The UPSC Civil Service Exam 2019 schedule had faced major hurdles with Personality Tests being deferred by 3 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

But the final result of the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 has been declared just after 4 days of the last personality test conducted at  

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A total of 829 candidates have been recommended for appointment to Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service; and Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’.

UPSC has also released the merit list of candidates who have cleared the UPSC CSE 2019 exam. This year, Pradeep Singh has emerged as the topper of UPSC CSE 2019 followed by Jatin Kishore and Pratibha Verma.

UPSC will be releasing the mark-sheet of candidates who have qualified the UPSC Civil Services Exam within 15 days from the date of declaration of results.

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Pradeep Singh is from Haryana’s Sonepat is presently under training as an Indian Revenue Service Officer in Faridabad, Haryana. His father Sukhbir Singh is the former Sarpanch of Tewri village in Sonepat’s Ganaur block. His father served as village Sarpanch twice and grandfather once.

Pradeep said that his father, who is a farmer, inspired him to become an IAS officer and he wants to work for the welfare of the farming community.

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He had studied till class 7th  in a government school at his native Tewri village and later his family had shifted to Sonepat. He did his class 12 from Shambhu Dayal modern school, Sonepat in 2008 and graduation in Engineering from Murthal University, Sonepat in 2012.

Pradeep Singh said that it was very difficult for him to study and do a job at the same time.8“My few friends also helped me in cracking this exam. I have achieved this feat by doing self-study. At one time, I thought to stop preparing for IAS, but my father told me not to lose patience and do hard work. Self-motivation is the best key to achieve any goal. Do not listen to what others are saying, only an individual knows his/her potential”, he added.

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“I had told Pradeep to make constant efforts to become an IAS and do not think about where I will bring money for his study. Today, he made every Haryana resident proud. He told me that UPSC has declared results and when I asked him about his result, he came close to me and said he had topped the exam by hugging me. I want to tell all farmers and laborers that their children have more appetite to become an IAS”, his father added.

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By Nikita Mahoviya

A B.Tech sophomore, pursuing Dual Degree in ECE at NIT Hamirpur. An empathetic person which helped me to evolve as a writer.

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