Did Upsc Gave More Marks In Optional In 2016?

Who got highest marks in UPSC 2016?

2016 IAS topper Nandini K.R. secured 927 marks in the written exam and 193 marks in the personality test a.k.a UPSC interview, which makes it a total of 1120 out of 2025 marks. This gives Nandini 55.3%. Second rank holder Anmol Sher Singh Bedi obtained 1105 marks, i.e., 54.5 %.

Who scored highest in UPSC optional?

Anudeep Durishetty is a B. Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation. Anudeep took Anthropology as his optional subject when he secured Rank 1 in UPSC Civil Services Examination. He secured 318 marks in Anthropology.

Who got highest marks in history optional?

Successful Candidates in CSE- 2021, 2020 and 2019 from Our History Optional Program (1) Shruti Sharma: Rank 1 (2) Karthik Panigrahi: Rank 63 (3) Parth Gupta: Rank 72 (4) Shailja: Rank 83 (5) Lakshay Anand: Rank 101 (6) Tanushree Meena: Rank 120 (7) Dinesh Pratap Singh Rathore: Rank 208 (8)…

What is the last rank in IAS in 2016?

IAS – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IAS was 92. IFS – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IFS was 134. IPS – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IPS was 236. IRS (IT) – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IRS (IT) was 239.

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Who got 1st rank in UPSC 2016?

UPSC Results 2016 was declared on 31st May and Karnataka girl Nandini K.R. bagged the prestigious rank 1 in her fourth attempt at the UPSC CSE. Nandini is an Indian Revenue Service Probationary Officer.

How many attempts Apala Mishra took?

Dr. Apala Mishra was ranked ninth in the UPSC exam after passing it on her third attempt this year. She explained how she set a new record in the UPSC civil services examination by answering almost all of the questions in the 40-minute interview round.

Which optional is easy to score?

Answer: Sociology, Geography, and Public Administration are easy subjects to score. Many candidates have scored more than 400 marks in these optional subjects as per the previous year’s result.

Which optional has maximum overlap with GS?

The syllabus of Geography Optional overlaps with almost 40% of the GS syllabus.

Which optional is the most scoring?

Most of the aspirants choose Geography as their optional subject because it is noticed that it is the highest-scoring option in UPSC and the most popular among the candidates. Last year also there were a lot of toppers with this optional.

Which optional is best for scoring?

Based on the general trend, the subjects which have the potential to help you score about 330 marks in optional exams (with your immense dedication, ofcourse) are Mathematics, Anthropology, Sociology, any Literature, Public Administration and Geography.