Nitish government had given help of Rs 1 lakh to 24 girls, 2 passed UPSC

Nitish government had given help of Rs 1 lakh to 24 girls, 2 passed UPSC

Two girls have been selected in the 2023 Civil Services Examination of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), who received assistance of Rs 1 lakh from the Civil Services Incentive Scheme of the Bihar Government. Through this scheme started by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, a total of 24 women of Bihar were given fixed financial assistance of Rs 1 lakh each for the preparation of the Civil Services Examination of 2023. Out of these 24, two girls have been selected in the UPSC result. Patna's Deepti Monali has got 184th rank in UPSC and there is a possibility that she will get IAS or IPS service. The second girl is Kriti Kamna from Patna who has got 417th rank. Looking at Kriti's rank, there is a possibility that she may get some service in All India Services. Deepti is a woman from the general category while Kriti is from a backward class.

Civil Services Incentive is a part of Bihar's Chief Minister Nari Shakti Yojana, under which Bihar State Mahila Vikas Nigam of the Social Welfare Department provides financial assistance of Rs 1 lakh each to those women who have qualified through Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) or Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). You have passed the preliminary examination of UPSC and want financial assistance to prepare for the main examination. Girls from general, backward, extremely backward and economically weaker sections are getting the benefit of this scheme launched in 2021. A corporation official said that financial assistance was given to 24 women from across the state for the 2023 Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC, in which there were candidates from all categories. The official said that two of these women have successfully made their place among the final selected candidates in the released UPSC results.

Shivam Kumar of Samastipur will become IAS by getting 19th rank, got IRS last year

Shivam Kumar, resident of Bithan in Samastipur district, has got 19th rank. Shivam got 319th rank in the civil services examination last year and got the Indian Revenue Service (IRS). To become an IAS, Shivam took the UPSC exam for the fourth time in 2023 and this time he has got the best rank, which will fulfill his dream of joining the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). Shivam's father Pradeep Tibriwal has a medicine shop in Bithan. After matriculation from Bithan and Intermediate from Muzaffarpur, Shivam went to Kota and from there reached IIT Kharagpur. B.Tech. After this, he worked in Bajaj for three years. He left his job during Covid and started preparing for UPSC and will now become an IAS.

Aurangabad's Virupaksh Vikram Singh gets 49th rank, sure to get IAS

Virupaksh Vikram Singh from Aurangabad has got 49th rank in UPSC results which makes him sure to get IAS service if that is his first choice. Virupaksha's grandfather Abhay Kumar Singh was a famous lawyer in Patna High Court. Virupaksha's father Vineet Vinayak is a 1995 batch IPS officer and is currently posted as DG in Sikkim. Vineet Vinayak has also worked as Joint Director of CBI in Patna. Virupaksha's mother Priyanka Singh is a mathematics teacher in Delhi Public School (DPS), Delhi. Like Shivam, Virupaksha had also cleared UPSC last time with 392nd rank but he was not satisfied with the railway service he got.

Buxar's Siddhant Kumar will also become IAS, 114th rank in UPSC

Siddhant Kumar of Buxar has got 114th rank and can get IAS as the first choice service. Siddhant's father Shyamanandan Singh runs a hardware shop in Kankarbagh, Patna. After studying from DAV School, Patna, Siddhant took an engineering degree from Kerala. Before passing UPSC, he had passed BPSC and was posted as Assistant Commissioner in the Commercial Tax Department.

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