Shopkeeper’s son clears UPSC exam in Maharashtra

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Latur (Maharashtra). The son of a shopkeeper in a village in Maharashtra has cracked the Civil Providers Examination 2021. Rameshwar Sudhakar Sabbanwad, a resident of Hunderguli village in Udgir tehsil of Latur, has secured 202nd rank within the outcomes declared by the Union Public Service Fee (UPSC) on Monday. Is.

He did his education from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in Latur and graduated in engineering from Pune. In line with Sabbanwad, he cleared the UPSC examination in his second try. Sabbanwad’s father is a shopkeeper and mom is a housewife.

In line with UPSC, a complete of 685 candidates – 508 males and 177 ladies – have certified and been advisable by the fee for appointment to varied central companies.

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