UPSC Civil Services Result: What Those Who Have Cleared The Exam Said

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UPSC Civil Services Result: What Those Who Have Cleared The Exam Said

UPSC Civil Services Result: What Those Who Have Cleared The Exam Said

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the Civil Service Examination (CSE) 2023 today, on April 16, 2024. Social media has been flooded with all the candidates who passed the exam expressing their happiness and sharing their experiences behind clearing the tough exam.

Odisha’s Ayushi Pradhan significantly improved her All India Rank from 231 in 2022 to 36 in her third attempt this year. Pradhan thanked her parents for her success and her improved rank in the civil services exam. She began her preparations in 2021 with devoting more time for the difficult subjects. “After choosing my subjects, I took online coaching while staying at home,” she said in an interview with Odisha TV. Sharing her secret behind her hard work, Pradhan revealed that she would study 8-10 hours a day.

Nazia Parveen, a student of RCA from Jamia Millia Islamia, ranked 670. She stated that it was her fourth attempt because she could not qualify her last three attempts. Sharing the lesson of resilience, she said that there was no substitute for hard work and “you should not lose hope. You should learn from your mistakes.”

Miranda House graduate Ananya Reddy from Telangana shared her experience of preparing for two years for the UPSC exams. Expressing her happiness of cracking the exam in her first attempt. “I want to do to service to the people. That spirit of public service that acted as a source of motivation throughout the journey,” she said in an ANI interview.

All India Rank 1 Aditya Srivastava stated that “a journey will cherish lifelong full of gratitude to all those who stood by me throughout.”

Brother of Ujjwal Prakash who qualified for the UPSC exams, Ansh Choudhary tweeted her pride and jubilation on seeing him succeed. “We began our journey together in 2015 and since then we’ve come a long way. Feels like a personal achievement,” tweeted Ansh Choudhary.

Delhi’s Jamia Milia Islamia student Prerna Singh said she was grateful. “It’s a feeling that is still sinking in,” she said.