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UPSC 2014 exam results, girls hold the top 4 positions, complete results list

UPSC 2014 exam results, girls hold the top 4 positions
UPSC 2014 exam results, girls hold the top 4 positions













UPSC Civil Services 2014 examination results are out, girls hold the first 4 positions.
This result of UPSC creates history with first four rank holders being girls and first among boys holds the 5th position.

List of Top 50 ranker of Civil Services Examination 2014.
S.NO. ROLL NO NAME
1 497480 IRA SINGHAL
2 030694 RENU RAJ
3 003241 NIDHI GUPTA
4 033399 VANDANA RAO
5 655142 SUHARSHA BHAGAT
6 434671 CHARUSREE T
7 519805 LOK BANDHU
8 149709 NITISH K
9 564786 ASHISH KUMAR
10 005630 ARVIND SINGH
11 421227 SANSKRITI JAIN
12 889291 NEELABH SAXENA
13 082606 NISHANT JAIN
14 080562 SAKETA RAJA MUSINIPALLY
15 327792 ABHIJEET KAPLISH
16 006901 ANANYA DAS
17 582086 AJAY KUMAR DWIVEDI
18 063885 C M SAIKANTH VARMA
19 302641 ADITYA UPPAL
20 275061 AMAN MITTAL
21 070722 LAKSHMIKANTH REDDY G
22 018490 NEHA
23 257218 DHAMELIYA ANILBHAI TULASHIBHAI
24 892226 AYUSH PRASAD
25 054111 MANISH MISHRA
26 003344 NEHA KUMARI
27 550033 PATEL MIHIR PRAVINKUMAR
28 168820 KHUSHAAL YADAV
29 869335 PARAMVIR SINGH
30 005663 GOWTHAM POTRU
31 442889 B FOUZIA TARANUM
32 209036 MERCY RAMYA I S
33 095810 DEEPSHIKHA SHARMA
34 882894 ARUNRAJ S
35 07899 MUHAMMED ABDAAL AKHTAR
36 118373 BALAJI D K
37 564554 SEEMA PUJANI
38 145463 LINGRAJ PANDA
39 946685 VIVEKANAND T S
40 042309 ASHA AJITH
41 779136 ARJUN SHARMA
42 006064 HIMANSHU KHURANA
43 045753 PAVAN AGARWAL
44 427883 MOHAMMAD ROSHAN
45 007661 GARGI JAIN
46 348578 BASEER UL HAQ
47 724707 PRASANTH M S
48 032299 ABHIJIT SHUKLA
49 213842 RAJA GOPAL SUNKARA
50 142411 KRANTHI KUMAR PAT

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