Shruti Sharma, a New Delhi resident, has passed the UPSC Civil Services Exam. The IAS became a St. Stephens College graduate from Delhi University. She passed the exam with History as her optional subject. She graduated with a degree in History (Hons.). University of Delhi
Sharma received a post-graduation seat at Jawaharlal Nehru University after she had completed her graduation. Sharma prepared for the Civil Services exam at Jamia Millia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy. She is a native of Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor.
Ankita Agarwal, Gamini Singla, and Sharma are next in line for second and third places. The top four positions in this year’s rankings were all held by women. Agarwal graduated in Economics (Hons.). Agarwal graduated in Economics (Hons.) from the University of Delhi. She was second in her optional subject, Political Science and International Relations. Singla, a BTech graduate in Computer Science, was third in the rank, with Sociology as an optional subject.
Congratulations to #ShrutiSharma for emerging as the #UPSC 2021 topper. She is an alumnus of @UnivofDelhi's St Stephens College and Jawaharlal Nehru University. Shruti was preparing for the Civil Services exam at @jmiu_official Residential Coaching Academy. pic.twitter.com/7I54Ht8VlP
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The top 25 candidates include 15 men and 10 ladies.
UPSC CSE 2021 MERIT LISTING
Rank 1: Shruti Sharma
Rank 2: Ankita Agarwal
Rank 3: Gamimi singla
Rank 4: Aishwarya Verma
Rank 5: Utkarsh Dwivedi
Rank 6: Yaksh Chaudhary
Rank 7: Samyak Singh Jain
Rank 8: Ishita Rahi
Rank 9: Preetam Kumar
Rank 10: Harkeerat Singh Randhawa
Rank 11 Shubhankar Pratyush Panak
Rank 12: Yasharth Shikhar
Rank 13: Priyamvada Ashok Mhaddalkar
Rank 14: Abhinav J Jain
Rank 15: C YashwanthKumar Reddy
Rank 16: Anshu Priya
Rank 17: Mehak Jain
Rank 18: Ravi Kumar Sihag
Rank 19: Diksha Joshi
Rank 20: Arpit Chauhan
Rank 21: Dilip K Kaunukkara
Rank 22: Sunil Kumar Dhanwanta
Rank 23: Ashish
Rank 24: Puapati Sahitya
Rank 25: Shruti Rajlakshmi
Rank 26: Utsav Anand
Rank 27: Saksham Goel
Rank 28: Manti Mourya Bhardawaj
Rank 30: NamanGoyal
Rank 31: Avinash V
Rank 32: Navandar Anay Nitin
Rank 33: Jaspinder Singh
Rank 34: Shashvat Sangwan
Rank 35: Kartikeya Jaiswal
UPSC has recommended 685 candidates for appointment. These include general, 73 EWS and 203 OBC candidates, as well as 105 SC, 60 ST, and 105 OBC candidates.
I fully understand the disappointment of those who couldn’t clear the Civil Services Exam but I also know that these are outstanding youngsters who will make a mark in any field they pursue and make India proud. My best wishes to them.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 30, 2022
Shubham Kumar, a Bihari resident, was able to secure AIR 1 in 2020’s UPSC civil service exam. He is from Katihar, Bihar. He is an IIT-Bombay alumnus. Kumar holds a BTech degree in civil engineering from IIT Bombay. He was a BTech student in civil engineering at IIT-Bombay.