UPSC exams: 2 from Coimbatore make metropolis proud, one emerges TN topper


VS Narayana Sarma with thirty third All India Rank emerged the state topper, whereas D Ranjith who secured 750th rank was the topper amongst individuals with disabilities.

Two Coimbatore residents made the town proud, clearing the Union Public Service Fee (UPSC) civil companies examination 2020, with the outcomes introduced on Friday, September 24. Twenty-five-year-old VS Narayana Sarma who secured thirty third All India Rank (AIR) cleared the examination in his third try and was the Tamil Nadu topper, whereas 27-year-old D Ranjith, who has a listening to and speech impairment, cleared the examination in his first try and secured 750th rank.

Sarma, a resident of Kanuvai of Coimbatore district, had completed digital and communication engineering from Amrita College. As per a The Hindu report, Sarma says making ready for the exams after having failed twice beforehand was essentially the most difficult half. Sarma opted for a public administration paper as an optionally available topic in his third UPSC try, added The Hindu report.

In the meantime, D Ranjith, additionally from Coimbatore was capable of clear the UPSC examination in his first try with the assistance of his mom and his dedication. Ranjith secured 750 rank and opted Tamil literature as an optionally available paper.

In line with a Instances of India report, Ranjith’s mom Amrithavalli who had performed B.Ed in particular training educated her son and taught him lip studying. This helped him study sooner.

Ranjith who wrote his UPSC examination in Tamil secured high place amongst different individuals with incapacity who appeared for the examination within the state, added TOI report.

Moreover this, 26-year-old Shanmuga Vali of Tenkasi district cleared the UPSC examination in her third try and secured 108th AIR. Shanmuga Vali had accomplished her engineering from Anna College, Guindy.

Priyanga Rangasamy who completed her engineering from Valliammai Engineering Faculty secured 181 AIR. Priyanga, a resident of Guduvanchery, additionally took Tamil literature as an optionally available topic. Priyanga stop her job to organize for UPSC exams.




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