Anu Kumari, the topper among the female candidates, has graduated with BSc (Hons) in Physics from the Delhi University and has done an MBA (Finance and Marketing) from IMT, Nagpur. He was a smart student, he started studying in a group and training in Delhi and passed the exam past year.
Anu Kumari, the UPSC topper among the female candidates. This was her second attempt at the prestigious competition.
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar also congratulates Anu Kumari on Twitter.
A devoted mother of 4-year-old, Anu Kumari not only fulfilled her household responsibilities but took out 10-12 hours every day for her studies. Besides him, the other toppers have created the history as out of the top five toppers, three belong to Haryana. She resorted to online content for UPSC preparations, she said.
Another Haryana native from Sirsa, 26-year-old Sachin Gupta, secured AIR 3.
"The significant achievement of Anu Kumari has given a befitting reply to such people as have killed their daughters in the womb". Of the candidates recommended for appointment, 476 are from the general category, 275 from OBC, 165 from scheduled caste and 74 from scheduled tribes category. As Hyderabad boy, Anudeep Durishetty has topped the India "A" grade examination. In 2016, Kumari had tried to crack the civil services but she failed to make the cut by just one mark. 13,366 candidates qualified for the Written (Main) Examination held in October - November 2017.
While 13,366 candidates qualified for the Written (Main) Examination which was held in October-November previous year, only 2,568 candidates made it for the Personality Test conducted in February-April 2018.
Sainsbury's, Walmart's Asda eye merger
In April 2016, they announced a £1.4 billion takeover of Argos, which led to better than expected results the following Christmas. The deal would be the largest in the United Kingdom supermarket sector since Morrisons acquired the Safeway business in 2004.