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UPSC CSE 2020: IAS Tina Dabi's sister Ria Dabi secures AIR 15

IAS officer Tina Dabi expressed her delight on Instagram as her younger sister Ria Dabi secured AIR 15th in the UPSE CSE 2020 exam
UPSC CSE 2020: IAS Tina Dabi's sister Ria Dabi secures AIR 15
UPSC CSE 2020: IAS Tina Dabi's sister Ria Dabi secures AIR 15

New Delhi: Tina Dabi (IAS) on Friday posted her delight with the smiling face of her sister Ria Dabi as the latter secured AIR 15th in the UPSC CSE 2020 exam. Tina had topped the coveted exam in the year 2015. A resident of Delhi, Ria has truly followed her sister’s footsteps. Tina Dabi's success in the UPSC was much celebrated as she was the first Dalit to top the Civil Services examination. "I am delighted to share that my younger sister Ria Dabi has got rank 15 in UPSC 2020 exam," the IAS officer posted on Instagram.

Tina Dabi (IAS) has more than 1.2 million followers on Instagram and has the status of a celebrity IAS officer. Ria and Tina are both alumni of Lady Shri Ram College of Delhi University. IAS Tina Dabi is currently posted in the Rajasthan cadre as the Joint Secretary of Finance (Tax).

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The Union Public Service Commission announced the final result of the Civil Services exam 2020 on Friday. Shubham Kumar, B.Tech in civil engineering from IIT Bombay has topped the list while Jagriti Awasthi, a B. Tech in Electrical Engineering from MANIT, Bhopal is the topper among the women candidates securing overall 2nd rank.

The top 25 candidates in UPSC CSE 2020 comprise 13 men and 12 women. A total of 761 candidates have been recommended for appointment.

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