UPSC Civil Services Exam 2017: Maharashtra tops with Mumbai candidate ranking 650th

The top 100 includes seven people from the state of Maharashtra

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) final results were announced and Girish Badole of Osmanabad district has ranked first in Maharashtra and 20th in India. Likewise, Anu Kumari has ranked first among girls. Also, the top 100 includes seven people from the state.

Meanwhile, Durushetty Anudeep ranked first in the UPSC examination across the country. The results for the total 1058 seats have been announced, and Maharashtra has retained its dominance this year. Premanand Daradee of Mumbai has secured 650th rank in this examination.

The UPSC exam was conducted on October 28, 2017. Around 90 students have passed this examination.


This was my first attempt and I want to work with Indian Forest Service (IFS) which requires good marks. So, next time I will work hard and will give my second attempt,” Pramanand Darade, UPSC passed candidate (650).


Students passed from Maharashtra

  • Girish Badole (20)
  • Digvijay Bodke (54)
  • Suyash Chavhan (56)
  • Bhuvnesh Patil (59)
  • Piyush Salunkhe (63)
  • Rohan Joshi (67)
  • Rahul Shinde (95)
  • Mayur Katvate (96)
  • Vaidehi Khare (99)
  • Vallari Gaikwad (131)
  • Yatish Deshmukh (159)
  • Rohan Ghuge (249)
  • Shrinivas Patil (275)
  • Pratik Patil (366)
  • Vikrant More (430)
  • Tejas Pawar (436)


Top 10 nationwide


  • Durryshetty Anudeep
  • Anu Kumari
  • Sachin Gupta
  • Atul Prakash
  • Pratham Kaushik
  • Koya Shree Harsha
  • Aayush Sinha
  • Anubhav Singh
  • Soumya Sharma
  • Abhishek Surana
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