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Candidate named 'Rahul Modi' secures 420th rank in UPSC Civil Services Exam
Last Updated : 05 Aug 2020 11:09:09 AM IST
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Guess who has secured the 420th rank in the civil services examination 2019? A candidate named Rahul Modi.

The last time that we heard that name was in the film 'Kya Kehna' where Saif Ali Khan played the role of Rahul Modi, a rich spoiled brat
 
This unique combination of names of the two arch rivals of the Indian politics, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has caught the attention of netizens who posted their comments on the various social media platforms.
 
Rahul Modi, roll number 6312980, secured the 420th position, according to the list of qualified candidates announced by the UPSC on Tuesday. Twitter was abuzz with posts on this name. Some users also shared memes.
 
Read More: ‘Exciting and satisfying career of public service awaits you,’ PM Modi congratulates UPSC CSE qualifiers
 
“Can’t get more bizarre than this - Rank no. 420 - Rahul Modi! Need I say more!” said Ananth Rupanagudi, who describes himself as a railway bureaucrat, on Twitter.
 
Another user Ankit Yadav wrote: “What a coincidence..UPSC civil services 2019 results are out and a Candidate named RAHUL MODI secures 420 rank.”
 
IRS officer Pradeep Singh topped the list of 829 candidates who have qualified for the prestigious civil services, including the IAS, the IPS and the IFS, according to the UPSC.

The top three rank holders -- Singh, Jatin Kishore and Pratibha Verma -- are serving officers. Singh is a resident of Haryana, while Kishore hails from Delhi and Verma from Uttar Pradesh.



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