11 from J-K pass the 2023 UPSC Civil Service Exam

The results of this year’s Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Service examinations were released by the Commission on Tuesday. Eleven applicants from Jammu & Kashmir made the cut.

According to the UPSC announcement, 1,016 applicants cleared this year’s Civil Service examination, with Aditya Srivastava of Uttar Pradesh topping the selection list.

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Anmol Rathore, a 24-year-old resident of the Doda area, placed seventh overall in the test.

She also did quite well in the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Service Examination (JKCSE) 2022, and she is now training at the Jammu-based Revenue Training Institute.

With the exception of a few mock exams and the UPSC Mains test series, which she attended in Delhi, Anmol claimed to have finished her education at home.

“Also, I’ve independently prepared using the internet resources.” If their enthusiasm is directed appropriately, I believe that the young people in this area have a great deal of promise,” she said.

Arjun Gupta, a different contender from the Kathua district, placed thirty-second on the short list.

This year, Manan Bhat from the Srinagar area has achieved the 88th place. He had previously received 231 AIR and qualified for the civil services test. Bhat is an IPS officer now serving in the Telangana cadre.

Aparajita Aryan AIR 381, Ghulam Maya Din AIR 388, Suvan Sharma AIR 412, Seerat Baji AIR 516, Dinesh Kumar AIR 1,003, Harnit Singh Sudan of Jammu, Mohammad Haris Mir AIR 345, and Mohammad Farhan Seh AIR 369.

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