The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the result of Civil Service Examination 2020 on Friday. This time 761 candidates have succeeded in the UPSC examination.
New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the result of Civil Service Examination 2020 on Friday. This time 761 candidates have succeeded in the UPSC examination.
Shubham Kumar of Bihar (Roll No. 1519294) has topped the country. Shubham is a resident of Katihar, Bihar. While Jagriti Awasthi has got the second and Ankita Jain has got the third rank. A total of 25 candidates have topped the UPSSC CSE 2020 final result with 13 male and 12 female candidates.
2015 topper tina Dabi's sister got the 15th rank.
Meanwhile, Praveen Kumar, son of Sitaram Varnawal, a resident of Chakai Bazar in Jamui district, has secured the seventh position. Students can view the results by visiting https://www.upsc.gov.in/. Click here to see the roll number
Shubham has studied from IIT Bombay. Shubham had achieved 290 rank in All India in the year 2019 examination. Topper Shubham had taken an anthropology exam from an elective subject. After doing BTech in Civil Engineering from IIT Bombay, Shubham had appeared for the UPSC exam.
Meanwhile, Jagriti Awasthi has obtained a BT degree in Electrical Engineering from MANIT Bhopal. Awakening had chosen sociology as an optional subject. State that the Civil Service Main Examination was held in January 2021.
The interviews of the successful candidates were completed in August-September 2021. The names of those who have been selected after the interview have been released on the website. This year 180 seats are reserved for IAS, 36 for IFS and 200 for IPS.
In addition, 302 posts are reserved in Central Service Group A and 118 in Group B Service. Earlier, Aamir Subhani in 1987, Sunil Varnawal in 1996 and Alok Ranjan Jha in 2001 were the candidates from Bihar who topped UPSC.
Father wanted to be an IAS, son fulfilled the dream
Shubham said that his father inspired him to become an IAS. He said that preparation for UPSC can be done anywhere.
"My success is due to the support of my family," he said.
On the other hand, Shubham's mother said that her son has made a name for himself in the country today.
"Shubham has been a topper since childhood. His father wanted to become an IAS, but he could not, so the son fulfilled his dream," Shubham's mother said.