UPSC has declared UPSC Civil Services final result 2021 on May 30, 2022. in which Utkarsh Dwivedi has secured AIR-5 CSE 2021 He hails from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. This was his third attempt in the UPSC Civil Services Exam.
Utkarsh optional subject in UPSC was PSIR (political science and international relations). he completed his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering.
So let’s know about Utkarsh family background and educational qualification, Marksheet, Booklist and how he topped the UPSC exam.
- Utkarsh Dwivedi is originally from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh but he has been living with his family in Indore, Madhya Pradesh for 12 years.
- Utkarsh father Jagdish Prasad is Senior Area Manager at Parle Product Company Indore Plant.
- His hobbies are reading nonfiction books and writing blogs.
Short Wiki / Biography
|Service preference||IAS, IFS, IPS, IRS|
|Cadre allocation /Posting||Uttar Pradesh|
|Optional Subject||PSIR (political science and international relations)|
|Schooling||Delhi Public school, Indore|
|Graduation / Qualification||B.Tech Mechanical Engineering (vit vellore)|
- Utkarsh completed his school from Delhi Public School Indore
- And did his graduation in Mechanical Engineering from Vellore Institute of Technology.
- His father said that Utkarsh had a dream since childhood to become an IAS officer, because his maternal grandmother had said that he would grow up to become a big officer one day.
- Utkarsh secured 871 marks in Civil Services Mains Exam 2021 while he got 165 marks in interview due to which he got total 1036 marks in final exam.
- This was his third attempt in UPSC in which he got 5th rank.
This year Shruti Sharma got the first rank in the civil services examination, while Ankita Agarwal, Gamini Singla, Aishwarya Verma got the second third and fourth rank respectively.
Marks / Marksheet
Before starting the preparation, prepare yourself because for this exam you need to be prepared both mentally and physically.
There are many sources of study material to prepare for Civil Services which is available both offline and online but you should start with NCERT books. So go through NCERT books for all relevant subjects from class VIII to XII.
UPSC syllabus is the soul of this exam. It is very important for you to know the syllabus once before reading the books. Explain and follow the UPSC Civil Services Exam Syllabus as it helps you to choose relevant material.
The role of current affairs is very important in this exam because the questions asked from current affairs are both direct and indirect, so you should take the help of daily newspapers like The Hindu and Indian Express for current affairs. Because civil service toppers recommend reading these newspapers by doing more
Choose the optional subject wisely because the optional subject in the final exam is of 500 marks, and you should choose such a subject in which you are already interested and you have first knowledge of it. Because optional subject is related to GS paper.
You must go through the previous year question papers because they give us an idea of the difficulty of the questions. And at the same time it will help you to understand which area plays an important role in a particular relationship.
Apart from this, you must give mock tests for preliminary and main examination. Because with this we can analyze ourselves that where we are doing wrong.