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The Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) Congratulates UPSC Toppers
The Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) congratulated the eight candidates who cracked the latest All India Level Main Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).a
The APCC President Anjan Dutta congratulated them all and wished them luck in their future endeavours. He said in a statement yesterday that the success of these eight students would encourage the new generation of the state’s people. These students have made Assam proud and they will one day bring laurels to the state. In addition, he also expressed gratitude to all the people, including the parents of those who encouraged their wards to take this exam and shaped the mindsets of these youths.
22 students from the Northeast brought pride and glory to the region as they qualified for the Civil Services. The UPSC had declared the results of the Civil Services Examination 2015 on Tuesday.
Out of a total of 1078 qualifying students, 8 were from Assam, 8 from Manipur, 2 from Arunachal Pradesh and one each from Meghalaya, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura.
The qualified candidates’ are-
Assam- Padmanabh Baruah (194), Sagarika Nath (199), Bidisha Kalita (210), Purno Borah (466), Saurabjyoti Bora (577), Jyotirmoy Bailung (786), Niharika Ingti (930) and Mamonee Doley (1,005)
Manipur- Khumanthem Diana Devi (24), S Asker Ali (167), Kritidas Thokchom (540), Haridas Rajkumar (686), Ruveda Salam (764), Kshetrimayum Shivakanta Singh (752), M Thangsuansang Zou (915) and Elvina Lalmuanpuii Leivon (1018)
Arunachal Pradesh- Duyu Kampu (1034) and Chajat Lowang (1039)
Nagaland- Rumbemo T Kithan (698)
Meghalaya- Dukini Kyndiah (1043)
Sikkim- Yangchen Bhutia (956)
Tripura- Sayan Debbarma (992)
Source: Darshana Brahma, City Journalsit, Guwahati, CollegeDekho
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