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Anmol Singh tops Arunachal Pradesh Civil Services exam

Seven other rank holders amongst the top ten are: Niyang Pertin, Pinkey Debnath, Sylvia Koyu, Yangki Jamoh, Hento Riba, Gaurav Panwar and Phobing Gyati.

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Itanagar: Altogether 106 candidates were selected and recommended for appointment to various posts against the 111 vacancies as Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission on Friday declared the final results of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competitive Examination (APPSCCE) 2020, upon completion of the recruitment process.

“On the basis of the performance in the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competitive Examination (APPSCCE) 2020 Mains (written) held on February 6, 7, 13 & 14, 2021, PET & Medical Test on September 27, 28 & 30, 2021 respectively and the Personality Test conducted from October 20 to 22, 2021 by the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC), 106 candidates have been selected and recommended for appointment to the various posts. The list is in order of merit,” APPSC Secretary Dr Jayanta Kumar Ray said.

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Anmol Singh topped the Arunachal Pradesh Civil Services (APCS) exam by securing 1250.25 marks in total, while Goken Koyu and Ama Nungnu stood second and third in the prestigious exam by scoring 1245.05 and 1202 marks in aggregate, respectively.

Seven other rank holders amongst the top ten are: Niyang Pertin, Pinkey Debnath, Sylvia Koyu, Yangki Jamoh, Hento Riba, Gaurav Panwar and Phobing Gyati.

Forty-eight of the total candidates, including one PwD candidate Abraham Modi, were selected for the post of APCS (Entry Grade), 14 for Arunachal Pradesh Police Service (APPS) and the rest for other posts, a senior Commission official said.

Notably, six of the total selected candidates are non-APSTs, even though there were 23 posts for the ‘open to all’ category, he said.

The APPSC Secretary informed that due to non availability of Persons with Disability (PwD) candidates, one post of Assistant Section Officer has been kept vacant and the reserved seat shall be treated as back-log to be carried forward to the next recruiting year.

Moreover, four posts of APPS (Entry Grade) have been kept vacant due to non-availability of qualified candidates, he further informed.

It may be mentioned here that altogether 141 candidates made it to the interview stage (personality test) in the APPSCCE (Mains), the results of which were announced on September 3 last.

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