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Girish Dilip Badole: AIR 20, CSE 2017 Topper
Every year UPSC conducts civil services examination for the recruitment of various civil services like Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS), and Indian Revenue Services (IRS) etc. The result of UPSC Civil Services Examination was declared in May. This year result came with some interesting stories of toppers.
Anudeep Durishetty an IRS Officer secured 1st rank & becomes the topper of CSE 2017. 2nd rank is secured by Anu Kumari who started her career after her marriage. Sachin Gupta has secured 3rd rank with his dedication & hard work.
Dilip Badole has secured 20th rank in CSE 217. So let’s begin with her journey.
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Name: Girish Dilip Badole
Age: 28 years
Rank: AIR 20
Year: CSE 2017
Optional Subject: Political Science & International Relations
No. of Attempts: 4
Roll No.: 0686647
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The Motivational Journey
Girish Dilip Badole comes from a small place Osmanabad where his parents work as a farmer. Both of his parents are farmers but they always supported the education of their child. They gave their best to educate their child. He is a son of a farmer & he had seen the poverty of his family that is why he decided to join civil services & does something for the improvement of the society. He always wanted to serve the nation.
He had completed his schooling from Sainik School, Badole. He was a brilliant student at his school days. He was interested in science that is why he opted medical science in his 11th standard. After that, he decided to do MBBS to help the people after becoming a doctor. He had completed his MBBS from J J Hospital & Grant Medical College, Mumbai.
While he was doing his MBBS he was also working part-time to earn money to help his parents. He used to work at Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) to support his education. “I started working at ONGC… even during that period, I attempted UPSC exams. But it was after my second attempt in 2015, when I failed the main exam, that I came to Pune to prepare for the exam full-time” he said.
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He said that “My childhood years at school shaped my outlook towards discipline and service. This matured after I started to work as a doctor in health camps in rural parts of the state. My life and the economic difficulties that my family has faced has taught me a lot, but the exposure to many more such families suffering in poverty pushed me to achieve this goal and give back to the community.”
While he was a good doctor & in spite of that he decided to join civil services regarding this he said “Even being a doctor means service to humanity but I wanted a job where I could contribute towards nation-building, maybe in the fields of health services or education. I am very happy with the results, but my journey was full of struggles. I come from rural Osmanabad, where my family members work as farmers. It is a very big deal for us.”
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No. of Attempts
This was not his first attempt in the CSE. This was his fourth attempt & every attempt made him stronger to achieve his goal. He always had to struggle during his life as he belongs to a poor family. He did not have a lot of facilities which usually grown city candidates have. He had done a lot of hard work to achieve the success.
In his previous attempts, he was not able the clear the civil services examination. He felt very bad after his failures but he never gets disheartened, he worked on his mistakes & did a lot of hard work to clear the exam.
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Regarding his failures, he said “Every single failure in the past three years bolstered my aim to crack the exam. Patience and perseverance through the years helped me succeed. This is just a beginning, the actual work begins now.”
There are many other candidates from Pune who has secured the top 100th ranks. Rohan Joshi secured 67th rank in CSE & he is an engineer. “My father always told me that as an engineer, you should be able to use your analytical skills in a constructive form… I think I will be able to use my skills to develop the infrastructure of the country” Rohan said.
Also another candidate Bhuvanesh Patil has got 59th rank in CSE. He is a resident of Dhula & both of his parents have received the president’s awards. Another candidate from Pune Piyush Salunke has secured 63rd rank in CSE.
Marks of Dilip Badole
He has secured 1083 marks out of 2025 marks. His detailed marks are given below:
G. S. Paper 1: 107
G. S. Paper 2: 125
G. S. Paper 3: 142
OptionalPaper 1: 128
Optional Paper 2: 144
Written Total: 890
Interview/ Personality Test: 193
Total Marks: 1083
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List of 2017 Toppers
- Anudeep Durishetty: AIR 1, CSE 2017
- Anu Kumari: AIR 2, CSE 2017
- Sachin Gupta: AIR 3, CSE 2017
- Atul Prakash: AIR 4, CSE 2017
- Pratham Kaushik: AIR 5, CSE 2017
- Koya Shree Harsha: AIR 6, CSE 2017
- Ayush Sinha: AIR 7, CSE 2017
- Soumya Sharma: AIR 9, CSE 2017
- Abhishek Surana: AIR 10, CSE 2017
- Ashima Jain: AIR 12, CSE 2017
- Neha Jain: AIR 14, CSE 2017
- Shikha Surendran: AIR 16, CSE 2017
- Sangh Priy: AIR 92, CSE 2017
- Mudit Jain: AIR 173, CSE 2017
- Sagar Kumar: AIR 13, CSE 2017
- Abhilasha Abhinav: AIR 18, CSE 2017
- Abhijeet Sinha: AIR 19, CSE 2017
- Girish Dilip Badole: AIR 20, CSE 2017
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