•  •  Dark Mode

Your Interests & Preferences

I am a...

law firm lawyer
in-house company lawyer
litigation lawyer
law student
aspiring student
other

Website Look & Feel

 •  •  Dark Mode
Blog Layout

Save preferences
Subscribe for perks & to support LI

██████ snags ██████ counsel ██████ ██████ as ██████ lit, ██████ partner

52 people have already read this article, which will unlock for non-subscribers like you in . So what are you waiting for? Subscribe now!

NLUD’s Vaishali Singh scores 8th in Civil Services 2018 exam, along 12 others (NLUD, NUJS, Nalsar, NLIU, NLS, GNLU)

Tough UPSC civil services exam sees at least 3 NLU grads make it
Tough UPSC civil services exam sees at least 3 NLU grads make it

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the 2018 list of the civil services main examination, with at least 10 national law school graduates seeming to be in the list:

  • Rank 8: Vaishali Singh (NLU Delhi)
  • Rank 33: Manisha Awhale (ILS Pune)
  • Rank 50: Rangashree T K (NLU Delhi)
  • Rank 122: Anviti Chaturvedi (NUJS Kolkata 2014)
  • Rank 139: P Promoth (Nalsar Hyderabad 2015, had also sat last year with 791 rank)
  • Rank 265: Ananya Kumar Singh (NLIU Bhopal 2017)

  • Rank 531: Saloni Sharma (NLU Delhi 2016)

  • Rank 562: Sparsh Gupta (NLSIU Bangalore 2015, currently assistant legal advisor ONGC)
  • Rank 621: Saisha Raj Orke (GNLU Gandhinagar 2017)
  • Rank 639: Akshay Gupta, University School of Law, GGSIPU 2016)
  • Rank 648: Suruchi Singh (NLSIU 2015)
  • Rank 668: Devahuti (Jammu University, interesting story)
  • Rank 737: Atheeth Sajeevan (NLS 2018)

Full list here (PDF, via UPSC)

Last year, three NLU grads had made the top 100, with three from NLU Delhi and one from Nalsar Hyderabad. Another 10 scored ranks in the top 1000.

All credit to the LI commenters who have pointed out the above. Since it’s a long, long list, if you know of any other law grads who have made the cut, please do share in the comments and we’ll update.

Click to show 97 comments
at your own risk
(alt+c)
By reading the comments you agree that they are the (often anonymous) personal views and opinions of readers, which may be biased and unreliable, and for which Legally India therefore has no liability. If you believe a comment is inappropriate, please click 'Report to LI' below the comment and we will review it as soon as practicable.

Latest comments