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UPSC Civil Services 2016 Marks List Released: Check Now!

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The marks list for the recommended candidates into the civil services 2016 has been released by the UPSC. K R Nandini who has topped the exam has got 55.3 per cent marks, revealing the toughness of the exam.

The results of the UPSC civil services 2016 were released last week and 1099 candidates were selected to be commissioned in various services. Candidates can now check the marks list below or in the UPSC official website. To check the results of the UPSC civil services 2016 exam, click here

UPSC Civil Services 2016 Marks List Released

The total marks in the exam is 2025. K R Nandhini has secured 1,120 marks (927 in main and 193 in interview) out of the total of 2,025. She is an officer of Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise). The second and third ranks were secured by Anmol Sher Singh Bedi and Gopalakrishna Ronanki respectively. Bedi scored 1,105 marks and Ronanki got 1,101 marks.

Category wise candidates:

  • Number of candidates registered : 11.36 lakhs
  • Total selected candidates : 1099
  • General category : 500 
  • OBC category : 347 
  • SC : 63 
  • ST : 89

UPSC Civil Services 2016 Marks List

Last year Tina Dabi topped with 1,063 marks (52.49 per cent) in UPSC civil services examination 2015.

"The marks of the successful candidates show the tough standard followed by the commission in selecting the country's bureaucrats," said a senior official in the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), nodal authority for the UPSC.

About UPSC

The Civil Services, also known as the UPSC exam is considered one of the toughest and prestigious competitive exams in India with success rate of just 0.1%. The examination is conducted to recruit officers for three types of services namely, All India Services, Central Services and State Services.

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