Result of UPSC IFS 2023 DECLARED: Ritvika Pandey tops, 147 candidates recommended!

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The UPSC IFS Result 2023 has been officially announced by the Union Public Service Commission. Candidates who appeared for the Indian Forest Service (IFS) examination can now check their results on the UPSC's official website.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has declared the highly anticipated final results for the Indian Forest Service (IFS) Examination 2023. This announcement, based on both the written exam (held from November 26th to December 3rd, 2023) and the Personality Test (conducted from April 22nd to May 1st, 2024), marks the culmination of a rigorous selection process.

The official list, released in order of merit, details the candidates recommended for appointment to prestigious positions within the Indian Forest Service. A hearty congratulations to all the successful candidates! Their remarkable achievement stands as a testament to their unwavering dedication and relentless hard work.

Link for PDF of the UPSC IFoS results 

https://forumias.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/IFoS-Result-2023-PDF.pdf

 

Success and Provisional Status

A total of 147 candidates have been recommended for appointment, with a breakdown of selections across various categories.It's important to note that the candidature of 51 candidates is provisional, subject to further verification.

1) A list with recommendation of total 147 candidates has been released .

2) The candidature of 51 recommended candidates is provisional.

3) RITVIKA PANDEY UPSC IFS Topper Air 1, KALE PRATIKSHA NANASAHEB, SWASTIC YADUVANSHI have respectively secured Ranks 1, 2 and 3 in the exam.

Following is the categorywise sheet distribution among the selected candidates

Category

General

EWS

OBC

SC

ST

TOTAL

Count

43 (including 01 PwBD-3)

20 (including 01 PwBD-3)

51 (including 02 PwBD-2)

22

11 (including 01 PwBD-2)

147#

 

Below given is the list of UPSC IFS 2023 toppers:

Rank

Roll No.

Name

1

0854468

RITVIKA PANDEY

2

3903335

KALE PRATIKSHA NANASAHEB

3

0853188

SWASTIC YADUVANSHI

4

6630295

PANDIT SHIRIN SANJAY

5

0846696

VIDYANSHU SHEKHAR JHA

6

0212019

ROHAN TIWARI

7

0301789

KAVYA Y S

8

1907277

ADARSH G

9

4100422

PANKAJ CHOUDHARY

10

1518913

SHASHANK BHARDWAJ

11

0102958

BAROT MAYUR KRUSHNAKANT

12

1800939

SANA FAYAZ

13

1529728

MEDHA SINHA

14

5202694

ANKAN BOHARA

15

0868744

PRINCE KUMAR SINGH

16

0801836

PRACHI GUPTA

17

0856301

PATOLIYA RAJ BHIKHUBHAI

18

3900058

KRUPA A JAIN

19

0803449

SHUBHAM VATS

20

7303089

RAHULGOWDA R

21

2633769

AMITEJ PANGTEY

22

1033488

POTUPUREDDI BHARGAV

23

1416304

VINEET KUMAR

24

0114406

KALAL NEELAM GOPALLALJI

25

0832156

SAHIL

26

0804866

PRIYA AGGARWAL

27

1212916

JATIN BABU S

28

6306425

GAURAV

29

0415659

AKSHAT PANDEY

30

0401980

HEMANT PRATAP SINGH

31

0307681

CHINNA VISHWANATH BHUSARADDI

32

6800430

JIGYASU AGRAWAL

33

7302147

SOWMYA R A

34

6310945

ABHISHEK SANGWAN

35

6120680

RAJAT KUMAR SINGH

36

0814610

LABDHI JAIN

37

0813325

SINGHAL YASH CHANDRAPRAKASH

38

6314049

HIMANSHU

39

6315792

SWETA

40

0706468

ARNAB SAMANTARAY

41

4119645

NITISH PRATIK

42

0335396

PANDURANG S KAMBALI

43

0802671

PATEL MITULKUMAR ASHWINBHAI

44

1042111

MANNEM AJAY KUMAR

45

0327675

THEJAS N

46

0801904

RAMANDEEP SINGH

47

0817525

YADAV MRUGAJA JALINDAR

48

4900067

PARAKH SARDA

49

0844896

INAMDAR ABHISHEK AJIT

50

7600746

PEDDIREDDY VAASANTHI

 

This announcement signifies the beginning of an exciting journey for these successful candidates. They will undergo comprehensive training programs to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to excel as guardians of India's forests.

About the Indian Forest Service (IFS) Exam

The IFS is one of India's prestigious All India Services, alongside the IAS and IPS.  It's a coveted career path for those passionate about forestry and environmental conservation. The IFS is entrusted with the crucial responsibility of managing and protecting India's vast forest resources, encompassing over 20% of the country's landmass. Their primary mission is to ensure the sustainable management of forests, wildlife conservation, and environmental protection.

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