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UPSC CSE Result 2021: Once again girls have outshone in the UPSC CSE examination of Union Public Service Commission. UPSC Result 2021 has been released, with which the list of toppers has also come out. Every year lakhs of candidates appear in the Union Public Service Commission exam. Many aspirants fulfill their dream with hard work. The names of girls are also included in the list of these candidates. Every year hundreds of girls pass the UPSC exam and go to the administrative service. Girls are at the fore in the list of toppers in the UPSC exam this year. Three girls have topped the UPSC exam 2021. The success story of these three girls is special. Let us know about the top three female candidates of UPSC CSE Result 2021.
Dominance of women in UPSC exam
Shruti Sharma’s name is included in the first place in the UPSC CSE exam result list conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. The second topper is Ankita Agarwal and the third topper is Gamini Singla. A total of 685 candidates have been selected in the examination, out of which 508 are male and 177 are female. Even though the figure of women is less than that of male candidates, but women have dominated by making a place in the top three.
Shruti Sharma, who got the first rank in UPSC All India Rank, hails from Dhampur, Bijnor. He completed his studies by staying in Delhi. Shruti completed her studies from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. For further studies, Shruti enrolled in Jawaharlal Nehru University. Shruti, who holds a degree from JNU, is preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examination from Jamia Millia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy.
Ankita Agarwal is at the second position in the cotton of Civil Services Examination 2021. Ankita Agarwal has done her graduation in Economics (Hons) from Delhi University. After this, he also did the IAS exam while staying in Delhi. He has prepared for CSE from a coaching located in Rajinder Nagar area of New Delhi. Earlier in the year 2019, Ankita Aggarwal got 236th rank in the Civil Services Examination.