15 candidates from Assam cracks UPSC exam, 2 among top 100

April 28, 2018, 2:15 pm
Guwahati/ New Delhi , April 28: Around fifteen candidates from Assam were able to come up clearing  Civil Services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Out of fifteen, two candidates made it to the top 100 list.
Bipasha Kalita, daughter of retired Barpeta DC Phanidhar Kalita, bagged the 41strank, while Swapnaneel Paul from Diphu was ranked 64th.
Mrigakhi Deka bagged the 126th rank, Aryanak Saikia 148th, Purna Borah 149th, Nahar Pranay Prakash 199th, Manalika Borgohain 230th, Sidhant Das 267th, Deepangshu Agarwal 509th, Mamoni Doley 593th, Subhajit Bhuyan 645th, Partha Protim Das 738th, Manoj Swargiary 795th, Deepjyoti Das 855th while Yashodhara Das cleared the examination bagging the 894th position.
Deepangshu Agarwal, who bagged the 509th rank,  hails from Uttar Pradesh.
Aryanak Saikia, who grabbed the 148th rank, is the son of Assam DGP designate Kuladhar Saikia.
Meanwhile,Anudeep Durishetty topped in 2017 Civil Services Exam, the results of which were released by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) .
According to an official release, Durishetty topped the Civil Services Examination while Anu Kumari secured the second rank and was the topper among the female candidates. Sachin Gupta secured the overall third rank.
According to the release, Durishetty belongs to other backward classes (OBC) category. He qualified the examination with Anthropology as his optional subject. He has graduated with B.E. (Electronics and Instrumentation) degree from BITS, Pilani in Rajasthan.
Anu Kumari graduated with B.Sc (Hons) in Physics from Delhi University and has done MBA (Finance and Marketing) from IMT, Nagpur.
The top 25 candidates comprised 17 men and eight women.
Saumya Sharma, who appeared in the UPSC exams under the physically disabled category. secured an overall ninth rank.
The UPSC exam was held in June 2017 to recruit aspirants for as many as 980 posts in Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service, Central Services (Group A and Group B) and various other government departments.
Candidates who appeared in the written examination last year can check the details and the respective results through the official site of UPSC at upsc.gov.in.
Courtesy : IANS & Newslive

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