Mother of a 10-year-old son, Rao has completed MCA and works in a Fortune 500 company. “Being an IT professional, I have realised that I can earn money but cannot serve society. This is a reason I prepared for the exam and I am happy that I will able to bring change in society,” said Rao, whose husband is a teacher at a private university in Jaipur.
Manmohan Sharma (27), from a village in Tonk district, bagged the 2nd rank. He was selected in RAS allied services in 2016 batch is currently working in Dausa collectorate.
Three candidates from Jaipur made it to the top 10. They are Shivakshi Khandel who stood third, Varsha Sharma (5th) and Yashwant Meena (6th). Jhunjhunu-based Nikhil Kumar (27) bagged the 4th position. “I completed my CA in 2016 and since then I have been preparing for civil services. I want to contribute to society and will join my service. I will prepare for IAS as well. My parents have been my constant support in this journey and will be thankful to them always,” said Kumar.
Beenu Deval (8th rank) and Nikhil Kumar (4th rank)
Beenu Deval (29), who bagged the 8th rank and hails from Karda village in Jalore district, is the daughter of CMHO Jalore Gajendra Singh Deval. She tasted success in her second attempt. “I graduated in economics and started preparing for RAS. In my first attempt in 2013, I didn’t secure a good score. I completed my post-graduation and again prepared for RAS. I cannot believe that I scored so well. I am happy with my results and will work for betterment of society,” said Beenu. The RPSC also declared the results of Rajasthan State and Subordinate Services Combined Competitive Examination – 2018. The interviews for this exam were concluded on Tuesday evening. The RPSC also declared the merit list of 2014 exam including 52 candidates from TSP category.