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How many Muslims cleared UPSC?
A total of 685 candidates qualified for the examination. Of them 25 are Muslims.
How many Muslims selected in UPSC 2022?
Out of 685, 25 Muslim candidates get selected for UPSC Civil Services 2021.
How many Muslim become IAS in India?
In 70 years, only 411 Muslims have become IAS officers in India.
Who got highest marks in UPSC till now?
What are the highest marks in UPSC Mains till now? Anudeep Durishetty scored the highest marks in UPSC Mains till now. He scored 950 marks out of 1025 marks.
Who cleared UPSC in 7th attempt?
Mohit Kasniya for making it to the coveted final list of UPSC CSE 2021 with Rank 61. “I kept on failing, but I kept on failing better” says Mr. Mohit Kasniya who cleared the UPSC Civil Services exam in his 7th attempt. Here, he shares the journey of his hard work and perseverance for 7 years.
How many attempts are required for UPSC for minorities?
A general category/EWS category candidate has 6 attempts in the UPSC IAS exam. OBC candidates have 9 attempts; SC/ST candidates have no bar on the number of attempts (they can take the exam until they reach the upper age limit).
Why UPSC seats are decreasing?
Reasons for not increasing the number of vacancies filled via direct recruitment through the UPSC CSE: The present capacity of the LBSNAA is only 180 officers in one batch. Taking in more numbers can impact the quality of officers. The government also does not want to affect the pyramidal structure of civil services.
How many Muslims are in Indian police?
“Against a national population of 14.2%, Muslims in the police force accounted for only about 6.4% of the total police force in the three-year average,” she said.
Who is the first Dalit IAS officer in India?
Mata Prasad is a retired Indian Administrative Service officer. He was one of the first people from the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes to become an IAS officer.
What is religion IAS?
Religion is the science of relation between man and soul. Morality and ethics have their foundation on religion.