IIT Delhi’s Anil Basak, whose father sells clothes on a bicycle, secured 45th rank in the UPSC exam; Three from Bihar in top Ten

Anil Basak, an IIT Delhi graduate from the 2018 batch, secured 45th rank in the UPSC Civil Services Examination in his third attempt. His father Binod Basak makes a living by selling clothes on a bicycle. Anil is a native of Kishanganj district of Bihar and is the first graduate in his family. “Please don’t give up until you achieve the goal,” said Anil.

Civil service aspirants from Bihar have made the state very proud as three students made it to the top 10, the results of which were released by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday. Out of 761 qualified candidates, at least 17 students from the state have cleared the coveted exam.

Civil service aspirants from Bihar have made the state very proud as three students made it to the top 10, the results of which were released by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday. Out of 761 qualified candidates, at least 17 students from the state have cleared the coveted exam.

24-year-old Shubham Kumar, a resident of Bihar’s Katihar district, has topped the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Examination, 2020, the results of which were declared on Friday.

Apart from UPSC topper Shubham Kumar from Katihar, Praveen Kumar, who hails from Jamui, has secured 7 ranks. His father Sitaram Barnwal and Veena Devi are in seventh place after the success of their son. Praveen is an alumnus of IIT-Kanpur, who moved to Delhi to prepare for the Civil Services Examination.

Satyam Gandhi of Samastipur secured 10th rank. He was selected for the National Defense Academy in 2017 but could not clear the medical examination. Later, he moved to Delhi to pursue his graduation in Political Science and prepare for the Civil Services Examination.

Nitesh Kumar Jain of Madhepura has secured 22nd rank. After doing B.Com from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, he cleared the Chartered Accountancy examination in the first attempt in 2014. Showing utmost perseverance, Kumar attempted UPSC exam five times to get the desired result. In the first three attempts, he could not clear all the levels of the UPSC exam, while securing 96th rank in 2018.

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