Tapasya Parihar, Farmer Daughter from MP, UPSC Topper 2018, Rank 23

UPSC result 2017: Tapasya Parihar, daughter of a farmer from MP, gets 23rd rank

Tapasya said it was her second attempt this year for the UPSC civil services examination.

Tapasya Parihar, a farmer’s daughter from Narsinghpur district in Madhya Pradesh has bagged the 23rd All India rank in the Civil services exam 2017 conducted by the Union Public Services Commission

Tapasya Parihar, daughter of a farmer in Narsinghpur district, Madhya Pradesh, was ranked 23rd in India in the 2017 Public Service Review conducted by the Public Service Commission of the Union.

The result of the UPSC test was declared Friday night.

Tapasya was educated at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Narisinghpur. She made laws at India Law Society’s law school, Pune, and was preparing for the UPSC exam while studying in Delhi.

According to Tapasya, this was his second attempt this year for the UPSC exam.

Giving credit to his success to his father Vishwas and his mother, Tapasya said his family had always supported him. They never said “no” to their request for studies. It was her total support that she could get this achievement.

In her successful mantra, she said, “I was not an amazing student, but I always believed in hard work, I always tried to master the subject I studied, which was the because of my success.

In the results of the Indian Union Public Service Commission’s main examination, Tapasya Parihar of Narsinghpur district of Madhya Pradesh has occupied 23rd rank in the country. Tapasya has topped the list of Madhya Pradesh’s selected candidate. The father of Tapasya Vishvaas Parihar is a farmer who is basically a farmer. Tapasya said that his success goes to his family.

The joint family of penance comes from. His uncle Vinayak Parihar is a social worker and he has got a lot of support for his penance. Dakshina’s grandmother Devkunwar Parihar was the President of Narasimhapur District Panchayat. The subject of penance was law. Tapasya has studied law from the law college of Pune.

Please tell that Hyderabad’s topper has topped UPSC Men’s. On the other hand, the second rank in the examination, Anu Kumari and the third rank was received by Sachin Gupta. Atul Prakash has been named fourth in the UPSC Civil Services Examination. A total of 990 candidates have been successful in the 2017 UPSC Final Examination. These include 476 of the general category, 275 of the Backward Classes, 165 of Scheduled Castes and 74 candidates belonging to the Scheduled Tribes.

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