Assam Shines in UPSC Civil Service Examination 2012

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Nine candidates from Assam have cleared the coveted UPSC examination, results of which were announced today.


A total of 998 candidates have been recommended for appointment to Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service and Central Services, Group A and Group B. The written examination was conducted in October 2012 and the Personality Test was held in March-April 2013. The result of 92 candidates is provisional and that of three candidates is withheld by UPSC.

According to the list of successful candidates, Umme Fardina Adil secured 319th position, while Satyakam Dutta was ranked 337. Others included Sashank Ojha (353), Ibu Sanjeev Garg (583), Christina Borgohain (615), Bipasa Das (636), Himanga Phukan (691), Ngikya Gohain (719) and Amrit Pritam Chetia (786).


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