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UPSC Civil Services 2022 Result Declared: Here’s how much the top 10 rankers scored

The Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) declared the Civil Services 2022 results on May 23. Continuing the trend, this year again women candidate have secured top three positions in the UPSC CSE final results. This year, Ishita Kishore has secured AIR 1 followed by Garima Lohia at rank 2 and Uma Harathi N at AIR 3.

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AIR 1 Ishita Kishore has secured the highest marks in total (mains + personality test). However, the highest marks in the personality test, which is 210 were secured by three candidates at rank 203, 545 and 598.

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Here’s a stage-wise breakup of marks secured by UPSC Civil Services Top 10 rankers in mains and PT

Name Marks in Mains Marks in Personality Test Total marks
1. Ishita Kishore 901 193 1094
2. Garima Lohia 876 187 1063
3. Uma Harathi M 873 187 1060
4. Smriti Mishra 882 173 1055
5. Mayur Hazarika 861 193 1054
6. Gahna Navya James 861 193 1054
7. Waseem Ahmad Bhat 871 182 1053
8. Aniruddh Yadav 856 195 1051
9. Kanika Goyal 865 180 1045
10. Rahul Srivastava 863 180 1043

The mains result is computed by combining the marks secured by a candidate in four General studies paper, one essay paper and two optional papers. Combining the marks secured in mains and personality test, the final merit list is curated. Ranks are allotted based on the total marks secured at both (mains + PT) stages.

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As per the UPSC release, the candidature of 101 candidates stands provisional. Their roll numbers have been mentioned in the press release. A total fo 178 candidates have been kept in the reserve list. Of these 89 are from general category, 28 in EWS, 52 in OBSm 5 and 4 in SC and ST Respectively

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