New Delhi: Civil administrations exam topper Nandini K R got 55.3 for each penny marks, mirroring the intense principles embraced by the UPSC in the direct of the prestigious test to choose the nation's administrators.
The examination is directed yearly in three phases - preparatory, primary and meeting - to choose possibility for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) among others. Nandini, an officer of Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), has topped the examination, the aftereffect of which was announced on May 31.
Among the fruitful ones, the one with the least stamps is Abhishek Srivastava, who has 1,099 rank. He has secured an aggregate of 817 imprints, or 40.34 for every penny.
She got 1,120 imprints (927 in primary and 193 in meeting) out of the aggregate of 2,025 - 55.3 for every penny. Second rank achiever Anmol Sher Singh Bedi got 1,105 imprints (54.56 for each penny) and third rank holder Gopalakrishna Ronanki secured 1,101 imprints (54.37 for every penny), the UPSC said. The topper of common administrations examination 2015, Tina Dabi, had got 1,063 imprints (52.49 for each penny).
An aggregate of 1,099 applicants (846 men and 253 ladies), incorporating 500 in General classification, 347 having a place with Other Backward Class, 163 from Scheduled Caste and 89 from Scheduled Tribe, have been prescribed for arrangement to different focal taxpayer driven organizations on the premise of the 2016 common administrations exam comes about.
These competitors will get focal taxpayer supported organizations. "The signs of the effective hopefuls demonstrate the intense standard taken after by the commission in choosing the nation's administrators," said a senior authority in the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), the nodal specialist for the UPSC.