Sweets distributed after clearing UPSC, but reality was shocking

Ramgarh: Divya Pandey, a resident of Ramgarh district of Jharkhand, fell prey to a misunderstanding due to the same name in the results of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Examination. Due to which the student and her family are now facing a lot of embarrassment. In fact, the recently announced UPSC Civil Services results claimed that Divya Pandey, a resident of Rajrappa Colony in the Chittarpur block of the district, had got the All India 323rd rank.    

Friends who appeared for the UPSC exam also told Divya over the phone, "You have secured the 323rd rank in the UPSC. As soon as the news spread, there was a wave of congratulations to Divya. Leaders of several political parties including CMD, Central Coalfields Limited, GM of Rajrappa, and Ramgarh District Commissioner Madhavi Mishra congratulated Divya Pandey.  

CCL officials also felicitated Divya Pandey's father who claimed to have cleared the UPSC exam, as she is a crane operator at CCL. On the other hand, the news of Divya Pandey passing the UPSC made headlines from the electronic media to the print media, while the truth of it turned out to be something else. In fact, Divya Pandey, who has brought 323rd rank in upsc, is not Divya P, but she is Divya P from Tamil Nadu. It was because of this name and surname that the mistake arose. It is being said that Divya Pandey's family members had also tried to check the result on the UPSC portal, but at that time the internet was not working. That's why I trusted my friends. Now, with the result of UPSC result, Divya's family members are on the one hand, where they are frustrated, on the other hand, Divya has also become depressed. Divya's parents said, "We have made a big mistake, due to which we are facing embarrassment in the society today. We apologize for this mistake. The family has apologised to the district administration and Central Coalfields Limited (CCL).

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