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The son of a daily wager, who, in his third attempt, secured the 343rd rank.

COIMBATORE: Five students from the region have made it to the civil services this year.The standout performer among them is S Suresh Kumar, the son of a daily wager, who, in his third attempt, secured the 343rd rank. Kumar graduated in BSc plant biology from PSG college of Arts and

Where there is a will: How a tailor’s son cracked the hallowed grounds of IAS .

A poor youngster from the Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh, who overcame massive odds to emerge successful in the all-important Civil Services examinations, has proved that poverty is not an impediment to success. Nirish Rajput (31), son of Virendra Rajput, a tailor, failed the civil service examination three times but

Lineman’s boy is now a star in his village .SHOWKAT AHMAD PARRAY RANK: 256

SHOWKAT AHMAD PARRAY, 25FATHER: LinemanRANK: 256SERVICE LIKELY TO GET: Indian Police Service (IPS)/IRS Showkat Ahmad Parray is no longer called by his actual name in his Vizar village in J&K’s Baramulla district. Residents now refer to their boy as Showkat DC (deputy commissioner). And why wouldn’t they? After all, Parray

Mangesh Kumar (CSE Rank 4)

UPSC Civil Services Examination(CSE) results were announced this week. Around 11 IPS probationer have made it to divine list of successful candidates and would be leaving for LBSNAA Musoorie. We celebrated their success by cutting cake in dining lounge yesterday. For those who could not make it and thus would