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Seven Delhi Police officials excel in UPSC exam

Seven wards of Delhi Police officials have emerged successful in the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)’s civil services examination. Delhi Police Commissioner, Sanjay Arora, congratulated the achievers and expressed his pride in their accomplishments. The successful candidates include Srishti Dabas, Rupal Rana, Manoj Kumar, Rhythm Anand, Buddhi Akhil, Udit Kadian, and Naman Jain.

Commissioner Arora took to social media to extend his felicitations, stating, “Many many congratulations to the children and friends of the Delhi Police family for achieving success in the #UPSC2024 exam.” The news brings joy and pride to the Delhi Police fraternity as these individuals have made significant strides in their careers.

Srishti Dabas secured Rank 6 in the prestigious exam, followed by Rupal Rana at Rank 26, Manoj Kumar at Rank 120, Rhythm Anand at Rank 142, Buddhi Akhil at Rank 321, Udit Kadian at Rank 375, and Naman Jain at Rank 676. These remarkable achievements reflect the dedication and hard work put in by these individuals to reach this milestone in their careers.

The UPSC recently announced the results for the Civil Services Exam 2023, with Aditya Srivastava securing the top position. A total of 180 candidates have been selected for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), 200 for the Indian Police Service (IPC), and 37 for the Indian Foreign Service (IFS). The success of these Delhi Police wards highlights their commitment to public service and their potential to serve the nation in prestigious roles.

The commendable performance of these candidates not only brings honor to their families and the Delhi Police force but also serves as an inspiration for others aspiring to join the civil services. The achievement underscores the importance of hard work, dedication, and perseverance in pursuing one’s goals and making a positive impact on society.

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