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[TOPPERS from InsightsIAS] Around 160 Candidates from Various Courses and Initiatives of InsightsIAS Clear UPSC Civil Services Examination – 2019

First of all congratulations to all the toppers whose names have figured in the Final list of successful candidates who appeared in the UPSC civil services exam – 2019.  

Since 2014 InsightsIAS has produced stellar results in UPSC civil services exam. This year around 160 candidates who were part of various courses and initiatives of InsightsIAS have cleared this exam. 

All the names in the following list have been verified to the best of our knowledge and are being published. We are aware that most of the toppers get guidance from different sources and ultimately their success depends on their own hard work. 

However, we also believe that right guidance and push through our initiatives were also instrumental in helping these toppers clear various or all the stages of this exam. 

If anyone’s name or detail is inadvertently wrong, we will change it. Please feel free to message us.  

It’s our belief that one should not claim success of extremely hard working aspirants who succeed in this exam after extreme struggles and tribulations. Therefore we are careful to announce to which courses they had enrolled. We contacted most of them through mails and calls to verify if they had used our courses. 

It’s satisfying that InsightsIAS which was started in 2014 is producing good results year after year. We are hopeful that in CSE-2020 our results will be even better. 

For those who didn’t make it, doors of InsightsIAS is wide open for you. Don’t feel dejected. We are here to support you fully in anyway we can. Please feel free to contact us. You will definitely succeed in next attempts. Don’t give up. 

This is to inform we have updated the toppers list after receiving clarifications from toppers . We have removed those who have clarified of not being part of Insights.

Please free to contact if any error has to be rectified.

PDF– CSE-2019 Toppers from InsightsIAS