>> The Union Public Services Commission on Thursday released the list of candidates to be appointed to four civil services.
>> As many as 1,112 candidates have been recommended for appointment to the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service and Groups A and B of the central services.
>> Gaurav Agrawal has secured the all India first rank in the three-step appointment process.
>> Munish Sharma and Rachit Raj secured second and third places on the list published by the UPSC.
>> The results are based on the scores of the candidates in the written part of the civil services examination conducted in December 2013 and the personality test interviews held between April and June this year.
>> The list includes 517 candidates who appeared from the general stream, 326 OBC candidates, 187 SC candidates and 92 ST candidates.
>> Of the 1,112 candidates, 180 will be selected for to fill vacancies in the IAS, 32 IFS, 150 IPS, 710 to Group A of the central services and 156 to Group B of the central services. The candidature of 40 recommended candidates is provisional and the result of one candidate had been withheld, said a release from the UPSC.
>> The results can be accessed on the UPSC website (click on below link), and the marks are likely to be made available within 15 days, the release added.
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