Dr. GVS Pavan Datta, a student from Tirupati, earned a 22nd-place finish in the UPSC civil services test, the results of which were released on Tuesday. In his first attempt and without any guidance, Datta accomplished the feat. Seven contenders in all from the two Telugu states have reached the top 100. After Datta, Maliye Sri Pranav from Guntur, who received the 60th spot, is the next Andhra Pradesh winner.
The 243rd-place finisher was Kasiraju Pavana Sai Sahithya of Visakhapatnam. Bollipalli Vinutna, an Ongole girl, placed 462nd. She previously held a faculty position in an Andhra Loyola College course sponsored by the Lakshmaiah Academy in Vijayawada. The animal husbandry department’s assistant director is her father, Dr. Ravi Ballipalli.
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Challa Kalyani, who was chosen for AP Group-I services and is presently serving a probationary period as an assistant treasury officer, received a rank of 285. Rallpalli Vasanth Kumar, who had a 170th place finish in the civil services exam in 2020, increased his position by 13 spots and now holds 157th place. The older brother of Vasanth, Jagat Sai, achieved the 32nd position in his fifth attempt to win the nation’s highest administrative position (IAS) in the same 2020 exam.
A total of 933 individuals, including about 50 candidates from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, were recommended for positions in IAS, IPS, IFS, and other services. Datta claimed that he began his civil services preparation about two years ago, following the completion of his MBBS at Tirupati’s SV Medical College in 2020.
“I self-prepared for the preliminary and main exams and used a few coaching facilities in Delhi and other locations to conduct mock interviews for the personality test. I’m hoping for an Andhra Pradesh cadre, the 24-year-old doctor stated. Datta, a gifted student since childhood, received a free education from corporate educational institutes up through the intermediate level. He earned a spot in the MBBS programme at Sri Venkateswara Medical College in 2014 by placing 60th in the Andhra Pradesh EAMCET.
He credited his mother Lalitha Kumari, a physical sciences teacher at a public high school in Railway Kodur, for a large portion of his accomplishment. Datta was encouraged to follow his vocation by his father Venkateswaralu, an AO with the LIC in Rajampet. “My mum knows how to push kids towards excellence because she is a teacher. Her advice was quite helpful to me as I was getting ready.
I was motivated by the success tales and inspirational films of the outstanding services provided by various officers across the nation in addition to my enthusiasm for public service. These kept me inspired throughout my preparation process,”