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UPSC announces Civil Services final result 2021; girls get top three spots; Shruti Sharma secures AIR 1

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: Cracking the Civil Services exam is not a cup of tea for everyone. It is a dream for thousands of young meritorious students to get through the examination, but a fistful of bright students taste success.

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the final results for the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2021 today, on May 30. Candidates can check their respective results from the official website—upsc.gov.in.

Shruti Sharma of Delhi has topped the 2021 Civil Services exam. Incidentally, all the three top positions have gone into the kitty of girls. Ankita Agarwal secured AIR 2 and Gamini Singla from Chandigarh got the third rank.

After the result, Sharma was elated and said she was confident of qualifying in the UPSC exam, but getting the first position in the All India Ranking came as a surprise.

Shruti did her graduation from the prestigious St Stephens College and then moved to Jawaharlal Nehru University for higher education. She was pursuing her postgraduate degree.

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She enrolled herself in Jamia Millia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) for the preparation of the Civil Services examinatin.

Sharma wants to join the Indian Administrative Services (IAS). She is gearing up to work as an administrator.

UPSC conducted the preliminary exam on October 10, 2021, and its result was declared on October 29. The written examination was held from January 7 to 16, 2022, and the result was announced on March 17, 2022. The final round of this prestigious exam is an interview, which started on April 5 and was completed on May 26.

Overall, 685 candidates have succeeded for the various posts. These include 244 general, 73 EWS, 203 OBC, 105 SC, and 60 ST category candidates.

The Union Public Service Commission conducts the civil services examination annually to select officers for the posts of Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service (IPS), and allied services

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