSE 2022. A total of 933 candidates successfully cleared the civil services examination. Smriti Mishra had secured the fourth position.

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