UPSC Civil Service Final Result 2021 – Shruti Sharma is the Topper

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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has published the final results of the Civil Services Exam (CSE) 2021. Shruti Sharma is the all-India topper.

A total of 685 candidates have been recommended by the commission out of 749 vacancies for the appointment to various central government services like IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS etc. The remaining candidates will be appointed from the Consolidated Reserve List. It has to be noted that, all the top three positions have been secured by girl candidates this year.

UPSC Result 2021-22

The rigorous exam cycle (2021-22) to select the best brains in the country for the top bureaucratic positions started with the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam on Oct 10, 2021. Prelims was followed by the UPSC Main Exam conducted in January 2022. Those who qualified for the main exam (written) appeared for the UPSC personality test which was conducted in April-May, 2022.

Toppers of UPSC CSE 2021

AIR  Name of Candidate
1 Shruti Sharma
2 Ankita Agarwal
3 Gamini Singla
4 Aishwarya Verma
5 Utkarsh Dwivedi
6 Yaksh Chaudhary
7 Samyak S Jain
8 Ishita Rathi
9 Preetam Kumar
10 Harkeerat Singh Randhawa

The full rank list (PDF) of UPSC CSE 2021 can be downloaded by clicking the button below.

685 candidates have been recommended as per the following breakup:

  • General – 244
  • EWS – 73
  • OBC – 203
  • SC – 105
  • ST – 60

Total – 685

Total Vacancies: 749

total vacancies upsc cse 2021

Many Students of IAS EXPRESS topped the UPSC Final Rank List!

We are extremely happy to announce that many users of the IAS EXPRESS emerged as UPSC Toppers this year.

We are just cross-checking the names and the final picture will be clear only after some days as it will take time to check the details of each of the programs and enrolled students.

However, below are some of the IAS EXPRESS users who secured a top rank in the prestigious UPSC Rank List on a quick look (we’ve checked only the top 100).

  • Aishwarya Verma – AIR 3
  • Bhavishya- AIR 29
  • Shubham Shukla – AIR 43
  • Divyansh Singh – AIR 49
  • Arpit Gupta – AIR 54
  • Pratibha Dahiya – AIR 55
  • Alfred OV – AIR 57
  • Shraddha Gome – AIR 60
  • Kanika  – AIR 64
  • Pulkit – AIR 65
  • Anendya Raajsshre – AIR 68
  • Charu – AIR 76
  • Surbhi Goyal – AIR 78
  • Shailja – AIR 83
  • Pankaj Yadav – AIR 107

Congratulations to all UPSC toppers! Share your story!

IAS EXPRESS would like to congratulate all those who successfully cleared the Civil Services Exam. Our best wishes as you begin the journey to serve the nation.

We welcome all the toppers to share their story on our platform to inspire future aspirants. Our readers are very eager to know from the toppers their preparation strategies. That would also help us to improve our platform based on your feedback.

UPSC Toppers can share their story, experience, preparation methods, success tips, etc with us. Please feel free to connect with us on contact[at]iasexpress[dot]net highlighting “UPSC Topper” as the subject line; we shall send the model interview questionnaire and details.

Thanks and all the very best in your career and life! Be an asset to the nation!

Those who missed selection this year – read this!

First of all, don’t lose your confidence or self-esteem. The point here is not to lose focus. Very often the only difference between success and failure is one more try.

If you have attempts left for this year, prepare with new vigour.

  1. UPSC CSE (Preliminary) – June 5, 2022
  2. UPSC CSE (Main) – September 16, 2022, onwards

Join IAS EXPRESS’s Mindmap Learning Programme (MLP) to get the extra edge you need now.

Those who don’t have an attempt left, realize that UPSC is not the end of your life. Whatever experience you gained in the UPSC exam process would have changed your way of thinking. You will never live a mediocre life. Your destination is different. Find it and strive for success there.

All the very best!

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