Which University leads in contributing Civil Servants every year?

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Author: DR.N.V. Srinivasa Rao      Post Date: 31 Mar 2023        
There is no particular college which produces the maximum number of civil servants. But the candidates who want to get qualified in the Civil Service examination should get admitted to a reputed college that is having good infrastructure as well as qualified and experienced faculty.

The training for UPSC will start with choosing the best college for their graduation.
The college environment will help you a lot in your preparation for the examinations. A good library, a helpful and well-trained faculty and well-equipped laboratories will make you learn better.

Graduates who are qualified from IITs will have a better chance to get selected for a civil servants. In addition to these IITs, the following are also having a good record.

1. Delhi University: Every year we see many candidates from this college in the list of selected candidates for Civil Services. I understand in the year 2022, of the top 20 candidates, 5 candidates are from this university.

2. JN University, New Delhi: This university is offering many courses useful for these examinations and is also having good research-oriented courses. We will find graduates from this university also in the list of successful candidates for civil services.

In addition to the above, we find candidates from Anna University, Tamilnadu, BHU Varanasi and the University of Allahabad also every year.
Author: Roshan Salim      Post Date: 30 Mar 2023        
There is no one particular university that leads in contributing civil servants every year in India. Civil servants are recruited through various channels, including the Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), which is a central government agency responsible for the recruitment of civil servants.

The UPSC conducts the Civil Services Examination every year, which is open to candidates from all over India who have completed their graduation from a recognized university. The examination is conducted in three stages, including a preliminary exam, a main exam, and a personal interview. Successful candidates are then recruited into various civil services, including the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Forest Service (IFoS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and others.

Candidates who qualify for the civil services are selected based on their performance in the examination and their overall suitability for the position. While some universities may have a higher number of successful candidates in the civil services, the recruitment of civil servants is based on merit and the overall performance of the candidate, rather than their university affiliation.
Author: Drupad Madhavan      Post Date: 10 Apr 2023        
From what I've read about the UPSC - Union Public Service Commission, the national organization that recruits Government officials to top-level positions all over India has no correlation between universities/colleges where the students graduated from. As none of the universities/colleges in India provides specific courses for UPSC exams, I can confidently concur with my introductory statement. In the year 2014, UPSC actually discontinued giving out information on universities that rank depending on their civil servant outputs, which I think was a great move as it not only showed that only students from a particular university/college could accomplish this and encourage students from all backgrounds! Therefore, if you are planning to appear for the UPSC exams, I would suggest you try your best, be confident in yourself and give no thought to any other external factors. All the best!
Author: Athulia Gahanan      Post Date: 31 Mar 2023        
According to my study, the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi, India, consistently contributes the most public workers. JNU is regarded as one of the best institutions in India for preparing students for civil service exams since it routinely produces a large number of government officials. To help students get ready for the civil service tests, the institution provides a variety of courses, including ones for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), and Indian Revenue Service (IRS), among others. Students can take courses in social sciences, political science, international relations, and public policy at the university's specialised Centre for Study of Social Systems (CSSS), which assists them in gaining the abilities and information necessary to pass civil service tests. As a result, JNU is regarded as India's top institution for annually generating public workers.
Author: Abichandh AD      Post Date: 31 Mar 2023        
Recently one of my brothers wrote the Civil Service Examinations and he explained to me that India's Civil Services Examination is administered by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), and students from various universities throughout the nation take part in it each year.

Since success in the Civil Services Examination depends more on an individual's skills, knowledge, and preparation than it does on the institution they attended, no one university can be claimed to contribute the most public servants each year.
Yet, some colleges are known for their high-quality instruction and adept preparation of their students for difficult exams like the Civil Services Examination. The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi University (DU), and the University of Mumbai are a few of India's leading universities for higher learning.
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