UPSC Toppers: Women ahead in UPSC Result 2022, list of more than 60 successful people in Maharashtra ProIQRA News

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New Delhi: Out of a total of 685 candidates in the country, more than 60 candidates from Maharashtra have cleared the Central Public Service Commission examination. About 10 percent of the total selected candidates are from Maharashtra. Women have won this year’s results. Women candidates from Maharashtra are also ahead. Priyamvada Mahadalkar is first and Anjali Shrotriya is second from the state. They are ranked 13th and 44th in the country.

Complete List of Successful Candidates

The final result of the Central Public Service Commission examination for the year 2021 was declared on Monday. More than 5 candidates from Maharashtra are included in the top 100 candidates in the result. These include Priyamvada Mahadalkar (13), Anjali Shrotriya (44), Shraddha Gom (60), Shubham Ashok Bhaisare (97), Ankit Hirde (98), Aditya Kakade (129), Shubham Bhosale (149) and Vinay Kumar Gadge (149). Are included. 151) Omkar Pawar (194), Rameshwar Sabbanwad (202), Akshay Wakhare (203), Akshay Mahadik (212), Tanmayee Desai (224), Abhijit Patil (226), Tanmay Kale (230), Vishal Khatri (236), Sanchit Gupta (237), Utkarsh Khandal (243), Mridul Shivhare (247), Ishaan Tipanis (248), Symbol Minister (252), Suyash Kumar Singh (262), Soham Mandhare (267), Ashwin Rathor (265), Arshad Mohammad (276), Sagar Kale (280), Rohan Kadam (295), Ranjit Yadav (315), Gajanan Bale (319), Vaibhav Kajle (325), Abhijit Pathare (333), Rahul Deshmukh (349), Sumit Ramtek ( 358), Vinayak Bhosale (366), Aditya Patle (375), Swapnil Sisley (395), Sayali Mhatre (398), Harshal Mahajan (408), Shivhar More (409), Chetan Pandhere (416), Swapnil Pawar (418) , Pankaj Gujar (423), Ajinkya Mane (424), Omkar Shinde (433), Roshan Deshmukh (451), Devraj Patil (462), Aniket Kulkarni (492), Shilpa Khanikar (506), Asmar Dhanvijay (558), Nitish Domle. (559), Neeraj Patil (560), Akanksha Tamgadge (562), Ashish Patil (563), Shubham Nagrale (568), Amit Shinde (570), Swapnil Mane (578), Prashant Dagle (583), Abhay Sonarkar (620) ) ), Ashwin Golpakar (626), Mansi Sonawane (627), Amol Awte (678), Pooja Khedkar (679).

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The exam was conducted in 2021 for vacancies in various central government services. The main written exam was conducted in January 2022 and the interviews were conducted in April-May 2022. The Central Public Service Commission has recommended 685 candidates for appointment to various service posts, who have passed the examination. These include 244 candidates from General (Open) category, 73 candidates from Economically Backward Classes (EWS), 203 candidates from Other Backward Classes (OBC), 105 candidates from Scheduled Castes (SC) and 60 candidates from Scheduled Tribes. The total number of successful candidates includes 26 disabled candidates. Public Service Commission has prepared the reserve list of 126 candidates. These include General Group-63, Economically Backward Classes (EWS)-20, Other Backward Classes-36, Scheduled Castes-07, Scheduled Tribes-Ni candidates.

Apply for any vacancy

The government has a total of 180 vacancies in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). In these, General Group (General) – 72, Economically Backward Classes (EWS), 18 Other Backward Classes (OBC) – 49, Scheduled Castes (SC) – 27, Scheduled Tribes (ST) – 14 seats are vacant. Successful candidates will be selected on the basis of merit.

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The government has a total of 37 vacancies in the Indian Foreign Service (IFS). Among these, General Group (Open) – 14, Economically Backward Classes (EWS) 04, Other Backward Classes (OBC) – 10, Scheduled Castes (SC) – 06, Scheduled Tribes (ST) – 03 seats are vacant.

There are total 200 vacancies in Indian Police Service (IPS), out of which 83 are from General Category (Open), 20 from Economic Backward Classes (EWS), 51 from Other Backward Classes, 51 from Scheduled Castes and 26 from Scheduled Castes. Category – 20 candidates will be appointed from Scheduled Tribes.

Central Service Group A – There are total 242 posts vacant in this service. Out of these, 103 candidates will be appointed from General (Open), 23 from Economically Backward Classes (EWS), 68 from Other Backward Classes, 31 from Scheduled Castes and 17 from Scheduled Tribes.

Central Service Group B – There are total 90 vacancies in this service. Out of these, 36 candidates will be appointed from General Group (Open), 08 candidates from Economically Backward Classes (EWS), 25 candidates from Other Backward Classes, 15 candidates from Scheduled Castes and 15 from Scheduled Tribes.

The selection of 80 candidates will be provisional. Official results and names of successful candidates are available on Central Public Service Commission website www.upsc.gov.in.

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