Ajay Jain is experiencing IPS training in Moradabad
JAIPUR: Ajay Jain from Sawai Madhopur district bagged the 12th All India Rank (AIR) from the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination the outcomes of that was declared on Tuesday.
It was Ajay’s fifth effort in UPSC and he’d cleared it three times. This past year, he’d rated 141 and is presently undergoing IPS training in Moradabad. In 2018, he had been chosen for allied providers.
Nominees from Rajasthan have played well in UPSC civil services examination this past year.
Three candidates in the country have found a spot at the upper -50. Both would be Pari Bishnoi (AIR 30) and Shishir Gupta (AIR 50).
Pari out of Ajmer, daughter of girl SHO, is hoping to have Rajasthan cadre this season. Her dad was staying in New Delhi leaving his law practice at Ajmer to assist her daughter prepare IAS.
Shishir, who removed the examination in his fourth effort, is among the few candidates that chose math as an optional topic. A chemical engineer in IIT-Bombay, he opted to prepare UPSC to serve the nation.
Others to clear the examination included Sohan Lal Chaudhary (201 AIR), Devyani, a 26-year-old woman from Behrod Alwar (222 AIR), a resident of Nimbahera at Chittorgarh, 29-year old Sufiyan Ahmed (303 AIR) and Ankush Kothari from Udaipur (429 AIR).
Grandson of a former iman (priest) in a mosque, Sufiyan has performed his B.Arch from Aligarh Muslim University and masters from IIT-Kanpur.
He’s one of the first out of his community in Chittorgarh to have deciphered the UPSC.
“Today, it is a time to return to the nation and people by serving them. I know the duty on my shoulders and would aim to reach out to the last person standing in all of my duties,” said Ahmed, whose parents are retired authorities instructors.
Ankush expects to have chosen from the IRS cadre. A BTech grad from IIT-Kanpur, he chose anthropology because his discretionary subject for the primary examination.
Rajasthan has ever given top rankers in UPSC examinations. In 2019, AIR-1 Kanishka Kataria and AIR-2 Akshat Jain were from Rajasthan.