ANU Kumari UPSC Topper 2017- 18, Rank 2 Interview, Biography, Marks

by Sandeep | Posted on Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

UPSC Civil Services 2017 examinations result announced; here is the list of toppers

 

UPSC Civil Services 2017 examinations results have been announced on Friday. According to news agency ANI, Durishetty Anudeep topped the exams. While Anu Kumari grabbed second rank and Sachin Gupta third.

Durishetty Anudeep of Telangana has spearheaded the 2017 civil service exam, according to an announcement by UPSC, the public service recruitment body late Friday afternoon. In total, 990 candidates have been selected.

The second place went to a graduate of the University of Delhi Anu Kumari, who later obtained an MBA from IMT, Nagpur. Women represent 8 of the 25 best candidates.

Anu Kumari is the best among the candidates who get a second general rank. She graduated with BSc (Hons) in Physics from the University of Delhi and has completed an MBA (Finance and Marketing) at IMT, Nagpur. Saumya Sharma, a physically disabled person with hearing impairment, has secured a ninth overall ranking.

Haryana’s Anu Kumari, UPSC Second Rank Holder, Is A Mother Of 4-Year-Old

A devoted mother, UPSC second rank holder Anu Kumari, not only fulfilled her household responsibilities but took out 10-12 hours every day for her studies.

Haryana’s Anu Kumari takes second place in the UPSC exams and leads the prestigious women’s exam. Mother of a four-year-old daughter, Anu Kumari accomplished this feat on her second attempt. She was about to mark her previous UPSC Preliminary Examination.

As a dedicated mother, she not only fulfilled the responsibilities of her home, but she also took 10 to 12 hours a day for her studies. “There was no newspaper in the city where I was getting ready for my exams,” Sonipat’s owner told NDTV. She turned to online content for UPSC preparations, he said.

Sharing her mantra of success, Anu Kumari said, “It takes a great desire to achieve something in life and if you are able to do it, nothing can stop you from succeeding.”

She said that after becoming an SAI officer, the security of women in the country will be her top priority.

Like Durishetty Anudeep of Telangana, who won first place on the UPSC exam, Anu Kumari also did not train for her preparations. Anu Kumari studied physics at the University of Delhi and holds an MBA from IMT Nagpur.

Haryana’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar congratulated Anu Kumari with a tweet and said he expected the Haryana girls to be inspired by his success.

UPSC Civil Services 2017 results: Second-rank holder Anu Kumari prefers IAS over IFS. Here’s why

A mother of a four-year-old son, Anu Kumari has a degree in Physics from Hindu College and an MBA degree from IMT Nagpur.

The feeling has not yet flowed, but the celebrations began in Anu Kumari’s house. The science graduate from the University of Delhi was the second in the results of the UPSC 2018 utility review announced on Friday and, although it is still early, said Indian administrative services (IAD) would be his first preference.

Speaking to the ANI news agency, Anu, 31, said the test results were a reward for the tremendous work he had done and for the support he had received from his family. “I was studying 10 to 12 hours a day, it’s like a dream come true, that feeling has not been reflected yet,” he said at a time when his family was distributing candy and radiation. “My first preference will be IAS because I want to stay in my country and serve people here.”

Anu, married with a four-year-old son, has a degree in Physics from Hindu College DU and an MBA from IMT Nagpur. He worked for almost a decade before deciding to give UPSC a chance because it was his dream. Her first attempt was in 2016, but by that time, the cut was narrowly missed. This time, however, he said that he was completely dedicated to the preparation of the exams and that the end result was the result of his dedication.

UPSC results 2017: Anu Kumari from Haryana, mother of a 4-yr-old, gets 2nd rank in 2nd attempt

Anu Kumari, who studied at Hindu College, Delhi, and IMT Nagpur, has a four-year-old son

Anu Kumari, 31, from Sonepat District in Haryana, took second place in the 2017 Public Services Commission (UPSC) Public Service Review, the results of which were announced on Friday. Anu is married and has a four year old son.

A graduate in Physics Honors from Delhi University’s Hindu College and an MBA from IMT Nagpur, Anu worked for a private company for nine years before deciding to fulfill her dreams.

“My work was good, but there was no internal satisfaction, everything became so mechanical that I could not stand it anymore, so I decided to give up and take something for society,” he said. he told the Hindustan Times.

About two years ago, Anu left her last employer, Aviva Life Insurance, to prepare for the UPSC Public Service Exam. She gave her first try in 2016 with two months of preparation, but missed the cut in the preliminaries of a single mark.

“Technically, it was my second attempt, but I consider it the first because I could not get ready last time, I’m glad I approved it this year or next year would be my last attempt in because of the age limit “.

The 31-year-old woman said she wants to join the Indian Administrative Service (IAD) and make a difference in the lives of women and children. “I come from Haryana, where we regularly see the regressive nature of society and the increase of crimes against women, and since I have this incredible opportunity now, I would like to make the most of it and work on it. empowerment of women “.

Asked about his mantra of success, Anu Sane must continue to remember his goal. “I did not have any training, I studied and I made sure that I did not lose sight of it,” he shared.

Anu’s husband is a businessman.

The result of two candidates has been withheld, UPSC reported in its press release.

“UPSC has a” Facilitation Desk “near the exam room on its campus, candidates can obtain any information / clarification regarding their examinations / recruitments on business days between 10:00 a.m. person or by telephone Nos. 23385271/23381125 / 23098543. The marks will be available on the website within 15 days from the date of the declaration of the result, “the statement said.

The UPSC recommended a total of 990 candidates (750 men and 240 women) for the appointment of various services, according to a press release issued by the Commission. The recommended candidates also include 29 people with physical disabilities (09 with orthopedic disabilities, 08 with visual problems and 12 with hearing problems).

Candidates who appeared on the written exam, which took place last year, can now verify the details and respective results through the official UPSC site: upsc.gov.in.

Based on the results of the written part of the Public Service Commission of the Union in October-November 2017 and the interviews for Personality Test conducted in February-April 2018, up to 990 names were recommended to be appointed in (i) ) India Administrative Service, Foreign Service of India, Police Service of India and Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’.

On June 18, 2017, the Civil Services Examination (Preliminary) was conducted, which was approved on June 9, 2017. 9,57,590 candidates were presented, of which 4,56,625 were presented. 13,366 candidates qualified for an appearance in the Written Examination (Main) held in October – November 2017. Of these, 2568 candidates qualified for the Personality Exam conducted in February-April 2018.

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