Shruti Sharma UPSC 2022 Topper
UPSC Civil Service Final Outcome: St. Stephen’s Alumni Shruti Sharma tops, thanks to Jamia Coaching Academy
In the UPSC CSE final results, all the female candidates have secured the top position. Ankita Agarwal got AIR 2 and Gamini Singla of Chandigarh got 3 ranks.
In UPSC Civil Service, the final results of 2021 were announced on Monday, Delhi’s Shruti Sharma got an All India Rank (AIR 1). Overwhelmed by his success, Sharma said he was confident of qualifying for the UPSC exams but it was a surprise to be at the top of the merit list.
Sharma wants to serve the country by joining the Indian Administration Service (IAS).
Sharma graduated from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, and joined Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) for post-graduation. He later dropped out of JNU and joined the Delhi School of Economics at the University of Delhi to pursue a postgraduate degree. He prepared for the civil service exam at Jamia Millia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy (RCA). A total of 23 candidates, including the All India Top, have qualified for the Civil Service Examination from Jamia RCA.
When the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) announced the results of the Civil Service Examination 2021 on Monday, Shruti Sharma emerged as the topper after achieving the All India Rank (AIR) of 1, followed by Ankita Agarwal and Gamini Singla from Chandigarh and second and third respectively. In position.
Shruti Sharma UPSC Topper 2022
History student Shruti Sharma is a resident of Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh. He completed his education in Delhi. Sharma is an alumnus of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University. He later joined Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) for his post-graduate studies but dropped out of the Delhi School of Economics (DSE) to pursue his post-graduate degree.
He prepared for the civil service exam at Jamia Millia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy (RCA). A total of 23 candidates, including Shruti Sharma, have passed the civil service examination from Jamia RCA this year.
Overwhelmed by his success, Sharma said he was confident of qualifying for the UPSC exams but came up with a ‘beautiful surprise’ at the top of the merit list. Sharma wants to serve the country by joining the Indian Administration Service (IAS).
Sharma said he used to make his own notes with the help of newspapers while preparing for the civil service. He focused on practice for better presentation and answer writing.
Sharma said she would accept the responsibility that would be given to her through her personal interest in education and women’s empowerment.
Sharma said the UPSE syllabus is too big and tedious, and it needs a proper strategy to crack it. The candidate should not only prepare his own notes but also revise them. Patience is a must for UPSE candidates.
Shruti Sharma’s mother said, “She is very happy with her achievement. It is the result of her (Shruti’s) hard work. She was always busy with her studies. We asked her to take a break. She was less active on social media.”
A total of 685 candidates have been shortlisted for IAS, IPS, IFS and other branches of the Civil Service under the Central Government of India. Of these successful candidates, 244 are from general category, 73 from EWS, 203 from OBC, 105 from SC and 60 from ST. The top four ranks are captured by women candidates.
In the UPSC CSE final results, all the female candidates have secured the top position. Ankita Agarwal got AIR 2 and Gamini Singla from Chandigarh got 3 marks.
Shruti Sharma: AIR1 alumnus of St. Stephen’s and Delhi School of Economics. Shruti Sharma, the top UPSC topper of 2021, is a resident of Bijnor town in Uttar Pradesh. However, he did his studies in New Delhi.
Shruti graduated from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi. He then joined the Delhi School of Economics for post-graduate studies.
She was a graduate history student. He had a master’s degree in sociology.
Hobbies: Reading and watching movies. Shruti likes to read and watch movies when she has time. She thinks of herself as optimistic.
Shruti Sharma UPSC 2021 Topper
Not relying too much on coaching center notes, regularly making my own notes from newspapers and relying on NCERT books, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) chief Shruti Sharma told NDTV in an exclusive interview about her preparation strategy. He had earlier said that his “extremely helpful” parents and friends had helped him on his journey which required a lot of hard work and patience.
Delhi-based Ms Sharma, a former student of St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, said she did not expect such results and it was a pleasant surprise.
“I was in disbelief. I was expecting a positive result but not in the first place,” he said.
Mrs. Sharma is a graduate of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and has been preparing for civil for the last four years and was a student at the Residential Coaching Academy of Jamia Millia Islamia. The RCA is funded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to provide free coaching and accommodation to students in departments such as Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Minorities.
Shruti Sharma, Ankita Agarwal, and Gamini Singla finished first, second and third respectively in the Civil Service Examination 2021, the results of which were announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Monday.
UPSC said that 685 candidates have qualified for the prestigious examination.
The Civil Service Examination is conducted annually by the UPSC in three stages – Preliminary, Principal and Interview – to select officers from the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS).