Who got highest marks in UPSC till now?

Anudeep Durishetty scored the highest marks in the mains in UPSC till now. He secured 950 marks out of 1025 marks.

Who was the topper of UPSC 2010?

Shah Faesal (born 17 May 1983) is a former Indian politician and bureaucrat from Jammu and Kashmir. In 2010, he became the first Kashmiri to place first in the Indian Civil Services Examination.

Do UPSC interviews get rejected?

After successfully clearing first two stages of the UPSC – Prelims and Mains, Interview round is the most crucial round. The final list is prepared on the scores of all the three rounds. Most of the times Interview round is where candidates get rejected.

What happens if I fail Upsc?

For those who could not qualify in the UPSC CSE, can also apply for banking jobs like Probationary Officer, Specialists Officers. This sector is an excellent career choice as the banks in the public sector announce vacancies for various posts. The recruitment in Bank is done through a competitive entrance exam.

Which is the First Ranker mark in UPSC 2018?

The mark of the first ranker is a testimony to the tough nature of this exam. The UPSC result 2018 list was declared on 5 th April 2019. A total of 759 candidates were recommended to the services this time.

When is the marksheet of UPSC 2018 coming out?

UPSC will release the marksheet after all the phases of exams are over. The marksheet for UPSC 2018 exams were released in May 2019. Q3. Can I see my marksheet even if I did not qualify for the Mains?

Which is the best marksheet for IAS toppers?

Union Public Service Commission has released the UPSC Marksheet PDF of which can be download from the linked article. For videos of IAS Toppers along with strategy, preparation tips and more, aspirants can check the linked article. AIR-1 Pradeep Singh (1072/2025, 52.94%)

What was last marksheet of BPSC topper?

In last exam. one of candidate had scored 335 in BPSC and several candidates had scored 300+. The paper is very conceptual and easy understandable. Cramming of any facts, data etc. is not required.