Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended his wishes and congratulated the UPSC 2020 Toppers. Also, he did share an encouraging message for those UPSC IAS aspirants who were unable to clear the exams this time. Hence, PM Modi took to Twitter on 25th September 2021 to congratulate toppers. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) announced the final UPSC IAS 2020 results on Friday, 24th September 2021.
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The tweet says, “Congratulations to those students who successfully cleared the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Exams. An exciting and satisfying career in public services awaits.” The tweet also added that those who successfully cleared the exams will go on to have key administrative jobs during such an important period of our country’s journey. Hence, this was his gesture of good wishes for the toppers.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tried to cheer up the students who weren’t able to clear the UPSC 2020 civil services exam. Hence, he said that more attempts are waiting for such aspirants. Also, he highlighted that numerous other opportunities are available in India. Thus, he said that India is full of diverse options waiting to be explored. Saying that he extended his best wishes to the aspirants for whatever they decide to do.
His tweet for those aspirants read, “To those young friends who didn’t clear the exams, I would like to say that you all are very talented individuals.”
A total of 761 candidates cleared the exam and made it as the UPSC 2020 Toppers. Shubham Kumar from Bihar secured the first rank followed by Jagrati Awasthi. Also, a total of 10,40,060 applicants had applied.
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