UPSC CSE Result 2023 Declared Merit List, Toppers List, Rank, Qualified list
NEW DELHI: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the final result of the Civil Services Examination, 2022 on May 23, 2023. Ishita Kishore topped the civil services examination 2022. Garima Lohia and Uma Harithi N secured the second and third ranks respectively in the coveted examination, according to the results.
As many as 933 candidates qualified the civil services examination. Among these, there are 345 candidates from the General category, 99 candidates from the EWS category, 263 candidates from the OBC category, 154 candidates from the SC category, and 72 candidates from the ST category, making up the comprehensive list of successful candidates.
In addition to the recommended candidates, the UPSC Final Result 2022 also includes a Reserve List of candidates. This Reserve List comprises 178 candidates, with 89 candidates from the General category, 28 candidates from the EWS category, 52 candidates from the OBC category, 5 candidates from the SC category, and 4 candidates from the ST category.
UPSC Civil Services Result 2022: Toppers’ List
|S. No.||Roll No||Name|
|3||1019872||Uma Harathi N|
|6||2409491||Gahana Navya James|
|7||1802522||Waseem Ahmad Bhat|
These top 10 candidates, including Smriti Mishra, Mayur Hazarika, Gahana Navya James, Waseem Ahmad Bhat, Aniruddh Yadav, Kanika Goyal, and Rahul Srivastava, have showcased their intellectual capabilities and secured notable positions in this highly competitive examination. Their accomplishments reflect the tremendous hard work and determination required to excel in the field of civil services.
The UPSC Final Result 2022 reveals that a total of 1022 vacancies are to be filled across various services. These vacancies are distributed among different categories as follows: 434 for General, 99 for EWS, 263 for OBC, 154 for SC, and 72 for ST candidates. The services include I.A.S., I.F.S., I.P.S., Central Services Group ‘A’, and Group ‘B’ Services.
Check UPSC Final Result 2022 Here
The UPSC Civil Services Examination is one of the most competitive exams in the world. It is conducted every year by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to select officers for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), and other Group A and B civil services.
The exam is divided into three stages: the Preliminary Examination, the Main Examination, and the Personality Test. The Preliminary Examination is a qualifying exam, while the Main Examination and the Personality Test are the deciding factors for selection.
The Preliminary Examination is a written exam that is conducted in two parts: the General Studies Paper I and the General Studies Paper II. The Main Examination is a written exam that is conducted in nine papers:
Paper I: General Studies I
Paper II: General Studies II
Paper III: General Studies III
Paper IV: General Studies IV
Paper V: Optional Subject I
Paper VI: Optional Subject II
Paper VII: Optional Subject III
Paper VIII: Optional Subject IV
Paper IX: Essay
The Personality Test is an interview conducted by a board of senior officers. The Personality Test is the most important stage of the exam, as it is the only stage where the candidates’ personality and suitability for the civil services are assessed.
The UPSC Civil Services Examination is a very tough exam, but it is also a very rewarding one. The civil services offer a great opportunity to serve the nation and make a difference in the lives of the people.
A total of 2,529 candidates qualified for the Personality Test of the examination, out of which 933 candidates (613 men and 320 women) have been recommended by the Commission for appointment to various Services.
Among the finally qualified candidates, top four are women candidates.