UPSC Toppers 2021: Shruti Sharma tops Civil Services Final result

The UPSC Result 2021 has been declared today by the Union Public Service Commission. The CSE Final Result is now available on the official website for candidates who appeared in the UPSC CSE interview. The list of candidates selected can be checked online on the official website upsc.gov.in. The UPSC Result PDF is available for download below.

With the release of the UPSC Result 2021, the list of UPSC Toppers 2021 has also been released. This time, Shruti Sharma has clinched the top spot and become the IAS topper 2021. First, all top 4 ranks have gone to women this year. In the UPSC 2020 result, Bihar’s Shubham Kumar secured AIR 1 to become the UPSC topper.

The UPSC Mark Sheet for the candidates will be released on the official website upsc.gov.in soon.

The complete list of UPSC toppers 2021 which contains the names of the various IAS Toppers, IPS, toppers, IFS and more has been made available below

UPSC Toppers 2021

AIR Rank 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
UPSC Civil Services Toppers 2021

The UPSC Civil Services 2021 exams began on October 10, 2021 with the preliminary exam. The Mains exam was conducted on January 7, 8, 9, 15 and 16, 2022. The qualified candidates then appeared for the interview round from April 5 to May 26, 2022.

UPSC Result 2021: How to check

  1. Candidates may visit the official website of Union Public Service Commission – upsc.gov.in.
  2. On the homepage, click on the link that reads, ‘Final Result – Civil Services Examination 2021 to open the result PDF
  3. A new page would open with the PDF file.
  4. Scroll through it to find your name in the list of UPSC selected candidates.
  5. You may also download the PDF if needed.

UPSC Civil Services Result 2021 PDF Download

Candidates can view the complete list of UPSC Civil Services Toppers 2021 here.

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