UPSC CSE 10 Year 10 Toppers List With Name Rank

UPSC CSE 10 Year 10 Toppers List With Name Rank

UPSC Toppers 2021

The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is held by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to select candidates for the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service, and Central Services Groups ‘A’ and ‘B’. 

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UPSC Civil Services 2021

On September 24, the UPSC Final Result 2020 was issued, recommending 761 applicants for employment. It has also made the reserve list and other information public.

Last year, the civil services (preliminary) test 2020 was held on October 4th.

There were a total of 10,40,060 individuals that applied for the exam, with 4,82,770 of them taking it.

There were 10,564 candidates who qualified for the written (main) test, which took place in January 2021.

There were a total of 2,053 individuals that passed the personality test (interview).

There are 25 people with baseline disabilities among the 761 recommended applicants, including seven orthopedically handicapped people, four visually impaired people, ten hearing impaired people, and four people with multiple disabilities.

UPSC Civil Services Topper (2010 to 2020)

Year             Name             Place

2020-  Shubham Kumar-     Bihar 

2019-  Pradeep Singh-         Haryana 

2018-  Kanishka Kataria-     Rajasthan  

2017- Anudeep Durishetty-Telangana  

2016-    Nanini-                      Karnataka  

2015-   Tina Dabi-                  Delhi  

2014-   Ira Singhal-                Delhi  

2013-   Gaurav Agarwal-      Rajasthan  

2012-   Haritha V Kumar-     Kerala  

2011-   Shena Aggarwal-      Haryana  

2010-   S Divyadarshini-       Tamil Nadu 

How Shubham Kumar prepared for UPSC Exams

Shubham Kumar discussed his preparation tactics and the UPSC interview round in an exclusive conversation with Indian Masterminds.

“In the early years, I did some coaching for my preparation,” he explained. Apart from that, I always read novels that broadened my horizons.” “I always focused on my core syllabus, limited my sources, and revised my themes on a regular basis,” Shubham said of his preparation technique. I read current events every day to keep me informed. Simultaneously, I prepared myself by taking a lot of practise tests.”


Shubham avoided using social media. During his preparatory days, he completely avoided it. “As of right now, I don’t have any official accounts.” “However, I now have to be a part of it,” he said.


Shubham had this to say to those inquiring about the types of questions given by the panellists during the viva stage: “My interview round was really great this time. I was mostly questioned about my rustic upbringing. There were a few questions about Afghanistan and current events. While some of the questions were based on my academic and engineering experience, some were not. He added that the panel’s chairman also asked him what his tactics would be if he was appointed as the DM of his region for two years.


IAS candidates who want to pass the IAS exam in their first attempt should keep quiet and make their plans as needed. Being an IAS topper is a once-in-a-lifetime achievement that cannot be attained by merely being anything. In order to pass the IAS exam, candidates must first arrange their preparations according to the exam’s syllabus. To do well on an exam, students must stick to their timetable until the day of the exam. Even if the kids do not achieve on the first try, there is no need to give up; keep trying until you succeed.

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