Recommended For Civil Services This Year; Durishetty Anudeep Topper

Hyderabad’s Durishetty Anudeep has topped the list

Hyderabad’s Durishetty Anudeep has topped the list

"The recommended candidates also include 29 physically disabled persons (9 orthopedically handicapped; 8 visually challenged and 12 hearing impaired)", it said.

The written paper of UPSC civil services 2017 was held in October November 2017 and the interviews for Personality Test for the same were held recently in February April 2018. Kumari topped among the female candidates. Durishetty, who hails from Hyderabad, is already an officer of the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) of the 2014 batch. The results were published on Friday by the Union Public Service Commission. "However, I am now extremely happy with my achievement, and I am grateful to all the people who supported me through thick and thin", he told ANI. Currently, he is undergoing training in Gurgaon. The 31-year-old is married to a business man and has a son. Talking about her preparations before the examination, the devoted mother revealed that it was not an easy task as there was no newspaper in the village she was living in. Anudeep made it to the top in his fourth attempt at Civils. "This feeling has still not sunk in". She is a science graduate from Delhi University who later picked up a MBA degree from IMT, Nagpur. Therefore, he used to prepare the most for his weekends and study as much as he can.

Sachin says that he wants to join the Indian Administrative Services and will work to eradicate social evils. He is already working as an assistant director in the Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

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Salman worked hard to balance his time between helping his family with their farming needs and studying for the UPSC Civil Services 2017 exams. They account for about 2% in the civil services.

For UPSC, over 456,625 candidates took the exam for the preliminary examination. This was Atul's second attempt.

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