By the way, the base general score in the 2014 exam was 713, with the competitor concerned clearing the Mains round with 513 marks and identity test with 200 marks.
Ira Singhal, who finished the savagely focused exam with a general score of 1,082, was the main contender to score over 900 (her stamps being 920) in the Mains examination, with the second rank-holder route behind with a Mains score of 858. Then again, Singhal scored only 162 in the meeting round against the best score of 220 earned by two different competitors.
As may as 33 competitors got a Mains score over 800 marks. The least Mains score was 513 marks. In the identity test cycle, 111 competitors cruised through with more than 200 marks. While the most elevated score was 220, secured by two hopefuls (not in the main 5), the least meeting score was 83.
Among the top scorers, after No.1 rank-holder Singhal, Renu Raj secured a general score of 1,056 (858 in Mains and 198 in the identity test), Nidhi Gupta 1,025 (846 in Mains and 179 in identity test), Vandana Rao 1,019 (832 in Mains and 187 in identity test), and Suharsha Bhagat 1,014 (813 in Mains and 201 in identity test).
An aggregate 1,236 applicants were chosen for arrangement to different common administrations including IAS, IPS and IFS in the Civil Services Exam 2014 outcomes announced by UPSC on July 4. The fruitful applicants incorporated 590 all in all classification, 354 having a place with Other Backward Classes, 194 from Scheduled Castes and 98 from Scheduled Tribes.
The tip top exam was led on August 24, 2014 at 2,137 focuses in 59 urban areas the nation over. Give or take 9.45 lakh applicants had enrolled for the examination and around 4.51 lakh competitors showed up for it.