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11 candidates from Jammu and Kashmir qualify for UPSC Civil Service Exam 2023

Eleven candidates from Jammu and Kashmir have qualified for the UPSC Civil Service exams this year. Aditya Srivastava from Uttar Pradesh topped the list with 1,016 candidates passing. Anmol Rathore, from Doda district, secured seventh All India Rank, also topping the JKCSE 2022. She is currently training in Jammu.

Anmol Rathore, a 24-year-old from Doda district, secured the seventh All India Rank in the UPSC exam. She had previously topped the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Service Examination in 2022 and is currently undergoing training at the Revenue Training Institute in Jammu. Rathore mentioned that she prepared for the exams on her own using online resources and believes that the youth in the region have immense potential if guided in the right direction.

Arjun Gupta from Kathua district achieved the 32nd rank in the selection list, while Manan Bhat from Srinagar district secured the 88th rank this year. Bhat had previously qualified for the civil services exam and is currently serving as an IPS officer in the Telangana cadre. Other candidates from Jammu and Kashmir who qualified include Harnit Singh Sudan, Mohammad Haris Mir, Mohammad Farhan Seh, Aparajita Aryan, Ghulam Maya Din, Suvan Sharma, Seerat Baji, and Dinesh Kumar.

According to the UPSC notification, a total of 1,016 candidates passed the Civil Service exam this year, with Aditya Srivastava from Uttar Pradesh emerging as the topper. Anmol Rathore, hailing from Doda district, made her mark by securing the seventh All India Rank and topping the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Service Examination in 2022. Anmol attributed her success to self-preparation and online resources.

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